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    Are you ready for winter weather?

    Are you ready for winter weather? Updated Limited Transportation bus routes are available on the district website’s Inclement Weather page. Learn more.

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    Kiana Schroeder signs with WWU to play golf

    Lakewood High School senior Kiana Schroeder is going to be a Viking. On November 8, surrounded by family, coaches and friends, Schroeder signed to play golf at Western Washington University. In May, Schroeder set two new school records at the Northwest Conference final regular season match at Skagit Golf & Country Club and in the process claimed her second straight Conference MVP title.

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    6 LHS seniors selected for NW Honor Band

    Congratulations to our six LHS seniors who have been accepted into the 2024 NW Honor Band: Emily on clarinet, Cameron on alto sax, Isaias on bari sax, Wyatt on trumpet, Jeriah on percussion, and Leo on double bass. This is the school's largest representation yet!  The students will practice and perform with some of the best high school musicians in the state at Pacific Lutheran University's Lagerquist Concert Hall in January. LHS Music Director Katy Trapp said, “These are not just great musicians, but excellent students, wonderful people and fantastic representatives of LHS!”

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    Director Boser attends last School Board meeting

    As an alum, School Board Director Leaha Boser had a special connection to the Lakewood community. She saw an opportunity to give back to that community when a Board position opened in 2019, and she decided to apply. During her last meeting on November 1, her fellow board members pointed to her big heart and passion for doing what is best for kids. Board member Dana Krueger said Boser has led positive changes in the district, especially around her passion for making sure kids are fed and increasing school food options at mealtimes. 

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    New 8th grade elective builds on STEM skills

    Students are learning how to think critically and solve problems like an engineer at Lakewood Middle School.  Applied STEM is a new elective class this year for eighth graders.  All sixth graders take Design Tech in the STEM Lab to learn the basics of using the laser cutter and 3D printer. This newest class builds on those skills to give students more hands-on experience with the technology tools and software.

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