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  •  Heart of Lakewood recipients

    Heart of Lakewood recipients demonstrate commitment to students

    On June 20, the Lakewood Board of Directors recognized its 2023-24 Heart of Lakewood recipients. Congratulations to Melanie Irish, Ken Christiansen and Jahna Smith. Read more.

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    Congratulations to the Class of 2024!

    On Friday, June 7, Superintendent Dr. Erin Murphy spoke of the deep bond and commitment shared by the Class of 2024. “Never forget the importance of showing up for one another,” she told the students as she commended them for their collective force for good that they bring into the world. Read more.

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  •  graduates giving high fives to elementary students

    Seniors visit their former teachers and schools

    Lakewood has a special tradition of having graduates visit all the schools to give high-fives to younger students on Commencement Day. Some students make signs for graduates. Seniors enjoy their rock-star treatment and the chance to see former teachers, siblings and younger students. Congratulations, class of 2024!

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    Congratulations, retirees!

    Congratulations, Lakewood retirees!  Jill Clark: LES, CCE & Business Office Nancy Connor: Lakewood High School Cindy Kerlee: Lakewood High School & Lakewood Elementary School Dale Leach: Administration & LES Gail McElhoe: Cougar Creek Elementary & Lakewood High School Teresa Morgan: LES, ECE & CCE Charles “Steve” Rafferty: Lakewood Middle School Shawn Stich: Transportation Linda Underhill: Lakewood Middle School

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  •  Mr. Fellows and Kaitlyn at graduation

    LHS teacher is Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction

    Lakewood High School science teacher Mike Fellows was awarded the Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction by the National Society of High School Scholars. The honor is presented to teachers based on their dedication to teaching and learning and the difference that they are making as a role model, source of inspiration, and leadership in their profession. Fellows was nominated for this honor by senior Kaitlyn Grant, who is a member of the National Society of High School Scholars.

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    FFA students raise chickens for livestock show

    Lakewood FFA brought home 14 blue ribbons, 2 red ribbons, and 3 Class Champion ribbons at the Puget Sound Junior Livestock Show at the Skagit County Fairgrounds.

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    Pottery students bring elementary drawings to clay

    If you can dream it, these advanced pottery students can make it! Second graders at Lakewood Elementary let their imaginations run wild, designing fantastical creatures. LHS students brought these 2D drawings to life as 3D clay sculptures, and the LES students had the joy of painting them alongside their high school buddies.

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    Sixth graders visit Camp Casey

    During the sixth-grade outdoor education trip to Camp Casey, sixth graders had a chance to tour the Search & Rescue helicopter from NAS Whidbey Island. The helicopter landed on the parade field and students were able to walk through, sit in the seats and talk with members of the air crew about how they keep our greater community safe.

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  • LHS Awards Night recipients

    Congratulations to these Lakewood High School seniors, who were recognized during Senior Awards Night on June 4. Students were awarded a total of $54,975 in scholarships.  

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  •  Sun Meals

    Free summer meals for kids

    Join us for free summer meals! From June 24-July 31, free breakfast and lunch will be available in the cafeteria at Lakewood High School, Monday through Thursday. No meals will be served on July 4. Breakfast will be available from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Lunch will be available 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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