District News

  • Lakewood softball places 5th at state

    Cougar softball made it to the semi-finals and finished fifth at state after going 2-2 during the tournament. Read more.

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  • Lakewood FFA travels to state convention

    Lakewood FFA is on the map! The LHS FFA Club re-chartered with National FFA in 2019. The club traveled to the State FFA Convention for the first time since its re-charter in May. Along the way, they stopped to discuss agriculture at Snohomish Valley Agriculture, Snoqualmie Falls, Badger Canyon field and Chukkar Cherries in Prosser. Read more.

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  • Agriscience and STEM Fair at LHS

    When given the flexibility to pursue their passions in the name of science, students at LHS came up with a variety of projects for the Agriscience and STEM Fair after school on May 25. Read more.

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  • Staying active during National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

    May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. Started by the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition in 1983, this advocacy month is aimed at encouraging Americans to adopt healthy lifestyles. Read about how Lakewood students are staying active and healthy. 

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  • Resources for our community following the school violence in Texas

    We are all finding ourselves, once again, grieving the senseless deaths of more students in America’s public schools—this time at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. As more details become public about the shooting, it is important that you have resources for talking with children who may have questions or otherwise need to cope with the news.

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  • Eighth graders explore careers at Sno-Isle Tech

    LMS eighth graders sprayed fire hoses, examined germs on washed hands with a special black-light lotion, hammered nails, and watched high schoolers prepare a fashion show, fix engines and build tiny homes during an April 29 tour at the Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center in Everett. Learn more.

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  • Two students head to state meet for javelin, discus

    Thanks to their performance in the district 2A championships, two Lakewood track and field athletes will compete in the state championships. Read more.

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  • Spirit Week Cougar Parade

    LHS students organized a “Cougar Community” parade on May 13. Younger students enjoyed giving high-fives as the band, cheerleaders and LHS students and staff walked by. The parade ended at the stadium for a pep assembly. Watch the video.

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  • Lakewood Elementary principal named for 2022-23

    Kristin Cortés has been named the new principal of Lakewood Elementary School for the 2022-23 school year. Read more.

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  • New Executive Director of HR and Student Services

    We are pleased to announce that Tim Haines has been named the new Executive Director of Human Resources and Student Services for Lakewood School District. He will begin his position this summer. Read more.

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  • Thank you, Lakewood Transportation

    LWSD Transportation was recognized as a Community Member of the Month by Service Alternatives Region III Children and Family Services. Lakewood School District partners with community organizations such as Service Alternatives to provide transportation to school and other services for students who are experiencing homelessness or other crises.

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  • Sisters lead LHS Girls Golf to become NW Champions

    Kiana Schroeder and her sister Malia Schroeder led the Lakewood girls golf team to become 2022 Northwest Conference Champions! The Lakewood Cougars won their sixth conference match of the season with a score of 486. Read more.

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  • Understanding fentanyl and preventing deaths

    Sadly, overdose deaths in teens have increased nationwide and in our region. Many of these deaths are caused by fentanyl. Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid drug that is 50 to 100 times more powerful than other opioids. Any pill that is not from a medical provider or pharmacy should be considered at risk of containing fentanyl. Learn more about “fentapills” from this video.

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  • Students lend a helping hand during Care Week

    Lakewood High School’s annual Care Week was especially welcome this year, with opportunities to practice relaxing and fun activities. The week focuses on spreading awareness about the importance of mental health with opportunities to learn, teach and practice healthy coping skills during lunch. Family Health and Independent Living students made Italian sodas during class and served them during lunches. Read more.

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  • Dana Krueger appointed to Lakewood Board of Directors

    At the Lakewood School Board meeting on April 20, Superintendent Scott Peacock administered the oath of office to its newest School Board Director, Dana Krueger. “I am really looking forward to serving the Lakewood community in this role. I believe that all kids deserve a safe, inclusive, and high-quality educational experience. I will work hard to ensure Lakewood schools are a place where every student can succeed.” Read more.

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  • Celebrating School Library Month

    After reading Miss Rumphius, a story about a woman who wants to make the world a more beautiful place by planting lupines, librarian Jamie Cooper asked Lakewood Elementary School third graders what they would do to make the world a more beautiful place. After a discussion, students had an opportunity to draw their ideas and to check out and read new library books. April is School Library Month. School libraries help foster a love of reading and learning as students connect to their interests through books.

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  • Students earn Honor Roll recognition

    Each of the seven students in the LHS Comprehensive Skills Program earned honor roll recognition this year. The students earn grades in academics, functional work, skill building and participation. This is the first time that all the students have been included in the honor roll.

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