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A weekend in honor of our presidents

Third Monday of February. Does it ring a bell? President’s Day is the right answer. LSHS closes its doors Friday, February 17 to Monday, February 20 for a patriotic weekend in honor of all the U.S. presidents past and present that made and will make history in our country. This holiday dates back to 1800, a year after the death of George Washington, the f... Read more »

  • Find a place to focus

    Find a place to focus

    Audrey Kristofferson, Arts and entertainment editor

    February 22, 2017

    Most students accept that studying is a pain and can be incredibly stressful, especially with a lot of noise and distractions.There are so many distractions at home from pets and family, so going somewhere else can be exceptionally helpful. Coffee places are often used for a good atmosphere to study ... READ MORE »»

    Studying hard in the quiet Lake Stevens Starbucks, away from distractions.

  • The walk to the finish line grows shorter

    The walk to the finish line grows shorter

    Sophie Grieser, Editor-in-Chief

    February 22, 2017

    The days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer and the students are growing more and more restless - that’s right, it’s second semester. Reaching the halfway point of the school year is exciting for every grade, but arguably is even better when you’re a senior. However, with the thought... READ MORE »»

    As graduation day is approaching, the urge to rush to Xfinity Arena is very strong. Many seniors are ready to move on with their life, but graduated students advise to savor the last moments of high school. "Just live in the present and enjoy the time you have left as a high schooler," 2016 graduate Adalyn Tibbits suggested. "It will fly by so fast."

  • From sun and hot to rain and cold: Australian exchange students arrive in WA

    From sun and hot to rain and cold: Australian exchange students arrive in WA

    Paolina Colonico, Photographer

    January 25, 2017

    Lake Stevens High School has been in the project of hosting Australian exchange students for 6 years. In January, 23 students and 3 chaperones arrived in our state with the purpose of seeing how life looks like in the US and living the differences between their country and here. Host families’ aims... READ MORE »»

    - In this picture all the Australian exchange students are reunited in front of LSHS for a last goodbye to their host family. They are leaving Lake Stevens to come back in their country.

A weekend in honor of our presidents

A weekend in honor of our presidents

Paolina Colonico, Staff Reporter

Third Monday of February. Does it ring a bell? President’s Day is the right answer. LSHS closes its doors Friday, February 17 to Monday, February 20 for a patriotic weekend in honor of all the U.S. presidents past an...  Read More »

Feb 23 • No Comments

Prom for Life Skills classes

Prom for Life Skills classes

Destiny Otusanya, Staff Reporter

Life Skills Prom just happened last week! What is Life Skills Prom you ask? It’s a party full of a bunch of fun activities that Leadership puts together for all the Life Skills classes. This year’s theme was Science Fiction, and...  Read More »

Feb 23 • No Comments

Find a “mine” for this year’s Valentine

Find a “mine” for this year’s Valentine

Kenzie Heggie, Staff Reporter

Valentine's day is a special day of the year dedicated all for romance, lovebirds, relationships, friendships, dates, candy, kisses and tenderness. This year, Lake Stevens High School is selling Valentine's Grams during all th...  Read More »

Feb 15 • No Comments

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Layer up and shred

Layer up and shred

Makenzie Heggie, Staff Reporter

It’s winter time; the mountains are white and the snow just keeps falling. Snowboarding and skiing are very popular activities for many teens. Many Lake Stevens students have taken many trips up to Stevens Pass this year an...  Read More »

Jan 19 • No Comments

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Find a place to focus

Find a place to focus

Audrey Kristofferson, Arts and entertainment editor

Most students accept that studying is a pain and can be incredibly stressful, especially with a lot of noise and distractions.There are so many distractions at home from pets and family, so going somew...  Read More »

Feb 22 • No Comments

The walk to the finish line grows shorter

The walk to the finish line grows shorter

February 22, 2017

What is Galentine’s day?

February 14, 2017

Faces in the hall

January 25, 2017

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