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May upcoming events

May 2-5 — Almost, Maine performance - 6:30-7:30 at the Lake Stevens High School Performing Arts Center   May 7-11 — Prom spirit week   May 7 — Spanish/Chemistry/Psychology AP testing   May 8 — History/Physics 1 AP testing   May 9 — English Literature/Physics 2 AP testing   May 10 — US Government an...

  • Loser’s list of okay activities

    Loser’s list of okay activities

    Logan Smith, Arts and entertainment editor

    May 2, 2018

    10.)  Create your own prom Create your own prom, just like in the movies! Except instead of a dance floor, you’ll probably be heading to McDonald’s. There you can eat cheap cuisine and meet the VIP guests! You, and yourself. Don’t bother trying to get a Flurry, as the machine is broken down ...

    Not Going With the Flow: These ten objects represent the ideas in the list. In the world outside, thousands of teenagers are either preparing for prom or preparing for an awesome night in. “I’m going to the movies,” junior Amirah Moodie said. There are many reasons to not go to prom, one being grade. “The fact that I’m only in eleventh grade it would like ruin the experience for when I try to go for senior year. It’s super expensive too,” she said.

    Logan Smith

  • FCCLA wins big at state

    FCCLA wins big at state

    Sylvia Cohen, Staff reporter

    April 11, 2018

    Members of the Lake Stevens FCCLA chapter traveled to Kennewick on March 7 to represent our school at the state level competition. Everyone who participated medaled, and six students earned the gold medal ranking necessary to advance onto nationals this summer in Atlanta, Georgia. Juniors Gabriella ...

    Going for the Gold: From left to right: FCCLA gold medalists, junior Taylor Garcia, senior Emma Hoggatt, sophomores Courtnay Yelm and Harley Kayser, juniors Maleah Plank and Kylea Shepard, pose for a celebratory photo at the state conference in Kennewick, Washington. This group advanced to nationals this summer in Georgia. “[Competing] is really cool. It’s a good experience to have and you gain a lot of leadership experience, a lot of skills that you use when you are an adult. You learn how to communicate a lot,” Plank said.

    Photo courtesy of Kathy Hahn

  • Why is my hamburger a lady?

    Why is my hamburger a lady?

    Sylvia Cohen, Staff reporter

    March 26, 2018

    Seven out of the top ten most spoken languages in the world employ gendered nouns. If you’ve ever taken a foreign language class here at LSHS, you’re already familiar with the concept as all three languages offered for study here at LSHS, French, German and Spanish, are “gendered” languages. T...

    Social and Welcoming. Sra. Arcos and class Tiffany McAllister converse back and forth to help during an in-class activity. Throughout the class, students walked around and spoke with each other by asking questions and then filling out a chart they were assigned. “Today we were learning how to have full-on conversations in Spanish, rather than just asking “how are you” and being done with it.” sophomore Dan Nguyen said.

    Kani White

  • Gender Sexuality Alliance paints faces and raises awareness

    Gender Sexuality Alliance paints faces and raises awareness

    Sylvia Cohen, Staff reporter

    March 12, 2018

      Club officers and sophomores Liv Hagan and Ky Winn work their booth in the cafeteria, talking to students about GSA and offering face painting. Hagan, the club president, is extremely passionate about GSA. She founded the Cavalero chapter of the club, which had 17 members last year, and is tr...

  • Host and Hostee

    Host and Hostee

    Lorin Wells, Opinion editor

    January 22, 2018

    Sometimes from a high school student’s perspective, everything seems very localized. We hear about what goes on in Lake Stevens and occasionally get a snippet of information about something halfway across the country. However, once a year Lake Stevens has the opportunity to bring a different part of t...

    Welcome to class: Three Australian exchange students are brought to the attention of Mr. Flanders' second period class. Madilyn Ridgeway, Reece Ryan and Konnor Furber were given the assignment of telling the American students about their 'lifestyle'. In the back of the classroom, hosts Mitchell Hoffman and Sydney Peterson are chuckling watching their newfound friends struggle under the pressure. "I have students who still are good friends and keep in contact with their Aussie, even three to four years ago,” Choir teacher Heidi Forslund said. “Some have even gone to Australia to visit and stay with their Aussie."

    Lorin Wells

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Loser’s list of okay activities
FCCLA wins big at state

FCCLA wins big at state

April 11, 2018

Why is my hamburger a lady?

Why is my hamburger a lady?

March 26, 2018

Gender Sexuality Alliance paints faces and raises awareness

Gender Sexuality Alliance paints faces and raises awareness

March 12, 2018

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