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Don’t let community service sit on the back burner

Don’t let community service sit on the back burner

Rose Blume, Sports Editor March 14, 2016

With the school year coming to a close, community service hours have a way of creeping up on students.  Few have thought about this major requirement for the end of the year even though it is one of the...

ASB elections to save time and paper

ASB elections to save time and paper

Noel Gasca, Editor-in-Chief March 14, 2016

In a push to further utilize the LSHS Connect App, students will use the app in determining who will fill next year’s ASB executive positions. Prior to to this year, students went to the gym to watch...

$116 million bond enacted for Lake Stevens Schools

$116 million bond enacted for Lake Stevens Schools

Rose Blume, Sports Editor February 22, 2016

On February 11, the voters of Lake Stevens made the appropriate vote to approve the proposed $116 million Lake Stevens School District Bond which will enable the construction of the P-5 campus, remodels...

A message from Officer Carter

Officer Carter February 22, 2016

Over the last several months, numerous electronic items have been found on campus and turned in to the office. If you have lost something electronic and believe it was while here at school, stop by the...

The date for this years TOLO gets moved back on the calendar a week. Although no theme has been officially announced yet, the sophomore senate has a general idea of what they envision for the dance. “It is revolved around a movie theme and it’s kinda like movie duos in a way...it’s really flexible we are still kind of talking about it,” Pena said.

TOLO makes its return to Lake Stevens High School

Rose Blume, Sports Editor January 15, 2016

The new year started with a bang, and TOLO has returned to Lake Stevens High School. Changes have been and will be made to ensure the best turn out. TOLO moved from the original date, February 19 to...

The drama department advertises the upcoming cabaret night with flyers around campus. After the departments success with Hairspray, a group of seniors pitched the idea of a student led performance. “Its been amazing to work with these actors and see things fall into place as their scenes and songs come together! There are some really awesome numbers in this show,” Balbirona said.

Get ready to be inspired this Friday night when attending this special, one night only cabaret

Brittney Wood, Staff Reporter January 14, 2016

Come support the Lake Stevens High School Drama program this Friday and attend their student-led cabaret night. It starts at 6:30 with a five dollar suggested donation for admission. “A cabaret...

Lake Stevens lights up bright this holiday season

Shaylee Wolf, News Editor December 18, 2015

Lake Stevens is erupting with light in celebration of the holidays. Many houses have hung up Christmas lights and decorated their yards but which ones look the best? On 122 Court Street NE there is...

School Board releases options to fix student population size

Savannah Pratt, Guest Writer November 12, 2015

The Lake Stevens School district is growing significantly, which is why the school board has released options to accommodate the new student population size.“With each passing year our facility needs...

The Staples storefront sits fairly empty as their closing date approaches. Lake Stevens students haven’t been very upset over Staples leaving but are hopeful for a newer and more youth-oriented store to to replace it. “Something we don’t have that we could use. Not another Starbucks because we already have three of those. Just something useful,” said sophomore Logan Philpott.

Staples will close mid-November

Shaylee Wolf, News editor November 10, 2015

Although Lake Stevens has added several businesses like Petco and Dairy Queen, Staples is due to close soon.Though many students aren’t affected by the loss of Staples, the business closing could be...

The American flag waves in the breeze as Lake Stevens High School prepares for Veterans Day. Veterans have made a variety of sacrifices for our nation, and those who live in the community or are important to the LSHS community will be honored in a school assembly on November 10.  “Serving my country was the boost I needed in my life to give me purpose and direction. Service is important so that one can understand the plight of others when feeling pity for self,” said Davis.

Don’t forget to thank a veteran

Bailey Hall, Opinion Editor November 6, 2015

November 11, 2015 will mark the sixty-first day in American history which is solely designated to honor and remember all who have served in the US Armed Forces. The celebration and dedication to US veterans...

Say scream: Seniors Trysten Perales and Austin Strawder pose for this years DECA photobooth with prop hats. Both boys selected from an array of mask and Halloween themed props for their picture in the blood spattered booth that were delivered to them this past Friday. “It was a very good set-up, very well done. I liked all the props,” Strawder said “It’s very good, [the photobooth] unites people.”

Frightful fun through a lens

Bailey Hall, Opinion Editor November 2, 2015

Returning for the second year, the DECA sponsored a Halloween themed photo booth in the Cove at LSHS. The photo booth has been a success. In hopes of providing the LSHS student body with an easily accessible...

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