The student news site of Lake Stevens High School


The student news site of Lake Stevens High School


The student news site of Lake Stevens High School



Ref. 90: Bill passes on Nov. 3, 2020. Bill was voted on by 2,283,630 Washington state voters. “If students don’t learn about sex from trustworthy adults like teachers and parents - where are they going to find the answers to their questions?” sophomore Alison Powers said.

Referendum 90 will change Sexual Health Education in Washington state

Hailey Cordell and Evan Aldag March 9, 2021

Sexual Health Education is an aspect of the American education system that has been a topic of controversy in recent years and is beginning to make more breakthroughs in expanding its role in students'...

Search results of Capitol Hill on Jan 6th, 2021

Mob overruns US Capitol as US Congress attempts to certify 2020 election

Hailey Cordell, Mikayla Finnerty, and Rachel Howard January 7, 2021

On January 6, 2021 the US Capitol was stormed by a mob of Trump supporters during the counting of the Electoral College votes of the November’s presidential election.  Seven hours before the pro-Trump...

People are suffering in many ways, some that people don’t even see. What about children in abusive homes who aren’t able to leave? What about K-12 grade students who depend on school meals that don’t have easy access to them anymore? What about people who live alone and are struggling to keep themselves busy? What about single parents who now can’t work and are struggling to support their children now and going forward? Many are suffering in many different ways. If there’s one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that we are all ready for this pandemic to subside.

Coronavirus pandemic shakes reality

Selah DeLong, Photographer May 21, 2020

There’s no question the Coronavirus pandemic took the world by surprise. Government officials were pushed to make judgement calls based on something no one had ever gone through. “Stay at Home” orders...

Teddy Bears Galore! This new trend is a fun way the community encourages kids. Any person can join in on the fun too! Just put a teddy bear in your window. On your next walk, see how many you can find in people’s windows! It’s a fun way the community can unite and have fun even in hard times.

Community comes together in midst of national crisis

Selah DeLong, Photographer May 17, 2020

With the “Stay at Home” orders that have been put in place across the nation, we’ve gotten used to a certain type of normalcy that hasn’t been seen before. We’ve gotten used to self-isolation...

12 years in the making

May 7, 2020

The year 2020 was set to be one for the books, people just didn't know what book that was going to be. The year has had a more than rough start with the introduction of COVID-19 and coronavirus. The virus...

A change in routine for coming home.

Life looks different

April 9, 2020

Since LSHS closed on March 13, people have been looking for and discovering ways to stay busy at home, as schools and many businesses are also closed in attempts to flatten the curve of the coronavirus....

College isn’t the only way to go

College isn’t the only way to go

Selah DeLong, Photographer March 27, 2020

College or Career? Now is the time when students are asked what they want to do for the rest of their lives. This question isn’t easy to answer. Part of the reason it instills so much anxiety is that...

Nothing but wins: Lake Stevens High School student Wesley Lawson displays his medal from Washington State DECA Area Competition. Many students from Lake Stevens High School placed in the top five for their given event. “In order to win you have to literally be the best in your event, and you have to put in a lot of work and practice in order to be successful. When on stage and you can see how your hard work has paid off, knowing you are among the best, the feeling is unmatched,” senior Wesley Lawson said.

Lake Stevens gets down to business

Talen Anderson, staff Reporter January 28, 2020

Every school with a DECA program within the country has been preparing for their state’s DECA Area Competition. The same goes for selected schools within Washington state, including Lake Stevens High...

View from the top floor of LSHS’s new building. The brilliant glass windows taking in the sunlight.

Moving to the new building brings perspectives for better studies

Kamila Almaz , Staff Reporter December 6, 2019

Finally, teachers have almost moved and students have spent their first week adjusting and exploring the new study place in East Hall.  According to Lake Stevens School District, construction began...

Action! The play is open and these amazing actors are doing an amazing job in their performances: Claryn Langerveld, Brandon Himple, Austin Kime, Leatha Dunkin, Savannah Anderson, Abbey Barney, Morgan Simpson, Delani Spainhower, Ella Balan, Ryan Van Der Put. “What an amazing musical!” Elise Kyes said.

LSHS Drama Club opens “Godspell”

Makenna Sanders, Photographer November 21, 2019

It’s showtime! The musical has finally opened! And yes, it was as amazing as someone would expect. Seeing different ways of how students show their talent is what makes high school fun and interesting....

Drama Club set to open Godspell

Drama Club set to open Godspell

November 13, 2019

Come see the play! November 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23 at 6:30 Calvary Chapel 9428 4th St. Lake Stevens, WA 98258   Tickets available online and at the door.