Valhalla

Audrey Kristofferson

Audrey Kristofferson, Online editor

  Senior and Features Editor Audrey Kristofferson is in her second year working on the Valhalla! She joined journalism to see how her writing will develop over the year. Kristofferson is very passionate about her writing and cannot wait to contribute to the Senior Issue! She is also excited to write about her fellow seniors, developing throughout the year. She wants to be able to connect more with her class, and be more involved. Kristofferson has a very busy work schedule working every week day. She works for Mountain View Orthodontic lab, molding and building retainers. She loves working with her boss; everyday she gets “greeted by 2 wagging tails” Kristofferson said. She is most passionate about animals. After high school she plans to go to Washington State University on their Pullman campus and major in their Veterinarian Program. She chose Washington State University because they have the best program in the state! She hopes to further her education and get her full veterinary degree, work at a clinic, and help save and keep animals healthy. Her love for animals doesn't just stay in the education and work space. Kristofferson has many animals at home as well; throughout her life she's had fish, hamsters, rats, etc. she loves how they all have “their own little personality” Kristofferson said. She currently has a hamster named Poppy, a blue heeler named Sydney, and two cats named Charlotte and Olivia. She’s excited to start the year with a bang and produce many articles for the Valhalla!

 

Photo credits: Heidi LaPerle

All content by Audrey Kristofferson
May sports calendar

May sports calendar

April 30, 2018
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Hook, line, but no sinker: Senior Ryder Kavanaugh makes a fast break past Kamiak defense in attempt to score a basket. Though the boys played well, the Vikings lost 59-38 in their second match of the season against the Knights.

The journey to the postseason

LSHS sports teams fight to qualify
January 22, 2018
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Upcoming events

Upcoming events

January 9, 2018
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Feeding the community

Feeding the community

LSHS comes together to collect food for our local food bank
November 28, 2017
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 The 2017-2018 cheering to the crowd at a home football game. Lee joined the cheerleading team at the end of her junior year, becoming more involved with the school. “High school is fun, enjoy it,” Lee said.

A look back from upperclassmen

Upperclassmen discuss what they wish they had known sophomore year
October 25, 2017
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Senior Kayla Perkins and junior Brenda Hoist practice their routine for the Homecoming Assembly to be held on October 20, 2017. All dance routines have been choreographed by students, the last two were choreographed by senior Makenzie Heggie. “We are all pretty confident about the new dance routine and excited to perform at the assembly,” says Olivia Quattrin.

The dance team makes a breathtaking return

After 7 years LSHS has a dance team once again
October 16, 2017
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Goalie Jameson Smith catches ball before Kamiak is able to score.

LSHS continues to excel at spring sports

A quick update on LSHS sports
April 18, 2017
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The trash and recycle set up, which is placed in the cafeteria of the high school. The importance of recycling was and is increasing and so is the need to respect the environment and take care of the place we live in just using the right bin.“Recycling is important. I think that today we aren’t as educated as we should be at this point. We know the basics but typically when we are faced with a recycling bin or garbage can we just choose the garbage instead of trying to figure out what goes and where. It’s important to not actually treat the place we live in like trash,” senior Alexia Lachapelle said.

Ignorance is not bliss when it comes to recycling

The scoop on what recycling does for our planet.
April 12, 2017
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Junior Jake Burleigh is doing his homework in the Student Center during his fourth period. Burleigh does not agree with the changes of teachers with the start of the new semester, he considers it hurtful. “Changing teachers is very stressful, and it is not a good way to learn and improve new knowledge,” Burleigh said.

Semesters change and so do teachers

Are teacher changes detrimental to learning?
March 1, 2017
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Studying hard in the quiet Lake Stevens Starbucks, away from distractions.

Find a place to focus

Take advantage of the blank slate of second semester with a new and quiet study spot
February 22, 2017
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Mariyaa Litovchenko gets an early start in College. Running Start is a great opportunity and allows students to experience College education earlier.

Students scurry for end of semester scores

Running start and Sno-Isle students on finals between both schools
January 19, 2017
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The end of a hard fought season

A look on the season ending football loss
December 20, 2016
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Out with the old, in with the new

New sophomores on the high school campus
December 20, 2016
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A free for all

A free for all

A new parking system is introduced at LSHS
October 19, 2016
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