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Valhalla

The student news site of Lake Stevens High School

Valhalla

The student news site of Lake Stevens High School

Valhalla

All content by Jake Kirkland
Express yourself! Junior Mikayla Finnerty’s unique way of expressing herself is basing her outfits on the jewelry she wears. Finnerty found this expression when her mom bought her a gold ring last year. “My style changes every day, and I try to step out of my comfort zone as much as I can, but I will always have my jewelry on. If I don’t have my rings, I’m not ready for the day. It helps as a confidence booster when I get up and get ready and have my outfit picked out with my rings to accent it.”

More than just the drip

People use a variety of ways to express themselves
March 11, 2020
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Favorite part of thanksgiving

Favorite part of thanksgiving

What is important about thanksgiving for LSHS students.
December 4, 2019
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Perfect swish: Amila Wilcox working hard in warmups and getting ready for girls basketball tryouts.

Intro to girls basketball

Girls this season participate and get active for basketball
December 3, 2019
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The cheerleaders are brightening up the class of 2022

Are traditions worth keeping at Lake Stevens High School?

Students recognize the traditions at the high school.
October 29, 2019
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Ready for customers: The Cove, staffed by students Katherine Skelly, Madi Boyles, Hope Barcus,   Kaeden Regello, Laura Constantine, Alyssa Coates, Tayden Irelan, Kimberlyn Blume, Nika Perez, Heather Moss, Steven Garett, Trenton Gerry, Hannah Gibson, Hunter Patchett, Riley Thompsen, Caden Jackson, Hunter OConner, Micah Close, Isaac Aylor, Jeremy Ross, Carson Schoenwald, Riley Pollardo and Mattias Lewis, is now open for business. They have been preparing their list of products up until now to sell what the students want. “These three years I’ve been at the cove I have learned so much and enjoyed working at the cove” said Aleski Struthers.

Cove deals and opening for the 2019-2020 year.

Market managing students are prepping for the school season.
October 24, 2019
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