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 By Dacia Price    Columns    November 5, 2014

Marysville Pilchuck High School is Every School

This past Friday my community was shaken by the news that one of our children had opened fire in a cafeteria filled with other children, wounding, killing and terrifying before taking his own life. It’s a tragedy that is heart-wrenching and gut...

 By Journal Staff    News    January 1, 2014

LSMS encourages artful expression

Her name is Rosie. She's an elephant. She's more than six feet tall and 10 feet wide, and she's giving a voice to students at Lake Stevens Middle School. Students are encouraged to write anonymous...

 By Pam Stevens    Granite Falls    July 2, 2012

Granite Falls Fire helps high school prepare for the worst

After the tragedy at Columbine High School in 1999 where two students went on a shooting rampage and killed 12 students and one teacher, schools around the country have made it a priority to help...

 By Pam Stevens    News    October 11, 2011

Middle level students inspired by Rachel’s Challenge

Parker Jallo and Makenna Hull committing to Rachel’s Challenge at NLMS. Over a three-day time frame last week, Pat Nixon from Rachel’s Challenge presented assemblies of hope and inspiratio...

 By Journal Staff    News    September 6, 2011

Bullying policy adopted by Lake Stevens schools

In accordance with new state law, the Lake Stevens School Board updated its policy regarding harassment, intimidation and bullying at its July 13 meeting. This policy is implemented in conjunction with the district’s Comprehensive Safe Schools...