The Lake Stevens School District Board of Directors unanimously approved new elementary boundaries at its Feb. 8 meeting. The new boundaries will go into effect at the start of the 2017-18 school year. Families who are impacted by the boundary changes will receive more detailed information later this spring.
Lake Stevens School District is home to more than 8,600 students and nearly 1,000 staff members who come from many different countries and speak 28 different languages. We are committed to providing a safe and supportive learning environment for everyone in our district.
Two days after being sworn in for a second term, Gov. Jay Inslee visited Lake Stevens School District’s Cavelero Mid High School to learn more about the district’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math programs and the district’s professional learning options for staff.
Lake Stevens School District voters generously approved a $116 million bond measure in February 2016 with an estimated tax rate increase of $1.21 per $1,000 of assessed value. LSSD recently sold its first series of bonds and locked in a favorable interest rate, with an estimated increase of $1.02 per assessed value.