Kudos to our Lancers
We have a lot of succesful students and staff here. This is to recognize their achievements.
- Congragulations to the Lakes Chiors for their outstanding performance On May 4.The Royal Blues Women’s Choir received II (Excellent) ratings from all judges. The Concert Choir and Studio Chamber Choir received I (Superior) ratings from all judges. Adjudicator Peggy Burrough gave the Studio Chamber Choir a perfect score of 100. These two choirs both received standing ovations from the audience and the JUDGES!
- Mykayla Runckel has been accepted into the WISH: Women in STEM High School Aerospace Scholars program. NASA and JSC are the sponsors for this program. Only 40 high school juniors are accepted from applicants across the country. Here’s a link to the informational website: http://www.wish.aerospacescholars.org/
- On Monday, November 26th Lakes held their annual Daffodil Princess Selection. To be eligible a candidate must be a Senior Girl with a cumulative GPA of 3.40 or above, and involved in both school and community service. This year all five candidates gave a wonderful speech incorporating the 2013 Daffodil Festival Theme of “The Magic of Music”. At the end of the evening Helena Laubach was named the 2013 Lakes High School Daffodil Princess, and will compete along with 23 other princesses from Pierce County Schools to be the Queen of the Daffodil Festival. Each area school’s princess will receive a generous college scholarship. The Queen receives a larger scholarship, and reigns over the 2013 Daffodil Parade in April. Congratulations Helena.
Jamar Williams,Marcquis Harris,JerimielMendoza,Dylan Ward
Amanda Gill,Carissa Hoff, Renee Taylor,Helena Laubach, Hannah Ott
Lakes High School has been named a School of Distinction. Statewide, 97 schools are being recognized as Schools of Distinction. Based on reading and math test scores during a five-year period, the schools were chosen by several state education groups, including the Washington principals, administrators and educational service district associations and the Center for Educational Effectiveness. The center offers consulting and research work that helps schools improve student achievement.The Schools of Distinction represent the top 5 percent of improving schools in the state,
- Clover Park School District is 1 of 21 school districts in the entire Pacific Northwest (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington) on the Advanced Placement Honor Roll this year and the ONLY ONE in that region that has over 30% Africian-American, American Indian and Hispanic students and over 30% free and reduced students. This is our third year in a row.
Lakes knowledge bowl, led by captains Spencer Holmes, Renee Taylor, and Sam Shultis defeated the Washington High School Patriots yesterday. Way to KNOW team!
- Girls Swimming, Boys Water Polo, and Boys Cross Country for qualifying for state competition.