Parent Support Group
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Catholic Community Services (CCS) wants to continue providing the ability to meet Stanwood/Camano School District needs in healthy ways and would like to invite parents within the community to an open group to discuss the needs of the families. CCS has been providing services for youth and would like to extend services to parents who want to understand Substance Use Disorders, or to meet for a regular Support Group to discuss what they see happening with their students. The goal of this bi-weekly meeting is to provide tools and strategies for parents witnessing similar changes in their families and for CCS to provide families with additional information and resources. Please contact Cheryl Schuman at 360.629.1309 with questions.
Introductory Group Meeting: February 13, 2018
Time: 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location: Lincoln Hill High School
7600 272nd St. SW
Stanwood, WA. 98292
Teen Suicide Prevention Video
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Please take a look at this Teen Suicide Prevention Video. It is authentic and a great reminder for us all.
LHHS Graduation Information
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Lincoln Hill Graduation will take place on June 12, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center on Stanwood High School's main campus. The program starts promptly at 6:30.
Students may borrow caps and gowns on a first come - first served basis. They will, however need to purchase a tassel. Tassels, caps and gowns, and graduation announcements (if you choose to purchase them) are available through Jostens.com. Jostens also has a store in Marysville. They are more than willing to help you out in person!
We will have packets from Jostens in the Lincoln Hill Office soon - so look for those to be coming home with your graduate-to-be.
The deadline for senior photos for the Lincoln Hill High School yearbook is to be announced, but we anticipate that it will be before Winter Break.
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This week, Lincoln Hill High School and Lincoln Academy were selected by WooSah! to receive 20 spinners. These spinners are being placed in the offices of our counselors, nurse and intervention specialist to be used by our students.
The dream of WooSah is to have a WooSah available for any child who needed something to help them soothe, calm or focus. We would like to thank WooSah! for their generosity.
24 Credit Requirement for the Class of 2021
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Next year’s entering freshmen students, the graduating Class of 2021, will be required to have 24 credits in order to graduate. They are also required to create a High School and beyond plan that includes Personalized Pathways. These are related courses that lead to a specific post high school career or educational outcomes chosen by students based on interests. Personalized Pathways may include Career and Technical Education, World Languages or the Arts.
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