North Lake Middle School Weekly Newsletter
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ WELCOME BACK ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
School starts on March 22nd. We are excited to have you back! The link below contains important information to read prior to Monday morning.
* * * DAILY HEALTH ATTESTATION PROCEDURES * * *
When students return to on-campus learning on March 22nd, our health attestation form will be accessible only through Skyward. The attestation will need to be completed prior to students arriving on campus and can be completed by logging into your family access account on your computer or by using the Skyward app on your phone. Please watch the following videos for information that is applicable to your child/family. The daily attestation can be completed by either the student or guardian and must be done each day.
Adding the Skyward Mobile App to your phone: Click Here
STUDENT: Submitting the Daily Health Attestation with the Skyward Mobile App: Click Here
STUDENT: Submitting the Daily Health Attestation with Skyward Family Access desktop Application: Click Here
PARENT: Accessing Skyward Family Access Desktop Application: Click Here
PARENT: Submitting the Daily Health Attestation with Skyward Family Access Desktop Application: Click Here
You can also visit the LSSD Webpage for written step-by-step directions for submitting the attestation via Skyward
Click on the link above to use e-link to log in and access your student(s) bus information
* * IMPORTANT CHROMEBOOK INFORMATION * *
All hybrid students must bring their Chromebooks fully charged on Monday for classes.
We are currently checking out Chromebooks to students who have not previously had a Chromebook checked out to them. These Chromebooks (and a cord) will be in first period classes when students arrive on Monday. Students should review their password to their student chrome account to make it easy to sign into their Chromebook at school. Additional support will be available in the Bulldog library as needed.
* * * * * *STUDENT SURVEY FROM OSPI* * * * * *
Lake Stevens School District is participating in a student survey sponsored by the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). The survey will be given to students in grades 6 to 12 throughout the state.
The survey includes questions related to physical and mental health, thoughts and feelings pertaining to school during the pandemic; adult and peer support; attitudes towards and use of alcohol, marijuana, other drugs and COVID-19 precautions.
Survey results are used by teachers, school leaders, parents, community partners and policy leaders to help understand how to meet the needs of the youth in the state.
Participation in the survey is voluntary and students’ answers are anonymous.
If you decide to participate in the survey, click on the link below. If you prefer to opt-out, just ignore this section of the newsletter.