The Graphic Design 2 class at Steilacoom High design the Spring Newsletter.
By Bettye Craft
United Way of Pierce County held the 2014 Varsity Letter in Community Service celebration at the Puyallup Fairgrounds on Wednesday. SHS students Deelyn Cheng, Faythe Choi, Sarah Denning, Jacqueline Dilley, Niki Hobbs, Katie Howard, Taylan Swift, and Samantha Wiegman were part of the 481 Pierce County students honored for their community service during this school year.
Jamicka Jones, an ambitious & energetic employee of Steilacoom High School represented her school district and community at the annual Washington Association of Educational Office Professionals (WAEOP) Spring Conference & Institute. Close to 100 educational office professionals from around the state came together in Olympia, WA from April 24-26, 2014 for the yearly conference.
As US taxpayers were burning the midnight oil on April 14—and likely April 15 as well, students from Lakes, Steilacoom and Harrison Prep Schools were cracking the books in preparation for the yearly SHSD/CPSD Battle of the Books.
Lakes High School is the winner of the 2014 Clover Park + Steilacoom District Battle of the Books: High School Level. Mann Middle School earned first place in the recent Middle School competition.
STEILACOOM – This past Saturday, March 8, 2014, Steilacoom School District Choral students from Pioneer Middle School and Steilacoom High School competed in the Washington Music Educators Regional Vocal Solo and Ensemble Contest held at Cougar Mountain Middle School.
Navy Seaman Recruit Nicole L. Rogers, daughter of Susan L. Rogers of Lakewood and granddaughter of Sandra R. Moebius of Graham, Wash., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. [Read more...]
By Nancy Covert
Steilacoom High School grad, Dr. Rebecca Black Caro (2004) was honored during the Dec. 28 Halftime Ceremony at the Annual Alumni Basketball Game.
Linda Evanson, representing the Steilacoom Historical Education Foundation (SHEF) presented the honor.
By Nancy Covert
Steilacoom High School’s equivalent of a Bowl Game (hmmm, the Pink Flowers Bowl maybe?) took place at SHS on Dec. 28. The evening’s play got underway following a cool saxophone rendition of the National Anthem by Larry Juhnke, a well-known community musician.
The 30th annual SHS Alumni Basketball Game featured hoopsters from SHS teams during the past three decades, including a few of this past year’s graduates.
Each year the Steilacoom Historical Education Foundation (SHEF) seeks nominations from Steilacoom High School alumni for the SHEF Distinguished Alumnus Award. This award is given to a graduate of Steilacoom High School who is recognized by members of our community for his/her accomplishments and service to others. Ourgoal is to honor those that have given back to the community or achieved something extra ordinary and to give our present students a role model.