Voters in 2016 approved a $116 million bond for the Lake Stevens High School overhaul and a new elementary and preschool. Students are expected to move into the first phase of the remodel this winter. (Lake Stevens School District)

Voters in 2016 approved a $116 million bond for the Lake Stevens High School overhaul and a new elementary and preschool. Students are expected to move into the first phase of the remodel this winter. (Lake Stevens School District)

Editorial: Reelect Lund to Lake Stevens School Board

Paul Lund, nearly 10 years on the board, continues to show enthusiasm for meeting students’ needs.

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