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Looking Toward the First Day: Sept. 1
Looking Toward the First Day: Sept. 1

Lynden Schools is excited to welcome students back to school for the 2022-23 school year on Sept. 1. Staff is eager to work with students and let each student know … Read More »

LHS AP Calculus Students Delight First Graders
LHS AP Calculus Students Delight First Graders

Lynden High School’s AP Calculus class, taught by Jordan VanderVeen, did something they haven’t done since 2019: delight groups of first-grade students at Bernice Vossbeck Elementary. In a rebirth of … Read More »

LHS Child Development Classes Working with Elementary Students
LHS Child Development Classes Working with Elementary Students

Second-grade students adore having a high school buddy. Tiffany Sahagian’s Child Development 2 classes at Lynden High School have made that a reality for students in Lynden Schools. The high … Read More »

Getting to Know Superintendent David VanderYacht
Getting to Know Superintendent David VanderYacht

For more than 30 years David VanderYacht has devoted himself to the Lynden community through Lynden Schools. As the new superintendent of the district, he now gets to lead the … Read More »

Fisher Food Drive Shows Students Care
Fisher Food Drive Shows Students Care

The generosity of the Fisher Elementary community was on full display during this winter’s Fisher Food Drive to benefit Project Hope. First started during the 2017-2018 school year, the latest … Read More »

Fisher’s Food Drive a Chance to Both Give and Learn

Ever since Fisher Elementary started a food drive to benefit the local Project Hope Food Bank during the 2017-2018 school year, students have had a chance to do plenty more … Read More »

Fisher Students Experience First-Ever ‘Book Tasting’ Event

The Fisher Elementary fifth grade classrooms of Ruby Zamora and Ashley Vario were set up like nothing students had before seen. The coffee-shop-style décor and ambiance played into a brand-new … Read More »

Lynden Testing Site Aims to Keep Students in School

Lynden Schools knows the importance of keeping students in school, so the district has worked under the rules allowed by the state and health departments to create a test-to-stay program … Read More »

Mandy Jessee: New Fisher Principal Energized for Students

Mandy Jessee knew she liked working in education, as she has her entire career, but she didn’t know just how much until she took a year off during a family … Read More »

Facilities and Technology Levy Has Proven Powerful for Student Achievement

Sometimes the behind-the-scenes upgrades can make all the difference and the recently passed Facilities and Technology Levy couldn’t have been a timelier investment in the future of Lynden Schools and … Read More »