Spring conference week (March 30-April 3) is almost here. Please contact your student’s school regarding school-specific conference dates and times. Students will not go to school on Thursday, April 2, and Friday, April 3. Wednesday, April 1 is a half-day early release day for elementary students only. In addition, if your child is in ½ day kindergarten, the morning/AM students will attend class on Wednesday, April 1. Please contact your student’s school regarding school-specific conference dates and times.
Spring Break is Monday, April 6 through Friday, April 10. Enjoy your time, and we will see you back on Monday, April 13.
Pottery, renewable energy, astronomy, robotics, aeronautical engineering and painting are just some of the many exciting topics students entering grades 1 through 8 can investigate in through the district’s summer program – the Science and Arts Academy. This year’s program runs July 6 through July 30 at Snohomish High School (1315 Fifth Street in Snohomish). Classes are held Mondays through Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Click here to learn more about the Snohomish School District’s guideline for middle school math placements. Based upon recommendation by The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and the Common Core State Standards, students should not skip any math level. Due to the learning progression at each grade level, content is designed to build upon each succeeding grade developing a strong foundation of mathematical understanding for high school level math.
The Snohomish School District is currently reviewing mathematics instructional materials for grades K-5. The adoption team has carefully screened the proposed instructional materials and has narrowed the materials to - Bridges in Mathematics. We would like to extend an invitation to parents, students and members of the community to preview the materials and have the opportunity to provide input to the adoption team.
Location: Resource and Service Center Training Room (1601 Avenue D in Snohomish)
Date: Monday, April 27, 2015
Time: 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Please contact Jean Carwin at email@example.com or (360) 563-7253 with any questions or comments.
The district's annual Future Chefs Challenge/Kids Can Cook Cooking Contest, sponsored by the Food Services Dept., is back!
District 4th - 6th grade students are invited to submit recipes for their favorite after-school snacks. The recipes, which must be submitted by Wednesday, April 1 do not have to be original. They can be family recipes or from cookbooks, the Internet, etc. Recipe submittal forms are available by clicking here or are at your student's school.
Student finalists will be selected from the submitted recipes and will be invited to prepare their creations at Glacier Peak High School. Families, teachers and principals will be invited to taste these culinary masterpieces at a Friday, May 1 event.
Kindergarten registration for the 2015-2016 school year began on Monday, March 2, at the district's elementary schools. The district's kindergarten program includes a strong emphasis on the development of academic skills. In addition, we provide children with the opportunity to explore, discover and experience the joy of learning. We offer full- and half-day programs.
For more information on kindergarten registration, please contact the elementary school your child will attend. If you do not know which school your child will attend, please call our Transportation Department at (360) 563-3525. For more information on our kindergarten program and registration, please click here.
Our Mission: The Snohomish School District, in its commitment to excellence, places the success of each student at the center of all decisions and actions. Partnerships and strong academic programs ensure competent, responsible, lifelong learners.
The Snohomish School District #201 does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.
Special thanks to Snohomish community member Todd Elvig for providing the photos in the banner above.