Snohomish School District

District Announcements

  • High schools announce drama productions

    Our high school drama programs have announced their fall productions. Watch for more information in the coming weeks.

     

    Glacier Peak High School – Tarzan

     

    Snohomish High School – A Christmas Carol

    •  December 1, 2, 9 and 10 at 7 p.m.
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  • Bus drivers needed

    • Do you enjoy working with children?
    • Are you looking for a flexible work schedule where you have summers off and you can enjoy time with your children during their school vacations?
    • Are you interested in working in your community?
    • Are you a stay-at-home parent who wants to supplement your income?
    • Are you too young to retire?
    • Do you like to drive?
    • Do you want a job where you can wear jeans and tennis shoes to work?


    If any one of the above is true, driving a school bus may be just the opportunity you or someone you know is looking for! We offer competitive wages ($20.39-$23.25/hour) and free training for Class B CDL endorsement. The class lasts approximately 3 ½ weeks, and the commercial driver’s license training is free. If you are interested in joining our team, please click here to apply today (listed under Classified - Substitute School Bus Drivers). Call 360-563-3525 with questions.

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District News & Happenings

  • Community forum on human growth and development and sexual health

    This year, we are in the process of an instructional resource adoption for human growth and development (5th-6th grade) and for sexual health (7th-9th grade) with target implementation date of 2018-2019.

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  • Inclement weather information

    Snow, snow, snow... will be here before you know it. Below are some important resources to be familiar with and keep handy in the event of inclement weather. Please note that the district's inclement weather information is also available at www.sno.wednet.edu/weather or on all school websites.

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  • Importance of student attendance

    A child's daily, on-time attendance is important to his/her success in school. Did you know that as early as elementary school, students who miss just two days per month (which amounts to 18 or more days in a school year) are more likely to fall behind and less likely to graduate high school?

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