Snohomish School District

District Announcements

  • High schools announce drama productions

    Our high school drama programs have announced their spring productions. Learn more below or at theatre.sno.wednet.edu.

     

    Glacier Peak High School – Mary Poppins

     

    Snohomish High School – The Addams Family

    • May 3, 4, 10 and 11 at 7 p.m. and May 4 and 11 at 1 p.m.
    • Directed by Scott Randall
    • Ticket prices and purchase link: Click here to purchase online advance tickets to The Addams Family. Tickets are $13 (plus online service fee) for adults, $10 (plus online service fee) for children 10 and under. At the door, general tickets are $17 for adults, $13 for students with ASB and $10 for youth (under 14 years old).
    • Production posters: Coming soon!
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  • Science & Arts Academy information

    Inspire the mind and heart through the school district’s Science & Arts Academy! Amazing Race: Snohomish Edition! Sweet Sugar Science. Video Animation. World Music. Aeronautical Engineering. Reader's Theater. Floral Design. Babysitting Essentials. These are just some of the many exciting topics students entering grades 1 through 9 may investigate through the district’s summer program. This year’s Science & Arts Academy will run July 8 through July 25 at Snohomish High School (1315 Fifth Street in Snohomish).

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  • A Day in the Life project
    Through our district's "A Day in the Life" project we have virtually opened our doors to our district schools and classrooms. To view these Facebook 2019 “A Day in the Life” photo albums visit www.sno.wednet.edu/dayinthelife. Tell your friends, family and neighbors to check us out... we have lots of great things to share! (Note - You do not need a Facebook account to view the photo albums.) 

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  • Important 2019-2020 registration news

     

     

    • ECEAP Preschool registration - ECEAP Preschool is a free comprehensive pre-kindergarten program for income eligible families with children ages 4- and 5-years-old. Preschool age children in foster care automatically qualify. Families not meeting the income guidelines and 3-year-olds may be considered if space is available. Our program works to help ensure all Washington children enter kindergarten ready to succeed. Please call the ECEAP office at 360-563-4641 for more information and a registration appointment.

     

    • Which school will my child attend - For more school-specific registration information, please contact the school your child will attend. Unsure of which school your child will attend? Use our SchoolSite Locator Service. Enter an address and the list of schools for that particular address will pop up:
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  • Spring parent/teacher conference information

    Please contact your student’s school regarding school-specific conference dates and times during the week of March 25-March 29. Students will not go to school on Thursday, March 28, and Friday, March 290. Wednesday, March 28, is a half-day early release day for elementary students ONLY. Please contact your student’s school regarding school-specific conference dates and times.

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  • Secondary sexual health - An invitation to review draft lessons and provide input

    This school year, the Snohomish School District is in the process of developing secondary sexual health lessons, which will be taught in 7th, 8th, and 9th grade, beginning in the 2019-2020 school year pending school board approval. As part of this process, families and community members are invited to provide feedback on the draft sexual health lessons, which cover the following topics:

     

    7th Grade (about six class periods)

    • Puberty
    • Anatomy and Reproduction
    • HIV/AIDS Prevention
    • Healthy Relationships
    • Decision-Making
    • Washington State Laws

     

    8th Grade (about eight class periods)

    • Puberty
    • Reproductive System
    • HIV/AIDS Prevention
    • Healthy Relationships
    • Decision-Making
    • Washington State Laws

     

    9th Grade (about eight class periods)

    • Anatomy and Reproduction
    • Pregnancy and Childbirth
    • Contraception
    • STD
    • Washington State Law and Consent

     

    Lessons are available for review from March 11 to April 5 (8 a.m.-3 p.m.) or by appointment. The draft lessons are also posted electronically from March 11 to April 5 by clicking here. Please contact Teaching and Learning Services at 360-563-7257 with any questions or concerns.

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  • Safety Corner

    Here in Snohomish, the safety of our students and staff is our highest priority. Every month throughout the school year we will share information with you through a brief Safety Corner article regarding ways we are working to improve safety in our schools and buildings. To learn more about the school district’s safety initiatives and programs, visit www.sno.wednet.edu/safety.

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Snow Days

  • Snow Make Up Days - District Plan

    Due to the February snow storm, we had to cancel school for six days (February 4, February 5, February 6, February 11, February 12 and February 13). State Superintendent Reykdal has provided guidance that permits districts to waive missed days, but this does not allow districts to waive instructional time. The state requires 180 days (can waive) and 1,027 instructional hours (cannot waive). So, if days are waived, instructional minutes must still be made up in the existing calendar.

     

    Below is our district’s plan for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year:

    • There are no changes to the spring parent/teacher conference schedule (March 25-29) or the spring break schedule (April 1-5).
    • There are no changes to graduation ceremonies and events.
    • We have applied for a waiver for three of the six missed days. (Note: We are still required to make up the instructional minutes.)
    • The new last day of school will be Friday, June 21.
    • To make up for the lost instructional minutes, Fridays (April 12 through June 21) will end 50 minutes later than typical Fridays. Please click here for the revised schedule of school dismissal times.
    • The last day of school, Friday, June 21, will end according to the Professional Growth Friday schedule (not the half-day early release schedule).
    • On Fridays (April 12-June 21) school buses will drop off students 50 minutes later than originally scheduled.
    • Middle and high school Friday bell schedules will be adjusted. Please watch for more information about this from our middle and high schools.

     

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your student's school directly. We appreciate your understanding.

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