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Measles information and resources
As you may have heard/read in recent media, there has been a confirmed case of measles in Snohomish County (the case was not in the Snohomish School District). While there has not been a case at any of our schools, we urge you to check with your medical provider to make sure you and your family are up to date on your vaccinations. You can also check your immunizations online at Wa.MyIR.net.
Measles is a highly contagious disease that can have serious health consequences, especially for young people and adults. Almost everyone who has not had the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine (MMR) shot will get measles if they are exposed to the measles virus. Measles spreads through coughing or sneezing and the virus can survive in a room for up to two hours after an infected person leaves. Below is some information/resources regarding measles that you may find helpful:
High school physics and biology materials adoption – community review
This school year, the Snohomish School District is in the process of evaluating biology and physics curriculum, which will be taught in high school, beginning in the 2019-2020 school year pending school board approval. As part of this process, families and community members are invited to provide feeddback on the proposed textbooks. The proposed textbooks are available for review at the Resource and Service Center from May 20 to June 3 (8 a.m.-3 p.m.) or by appointment. The textbooks are also posted electronically by following the instructions below. Please contact Teaching and Learning Services at 360-563-7257 with any questions or concerns.
How to access Physics of the Universe:
How to access Miller & Levine Biology:
Sports physical opportunity for 7th through 12th graders
Sports physicals are being offered from 4-7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5, at Glacier Peak High School for incoming 7th-12th grade Snohomish School District athletes for the 2019-2020 school year. The cost is $25/person. Participants should pay at the time of physical with cash or check. To make an appointment stop by the Snohomish High School or Glacier Peak High School athletic training rooms, email or call. A limited number of appointments are available. Students attending Centennial Middle School or Snohomish High School should contact Sara Larson at email@example.com or 360-563-4087. Students attending Valley View Middle School or Glacier Peak High School can contact Megan Smart at firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave a message with student name, phone number, and desired time of appointment.
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).
District 4th-6th grade students prepared their favorite after-school snacks as part of the annual Kids in the Kitchen/Junior Chef Competition, sponsored by the district’s Food Services Dept. Finalists prepared their creations for a panel of judges who selected the grand prize winners. Glacier Peak High School culinary students assisted the 4th-6th grade students in the kitchen and helped them prepare their snacks for the judges and guests. The young chefs featured their creations at a reception on Friday, May 17, in the Glacier Peak High School Commons.
District’s Citizens’ Facility Advisory Committee (CFAC) makes its recommendation to the Snohomish School Board regarding a potential future capital improvement initiative.
Mark your calendars! Whether you are able to attend in person or through remote access, please join us in celebrating our upcoming 2018-2019 high school graduates!
Learn more about the Kids’ Café, Book Café or the summer library program.