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    Snohomish County Winter Resources

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  • 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program information

    Interested Snohomish School District students who will be in the 4th through 6th grade next year are encouraged to apply and learn more about the district’s 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program. If interested, the below dates and information are important. Students currently enrolled in the 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program do not need to complete the referral process.

    • Friday, December 13 - Referral packets for the 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program will be available at all elementary schools, online and at the Snohomish School District Resource and Service Center (1601 Avenue D in Snohomish). Referral packets can be downloaded from the district website at sno.wednet.edu/highlycapablehonors.
    • Thursday, January 9 – An information night will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Snohomish School District Resource and Service Center (1601 Avenue D in Snohomish) for parents/guardians of students who are interested in the 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program.
    • Friday, January 24 - Completed referral packet deadline. Completed packets can be turned in at student home schools or the Snohomish School District Resource and Service Center (1601 Avenue D in Snohomish). 

     

    Questions can be directed to Linda Varner at 360-563-7296 or linda.varner@sno.wednet.edu and Julie Francois at 360-563-7258 or julie.francois@sno.wednet.edu.

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  • Building for Our Students' Future logo Building for Our Students’ Future
    Capital Bond - February 11, 2020
    Snohomish School District is asking voters to consider a $470 million school funding measure in the February 2020 election to rebuild aging elementary schools, reduce the need for portable classrooms and make sure our school buildings continue to be a source of pride for our community. These projects will ensure our students have access to safe, quality school buildings and programs throughout our district, which serves about 9,800 students.

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  • Looking for WatchDOGS

    Who are WatchDOGS and how does Watch DOGS work? Watch DOGS are fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and other father-figures who volunteer for at least one day each year at an official Watch DOGS school.Watch DOGS, a K-12 program that invites father-figures to volunteer at least one day all day at their child's/student's school during the school year. Fathers and father-figures sign up to volunteer through a online register link. The program is overseen by a "Top Dog" volunteer who partners with the school administrator to coordinate scheduling and identify opportunities for Watch DOGS to provide assistance at the school. Watch DOG dads and volunteers perform a variety of tasks during their volunteer day (more information available on this when you arrive on your scheduled day).

     

    You must complete a volunteer background check through SafeVisitor before you can volunteer

     

    A background check will be conducted after you submit your online application. You will then receive an email with your approval status. Volunteer applications are valid for two years from the approval date.
    Upon approval, please bring the email and photo ID to the school office.

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