Snohomish School District

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District Announcements

  • You are not alone

    You are not alone

    The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor. Visit to be redirected to a list of suicide prevention and mental health resources.

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  • Fall teacher conference information

    Fall teacher conference information

    This year’s fall teacher conferences will be held the week of November 8-12. Due to COVID-19, conferences will be held remotely through Zoom. Schools will be communicating specific details and directions including Zoom links.

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  • Possible transportation impacts

    Possible transportation impacts

    The district is preparing for the possible impact that our regional and state-wide labor shortage may have upon our bus driver workforce. The possible shortage combined with normal absences due to illness and personal leave could create a situation where bus routes would have to be altered.

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  • Elementary human growth and development secondary sexual health family presentations scheduled

    Elementary human growth and development secondary sexual health family presentations scheduled

    Human growth and development will be taught each year during 5-6th grade and sexual health will be taught in 7-9th grade. Families are invited to attend a presentation to learn about the health standards, activities and resources that will be used to teach each of the topics, and the opt-out process.

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  • Healthy Youth Survey - Fall 2021

    Healthy Youth Survey - Fall 2021

    The Snohomish School District will participate in the Washington State 2021 Healthy Youth Survey this fall. Please watch for more information from your child's school regarding specific survey dates.

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  • K-3 highly capable program information

    K-3 highly capable program information

    If your student is currently in grades K-3 and you are interested in your student receiving highly capable services to include learning opportunities with more depth, complexity, and acceleration in the classroom please be aware of the following information. Students currently identified for highly capable K-3 services do not need to go through the K-3 referral process. Referral packets for the K-3 highly capable program are available in all elementary schools, and on the Snohomish School District websites in English, Spanish and Russian.

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