Snohomish High School

Panther Announcements

  • Pippin (A Snohomish High School Production)

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  • Special Olympics Volunteer Opportunities

    Hello All-  Special Olympics of Washington will again be hosting their big Track Meet at our stadium on Sunday April 29. This is a big event and we are currently looking for volunteers to help with the meet. This is a great opportunity for your club or team  to volunteer together or to earn volunteer hours if needed. Please pass along the attached flyer to those that may be interested. Volunteers can sign-up at the link below. There are certain positions and times available if you want to be specific on your availability. Group and individual volunteer opportunities are available! This is a wonderful event and you don’t need to know anything about track and field to get involved.

     

    Important information: Volunteers will check in at the volunteer check-in desk located near the entrance of the track. Please wear comfortable clothing and make sure to check the weather! Please make sure to check-in no later than the beginning of the time slot that you have registered for. Volunteers will receive lunches but please make sure to bring a snack, water bottle and food if you have any dietary restrictions.

    Questions? Email volunteers@sowa.org

     

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  • ACT with Accommodations

    April 9th, SHS will begin administering the ACT for students who receive accommodations. Students should review their green memo for their testing location and dates.

    Students who are participating in the ACT will be provided a free breakfast. Please remember that the ACT is a college entrance exam and follows the same rules as national testing. Please bring photo ID, number two pencils and a calculator. Students will not be allowed to bring in cell phones, backpacks, purses, or any other electronic devices. Students are not allowed to wear hats or hoods during the exam. Please ensure that your child has reviewed these rules and is prepared for successful testing.

    The test may take over four hours. At the completion of testing, time with be given for students to eat lunch.  For students on free/reduced lunch a sack lunch will be provided, otherwise students need to pack their own lunch.  

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  • City of Snohomish Youth Council

    The City of Snohomish is accepting applications for the Youth Council. The Youth Council will offer experiences for Snohomish youth to actively engage and participate in local government process within the City of Snohomish. Participation may include, but is not limited to, attendance at City Council meetings and, as deemed appropriate, the Youth Council may be encouraged to drive policy changes at the local level by researching, drafting, and presenting to the City Council. Applications can be found at https://tinyurl.com/snohomishyouthcouncil. See Mrs. Cowan in A303 with questions or completed applications. Applications are due by 2:30 on April 11th.

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  • Important 2018-2019 registration news

     

    • 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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  • Free ACT opportunity for district juniors

    All Snohomish High School juniors will be offered the American College Test (ACT) free of charge on April 24 during the school day. This is an amazing opportunity for students to take a college entrance assessment at no cost to families and for our schools to collect data that will help improve student learning. As a district, offering free ACT reflects our commitment to eliminating barriers to career and college readiness. Students testing on April 24 at their high school will be registered by the district office. Therefore, registration is not required for the April 24 testing session. The test is voluntary; however, we strongly recommend that all of our juniors take the test. Students who take the ACT outside of the April 24 district-hosted testing will need to follow the ACT national testing process located at www.act.org. To learn more, contact your student’s high school or visit this link.

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