Message from Glacier Peak High School
Good Morning Grizzly Family and Friends -
It has come to our attention that there has been discussion in our community regarding student banners in our building. There has been a misunderstanding that we intend to take these banners down. This is not true. We have not had any formal discussions on this topic, nor do we plan to take the banners down. If and when there are any discussions about how to best recognize students who participate in activities, we will engage our community before taking any action.
At Glacier Peak, one of our core values is developing strong relationships with our parents and community. Clear communication is essential in achieving this. With this in mind, please do not hesitate to contact us directly with any questions or concerns you may have.
Thank you for your understanding and support! By partnering together, we can truly prepare students to lead extraordinary lives.
Parking, Student Pick-Up/Drop-Off and More
Each day, more than 1,800 students and staff move in and out of Glacier Peak High School. The movement works well if all of us do a few things to make the start and end of the school day more efficient.
We love our volunteers!
This summer, our district streamlined its volunteer process. All volunteer applications and records are now maintained at the district office. As before, approved volunteer applications are valid for two calendar years from date of approval. The district office is maintaining a single database of applications on file (included is date of application and expiration date). Currently, more than 4,000 people are registered as active volunteers in our district.
"Preparing students to lead extraordinary lives."