Snohomish School District

District Announcements

  • Friday, January 17 - 2-Hour Late Start, Buses on Snow Routes

    Snohomish School District schools and bus routes will be delayed two (2) hours on Friday, January 17. All buses will be on limited transportation (snow) routes for the morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off. Due to the two-hour (2) delayed start, the following will apply:

    • All regular full-day classes will be held (beginning two (2) hours later than normal). Please note that because today is a Friday and we are starting late, schools will dismiss at their regular (Monday through Thursday) dismissal times and not the regular/typical Friday two-hour (2) early-release times.
    • No a.m. and/or p.m. half-day special education preschool, or ECEAP.
    • No morning elementary band.
    • No morning AIM classes.
    • No zero-hour classes.
    • No Sno-Isle Technical Skills Center.
    • No out-of-district transportation.
    • Buses are on limited transportation (snow) routes. Please note: The times and locations on the limited transportation pdfs reflect normal pick-up times - please add two (2) hours to the documents for the two-hour school delay.​​​​​​​

     

    Learn more at www.sno.wednet.edu/weather.

     

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  • Learn more about the proposed capital bond
    Interested in attending a community meeting to learn more about the February 11, 2020, capital bond proposal? Community meetings will be held:
    • NEW DATE - At Snohomish High School in the commons (1316 Fifth Street in Snohomish) at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 23, 2020
    • At Glacier Peak High School in the commons (7401 144th Place SE in Snohomish) at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 29, 2020
    • A list of other upcoming opportunities is available at www.sno.wednet.edu/2020bond/communitymeetings

     Community Meeting


     

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    Learn more about the February 11 capital bond proposal

    What’s on the February 11 ballot for Snohomish School District? Why does the district need to ask voters to consider a capital bond? Get your questions answered and watch our new videos to learn why we need a bond for our students and how those tax dollars help Snohomish School District build for our students’ future.

     

    If approved, the February bond will fund the rebuilding of six of our oldest elementary schools, additional classrooms at Glacier Peak High School, and the creation of an early learning center. Central Primary Center and Emerson Elementary would be combined into one new K-6 facility on the Emerson site. By rebuilding six schools, our district will ensure that every student has the space they need to grow and access to a high-quality learning environment. Improvements to the Parkway Campus, home to our alternative learning programs, such as AIM High School and Parent Partnership Program, and improvements to the district’s maintenance and transportation facilities are also included. The bond also funds safety and security improvements throughout the district to ensure all our students and staff are safe. These improvements include exterior digital access control, internal access control, and new camera systems.

     

    Please watch these videos to see why we need the bond for our students and how those tax dollars help Snohomish School District students succeed. For additional resources, please visit these links:

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  • Inclement weather information

    Snow, snow, snow... will be here before you know it. Below are some important resources to be familiar with and keep handy in the event of inclement weather. Please note that the district's inclement weather information is also available at www.sno.wednet.edu/weather or on all school websites.

     

    In the event of inclement weather and our schools are closed or are starting late, announcements will be made through the following systems:

    • Automated phone calls and emails are sent to all district families through the School Messenger system (the system is automatically populated with the primary phone numbers and email addresses available in Skyward/Family Access).
    • A notice is posted on the district Facebook page - www.facebook.com/snohomishschooldistrict
    • A notice is placed on the district website at www.sno.wednet.edu
    • Local television and radio stations are notified.
    • Emails are sent through our listserv newsletter subscription system.
    • A notice is sent to the statewide public emergency notification system - www.flashalertseattle.net
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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 are 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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