Tarzan tickets available online
Our high school drama program has announced its fall production - Tarzan. Below are details, as well as a link to purchase tickets online.
This summer, the State of Washington made changes to the state assessment program regarding the year in which students must complete their testing. This recent change will require Glacier Peak High School to test all juniors and any senior student who has not met standard in mathematics in November of 2017. Ensuring our students have every opportunity to complete this important graduation requirement is our commitment to you.
The math Smarter Balance Assessment (SBA) has been scheduled for November 14-15. A two-hour late start has been scheduled for both days. Students who need to complete the math SBA will be notified via letter. Students should plan to arrive no later than 7:20 a.m. each day prepared to test. Student test locations will be posted in the main entrance on Monday, November 13.
Students who are not required to test, should not plan to arrive until 9:45 a.m. If your student does not have transportation, space will be available in the commons for students to study and complete course work. The bus pick-up schedule will run on normal time. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your student’s counselor or Joyce Scott, Assistant Principal, at 360-563-7594.
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.
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