Snohomish School District’s Sno-Isle Hybrid Lab Bus Schedule
- District transportation to the Sno-Isle Hybrid Labs will start on Monday, September 28, 2020. Bus number 77.
- Students will pre-print and complete the Sno-Isle attestation form prior to getting on the bus. (This is located on the Sno-Isle Website)
- Students must use the district provided transportation to attend this program. OR they may be transported by a parent or guardian.
- The students will receive a schedule for the two-week lab block, showing what day they attend from Sno-Isle.
Monday, Tuesday And Thursday To Sno-Isle (Starting September 28, 2020)
10:09 to 10:14 – pick up at Aim/Parkway entrance on 13th
10:19 to 10:24 – pick up at Snohomish High School bus loop
10:34 to 10:39 – pick up At Glacier Peak High School bus loop
Arrive at Sno-Isle at 11:00 am
Monday, Tuesday And Thursday From Sno-Isle
Depart Sno-Isle 1:40
2:02 to 2:04 – drop at Glacier Peak bus loop
2:18 to 2:20 – drop at Snohomish High bus loop
2:26 to 2:28 – drop at Aim/Parkway entrance on 13th
Students will need to provide their own transportation to and from Glacier Peak High School. Please park in the student lot.
Please remember that lab sessions are not mandatory and students will not receive a grade or credit for these labs. The students online sessions are mandatory (either by watching the class video at a later time or by attending virtually live. You do receive a grade for these online sessions.
Sno-Isle TECH, located near Paine Field in Everett, is a cooperative effort of 14 local school districts. The purpose of skills centers like Sno-Isle Tech is to provide preparatory training, certification, and post-secondary credit to students, who can then choose to continue their education, go straight to work, or both.
Occupations are organized into broad clusters or “pathways” based on characteristics of the job. The 22 programs offered at Sno-Isle TECH represent these five pathways: Information Technology, Business Marketing & Management, Human Services, Science & Health, and Trade & Industry. Please visit the Sno-Isle Tech website for complete information on each class offered. Each class has a short video and syllabus available for download.
Glacier Peak students attend Sno-Isle in the afternoon. Students attend periods 1-3 at Glacier Peak, and leave campus at 10:55 a.m. each day on the Sno-Isle bus. Students may have to miss the last 10-15 minutes of 3rd period if they need to buy a lunch. Students return to Glacier Peak about 2 p.m. This schedule is Monday-Friday (there is no early release for Sno-Isle students, students must provide their own transportation home on Friday). Sno-Isle is a no drive school, students are required to ride the bus. Driving is only allowed with parent, GP administration, and Sno-Isle approval.
For additional information please contact Sno-Isle TECHat 425-348-2220 between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., or email firstname.lastname@example.org.