District Announcements

  • Dear Friends - May 14, 2024

    Dear Friends - May 14, 2024

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  • 2024-2025 high school students - Are you interested in being part of a Student Advisory Council to the School Board?

    2024-2025 high school students - Are you interested in being part of a Student Advisory Council to the School Board?

    Calling all Snohomish School District high school students! Are you interested in serving as a representative on the Student Advisory Council for the School Board? We have Student Advisory Council representative positions (students in grades 10 through 12) open for the 2024-2025 school year and invite you to submit your application by Monday, May 20, 2024. Students selected to the Student Advisory Council will receive community service hours for their involvement.

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  • 2023-2024 senior & graduation information

    2023-2024 senior & graduation information

    Our 2023-2024 high school seniors will graduate from Snohomish on Thursday, June 6 (AIM High School ), Friday, June 7 (Transition Center) and Monday, June 10 (Glacier Peak High School and Snohomish High School). More information will be available from respective high schools in the coming months.

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  • New students encouraged to register for 2024-2025 school year

    New students encouraged to register for 2024-2025 school year

    Have you recently moved to the area? Or, do you have a child (preschool, elementary age or middle/high school age) who will be new to the Snohomish School District during the 2024–2025 school year? We can’t wait for you to join us! Register today at the Snohomish School District elementary, middle, or high school your child will attend. In addition, the Snohomish School District is currently reviewing variance/Choice Transfer requests for those families interested in their child(ren) attending a school that is not their neighborhood school for the 2024-2025 school year. Click here to learn more and to register.

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  • Dear Friends - April 23, 2024

    Dear Friends - April 23, 2024

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  • High school theatre program spring performances coming up

    High school theatre program spring performances coming up

    Our high school theatre programs have some terrific performances coming up! Click for ticketing and additional information.

    Glacier Peak High School's spring theatre performance - Disney Newsies – The Broadway Musical. This musical production will be held April 12-13, April 19-20 and April 25-27 in the Glacier Peak High School Performing Arts Center.

    Snohomish High School's spring theatre performance - Mean Girls Jr. This musical production will be held May 3-5 and May 10-12 in the Snohomish High School Performing Arts Center.

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  • Dear Friends -  April 9, 2024

    Dear Friends - April 9, 2024

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  • Updated app launched for district transportation info

    Updated app launched for district transportation info

    This spring, the Ride 360 app our district uses to provide our families with student transportation information will be migrated to a replacement app, My Ride K-12. parents/guardians, students, and others will need to download the new app to access updated transportation information for your child(ren). The new app, My Ride K-12, is available to download now. All app users will need to download the new app before the Ride 360 app is retired on May 1, 2024. More information and links to the new app are available here.

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  • Dear Friends - March 26, 2024

    Dear Friends - March 26, 2024

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  • Summer internships available to district high school students

    Summer internships available to district high school students

    The Snohomish School District Career and Technical Education (CTE) department, in partnership with local businesses, is offering four 2024 summer internships that are meant to give students an opportunity to apply the skills that they are learning in the classroom to a future career. The Snohomish summer internships are 60-hour internships that begin the week of July 8, with the idea that they can be done while also working at a regular summer job.

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  • Spring conference week (March 25-29) information

    Spring conference week (March 25-29) information

    This year’s spring teacher conferences will be held the week of March 25. Please watch for school-specific conference details that will be communicated directly by our schools. Tuesday, March 26 through Friday, March 29, are half-day early release for elementary, middle, and high schools. Please note that AIM High School and Parent Partnership Program conference and half-day early release day schedules are different from the schedule noted below and will be communicated directly from each school to families

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  • Dear Friends - March 19, 2024

    Dear Friends - March 19, 2024

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  • Dear Friends - March 5, 2024

    Dear Friends - March 5, 2024

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  • Message from the Superintendent

    Message from the Superintendent

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  • Young chefs prepare favorite after-school snacks at annual competition

    Young chefs prepare favorite after-school snacks at annual competition

    District 4th-6th grade students prepared their favorite after-school snacks on March 8 as part of the annual Kids in the Kitchen/Junior Chef Competition, sponsored by the district’s Food Service Dept. District finalists prepared their creations for a panel of judges who selected the grand prize winners. 

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  • Dear Friends - February 20, 2024

    Dear Friends - February 20, 2024

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  • Info for families regarding "cyber kidnapping"

    Info for families regarding "cyber kidnapping"

    Recently throughout the region, we have been made aware of “cyber kidnapping” incidents involving schools in western Washington. Here in the Snohomish School District, we have not had such an incident, but we want our families to be aware, including tips to protect yourself and your family. “Cyber kidnapping” is not actual, physical kidnapping, but a scam to extort money from victims/those impacted. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) recently released a bulletin warning of an increase in so-called “cyber kidnapping” cases nationwide.

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  • Local Scholarship Program - March 11 deadline

    Local Scholarship Program - March 11 deadline

    Snohomish Education Foundation (SEF) 2024 Local Scholarship Program (LSP) scholarships are now available for district seniors at washboard.org. This year, there are nearly 100 different scholarships being offered to graduating seniors by individuals, school district alumni, businesses and organizations in our community. There is a wide variety of different types of scholarships recognizing all the different interests, hobbies and areas of focus – from future career paths, STEM, the arts, athletics and service – there is an opportunity for everyone.

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  • Dear Friends - February 13, 2024

    Dear Friends - February 13, 2024

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  • Students to receive Panorama survey in February 2024

    Students to receive Panorama survey in February 2024

    We will again be asking our 3rd through 12th grade students to participate in the Panorama survey for social-emotional learning. This survey has been given to district students since 2021 in the fall, winter, and spring.

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  • Dear Friends - January 30, 2024

    Dear Friends - January 30, 2024

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  •  4/5/6 Highly Capable Program - February 29 packet deadline

    4/5/6 Highly Capable Program - February 29 packet deadline

    Snohomish School District students who will be in the 4th through 6th grade next year are invited to participate in the district’s 4/5/6 Elementary Highly Capable Program which provides learning opportunities around depth, complexity, and acceleration. If interested, the following 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.

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  • Dear Friends - January 16, 2024

    Dear Friends - January 16, 2024

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  • Not receiving phone calls?

    Not receiving phone calls?

    We are aware that some of our staff and families have recently noted that the mass notification phone calls have been inconsistent, with some noting they are not receiving calls at all. We apologize for this and want you to know we are investigating this with our mass notification provider, School Messenger/PowerSchool, to see what can be done to correct this issue should it be originating through that system.

    With each district notification, more than 11,000 phone calls and emails are sent within minutes though the system with contact information provided through Skyward/Family Access. To make the 11,000+ calls and emails, a robocall system is used by School Messenger/PowerSchool. As you are likely aware, cellular providers have been implementing filters on robocalls and other callers to prevent phone numbers being used by scammers.

    District messages come from 360-563-7295. In some cases, we have learned cell providers have classified our district number as "spam" or "potential spam" and have blocked or filtered out these calls. In the event you are not getting calls, please check with your cell phone carrier to make sure our district number (360-563-7295) is not classified as "spam" or "potential spam" in their system.

    Please click for additional information.

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  • Dear Friends - January 2, 2024

    Dear Friends - January 2, 2024

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