Tuesday, November 15, 2022
The Big Library Read
Reminder- All macho volleyball players must turn in their paperwork to the bookkeeper by 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Novmeber 18th. Those that want to cheer on their favorite Panther teams, join us on Saturday, November 19 at Glacier Peak, the tournament starts at 12:30 p.m.
Sign-ups are in the main office now! It is $10 per player. Start building your team of 6-10 so we can take back the title from Glacier Peak. The Panther volleyball girls will be hosting some practices to help perfect your skills- be listening for details! If you have questions or need a team, see Mrs. Barstad or Mr. Ivelia. The tournament will be held at GPHS this year, so mark your calendars to cheer on your favorite team. Admission for spectators is $3 with ASB & $5 without.
Community Service Opportunities
Order transcripts here before your application deadline!
Congratulations to the SHS volleyball team for winning the NW District 1 3A Championship! They are 18-0 vs 3A teams this year. Best of luck to the team as they travel to Yakima to participate in the state tournament. Their first-round game is on Thursday at 11:45am vs. Bishop Blanchet. Go Panthers!
Girls Swim & Dive
Speech & Debate
Winter Sports Parent Meeting
The Winter Sports Parent/Guardian Meeting is Tuesday, November 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the SHS main gym.
Mark Perry, our athletic director will do a short general meeting.
Coaches will then break off to have individual sports meetings. Hope to see you there!
Sports Medicine Club
College visits are held during Panther Period or afterschool (2:20 p.m.) in the College & Career Center. During the college visits, the admissions representative will be there to provide information and answer questions. All students are welcome to attend! Visits coming up:
December 1, 2:20 p.m. - Pacific Northwest College of Art
2023-2024 FASFA and WASFA Now Open!
Seniors, the best place to start when you are looking for money for college, tech school or trade school, is by filling out the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA, for undocumented and select non-citizens). The information from these applications will be shared with the colleges you apply to and will determine your eligibility for financial aid.
For more financial aid information, visit the College & Career Center webpage.
Deliveries to Campus
Join our team!
Visit www.sno.wednet.edu/jobs or call 360-563-7233 today!
Current high-need school and district openings include:
- Paraeducators/Educational Assistants
- Psychologists, Occupational/Physical Therapists and Speech Language Pathologists
- Elementary and Secondary Teachers
- Administrative Assistants and Office Support
- Maintenance Workers, Plumbers, and Carpenters
- School Bus Drivers and Substitute Bus Drivers
- Substitute Teachers/Guest Teachers
- Substitute Paraeducators
- Kitchen Staff
- Swim Instructors
Snohomish School District positions
- If you would like to be considered for employment in the Snohomish School District, please login to submit a new application through our Frontline application tool.
- Please feel free to contact us in Human Resource Services at 360-563-7233 with any questions.
Snohomish Aquatic Center positions - If you would like to be considered for employment at the Snohomish Aquatic Center, please click here.
- Please feel free to contact Chris Bensen, Snohomish Aquatic Center Supervisor, at 360-563-1986 or 360-568-8030, with any questions.
Chartwells K-12/Compass Group (district's food service provider) positions - If you would like to be considered for employment with Chartwells K-12/Compass Group (district's food service provider), please click here.
- Please feel free to contact Marty Grasa, Chartwells K-12/Compass Group Manager, at 360-563-7357 with any questions.
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Snohomish High School
Snohomish High School
Nate DuChesne, Principal
1316 Fifth Street
Snohomish, WA 98290
Attendance Line: 360-563-4005
Nicholas Allen, Assistant Principal
Anne Tompkins, Assistant Principal
Stephen Ver Hoeven, Assistant Principal
Mark Perry, Athletic Director
Sherri Pickett, Administrative Assistant
Kelsey Chaplin, Main Office Secretary
Jennifer Harris, Registrar
Kristy Snow, Bookkeeper
Kory Hanke, Attendance