Glacier Peak High School

Daily Bulletin May 9, 2022

Spring Sports Playoffs

Soccer: Round 2 playoff game against Redmond on Tuesday, 7 pm at Glacier Peak.

Baseball: Round 2 playoff game against Mt Si on Tuesday, 7 pm at Inglemoor HS.


Reminder that for these District playoff events, all spectators must pay for admission - $7 for adults & students without ASB and $5 for students with ASB. For Wesco host sites, tickets may be purchased online through GoFan.co or may be purchased at the gate. For events at a Kingco site, tickets must be purchased via GoFan.co. For Wesco host sites, search “NWIAA District One Tournament Events”. For Kingco hosted events, search “ Sea-King WIAA District 2”.

Senior Assembly Slideshow

The Senior Assembly team is putting together a slideshow for the Senior Assembly on Wednesday, June 8, 2022. They are requesting pictures of your senior during their time in school from kindergarten through 12th grade. Pictures need to have two or more people in the photo, (no individual pictures please). Please submit 5 - 10 photos to Ashlyn Hatch by Friday May 13, 2022.

Fall Sports Interest Meeting

Fall Sports Interest Meetings are scheduled for Grizzly Period on Tuesday, May 10. Fall sports include football, volleyball, cross country, girls soccer, boys tennis and girls swim & dive. The meeting is an opportunity to provide contact information to the coaches and hear about any summer plans as well as tryout/practice information for the start of fall season. Football begins on August 17 and other fall sports begin August 22. Rank One will be available beginning on May 11 to start completing required paperwork for summer activities as well as the 2022-23 school year.


Meeting locations:

Football – aux gym

Volleyball – main gym (north)

Girls Soccer – Commons (north)

Boys Tennis – main gym (south)

Girls Swim/Dive – Commons (south)

Cross Country – Room 702 (Sports Med Classroom)

Willis Tucker Student Parking

Please remember that when GP students are parking at Willis Tucker Park in the student parking area, they must have a parking pass from Willis Tucker Park. Please follow these links for the student pass on the Willis Tucker webpage and the application form. Willis Tucker Park has graciously opened up their parking area for our students to park there, please obtain a pass as they are still required for the 2021/2022 school year.

2022 Senior Prom

The 2022 Senior Prom is Saturday, May 14 at the Hidden Meadows Venue in Snohomish. Tickets are on sale through the bookkeeping office for $60 until May 13. We have a number of Scholarships available for students who need financial assistance, please see the bookkeeping office for more details.

Important Upcoming Dates

  • Monday, May 30, 2022 - No school/Memorial Day
  • Monday, June 13 - Glacier Peak High School graduation ceremony
  • Monday, June 20, 2022 - Last day of school (half-day early release)

Today's Athletic Events

Please see the Wesco Athletics website for today's schedules. To view all game scores please click this link to Wesco Athletics. Choose your sport and click on schedule to view final scores.

2022-23 Cheerleading Information

2022-23 Cheer Information Packet and Application are now available on the Glacier Peak Cheerleading page. Application deadline is May 16. Completed applications may be turned into the main office. The Glacier Peak Cheer team is holding work shops and tryouts May 19-21. Questions? Contact Jenny Jordan or visit this link for more information.

Glacier Peak Athletes

If you have committed to continue your athletic career in college and will be signing a letter of intent or a letter of commitment, please let the athletic office know. With so many different signing dates and our athletes committing throughout the year, we plan to recognize all of our athletes that commit to playing college at the same time in the Spring.

Good Luck to our Girls Golf and Girls Tennis teams today.

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Senior Graduation Tickets

On Monday, June 13, our 2022 Graduation Ceremony will be held at the Angel of the Winds Events Center. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. with the ceremony beginning at 7:30 p.m. Every student will be given 6 tickets, if you require more tickets please email Char Gobel in the front office with your students name and amount needed. Tickets will be given to Seniors at the Senior check out day on June 9, 2022.

Senior Community Service Hours

Class of 2022, it is a graduation requirement to complete 8 hours of community service.

Please review the requirement information here and submit hours to Mr. May via email or in person, room 201. All senior community service hours are due June 1, 2022.

Class of 2023 Parent-led Grad Night Party

Are you a parent of a current Junior? We need you! Now is the time for the 2023 Junior parents to sign up for their Grad Night Party committee, without you there is no party! Current needs are Parent Chair (or grab a friend and Co-Chair), Secretary, and Treasurer. Questions or interested in being apart of this committee? Contact Melissa Reiner for more information.

2022 Senior Grad Night Party

The last day to sign up is Friday, May 13, 2022. Seniors it is time to sign up for your parent led, all night grad party! Click this link for all the information, Grad Night Party! The grad night party will be held on Monday, June 13, 2022, immediately after graduation. Tickets may be purchased through May 1 and are $275. Some scholarships are still available so please reach out via email at gpgradnight2022@outlook.com if you would like more information.

Class of 2022!

It is time to complete your Senior Exit Survey! There are 3 parts to this survey.

  1. Let us know what your plans are next year, this will serve as your Final Transcript Request.
  2. Let us know if you are receiving any scholarships or academic awards, we will be celebrating all students at Senior Awards that self-report scholarships and awards
  3. Tell us about your experience at GPHS

Please use this link to complete the survey: https://forms.office.com/r/qKuDcaBhfe

Please complete this survey ASAP! The Exit Survey closes on May 10 at 5 p.m. The first 24 students to complete the exit survey will get a treat from the College and Career Center!

Senior Cap and Gown

Seniors! Did you miss picking up your Cap and Gown? Please stop by the main office to pick up your graduation items anytime during the school day from 7 - 3 p.m.

2022 Senior Activities and Events

Senior activities and events are starting Wednesday, April 13, 2022 with Dads and Desserts! Please click this link to see all the activities and information for each event. You won't want to miss out on all the exciting events that are planned for our 2022 Seniors.

Exploring College Options

Exploring College Options is a special informational program sponsored by the undergraduate admissions offices of five of the country's leading universities: Duke University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Stanford University.

Representatives from each university will present information about their institution, discuss the application process, and answer questions on how to put together a strong and reflective application.

There are six opportunities to attend virtual sessions between May 15 and May 24. Please sign up here.

AJAC Advanced Manufacturing Bootcamp

June 28-30 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. AJAC Youth apprenticeship is offering a hybrid bootcamp experience where students can learn about apprenticeship training opportunities and careers in advanced manufacturing. The bootcamp prepares students for next steps into AJAC’s youth apprenticeship programs. AJAC youth apprenticeships are open to incoming juniors and seniors. For more information, please consider attending an upcoming zoom informational session.

Career and Technical Scholarship

Apply now for the Career and Technical Scholarship provided by the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship program! The Career and Technical Scholarship (CTS) provides Washington state residents with $1,500 per quarter towards an eligible associate degree, certificate or apprenticeship in a trade, STEM or health care field. Funding can be used at any Washington state community or technical college and can be used to cover tuition, fees and other costs of attendance such as housing, transportation, food and more. Apply now! Visit waopportunityscholarship.org to learn more.

Community and Technical College Fair!

Virtual: Community and Technical College Fairs. Admissions representatives from Cascadia College, Edmonds College, Everett Community College, Lake Washington Institute of Technology, and Shoreline Community College have teamed up to share more about their schools and the programs they offer on June 2, and July 21.

Reminders Student and Parent Announcements

Please complete Student Transportation Input Form

So that we can better plan student transportation needs and routes/schedules for the 2022—2023 school year, we have implemented an online Student Transportation Input Form at www.sno.wednet.edu/ridethebus. Between now and through early summer, we are asking all parents/guardians of 2022-2023 students to please complete this form. The form only needs to be completed once per student.

PM at the PEAK!

What is PM at the Peak? An opportunity for students to get specific support in their classes. It is not simply a ‘study hall’. While students are welcome to use the time to study and work independently, it is designed to provide students an opportunity to ask for, and receive help on their homework, essays, projects, etc. There will be teachers and student tutors available, there is no formal process students need to complete to attend. It is open to anyone and everyone. There is no transportation home offered at this time. Mondays and Wednesdays: 2:30-4 p.m. Where: Room 204

2022-2023 School Year Calendar Dates

  • Wednesday, September 7 - First day of school
  • Week of October 24 - Fall conference week (schedule and details TBD)
  • Friday, November 11- No school/Veterans Day
  • Wednesday, November 23 - Half-day early release
  • Thursday, November 24-Friday, November 25 - No school/Thanksgiving Break
  • Tuesday, December 20 - Half-day early release
  • Wednesday, December 21-Tuesday, January 3 - No school/Winter Break
  • Wednesday, January 4 - Classes resume after Winter Break
  • Monday, January 16 - No school/MLK Jr. Day
  • Monday, January 30 - No school/Beginning of second semester and non-student day
  • Friday, February 17-Monday, February 20 - No school/Mid-Winter Break
  • Week of March 27 - Spring conference week (schedule and details TBD)
  • Monday, April 3-Friday, April 7 - No school/Spring Break
  • Monday, May 29 - No school/Memorial Day
  • Friday, June 16 - Last day of school
  • Monday, June 19 - No school/Juneteenth
  • Tuesday, June 20-Friday, June 23 - Potential snow/inclement weather make-up days


Visit www.sno.wednet.edu/calendars for additional information regarding district and school events and activities.
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Get Connected!

Grizzlies … find out more about all of the clubs and activities you can get involved in by going to the ASB page on Canvas.

Art Club

Art Club is meeting Wednesdays after school at 2:20 p.m. in room 704. Everyone is welcome, no experience necessary!

Black Student Union Club

BSU (Black Student Union) Club is starting back up on Thursdays from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in Mrs. Veach's classroom, 312. BSU hopes to create cultural unity and provide a safe space for students to talk about things that impact their lives especially as it pertains to race, culture, inclusion, and diversity. BSU does not discriminate with who can participate and engage in these conversations. All students are invited.

Book Club

Hey Glacier Peak Students! Come join us in the library on Wednesdays, at 2:30 for Book Club. We are reading and discussing exciting reading selections.

Chinese Club

Chinese club is meeting the first and third Monday's of the month. Room 208 at 2:30 p.m.

Code Club/Dell Tech Crew

Code Club is for students who want to explore how to write software in Java, Python, or other languages for computers and other programmable devices like Arduinos, Raspberry Pj computers, drones. We sponsor the Hour-of-Code each year as well as participate in coding competitions based on club interest. Tuesday, 2:30-4:30 p.m. Room 214

FCCLA

FCCLA is a club that helps students become leaders in their family, careers, and communities. FCCLA provides opportunities for students to learn new skills in the area of Family and Consumer Sciences while helping the community. FCCLA meets the 3rd Tuesdays of the month in room 535 at 2:15 p.m. If you have questions please ask Mrs. Harrelson.

FFA - Veterinary Science Team

FFA-Vet Science Club is available to students in Animal or Advanced Animal Biology for active membership. Other students not enrolled in those courses may attend meetings but may not become active members. This club focuses on veterinary medicine and the multiple FFA Vet science competitions that lead up to the State Competition at WSU. Meeting Thursdays, 2:20 in room 108.

Game Club

Game Club kicked off with a bang! We meet in room 209 after school until 4:30 p.m. on Thursdays! No need to know how to play one of the many games we have! Just show up and have fun. See Mr. Benson for details.

German Club

Join the German Club to learn more about German culture through the arts, music, food, and so much more! German Club meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month in room 308 at 2:20 p.m.

Green Club

Green Club is an environmentally focused organization that strives to make our community greener and to increase knowledge and understanding of the issues facing our global environment in the modern day and how we can combat them through guest speakers, activities, presentations, fundraisers, year-long projects, and so much more while having a good time! We meet every other Tuesday's at 2:20 in room 107.

Investing Club

Hey Grizzlies, want to learn how to make money in the stock market and participate in global competitions with other investors? Come to room 201 on Friday at 12:30 p.m.

Impact Club

Impact Club is an inclusive, accepting and safe space for all students to find support and contribute to a positive community. We are dedicated to creating a safe environment for LGBT+ students and bringing awareness to issues on sexuality and gender. Club will be meeting on Tuesdays at 2:20 p.m. in room 704.

Key Club

We provide our members with opportunities to serve, build character, and develop leadership. Key Club members around the world are learning how to lead and stand for what's right through service and volunteerism. High School students are making a positive impact as they serve others in their schools and communities. Tuesdays at 2:20 p.m. room 307.

Model UN

Model UN is a national program that engages students in role play simulations around significant global issues. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected and interdependent, Model UN provides an opportunity for students to learn more about world issues, foreign affairs, and global citizenship. Students will have the opportunity to attend a Model UN conference where they simulate UN committees. You will also learn researching, public speaking, debating, writing, critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership skills. This club meets Monday's after school. Please see Mr. Hauck in 315 if you have questions.

Motorcross Sport

To provide entertainment and knowledge related to Motorsport. We will have presentations of each sport and race. There will be games related to the presented sport. This club meets Tuesday and Thursday in room 219 at 2:20.

One Voice

Christian at GP? Come to One Voice, Thursday's at 2:30 in Room 314! All are welcome. The structure will be different this year – Bible study, prayer, service, and more. All are welcome. See you Thursday!

RAKE

RAKE's goal is to unite the GP Community through random (and intentional) acts of kindness. To make sure members of our community feel like they matter. We meet Wednesday's during all lunches. All are welcome!

Sports Medicine Club

All sports medicine students are automatically in the club. Anyone is welcome to join! We promote healthcare career opportunities and enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. Human anatomy, physiology, nutrition, medical terminology, injury prevention, injury diagnosis, therapeutic modalities, and rehabilitation topics will be discussed.

Sports Medicine Club will be a part of the state chapter of HOSA (Future Health Professionals), which is a CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization)

To learn more please visit: www.wahosa.org. Sports Medicine Club meets at 2:15 p.m. (First & Third Tuesdays) in room 702

Speech and Debate

Students compete in a wide variety of speech, argumentative, and theatrical events against other schools in our region. Our team members regularly qualify for the Washington State tournament, as well as the NSDA National tournament. Speech and Debate meets in Mr. Hauck's room, 315, Tuesday's and Thursday's from 3-4 p.m.

Turning Point USA

Turning Point USA GPHS is a place to have dialogue and discuss fiscal responsibility, free markets, capitalism, and American principles. All are welcome. 2nd Thursday of the month , 2:15 p.m. in the College and Career center.

Tutoring Club

Tutoring Club is starting up this Wednesday! Need some help on that homework, or just a place to sit and get your work done? Come to room 215 on Wednesdays from 2:30 - 3:30 and our student tutors will help you get the job done.

Unified Club

Are you interested in creating an inclusive, welcoming environment for ALL students at Glacier Peak? Club Unified is having an interest meeting Wednesday, December 8, during Grizzly period in the commons, all are welcome!

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Non-Discrimination Notice

The Snohomish School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Civil Rights Coordinator, Title IX Coordinator and ADA – Darryl Pernat, 1601 Avenue D, Snohomish, WA 98290, 360-563-7285, darryl.pernat@sno.wednet.edu; Section 504 Coordinator and Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying – Shawn Stevenson, 1601 Avenue D, Snohomish, WA 98290, 360-563-7282, shawn.stevenson@sno.wednet.edu