Science & Arts Academy - Summer 2017
Inspire the mind and heart through the school district’s Science and Arts Academy! Ceramics, renewable energy, block printing, master chef, robotics, drama and aeronautical engineering are just some of the many exciting topics students who will enter grades 1 through 8 may investigate through the district’s summer program. This year’s Science & Arts Academy will run July 5 through July 28 at Snohomish High School (1315 Fifth Street in Snohomish). Please click here for more information. Cost and registration information available soon.
Student online 8th grade registration for 2017-2018 courses
On-line pre-registration directions
Log on to Skyward/Family Access
Add elective course requests
Add alternate electives
We're listening! Your voice matters!
Snohomish School District has launched its Thoughtexchange online engagement tool. Through this unique forum, the school district is able to hear and share a wide variety of perspectives and more fully engage with each other. Thoughtexchange is a three-step online conversation that will help our school district understand what is important to our students, staff, families and community members. There are three steps:
1. Share – Answer four, short open ended questions about our schools (March 15–30)
2. Star – Consider ideas from others and star the ideas you like best (April 12–23)
3. Discover – Learn what is important to the community as a whole
Many will receive a personalized email invitation to participate. Others can participate in the online tool by clicking here. All input received is completely anonymous. Everyone is encouraged to participate.
National Junior Honor Society
Do you have a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or higher? If you currently have a GPA of 3.5 or higher and maintain it for the school year, you may be eligible to join the National Junior Honor Society. More information, the application and community service forms can be found by clicking here.
Math tutoring available
Math tutoring is now available Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:15-3:15 p.m. Students must make arrangements for a ride home. There will be two math teachers at each session and students will work on homework, test corrections, and/or extra help on basic math concepts.