Glacier Peak High School

Grizzly Announcements

  • Parent-Teacher Conferences

    • Monday, March 27 - Regular school day.
    • Tuesday, March 28 - Regular school day.
    • Wednesday, March 29 - Regular school day. Conferences from 4-7 p.m. in classrooms.
    • Thursday, March 30 - No school. Conferences from 7:30 a.m.-noon in classrooms and 2-5:30 p.m. in classrooms.
    • Friday, March 31 - No school.
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  • 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:

     

    Thoughtexchange QR code

    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.

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  • Wizard of Oz Info

    The cast of Glacier Peak High School's spring musical Wizard of Oz has been announced and the rehearsal schedule is available. Special thanks to all those who auditioned for and are involved with this production.

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  • Free ACT Opportunity - Juniors

    The Snohomish School District will be offering the ACT (American College Test) free of charge for all high school juniors on April 19, 2017 during the school day. The test is voluntary this year. This is an amazing opportunity for students to take a college entrance exam at no cost to families and for our schools to collect data that will help improve student learning. To learn more, please click here.

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  • Latest Grizzly Newsletter

    Click here to read the latest edition (December 2016) of the Glacier Peak High School Grizzly Newsletter. 

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  • No Parking Reminder

    Parents, when dropping off and picking up your students, please remember that there is no parking on 144th Place SE (the street between Glacier Peak High School and Little Cedars Elementary). This street is well-signed as a no-parking area. Cars that park there block the flow of traffic, including our buses entering the bus loop. This creates potentially unsafe conditions for students and other drivers. Please use the designated student drop off/pick up area. Using this designated area will also assist our student drivers exiting the student lots. Thank you for your cooperation.          

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  • "Preparing students to lead extraordinary lives."

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