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SHS Students Given the Message to "Not Compare" during MLK Assembly

International guest speaker Keith Hawkins came to SHS for its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly and captivated the student body during two separate assemblies this morning.

“I see all the negative stuff,” said Hawkins. “But I realize this, I know that there are way more positive things going on than negative. I know that there are people living in the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King.” READ STORY »

SHS Debate Students Place During Recent Tournament

SHS Speech and Debate team sent students to the tournament that took place at Sedro Woolley High School for two days in the beginning of November with coach and administrator Mary Orlosky.

Junior Carlos Barajas placed 4th in Original Oratory. Junior Ruby George took 3rd place in congress. READ STORY »

SHS Spring Musical

SHS Students to Perform at State Level

Ten SHS performing arts students will be going on to All-State or All-Northwest performing ensembles after auditioning with a very competitive pool of musicians across the state. READ STORY »

Local JROTC Programs Celebrate Marine Corps Birthday

Snohomish MCJROTC hosted the Marine Birthday Ball at Glacier Peak High School on Nov. 3.

The Birthday Ball is a major event for the JROTC and this year they celebrated the Marine Corps 243rd birthday. The JROTC came together and showed their respect and honor those that are on active duty as well as retired and fallen Marines. READ STORY »

Students Honor Veterans at Annual Assembly

The SHS student body held a Veterans Day Assembly in honor of the veterans who have served, and are currently serving, in the United States military last month. Family members who are veterans were encouraged to attend.  

Spanish Club Celebrates Traditional Hispanic Holiday

The SHS Spanish Club celebrated “The Day of the Dead,” a Hispanic holiday that honors the dead, by decorating sugar cookie skulls and immersing in other cultural aspects at the start of this month.

Dia de los Muertos or translated “The Day of the Dead” is celebrated from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2. It is a time to remember lost family members by leaving a tribute on temporary alters at his or her gravesite. The decorated skulls are one of these tributes. The Day of the Dead was started about 3000 years ago by the Aztecs and the Incas. READ STORY »

Students Perform in Annual Halloween Band Concert

Senior Power Wins Annual Powder Puff Football Game

For the fourth year in a row, SHS senior girls take the win during last night’s Powder Puff game with a final score of 27 to 8.

The tradition of Powder Puff began around fifteen years ago and has become a favorite part of homecoming week ever since. All the money generated from Powder Puff goes to the junior class. READ STORY »

SHS 2018 Homecoming Queen Crowned

Senior Riley Taylor was crowned Homecoming Queen in front of her peers, staff, and parents during this morning's coronation assembly. 

Senior government classes voted the week before the presentation assembly and narrowed the field of eleven nominees down to five contenders: Maya DuChesne, Savannah Judd, Chyanne Kienitz, Claire Owens, and Taylor.  READ STORY »