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Assistant Principal Barker Begins Academic Learning Lab

Snohomish High School is now offering an after-school academic lab for all students.

Assistant principal Greg Barker started the program in mid-October to help students with support and to prepare participating students with upcoming tests they may be having or assignments given to them.

Snohomish’s librarian assistant Jennifer Whitney states that there is an average of “one to four students attending the lab every day." READ STORY »

Fake money found at the Crucible

During a production of the play "The Crucible", students from Snohomish High School and the North West Private High School gathered to see went down to the ACT theater in Seattle to see the novel they had been reading in-class encated live onstage. READ STORY »

SHS Theatre Presents "A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley"

The Snohomish High School Theatre Club opens their production of “A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley” this Friday, December 1, with evening shows and matinees through next week, ending on December 9.

Evening shows begin at 7pm, while matinee showings start at 1pm on Saturdays.

This play is directed by Scott Randall, who is the artistic director for the Red Curtain Foundation, a theatre group in Marysville.

This is the first time in several years that a professional director has been hired for an SHS production. READ STORY »

Freshman and Replacement Judicial Branch Members Elected

The SHS Associated Student Body (ASB) Senate elected new members to the judicial branch as part of the freshmen and senior classes today during Panther Period. 

Freshmen Heath Fagerness and Megan Marshall were elected for the first time for their class judiciary. 

Senior Connor Whitelock was elected to replace the vacant seat of the senior class judiciary.   READ STORY »

Darkroom Removed from Photography Class

The darkroom in the photography class used for developing film and prints was removed at the beginning of the school year due to lack of funding and comments from the health department.

Schools across the country are granted vocational funds, or federal funds for classes that teach principles that can later be used in a career, and since there is no longer a vast career field in film photography, the funds have been cut off. READ STORY »

Araceli Daza Crowned 2017 Homecoming Queen

On Monday, October 16, the SHS student body gathered in the main gym for the annual 2017 homecoming coronation assembly. The Panthers continue the tradition by showing up in "snazzy" attire as part of the week's spirit theme.

Alumni homecoming queen Lacey Campbell, who graduated in 2008, was the guest speaker and was escorted by Snohomish Panther football player Jaden McClure, who had the highest grade point average of the team at 3.97. READ STORY »

Five Princesses Selected for Homecoming Queen

On Monday, October 9, the SHS student body gathered to view the annual homecoming presentation assembly, prepared to “meet” the princesses on the homecoming court as well as announce the five nominees for queen.

This assembly showcased the eleven senior girls nominated for the Homecoming Court by the graduating class of 2018. In years past, only ten princesses are elected, but due to the unusual circumstances where a tie existed for tenth place, all eleven girls will be recognized. READ STORY »

Stadium Fire Evacuates SHS Students and Staff

The Snohomish School District on Thursday afternoon sent an email out to parents and staff members at SHS, discussing the fires in town that day, including one in Veterans’ Memorial Stadium that evacuated SHS for fifty minutes during sixth period.

“Sometime around 1:15 p.m., a transformer caused a brush and house fire on Ludwig Road,” the district told parents. “The fire caused electrical wires and an electrical grid to go down. This caused the power, phones, and Internet to go down at many of our schools.” READ STORY »

Les Misérables Comes to Snohomish High School May 4-14

The Snohomish High School Theatre Club's production of Les Misérables opens on May 4 and runs until May 14, with performances being held in SHS' Performing Arts Center (PAC).

There will be evening performances on May 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, and 12 at 7p.m., with matinee performances on May 7 and May 14 at 1p.m. READ STORY »

DECA Introduces Year-Round Frozen Yogurt

The DECA Pause introduced frozen yogurt to their menu on Wednesday, April 12 during lunch to the delight of many students.

Ben Doucette, the DECA adviser, oversaw the installation of a new frozen yogurt machine on April 11, and helped seniors Alex Trimble, Issac Everett, and John Nelson spearhead the project.

The new frozen yogurt, coming in at $2 for a 5 ounce serving, is “fat free, low sugar, and a nice snack,” according to Doucette. READ STORY »