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2016-2017 ASB Election Results

The results for the 2016-2017 ASB elections came in today during the beginning of second period over the intercom. Juniors Natalie Warner, Annika Roberts, Ame Bridgman and Jason Fairhurst all secured positions as officers for the next two semesters.

Results were gathered over the week while students voted from the previous Friday, January 15 to Thursday, January 21. READ STORY »

Introducing SHS's New ASB Vice President

Why do you think you're fit for this position?

I think I am a very including person, and I can't wait to incorporate that into the assemblies!

What qualities will you bring to the office?

I am an energetic person and I really care for our school, so the best interest of our student body will always come first! READ STORY »

2016-2017 Presidential Candidates

President Bryce Rail:

Why do you think you're fit for this position?

 At first I never really new why I was running for president, but then I realized the role I played at SHS. It’s important to know the duties of this position and be able to carry them out, and I plan on doing that exactly and more. READ STORY »

Introducing Your ASB Secretarys of 2016-2017

Secretary Madison Van Eyk:

How do you think you're fit for this position as secretary? READ STORY »

Annual Olympia Project 2016

Government and law students boarded buses and headed to Olympia Thursday to present the bills that they have been working on since late November.

Students gathered their binders and dressed to impress as they met with legislatures and legislative assistants to discuss things that they wish to change in Washington State. READ STORY »

ASB's MLK Assembly Differs from Previous Years

SHS' annual Martin Luther King Jr. assembly last Monday was different than ones in the past, instead using speakers from SHS rather than hiring a professional speaker for the assembly. This assembly emphasized discrimination and highlighted students' experiences with the issue.

The JROTC Color Guard presented the colors while the Crimson Singers, one of the choirs at SHS, sang the National Anthem. READ STORY »

Musical Talent Highlighted in Jam Club's Open Mic

Several musicians sang and played instruments at the Jam Clubs Open Mic during both lunches on Friday. 

“[A lunch had a]full house audience of thirty – thirty-five students,” said  Volkert Volkerz, the Jam Club advisor, "along with eight performers." Second lunch had a little bit of a smaller crowd of 15 students, and four separate performances including seniors Emmy Tyson and Shawn Arko, a couple Jam Club officers. READ STORY »

C-Building Leak

C-building experienced flooding problems this week that forced many classes in the building to relocate until the situation is cleaned up.

“The flood started Sunday after 3:30,” said Tony Stapleton, a science teacher in C-building. “A pipe blew the fitting off and shot water six feet in the air in the middle of [C201].”

Teachers Jay Adams, Louis Boggeri, Dave LeWarne, David Ellefson and Canela Arechiga were all affected, having to resort to using other classrooms throughout campus to keep class going. READ STORY »

SHS Red and White Fall Recognition Assembly

To kick off winter spirit week at SHS, Vince Ivelia’s second period leadership class put on the annual fall recognition assembly this past Monday, December 14.

“Every assembly, we try to have a piece of the four A’s, in regards to athletics, the arts, academics and activities,” Ivelia says. “It’s always a learning process, and that’s why we do it.”

The assembly started with seniors Drake Wilson and Lily Stephens parading around the gym in Santa and Mrs, Clause costumes, throwing candy canes to the crowd of students. READ STORY »

Snohomish Nights of Laughter

The last of the five showings of the first ever comedy fall production of the Snohomish High School Theatre Club ended Saturday, December 12.

SNL, or Snohomish Nights of Laughter, was a last minute idea from senior Lily Stephens. When she was told by director Dana Oppelt that there would not be a fall production, Stephens presented the idea and soon became the student director. READ STORY »