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SHS Freshmen Judicial Officers Elected

Wednesday morning was no ordinary day. Liam Anderson, along with Nathan Nicholson were elected to be the freshmen’s representation in the judicial branch of the ASB Senate. The election took place during the Senate meeting on Wednesday, December 3, during Panther Period. READ STORY »

SHS FFA Tearing Up the Tractor Course

Students traveled to Moses Lake Washington this past Friday to compete in the State FFA Tractor Driving Competition. Two teams of three students from Snohomish competed in the events. READ STORY »

Mr. SHS 2014

The annual Mr. SHS competition was held on Wednesday, November 12, in the Performing Arts Center. Students from all grade levels came to cheer on their favorite nominee which included Freshman Paul Tippett, Sophomores Will Saunders and Adam Ivelia, Juniors Drake Wilson and Tristan Palma, and Seniors Gus Baxter and Alex Fairhurst.

The event began with Junior Class Officers Christina Deierling and Jessamine Anderson emceeing. They welcomed everyone to the PAC and carried on into the introductions. READ STORY »

Veteran's Day Assembly

In honor of thanking and remembering the soldiers who have and are still fighting for our freedom, SHS participated in the annual Veteran's Day assembly. This assembly took place in the main gym right after first period. READ STORY »

Snohomish High School Participates in Statewide Earthquake Drill

SHS participated in a statewide earthquake practice drill this year.

The Great ShakeOut, a national organization to promote required earthquake drills, ran their Washington State drill on October 16 at 10:16 a.m.

“This drill is very important to the safety and preparedness of the school,” said Assistant Principal Anne Tompkins.

Tompkins is in charge of emergency preparedness on campus, and believes that required earthquake drills need to be taken seriously. READ STORY »

SHS Art Club Annual Pumpkin Carving

Wednesday, October 29, Art Honor Society held their annual Halloween pumpkin carving event. Members showed off their artistic skills carving intricate faces and designs on pumpkins.

“There are many forms of art; this can be considered one of them,” said Freshman Paul Tippett. “This is my first time carving a pumpkin. I like the dig-it-out-with-your-hand strategy.” READ STORY »

SHS Sells T-Shirts For Breast Cancer Research

Students at SHS raised money for breast cancer research by selling t-shirts October 21-23.

The Panthers have always been supporters of cancer research, with past fundraisers such as “Cut it to Cure it”, which was a fundraiser that did haircuts for cancer. This year to raise awareness for breast cancer, ASB leadership sold pink t-shirts for ten dollars during lunches. The slogan: “Just Cure It” was printed on the front of the shirts. READ STORY »

College/Career Forum provides information for college-bound students

The students of SHS participated in a College/Career Forum last Tuesday.

Freshman went to an assembly on coursework selection in the PAC. Seniors went to workshops to prepare them for life after high school. Sophomores and Juniors went to the cafeteria to meet college and career representatives in the gymnasium, which made up the bulk of the event. READ STORY »

SHS and JHS Shows support for Marysville Pilchuck

Following the tragic events that took place last Friday at Marysville Pilchuck High School, SHS and Jackson High students rallied together to show their support during the football game on October 27. READ STORY »

Marysvile-Pilchuck High School suffers after shooting

On Friday, October 24, tragedy struck Snohomish County. A freshman at Marysville-Pilchuck High School shot five fellow students, two of them being his cousins, during lunch.

So far, three of those involved have died, including the shooter, Jaylen Fryberg. Zoe Galasso died at the scene and Gia Soriano died in the hospital Sunday night.

MPHS has decided to close down for the week allowing students to grieve and the school to reconvene. READ STORY »