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Snohomish High's Canned Food Drive

During the last week before Christmas break, Snohomish High School collected over 3,000 cans in a holiday food drive for the Snohomish Food Bank.

Students competed against each other in a classroom competition for a traveling trophy that resides with the class that gives the most donations. While English teacher Kelly Martinez defended her title of most donations, she believes that the competition is less important than the actual charity event. READ STORY »

Battle of the Gingerbread Houses

Lindsey Haywood, the foods and nutrition, is conducting her third Annual Gingerbread House Competition this Wednesday in D-109 with her class. As their three week time period comes to a close, students put final touches on their houses to out-perform the other groups in this big competition. READ STORY »

SHS Continues the Tree of Giving

Snohomish High School has teamed up with Toys for Tots to run the Annual Tree of Giving Toy Drive this holiday season.

Snohomish High School’s National Honor Society and JROTC clubs have organized the collection of toys and promoted this traditional toy drive throughout the school. Kaci Cowan, the advisor for National Honor Society, has encouraged the students to be active in participation. READ STORY »

Holly Jolly Improv show wows the crowd

“Holly Jolly Improv,” which took place last Friday at 7:00 in the SHS PAC, was a hit. The profit made will be benefiting the SHS Theater Club in their Alice in Wonderland production. READ STORY »

Environmental Club hosts Waste Management

The Environmental Club had special guest speaker Alexis Alloway come to SHS on Thursday the 8th to speak in depth on the challenges of getting people into recycling. READ STORY »

SHS Jam Club Carols at Haggen and Downtown Snohomish

Snohomish High School Jam Club will be caroling this weekend at Haggen's Food Grocery Store as well as First Street in Downtown Snohomish.

Jam Club advisor Volkert Volkersz coordinated the caroling, and explained the less known reason for the group’s caroling. READ STORY »

Bring the Pep

There was some speculation as to what the “pep assembly” on Tuesday, December 2 was going to be about. Whether it was about fall sports recognition or introducing Winter sports.

Walking into the gym, a mat was set up in the middle of the floor. That’s it. Beginning with the song “Lip Gloss” by Lil Mama. Senior Bonnie Greer and Sophomore Josue Barajas showed us what we know ‘bout them. READ STORY »

SHS Vocal Music Department's Winter Concert

The Snohomish High School Vocal Music Department held its Winter Concert on Tuesday, December 9, at 7 p.m. in the PAC.

There were 120 students who performed in total, and over 350 people in attendance.

All five of Jaci Cummings’ choirs sang during the performance, with different students from the Voices of Men, Treble Choir, Crimson Singers, Symphonic Choir and Women’s Ensemble.

“It’s the first concert, so you get to see all of the choirs’ starting points,” says Junior Drew Virgin, a member of the Voices of Men. READ STORY »

Care Packages

Over 70 care packages, put together by SHS students for military personnel, were delivered to the UPS store in Snohomish, Monday, November 24. The packages contained everything from socks to candy. Students brought in food, t-shirts and various hygiene products to their classes over the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving.

The packages included a thank you letter from ASB and Holiday cards from R.A.K.E. Club.

Over $1,300 where raised for mailing costs. There is approximately $150 left over that will be used for next year. READ STORY »

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 »