Snohomish School District
The Snohomish School District is the school district serving the city of Snohomish, Washington. It covers a population of 30,000 within an area of 160 square miles (410 km2). The district has a total enrollment of 9500 students. Its superintendent is Kent Kultgen. Snohomish School District is a member of ESD #189.
- Cascade View Elementary
- Cathcart Elementary
- Central Primary Center
- Dutch Hill Elementary
- Emerson Elementary
- Little Cedars Elementary (opened fall 2007)
- Machias Elementary
- Riverview Elementary (opened at the start of the 2014-2015 school year)
- Seattle Hill Elementary
- Totem Falls Elementary
- Centennial Middle School
- Valley View Middle School
- AIM High School
- Alternative Learning Center
- Parent Partnership Program
In the spring of 2004 a bond election was successfully passed, approving the necessary funding for a new high school. The school was to be sited on Cathcart Way, and completion was scheduled for September 2008.
The Seattle Times noted that "the projected cost of [the] new Snohomish-district high school has risen from $68 million to $76 million, [and] the estimated cost of a major renovation to Snohomish High School has climbed from $64 million to $71 million."
According to the Everett Herald, the new school project could receive up to 16.2 million dollars in state grants, as approved by the state superintendent's office in 2006.
The district also built an elementary school, Little Cedars Elementary, which opened in fall 2007.
The new high school was named "Glacier Peak High School" by the committee on the end of May. Its colors are white, blue, and silver. The mascot is a Grizzly Bear.
- Snohomish School District official website
- "Snohomish Then and Now"
- Snohomish High School official website
- Everett Herald, state grant information
- Seattle Times, cost information