School News

John Zanas: Saying Goodbye and Good Luck to a Man Beloved in the MSHS Athletic Community

Inslee announces statewide restrictions until December 14th saying, “What’s at stake is life itself.”

Be Kind Snoqualmie Valley

Elementary Families: Updated Hybrid AM/PM Model for In-Person Instruction – See 2 New Surveys to Confirm your Needs

Snoqualmie Valley School District Board Meeting Recap: Hurry Up and Wait

Black and Muslim in the Snoqualmie Valley: Striving to belong in a historically white small town (part two)

SVSD Reopening Plans On Hold Due to Increasing COVID-19 Cases

October Hero of the Month: SVSD’s Incomparable Digital Learning Tech Scott Beebee

Adopt a Mount Si High School Senior!

Is the Snoqualmie Valley Racially Naive? The struggle to promote and celebrate diversity at Mt. Si High (part one)

SVSD Planning for Phased-in Approach to Return to In-school Learning

Snoqualmie Valley students back to school, families adapt to online learning

New DOH reports: Covid-19 cases plateauing in King County, health official says not enough to safely reopen schools

Snoqualmie Valley School District approves budget with $2 million deficit; losses could increase another $6-7 million due to Covid-19

Our Kids Need You: School Board President Welcomes Staff to unusual start of new School Year

SVSD School Board adopts resolution to start year fully remote; addresses parent concerns about distance learning plan

Honoring the Past: dramatic two-story history mural installed in new Mount Si High School entryway

Coronavirus Updates: Governor issues new restaurant restrictions, many King County school districts switch to all remote learning in fall

Mount Si High School Football, Girls Soccer and Volleyball seasons postponed until spring

Snoqualmie Valley School Board President: Reopening Schools? We Hear You

Snoqualmie Valley School District announces Fall Reopening Plan

First Look at Snoqualmie Valley School District Preliminary Fall Reopening Plan

SVSD survey: large majority want kids back in classrooms; state safety mandates make return to normal almost impossible

Governor issues statewide face covering order to fight COVID-19 spread in Washington

Living Snoqualmie