School News

Cheer on the Mount Si High School Class of 2020: Graduation Car Parade, Virtual Ceremony happen Friday, June 19th

State wants kids back in classroom this fall; Snoqualmie Valley School District reopening plan expected by early July

A Life of Impact: Dillon Garnes, the Friend Everyone called their Best Friend

Hundreds fill downtown North Bend: peacefully protest racial inequality, stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement

Class of 2020: a look back at the history and events that Shaped the Journey

Summer Camps look a bit different this year, but Snoqualmie Valley company – Robot U – is up to the challenge

Reunited: Opstad Elementary Teachers, Students pull off special reverse Car Parade on North Bend campus

100 Women Who Care donate BIG to Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation; funds will support remote learning needs

District awarded grant to add electric school bus to fleet

Working to Honor the Mount Si High School Class of 2020: Babies of 9/11, Graduates of the Pandemic

Snoqualmie Valley owned business releases new book inspired by daughters and dedicated to the Class of 2020

Trail Youth Coffee Home back open for to-go, mobile orders AND fundraising for new coffee trailer to serve community

Mount Si High School student dies of fentanyl-laced drug overdose

Snoqualmie Valley School District announces new grading practices during COVID-19 closure

Snoqualmie Valley School board unanimously approves boundary change for Cascade View, Timber Ridge Elementary

Snoqualmie Valley History: nearly 90 years ago local schools, some businesses closed, children quarantined

District considers school boundary change; potentially impacting one Snoqualmie neighborhood 3rd time in 10 years

Governor: schools closed rest of year; online learning will become new normal

First playgrounds, now Snoqualmie adds sports courts, skatepark to lists of closures over social distancing issues

Snoqualmie Valley Schools Superintendent: Letter to the Community

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital tests over 300 coronavirus samples; SVSD launches survey to provide food, childcare during closure; mayors sign ER proclamations; libraries close

Snoqualmie Valley Schools closed for 6 weeks to combat spread of COVID-19; Mt Si Senior Center also closed

2020 Snoqualmie Valley Educators of the Year announced, surprised at school

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital opens COVID-19 testing center

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