Mount Si Senior Class "McGrad Night" Fundraiser Hits North Bend McDonalds Wednesday, May 2nd!

The Mount Si Senior Class is taking over the North Bend McDonald's this Wednesday, May 2nd, from 5PM-8PM.  This fundraiser plays a key role in providing scholarships to help send every MSHS senior (who wants to … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie 6th Grader Breaking Records For Charity

Thanks to Lori Riffe for guest writing this story.  Good Luck Noah! There aren't a lot of 12 year olds interested in raising money for charity. There are, though,  a lot of them who like to have fun doing … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie's MyCakes And Icing Smiles Make A Local Birthday Wish Come True With A Dream Cake That Will Make You Want To Turn 5 Again!

Local Snoqualmie Ridge Bakery, MyCakes, baked for a cause this week since being chosen to create of a very special, custom birthday cake.  That cake is being donated through the generous work of an organization … [Read more...]

Recent Willamette University And Mount Si Graduate Keeps Snoqualmie's Summer Winds Day Camp Going This Summer

​​​​​​​​​​​Summer Winds Day Camp is about creating, exploring and discovering in the rural King County/Snoqualmie area.  The program is designed for kids ages 4 - 12 years. Summer Winds Camp offers three weeks … [Read more...]

Encompass Launches New Parenting Series – Introduces A Smarter Way To Parent Young Children

Parenting is hard work, almost a game of trial and error at times.  Ask my children.  They won’t hesitate to list my faults, especially if I have done anything to irritate them that day. There are ways to make … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA Preparing For Healthy Kids Day – Free Community Event On Saturday, April 28th

Start with simple goals.  That's the community message the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA likes to promote when it comes to integrating physical activity into our sometimes immobile,technology-based lives.  Each year … [Read more...]

Cascade View's Kristin Yoshikawa Named April Teacher Of The Month

Snoqualmie Valley Macaroni Kid's Teacher of the Month program is really catching on, bringing in about 30 nominations for April's top honor.  In the end, Cascade View nabbed the title again - this time for its … [Read more...]

Mount Si Invitational Track Meet Returns To Snoqualmie After A Twenty Year Absence, Saturday April 21st

It's been a long time since Mount Si hosted an invitational track meet, specifically since 1990.  That's all about to change this Saturday, April 21st.  Some of the best local track and field high school … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley, The Freshman Learning Center Is Happening, But Can The Budget Afford It?

Last week the SVSD administration put a real number on tough budget reductions.  That number includes 14.2 teachers leaving the Snoqualmie Valley School District if the school board approves the … [Read more...]

Mount Si Principal John Belcher Hosting Informal Freshman Learning Center Q & A Session Tomorrow, April 17th

This Tuesday, April 17th, Mount Si High School Principal, John Belcher, will host an informal Q & A session regarding MSHS's future Freshman Learning Center.  This is a chance for parents to gather … [Read more...]

Sunday Morning Inspiration: North Bend Elementary's Mr. Tepper

An elementary school boundary change brought my then 3rd grade daughter to North Bend Elementary School in 2010.  It's never easy being the new kid, especially when you have medical issues that put you at the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley School District Introduces E-Meeting Tonight, March 29th, To Discuss Budget Cuts

At 7PM tonight, March 29th, The Snoqualmie Valley School District will host a special meeting to discuss its upcoming budget. Because of state budget cuts and not imposing a state-mandated 1.9% teacher pay cut … [Read more...]

Guest Blog: Can A Divided School Board Create a United Snoqualmie Valley? Or Is It Time To Unite For A New Course?

This is the second guest blog by Lori Riffe.  You can read her other thoughts on her own blog, Tainted Fishsticks.  There has been much public outcry over the March 8th school board decision to annex Snoqualmie … [Read more...]

Si View Parks Launches KinderCare Survey To Determine If Kindergarten Enrichment Program Needed Next Year

The Snoqualmie Valley School District is home to approximately 3,000 elementary school aged children.  The City of Snoqualmie was the fastest growing city in Washington from 2000-2010.  Each year more families … [Read more...]

Mount Si Principal John Belcher Gives Two Freshman Learning Center Presentations This Week-March 19th & 21st

Fresh off the heals of the SVSD School Board's decision to move forward with the annexation of Snoqulamie Middle School to Mount Si as its 9th grade campus in 2013, MSHS Principal John Belcher will give two … [Read more...]