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Glacier Peak High School

Glacier Peak High School teacher Tami Caraballo named as 2020 Regional Teacher of the Year

Tami Caraballo was selected as the 2020 Regional Teacher of the Year from a competitive group of seven teacher nominees from across the Northwest Educational Service District Region. Caraballo is a Science and Bio Tech teacher at Glacier Peak High School in the Snohomish School District.

Tami Caraballo was selected as the 2020 Regional Teacher of the Year from a competitive group of seven teacher nominees from across the Northwest Educational Service District Region.

Caraballo is a Science and Bio Tech teacher at Glacier Peak High School in the Snohomish School District.

City of Mill Creek selects 2019 Association of Washington Cities Scholarship nominee

At their February 19, 2019, meeting, the Mill Creek City Council selected Elijah Beals as the city’s 2019 AWC Center for Quality Communities Scholarship Nominee. Beals, a senior at Glacier Peak High School and a resident of the SpringTree neighborhood, will also receive a $500 scholarship from the city.

At their February 19th meeting the Mill Creek City Council selected Elijah Beals as the city’s 2019 AWC Center for Quality Communities Scholarship Nominee.

Beals, a senior at Glacier Peak High School and a resident of the SpringTree neighborhood, will also receive a $500 scholarship from the city.

Community Prom Fair for local high school students

The Mill Creek Youth Advisory Board members, sponsored by Mill Creek Parks & Recreation, and the Jackson High School ASB are hosting the first Community Prom Fair for local high school students.

The Mill Creek Youth Advisory Board members, sponsored by Mill Creek Parks & Recreation, and the Jackson High School ASB are hosting the first Community Prom Fair for local high school students on April 23, 2013.

Consignment prom dresses are available for a suggested donation of $10 or bring a semi-formal or formal dress to exchange for another dress.

Gift certificates will be raffled off to students who attend the fair.

Students must bring their current school ID card to attend event.

Businesses participating in this event include:

  • DSW
  • Elle Marie Hair Studio
  • Bothell Florist
  • Frances Grace Hair Salon
  • Stadium Flowers
  • Celsius Hair Salon
  • The Split End Salon
  • Accent on Appearances
  • The Tux Shop
  • Kaycee Makeup Artistry