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PTSA plans image overhaul meeting for Mount Si High School

The Mount Si High School PTSA is hosting a public discussion on the social perceptions about the high school, as part of its next general meeting, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, at the high school library.

Principal John Belcher, with PTSA members, will lead the discussion, with goals of identifying which areas of Mount Si High School’s image need to be updated, and dispelling rumors.

“Mount Si is not the same high school it was back when Snoqualmie Valley was only a rural logging area,” the meeting notice states. “For the betterment of all students and our community, it is time to re-image MSHS as the excellent school that it is.”

The discussion will follow a brief regular meeting and the election of next year’s PTSA officers.

 

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