Walking with Wildcats: Parents to visit school

Parents of Mount Si High School students will have a chance to experience life as a Wildcat, following their students to class, navigating crowded hallways and sampling cafeteria fare.

The school is welcoming parents and guardians to spend half a day with their teenage children on Wednesday, Feb. 25. Mount Si can accommodate about 100 parents on a first-come, first-served basis.

“Parents are encouraged to come back to high school and see what has changed. It also is very beneficial to see education in action,” Principal Randy Taylor stated in an invitation to parents.

Visitors must pre-register; a form is available online at

For more informaton, contact Ken Grant, organizer and veteran parent visitor, at (425) 831-2265.

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