Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent Lance Gibbon (left) welcomes Mount Si High School students on their first day of school, Aug. 31. Photo Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent Lance Gibbon (left) welcomes Mount Si High School students on their first day of school, Aug. 31. Photo Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Snoqualmie Valley students return for in-person learning

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Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent Lance Gibbon welcomes Mount Si High School students on their first day of school, Aug. 31. Photos by Conor Wilson/Valley Record


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Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent Lance Gibbon (left) welcomes Mount Si High School students on their first day of school, Aug. 31. Photo Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent Lance Gibbon (left) welcomes Mount Si High School students on their first day of school, Aug. 31. Photo Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Mount Si High School student return to class for their first day of school, Aug. 31. Photo Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Mount Si High School student return to class for their first day of school, Aug. 31. Photo Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent Lance Gibbon (left) welcomes Mount Si High School students on their first day of school, Aug. 31. Photo Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

Snoqualmie Valley School District Superintendent Lance Gibbon (left) welcomes Mount Si High School students on their first day of school, Aug. 31. Photo Conor Wilson/Valley Record.

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