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Grizzly Cubs 2022-2023

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Elementary Grizzly Cubs

Online Registration - September 1-September 30, 2022

What is it?
Grizzly Cubs is a fun mentoring program between Glacier Peak High School students and 4th through 6th graders from the elementary schools that feed into Glacier Peak High School:


Cathcart Elementary * Little Cedars Elementary * Seattle Hill Elementary * Totem Falls Elementary


This club provides a terrific opportunity for elementary students to have a high schooler to talk to, look up to and build a great relationship with. Elementary students (grades 4-6) will have planned activities once a month with their High School Grizzly. Here are just some of the fun activities this year:

Halloween party * Ice skating * Writing letters to soldiers * Bowling * Putt putt golf


Although there is only one scheduled activity per month, regular appropriate communication between the High School Grizzly and the Grizzly Cub is encouraged but not required. This communication can be through phone calls, text, Zoom, attending each other's games/events, meetings for ice cream etc. These outside conversations should/will be monitored by parents/guardians of both the High School Grizzlies and the Grizzly Cubs, not the club advisor or Snohomish School District.


How do I sign up?

Grizzly Cubs registration and payment of $40 is available online. This covers the cost of all sponsored events, a super cool t-shirt and goodie bag. Online registration forms and payment must be completed by Friday, September 30. https://www.sno.wednet.edu/Domain/1509


Scholarships are available for those in need. Please email the Grizzly Cubs advisor if financial assistance is needed.


When do I find out who is matched with my Grizzly Cub?
You will find out and be notified as to who your High School Grizzly is along with their contact information, in mid-October.

Please contact Sheila Proctor-Long at Glacier Peak High School for questions.