Class of 1988’s gift a real treasure

On behalf of the staff and students at Snohomish High School, I would like to thank the Snohomish High School class of 1988 for their donation of an amazing piece of art glass by John Kiley to our school. “Red/Black Overlap” is a beautiful addition to our library, where the natural light enhances the colors of the art and it can be enjoyed by everyone.

We are proud of our long and rich history at Snohomish High, and it is a joy to see a class come together as they celebrate their time at SHS and choose to give back to the school in such a meaningful way. Sean Kelly, class of 1988 25th reunion coordinator, deserves a special thank you for inspiring his class to make this gift and for doing the additional behind-the-scenes work to make it happen.

Thank you, class of 1988, for remembering your Panther roots, giving back to your school and planting the seed for future classes.

With great Panther Pride,

Beth Porter

Principal

Snohomish High School

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