Student Support Groups
Student Support Advocates Available
All families go through periods of stress and/or a crisis in life. When these things happen, it is often hard to know who to go to for help. The Student Support Advocates are offered at all schools to provide support for students and their families in a variety of ways. If you need assistance call 360.691.7717.
Boys and Girls Club
Provides the greater Granite Falls area with a safe place to learn and grow and allows kids to develop ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals, embrace life-enhancing programs and character development experiences. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County offers a plethora of opportunities for kids including homework help, computer help, sports participation, and a safe environment to go to when parents are at work. For more information, visit The Boys and Girls Club website.
Teen Advisory Group; Granite Falls Library
Want to make Granite Falls YOUR library? Join us for our monthly Teen Advisory Group and tell us what you think! Meet new people, discuss teen concerns, help us develop programs, and discover what the library has to offer- all while earning volunteer credits and having fun. Snacks generously provided by the Friends of the Granite Falls Library. Contact the Granite Falls Sno-isle library for more information and a list of upcoming events, at 360.691.6087.
Our Vision: Working for a safe, healthy and drug-free community. Our Mission: The Granite Falls Community Coalition is a non-profit agency providing support services for children and their families through collaboration, communication, and education. The Coalition is committed to the common goal of building a safe, healthy and drug-free community, with the reduction of youth substance abuse being our principal mission. Interested in participating or learning more about the coalition? Visit our Website or Facebook page!
Summer Lunch Program
The Summer Lunch Program is a FREE lunch served from June through August at the Granite Falls Middle School Multi-Purpose Room from 12-1 pm Monday through Friday. Lunch is Free to all kids ages 1-18. If you have any questions, please contact the Child Nutrition Department @ 360.283.4310.
Family Literacy Nights & Reading
Literacy Nights provide an opportunity for Monte Cristo, Mountain Way & Middle School families to access the school library outside of the school day. Families can check out books, return books, learn more about AR, take AR quizzes, check AR points and goals, read together as a family, earn AR points to win a bike, learn how to find books to meet individual reading and interest levels, check out books for classroom assignments, receive help to access Sno-Isle library resources, and talk to the elementary school librarian. Reading with Rover is a volunteer program whose mission is to inspire children to discover the joy of reading while developing literacy skills and confidence in a safe environment using certified Reading with Roverdogs. Check out this program at www.readingwithrover.org/. See the District Calendar for date/time information.
Operation School Bell
Assistance League of Everett has been providing new school clothes to over 75,000 students-in-need through our Operation School Bell program since 1965. We look forward to meeting and serving your students this year. If you have questions, please don't hesitate to call 425-252-8671.
The program helps students who rely on school meals throughout the week and need continued meal support over the weekend. Through this program, students are sent home with a small backpack of food on Friday. The hope is that this food will help "replace" the breakfast/lunch they usually get at school. The students return the backpack to school on the following Monday or Tuesday, so that the backpack can be refilled for the Friday at the end of that week. If you are interested in "sponsoring" a bag or helping with the needs of the kiddos in this community please contact Robynn Barth at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more about the program here (.pdf).
Granite Falls High School Younglife Club
Everyone is welcome in Young Life! Our programs are custom made for kids throughout their adolescent years. Young Life is the name of our organization and is also the term we use for our program with high school students. We call our middle school program WyldLife. The initiative for college and university students is called Young Life College. For more information, contact Tiff Wyatt at 425.870.5486.