Student Welfare Support

MSHS PTSA provides food, clothing, toiletries and other support to students in need, via school staff. Your donations will help us provide basic needs so that students can be ready to learn.

Ongoing donation requests (in order of need):
  • Instant Oatmeal packets (Maple & Brown Sugar is the favorite)
  • Nutritious protein/granola bars 
  • Nutritious snacks (beef jerky, crackers, fruit snacks...)
  • Mac and Cheese bowls
Donations can be dropped off at the Snoqualmie Fire Station

Are you a student in need? Please contact your counselor so they can connect you to helpful resources like our Student Welfare program and supply closet. We're all there to help! You can set up an appointment online Here.
Internet Service
Internet service is available for $9.95 per month plus tax through Comcast's Internet Essentials program. Families who have a child that receives free or reduced price school lunches may be eligible. Low-cost computers and free internet training is also available to qualified customers. More information: or 1-888-846-8376.
Free printing services at KCLS libraries
KCLS library card holders can print up to 75 black & white pages a week FREE, or 25 color.
Guide to Community Resources
CLICK HERE for the resource guide. 
Low Income Resources for Snoqualmie Residents
CLICK HERE to download the resource guide. 
Free Medical Care:
Care Point Clinic seeks to provide free health care for people of all ages without insurance or in between health care providers in the Snoqualmie Valley. Wednesdays 10am-4pm. Located on the campus of Snoqualmie Valley Alliance Church in Fall City.