Friends of Meany Middle School Ski Bus

We are excited to announce that we have finalized the details for the Friends of Meany Ski Bus. We will be partnering with Webbski. Established in 1965, Webbski is one of the most successful continuing ski instruction programs in the Northwest.

General Information: The program will run on Fridays from January 5, 2018 to February 9th. The bus will depart Meany at 4:15 pm and arrive at Snoqualmie Central Ski Resort at approximately 5:30. Lessons (for those who choose to enroll) will run from 7:30-8:45. The bus will depart the mountain at 9:30 and arrive back at Meany at approximately 10:30 pm.

Cost: The cost is $158.00 for transportation only or $286.50 for transportation and lessons. The cost to rent ski gear is $79.20 for 11 year olds and $132 for 12-13 year olds for the entire 6 weeks. The rental cost for a snowboard and boots is $25 for 11 year olds and $30 for 12 and older. Lift tickets are $45 per night ($15 per night for the magic carpet only) for ages 7-12 and $50 for ages 13 and up. If you think your child will ski at Snoqualmie Pass more than 8 times this season, a season pass might make sense. Scholarships are available for students this year.

Registration: There are three ways you can register your child for this program. Forms are due ASAP.

1) On Tuesday, December 12th at 6:00 pm at Meany we will have an information/registration night. You can register your student then.

2) Download a registration packet and mail it to Webbski, Inc., 303 North 55th St., Seattle WA 98103.

3) Call Webbski directly at 206-782-5641 and have them mail you a registration packet.

Volunteering: Thanks to all of you that have indicated a willingness to help get the program started. We will send out a separate email detailing ways you can contribute, including chaperoning.

If you have questions please contact Webbski directly at (206) 782-5641, or www.webbski.com. You may also contact parent organizers Johnn Sullivan at John.sullivan@cbre.com or Fred Kaplan at fredkaplancatering@gmail.com or Rusty Hibbert at rustyhibbert@yahoo.com.