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M-PHS NJROTC hosts competition

The Marysville NJROTC team held a meet at Marysville-Pilchuck High School on Feb. 11, bringing competition and teamwork to the local school. The Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps is a program meant to instill citizenship in students in a...

 

Helping youth re-engage with education

Everett Community College's Youth Re-engagement Program provides an opportunity for local students who did not get a high school diploma a second chance at education. The program provides free college to local young people, along with help to keep...

 

Getchell students honored for excellence

Two seniors from the Marysville Getchell Academy of Construction and Engineering were recognized for their academics and participation in their school. Daniela Castro and Lester-Jedric Flores were honored with the December Student of the Month...

 

Sweeting gives State of the District

Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Chrys Sweeting talked about future goals and the current state of the district in her first Arlington State of the District on Jan. 26. Many of the district's student assessments show positive results, said...

 

Sweeting to give State of the District

Arlington School District Superintendent Chrys Sweeting will hold her first State of the District address on Jan. 26. This is the ninth annual State of the District for Arlington Public Schools, but the first for the district's new superintendent. Th...

 

AHS DECA collects food, cash donations to benefit local families

This December students from Arlington High School's DECA program helped collect food and cash donations outside the local Safeway and Walmart as part of the 22nd annual Santa's Little Helpers program. The program provides food to local families and...

 

MSD Superintendent named 'Citizen of the Year'

Marysville School District Superintendent Becky Berg was recognized for her work with Marysville schools and the community by the Snohomish County Camano Association of Realtors who named Berg as their 2016 Citizen of the Year. She was presented...

 

Hands-on science inspires students

Presidents Elementary students experienced what it's like to be scientists Dec. 7 at the mobile Seattle Children's Science Adventure Lab. The students conducted experiments to determine how much sugar was in a simulated beverage. "It was really fun...

 

Internet safety expert speaks at Lakewood

Lakewood High School brought in internet safety expert Darren Laur to talk to parents and students about digital safety and other realities of the modern age. Laur is a retired Staff Sergeant from the Victoria City Police Department where he spent many years working investigations through the...

 

AHS DECA Club collecting food

If you’ve shopped at the Arlington Safeway or Walmart over the past week, you’ve probably seen Arlington High School DECA students collecting food at the doors. As shoppers enter the store, they are greeted by the DECA students who pass out grocery shopping lists of needed non-perishable...

 

Lakewood presentations focus on social media safety

Lakewood High School hopes that parents and students will benefit from two sessions on Nov. 30 about staying safe on social media and in the digital world. On that day students are scheduled to attend an assembly about social media safety and digital literacy. Later, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., another...

 

Chapman, Whyte named Students of the Month

Two Marysville-Pilchuck High School seniors were recognized for their community involvement and academics as the November Students of the Month. The award is given by the Marysville Kiwanis and Soroptimist clubs each month to students who excel at...

 

FFA develops leaders in agriculture industry

You're probably familiar with FFA, formerly Future Farmers of America, through students showing their livestock and agriculture when you visit the county fair, but FFA is much more than that. FFA is developing leaders in the agriculture industry...

 

Daguison, Varias named Students of the Month

Marysville Getchell Bio-Med Academy seniors Fitzpatrick Varias and Danielle Daguison were recognized as October Students of the Month for their volunteer efforts and school participation. The Student of the Month award is given by the Marysville Kiwa...

 

Duong, Koty named students of the month

Two Marysville-Pilchuck High School students, Steven Duong and Laura Koty, were recognized for their academics and school participation with the September Student of the Month Award. The award is given out by the Marysville Kiwanis and Soroptimist club to local Marysville students who are active in...

 

ASD accepting K-1 Highly Capable referrals

Arlington Public Schools is accepting Highly Capable Program referrals for kindergarten and first-grade students from Oct. 3–28. Referrals for other grades will be accepted in the spring for the 2017-18 school year. Students who are highly capable may possess, but are not limited to, the...

 

New interim principal, assistant principal take reins at AHS

Christine Hinojosa, former assistant principal at Arlington High School (AHS), has been appointed interim principal following the resignation of former principal Brian Beckley. Beckley took a new job in Everett Public Schools. Hinojosa was an assista...

 

State funds all-day kindergarten

This is the first school year that kindergarten will be free and all-day in all public elementary schools in the state of Washington. “With full-day kindergarten it just allows teachers to teach to the whole child. It’s not just about math and literacy skills now, but the emotional and social...

 

District, community discuss failed bond

Marysville School District officials met with local parents and other community members last week to find out their thoughts about the recently failed school bond and the district in general. District officials invited the public to three symposiums...

 

MSD shares assessment data

The Marysville School District would like to share the following information with the community regarding some of its school district assessment data. The district encourages community members to check the links below for information directly from the OSPI website. If you do not have access to the i...

 

MSD plans school bond symposiums

The Marysville School District is inviting members of the community to attend one of the three symposiums scheduled for next week to discuss the recent failed school bond measure and to provide their feedback to the district. The bond symposiums are...

 

School district hosts school supply drive

The Marysville School District will be gathering school supplies on Aug. 18 at their “Stuff the Bus!” event to support local families and students in the upcoming school year. Some supplies that students of all levels in the Marysville School District need include pencils, erasers, notebook...

 

Back2School Rally set for Aug. 21 in Arlington

Free backpacks, as well as a variety of activities for kids, will be available again this year at Arlington's annual Back2School Rally on Aug. 21. This year's rally is at Presidents Elementary at 505 E 3rd St., Arlington. The rally provides free...

 

Arlington teacher selected to attend 'Green Boot Camp'

Local Arlington science teacher Rachel Harrington, from Haller Middle School, will be one of 50 teachers from 13 countries to attend a "Green Boot Camp" to improve lessons for students on environmental sustainability. The five-day workshop from June...

 

ASD names Sweeting as Superintendent

The next Arlington School District superintendent will be Chrys Sweeting, currently the assistant superintendent of the Puyallup School District. She will start at the Arlington School District at the beginning of July. Current Arlington School...

 

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