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MSD seeks input on future of schools

The Marysville School District is looking into their high school and middle school structure to see if changes need to be made and is hoping for public participation in that process. District official...

 

Haller students Skype with NASA engineer

Haller Middle School students Skyped with NASA engineer, Nujoud Merancy, on Oct. 5 to learn more about the Orion spacecraft and its mission. Merancy is the planning and analysis lead engineer for...

 

Students learn life-saving skills from firefighters

Firefighters from the Arlington Fire Department are visiting Arlington elementary schools giving students important tips that could save their lives during a fire. Students learned how to: stay low...

 

AHS Band offers free Car Wash

The Arlington High School Bands will hold their 21st annual Car Wash-A-Thon on Saturday, Sept. 30. The event will take place in front of the Arlington High School gymnasium at 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd in Arlington from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students...

 

MSD supports Freeman School District

One student was killed and three were injured in a school shooting in Rockford, Wash., on Sept. 13 and Marysville School Superintendent Becky Berg has traveled there to support the Freeman School District. After the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck Hi...

 

Arlington schools discuss bond proposal

Arlington School District staff are preparing a recommendation for a bond proposal that could go to the voters in 2018 that would include rebuilding Post Middle School. The district held a meeting wit...

 

Teachers, districts agree to contracts

Both the Marysville School District and Arlington School District reached agreements with their teachers for contracts the week before school started this year. Many area districts, including seven...

 

Safety, caution important around school buses

As the school year starts after Labor Day, buses will return to their routes and local motorists should keep safety in mind when on the road.. Traci Tobler, transportation manager for the Marysville S...

 

Community invited to workshop to discuss Post Middle School

Arlington Public Schools (APS) invites parents, students, staff and community members to a workshop on Thursday, Sept. 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Post Middle School commons to explore ideas for a...

 

APS OKs administrative changes

The Arlington Public Schools' (APS) Board of Directors confirmed the following administrative changes at its Aug. 14 meeting. The change are: Ryan Barci - Barci is the new Assistant Principal at...

 

MSD discusses proposed budget

Marysville School District officials talked about their proposed budget for the upcoming school year at a special work session on Aug. 10. Finance department members at the district had to work...

 

Kids get school supplies at Tulalip Bash

Tulalip Tribal members and other Marysville Native American students can come to Tulalip Youth Services' Back to School Bash for free backpacks, supplies and other services. The Aug. 23 event also...

 

Arlington School Board approves strategic plan

The Arlington Public Schools (APS) Board of Directors approved a new strategic plan at its July meeting. The strategic plan provides direction for the board, district leadership, teachers, parents and students and includes actionable strategies that...

 

Districts preparing bus drivers for upcoming year

Local school districts are preparing their bus drivers for the upcoming school year and hope to attract enough drivers for the new year. The Arlington School District and Marysville School District...

 

M-PHS shooting lawsuit settled for $18 million

An $18 million settlement was reached on July 28 between the families of the children who were killed or injured in the 2014 Marysville-Pilchuck High School shootings and the insurance company that represents the Marysville School District. The...

 

MSD school supply drive continues until Aug. 4

Local businesses and the city of Marysville will be collecting donations of school supplies for families in need for two weeks until Aug. 4. The "Stuff the Bus" initiative began July 24. The goal of...

 

MSD provides free lunches for kids

The Marysville School District's free summer lunch program, which provides meals to any child who goes to one of their sites, began on July 5. The program will continue through Aug. 25 with times for...

 

Arts & Tech recognizes outstanding seniors

Marysville Arts and Technology High School recognized their graduating seniors during their Senior Awards Night on June 8. The night honors students who have been a part of their senior class,...

 

Grace Academy Graduation

Grace Academy held its graduation for the Class of 2017 on June 3....

 

Soroptimists award scholarships

The Soroptimist International of Marysville gave out scholarships to 11 local women students this year at their annual awards breakfast on June 6. The $1,500 scholarships are one of the main ways that...

 

AHS students compete at DECA conference

Arlington High School DECA students competed at the international conference last month in Anaheim and placed well in their categories. Senior Edward Radion earned fourth in Financial Consulting....

 

Tuomisto is new assistant principal

The Arlington Public Schools' Board of Directors confirmed the selection of Leslie Tuomisto as a new assistant principal of Arlington High School during their regular board meeting on May 22....

 

Arlington schools discuss possible bond proposals

A new Post Middle School building and other facilities needs were discussed between community members and Arlington School District officials on May 30. District officials and community members have...

 

MSD discusses future of SLCs

Marysville Getchell High School was designed as four smaller schools, or Small Learning Communities, but the future of those SLCs is now uncertain. The Marysville School District's board of directors...

 

Arlington AFJROTC cadets compete for first time at Nationals

Cadets from Arlington High School's Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) attended the National High School Drill Team Championships for the first time in the program's history...

 

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