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Getchell students compete in 'Orca Bowl'

Marysville Getchell High School students went to the Orca Bowl on Feb. 24 to compete against teams from across the state about their knowledge of the oceans. This is the first year that Getchell, or M...

 

Knowledge Bowl tests students' skills

If you know what the shell on a crab's back is called or what material is used in parquetry then you're probably ready for the Knowledge Bowl. Arlington High School staff members and students...

 

Arlington High School Knowledge Bowl students test their intellectual skills against AHS staff during a Knowledge Bowl on March 8. Arlington will be hosting the state Knowledge Bowl on March 17.

Arlington High School teacher Nick Brown has been recognized as the January Educator of the Month by the Snohomish County radio stations and the Law Offices of Rick Merrill. Brown has taught English...

 

Students explore options at Opportunity Expo

The Marysville School District held their sixth annual Opportunity Expo career and college fair to help local juniors explore their options after graduation. This year's expo was held on Feb. 27. The...

 

364th ESC partners with Shoultes Elem.

U.S. Army Reserve personnel and Shoultes Elementary School staff committed to the development of a partnership in education recently with the goal of enhancing their local civilian and military...

 

Lakewood recognizes Board Certified teachers

Two Lakewood teachers were recognized at the Feb. 21, Lakewood School Board meeting for receiving their National Board Certification. National Board Certification is an advanced teaching credential....

 

Community invited to Lakewood open house

The Lakewood School District has invited the public to see the new Lakewood High School on March 10 for an open house and ribbon cutting. The event is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a ribbon cutting at 10:30 a.m. “It’s just an opportunity...

 

Goolge brings augmented reality to Kent Prairie

Kent Prairie Elementary students experienced what it's like to see a tornado and travel to the sun using Google's augmented reality technology. A Google for Education representative visited the...

 

Miller serves as page

Ava Miller, a student at Marysville Getchell High School, served as a page recently in the Washington State House of Representatives. Sponsored by State Rep. June Robinson (D-Everett), Ava is the...

 

AHS may lose AFJROTC program

Arlington High School's AFJROTC program may end next year because of the U.S. Congress cutting funding to the program due to a lack of enrollment. The Air Force Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps...

 

Rotary honors students

Four outstanding middle and high school students were recognized on Jan. 25 by the Rotary Club of Arlington for making a difference. The Rotarians wanted to recognize students who stand out in differe...

 

Al-Rikabi, Desenberg named Students of the Month

Chanel Desenberg and Fatima Al-Rikabi were recognized as the February Students of the Month for Marysville for their academic work and community involvement. The Marysville Soroptimist and Kiwanis...

 

Local NAACP chapter names Robinson Student of the Month

Arlington High School senior Destiny Robinson was recognized Feb. 13 as the January Student of the Month for the Snohomish County Chapter of the NAACP. Robinson received a $100 cash scholarship and a...

 

Arlington K9 dogs visit school to interact with students

Two Arlington Police K9 dogs visited the Stillaguamish Valley Learning Center on Jan. 30 to show the students, parents and staff what they can do. Tara, a black lab, has been trained by her handler,...

 

Two Arlington High School teachers earn National Board Certification

Arlington High School teachers Jennifer Case and Ashleigh Beard have earned their National Board Certification. To become a National Board Certified Teacher, they had to go through a three-year proces...

 

School bond, levies on Feb. 13 ballot

The Feb. 13 Special Election ballot has several measures on it from the Arlington School District and Marysville School District. Ballots have been mailed out by Snohomish County and are due by Feb. 1...

 

Local fights for better special education funding

One local advocate hopes to improve some of the basics of special education funding by promoting more state funding. Former Marysville-Pilchuck High School student Preston Dwoskin has gone to the state legislature in Olympia many times in the past...

 

MSD's transfer period runs until Feb. 28

The Marysville School District’s Annual In-District Transfer Request/Choice Transfer Request (Out-of-District Variance) period for the 2018-2019 school year began on Feb. 1 and continues through Feb. 28. Forms are available at each school building...

 

Local teams do well in DECA competition

Marysville DECA teams brought home high ranks in the annual Area One Conference on Jan. 13, and Marysville-Pilchuck and Getchell students will be heading to the state competition in March. The DECA...

 

Female students explore STEM

Two students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) visited Arlington High School (AHS) on Jan. 19 to show 50 female high school students what jobs are available in the Science,...

 

Pierman, Estudillo are Students of the Month

Arthur Estudillo and Abagail Pierman, two Arts and Technology High School seniors, were recognized as January's Students of the Month. The two students were honored for their academic involvement at...

 

ISC students recognized for involvement

Marysville Getchell students Eden Au Nguyen and Carson Mielke were honored as December's Students of the Month for their work within their schools. The two seniors, from Marysville Getchell High Schoo...

 

MSD collects public input

The Marysville School District is planning for the future of their secondary schools and completed one of their first steps in gathering some public opinions. The district plans to take this school ye...

 

Arlington School Board welcomes Fay, Rosson

Judy Fay and Marc Rosson were sworn in as new board members during the Dec. 11 Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors meeting. Fay represents district area 3 which is comprised of the area north...

 

AHS DECA helps local families

The Arlington High School DECA program delivered food and other donations to families in need this week. This is the 23rd year that DECA students have gathered donations for families. The students...

 

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