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Final recommendation for MSD schools coming soon

The Marysville School District may be moving to boundaries for their high schools as the staff recommendation will be going to their board of directors soon. Since the beginning of last school year...

 

Students learn about other areas, cultures

Good books can take us on different adventures to experience new worlds but Flat Stanley takes this one step further. Haller Middle School Life Skills students learned about different countries and...

 

Students help out at Mother Nature's Window

Students from Marysville Getchell High School's Environmental Club are helping to clear trail and remove invasive species at Mother Nature's Window. Since early May, members of the club have spent...

 

Students learn science, engineering at Mars Day

Haller Middle School students built makeshift solar panels, programmed robots, created aquaponics, and more as part of their second annual 'Mars Day' on June 14. Sixth-graders at the school got to...

 

Thompson will serve as interim superintendent

Former deputy superintendent Jason Thompson will serve as the Marysville School District's interim superintendent until next summer while the school board searches for the district's next leader....

 

Native American students honored

Native American fifth-graders in the Marysville School District gathered at the Hibulb Cultural Center on May 31 to celebrate their elementary school graduation. Parents, school district officials...

 

Marysville schools celebrate diversity

The Marysville School District hosted a variety of dancers, food and activities at their first Festival of World Cultures on May 18. The event was held to celebrate the various types of diversity in t...

 

Arts & Tech students provide free computer repair help

Locals received free computer repair help during the Computer Repair Day from the Marysville Arts and Technology High School's Computer Repair Lab. The repair lab is a school program that helps studen...

 

Arlington's Mathmobile helps prevent summer slide

A new Mathmobile will be rolling through the streets of Arlington this summer to help students maintain their academic skills during the long summer break. During the summer, many children lose knowledge and skills, which is commonly referred to as...

 

Older students help younger students in BAM Buddies program

A new program at Presidents Elementary School is allowing older elementary students to work with younger students who might need extra help with their school work. The BAM Buddies is an intervention p...

 

APS director, former board members earn WASA awards

Arlington Public Schools' Director of Early Learning and Categorical Programs and two former school board members were recognized with Sno-Isle Region 109 Washington Association of School Administrato...

 

School lunch volunteers honored with Mayor's award

Two women who bring kindness to middle school lunch periods were honored by Mayor Jon Nehring as Volunteers of the Month at the April 23 meeting of the Marysville City Council. Renee Bigwarfe and...

 

Swing Into Spring Dessert Dance set for May 11 & 12

Mark your calendars for Friday, May 11, and Saturday, May 12, for the Arlington High School Jazz Band's 25th annual Swing Into Spring Dessert Dance, held in the AHS Commons, 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd., at 7 p.m. Students invite jazz fans to shine up...

 

Lakewood names valedictorians, salutatorians

Lakewood High School named four students as their 2018 valedictorians and salutatorians in recognition of their academic achievements this May. Palina Buchanan and Paige Shimkus are the...

 

Arlington High School teacher garners SkillsUSA award

Teri Bravomejia, Arlington High School teacher, has been named the SkillsUSA Washington Advisor of the Year. Bravomejia is the Culinary Arts teacher at the high school. She received her recognition du...

 

Conversations with Cops help students connect with police

High school students are learning a lot about Arlington Police thanks to a community-oriented police outreach program. The Arlington Police Department has started a program called "Conversations with...

 

Sunnyside Elementary hosts STEAM Fair

Sunnyside Elementary students experimented with robots, built structures and bridges, and learned about science during their first STEAM Fair. The April 25 event took place through the entire day and...

 

ASD gathers public opinion on failed bond

The Arlington School District is holding a number of upcoming meetings to gather opinions on their failed February 2018 bond proposal. The district's proposed $107.5 million bond measure would have...

 

AHS band raising funds to buy new uniforms

The Arlington High School band continued their efforts to raise funds for new uniforms with a live jazz dinner on April 18. Wild Rose Bistro & Catering hosted the evening, and many downtown...

 

Melohusky, Howat named Students of the Month

Katelynn Melohusky and Philip "Jake" Howat were recognized for their academic achievements with the Student of the Month award for April. The Student of the Month award is given out by the Marysville...

 

Public can help MSD plan strategic vision

The Marysville School District is inviting local families to a community meeting on April 21 to discuss the future direction of local schools. The district has been working on a plan for their schools over the past year and been talking with many...

 

Arlington's Colin Nelson named WITEA Rookie Teacher of the Year

Arlington Public Schools middle school teacher Collin Nelson has been recognized as the Rookie Teacher of the Year by the Washington Industrial Technology Education Association (WITEA). Nelson is a...

 

Haller, Japanese students share cultures

Nineteen Japanese teenagers visited Arlington for 10 days recently and experienced how students learn in America. They went to class with Haller Middle School students this week. "The purpose of the...

 

Phung, Granger named Students of the Month

Marysville Getchell Bio-Med Academy students Jamie Phung and Ben Granger were honored for their work in the community and in their school. Jamie and Ben are March's Students of the Month, an award...

 

Marysville-Pilchuck HS hosts JROTC competition

Marysville-Pilchuck High School hosted this year's JROTC Northwest Drill and Rifle Regional Competition on March 17. The Navy Junior Reserves Officer Training Corps program at M-PHS helps teach...

 

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