Marysville School District graduates from all four high schools rode through the city as part of the second annual graduate car parade on June 12.
The Lakewood School District will be able to avoid numerous cuts to their programs next year as voters passed their proposed educational programs and operations levy on April 27.
A local teacher who helped bring a man having a mental health crisis back off of the Quil Ceda Creek overpass was recognized by Marysville officials on April 26.
Community members urged the Marysville School Board, before and during the April 21 school board meeting, to take action in addressing racism and prejudice in the district.
Lakewood voters will vote on a school levy on the April 27 Special Election ballot that is the district’s last chance to receive funds for programs and staff that will otherwise be cut next school year.
Arlington High School will soon receive an expansion and renovation that will bring in additional classrooms, a new tech workshop and a construction workshop for theater sets.
Tulalip leader and former state legislator John McCoy was recognized on April 9 by the Washington state Senate for his years of service in the state legislature.
An Amazon distribution center could be up and running in Smokey Point before the end of the year, potentially bringing a significant number of new jobs to the area.
After two death threat incidents targeting minorities, local Black families and activists are calling for the resignation of Marysville School District leadership because of their handling of those incidents.
Weston High School’s standards and educational practices remain high as they will remain accredited after a review process from the Washington Association of Educational Service Districts.
Arlington High School students returned to campus for the first time in about a year as they resumed in-person learning in a hybrid model beginning on March 22.
Haller Middle School students conducted science experiments to help prove the efficacy of handwashing when they returned to in-person learning recently.
Pandemic restrictions are being loosened again as Snohomish County enters Phase 3 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery reopening plan.
The Arlington School District hopes to broadcast its home sports games online at Eagle News Media for community members who want to watch the local high school sports.
No fans are currently allowed at school sports events but the Marysville School District is hoping a new broadcasting program will help community members watch the games and support the teams.
The Marysville School District held a virtual community forum on March 4 to talk with the two final applicants for the district’s executive director of special education and student services.
Lakewood School District voters will decide in April on a $19 million three-year levy meant to provide staff and, safety and educational programs to the district.
As local school districts begin the slow process of reopening, officials hope to remind locals to watch out for school buses and school zones again.