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On July 13, 2020 the Marysville School District Board of Directors will receive a report from the district Instructional Materials and Curriculum Committee (IMCC) recommending adoption of the following instructional materials for grades 9-12: AP Modern Course Ways of the World.

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Rotary Club of Arlington announced the recipients of $60,000 in scholarships to graduating students from Arlington, Darrington and Lakewood last week. Each 2020 graduate will receive $5,000 for continuing education. The 2020 scholarship recipients are: 

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The State Board of Education, the Educational Opportunity Gap Oversight and Accountability Committee (EOGOAC), and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction have identified schools state-wide to receive academic recognition for the 2018 - 2019 school year. Heritage High School and P…

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Based on a review of existing meal locations and parent feedback, Arlington Public Schools added an additional meal distribution site at Pioneer Elementary which began serving meals on Monday, April 13. This brings the total meal distribution sites to 18 throughout the school district’s serv…

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The Marysville School District currently has a vacancy for one of their board member positions, however the current application deadline may be pushed back due to the coronavirus.

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Arlington’s AFJROTC teams participated in a number of competitions this season and a couple of students will move on to the regional competition this month.

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The Marysville School Board will be accepting applications to replace the position of Marysville School District, District 5 Board Director, serving the areas of Sunnyside and Allen Creek Elementary.  State law requires the remaining school board members to appoint a replacement within 90 da…

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Marysville-Pilchuck High School seniors Alexis Bennett and T.J. Severn were honored for their community service and academic engagement with the February Student of the Month awards.

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Lakewood and Marysville students have the opportunity to apply for thousands of dollars in scholarships until April as Marysville Rotary’s scholarships are now open.

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Arlington High School students are helping to design metal banners for the new Arlington Valley Road as part of their advanced manufacturing class.

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After almost a decade on the Marysville School District board of directors Tom Albright has resigned due to health reasons.

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Eight outstanding middle and high school students from the Arlington, Darrington and Lakewood school districts were recognized Feb. 20 by the Rotary Club of Arlington for making a difference in their respective schools. The Rotarians wanted to xrecognize students who stand out in different w…

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The Marysville Rotary honored Marysville-Pilchuck High School student Zachary Schalo with their Rotary Service Award on Jan. 23.

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The Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors requested in 2018 that Snohomish County and the city of Arlington begin collecting school impact fees in 2019. Washington state public schools are permitted to request that counties and cities impose fees on new residential construction within …

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The Tour of Lights brought local families to a Cedarcrest Golf Course decorated with holiday lights and displays as the annual event returns to Marysville.

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Families came down for a powwow and holiday gifts as part of the Christmas Powwow put on by Tulalip Youth Services and the Marysville School District on Dec. 14.

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Two replacement levies will be on the ballot this February for the Lakewood School District that would help fund extra-curricular activities and educational programs, technology improvements and facilities maintenance.

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Mary Levesque and Mike Ray were sworn in as new board members during the Dec. 9 Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors meeting. Levesque represents district area 4 which includes parts of downtown Arlington and Gleneagle. Ray represents district area 1 which includes Arlington Heights a…

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At its Nov. 25 meeting, the Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors voted to maintain the current Educational Programs and Operations Levy tax rate at $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed value for 2020. The board is required to certify the tax amount to Snohomish County each year in November. T…

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The Arlington School Board recently approved a $3 million purchase and sale agreement with Miles Sand and Gravel for 180 acres of land located at 9102 SR 530.

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Marysville-Pilchuck High School student Mariem Chenek was honored for her volunteer work in the community on Nov. 26.

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The Arlington Kiwanis Club, in conjunction with the nonprofit “The Dictionary Project” and Friends of the Arlington Library, recently donated dictionaries to third graders in the Arlington, Darrington and Lakewood School Districts. 

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During the Nov. 25 Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors meeting, directors Kay Duskin and Dr. Jeff Huleatt were recognized for their many years of service to the students. Duskin and Huleatt served a combined 36 years on the board and decided not to run again for their seats on the board. 

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The Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors has been named a Board of Distinction by the Washington State School Directors' Association (WSSDA). They were recognized on Nov. 22 during the WSSDA Annual Conference. This is the second time the Arlington School Board has been recognized with…

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Students Mackensie Connelly and Parker Devereux were recognized for their athletic and academic achievements with the November Students of the Month award.

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The Arlington School Board will put a bond to replace Post Middle School, a classroom and security levy, as well as a replacement levy before the voters in February.

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Kent Prairie Elementary students have been gathering school supplies over the past few weeks so they can donate them to students in Uganda. For the past 30 years, an organization called Sister Schools has been working with schools to help with the donations to schools and orphanages in Uganda. 

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The Marysville School Board unanimously approved sending to voters in February a $120 million levy measure to rebuild two schools and add security improvements to other schools.

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Arlington High School had an evacuation on Oct. 22 after a homemade explosive device was set off in a bathroom at the school.

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 The Regional Apprenticeship Pathways (RAP) program kicked off this year and students are already learning skills that can help them graduate and focus on their careers. The RAP Center is located on the Marysville-Pilchuck High School campus and the program is a partnership between Marysvill…