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Tulalip Youth Services continue their third annual “Unity Month” with efforts to promote kindness and anti-bullying by holding a Kindness Dance on Oct. 11.

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At the Sept. 19 Board meeting Director Oscar Escalante submitted his letter of resignation from his position as Lakewood School Board Director for Director District #1. His resignation was effective Oct. 10, 2018. Director Escalante began serving as a Board member for the Lakewood School Dis…

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Arlington Public Schools is using a new visitor management system called SafeVisitor Solutions. Visitor management systems strengthen safety and security in schools by conducting an instant background check on all visitors, creating an electronic visitor log, and streamlining the volunteer a…

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The Arlington Education Foundation invited community members to taste wine and participate in their silent auction at their wine tasting fundraiser on Sept. 28.

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The Arlington Education Foundation is hosting eight wineries for their second annual Wines, Brews and Cruizin’ tasting fundraiser on Sept. 28.

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It’s been 17 years but for many first responders the 9/11 terrorist attacks are as fresh as if they happened yesterday, and the stories of the heroes that day are as impactful today as there were on Sept. 11, 2001. This is what firefighters at Station 46 hope Post Middle School eighth-grader…

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As students return to school, school buses will be out again every morning and afternoon, and local officials urge you to remember to keep student safety in mind while driving.

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For the third year in a row, Arlington Public Schools continues to provide school supplies for all students in the district. In 2014, a Fees Committee reviewed the costs of items like school supplies that impacted families. The School Board gave direction to find ways to ease the impact of f…

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The Marysville School District Foundation hopes to grow its membership this year to expand their efforts to support local students and local schools

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With students returning to school this week, the Lakewood School District plans to put the finishing touches on their recently constructed high school this year and then launch new education initiatives.

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Tulalip Youth Services and volunteers helped hand out hundreds of backpacks to Tulalip youth as part of the Tribes’ annual Back to School Bash on Aug. 22.

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In an effort to help as many children as possible, Marysville's Stuff the Bus campaign is being extended through Labor Day. Donations are still needed from the community to help hundreds of students in need. 

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Students from Marysville Getchell High School's Environmental Club are helping to clear trail and remove invasive species at Mother Nature's Window.

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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.

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

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The Marysville School District hosted a variety of dancers, food and activities at their first Festival of World Cultures on May 18.

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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 the “summer slide.” Participating in summer…

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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 program that was started this spring. There are a total of 22 students in the program.

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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 Administrators (WASA) awards on May 10.

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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 during the SkillsUSA Washington State Conference held April 19-21 in Yakima.

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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.

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Sunnyside Elementary students experimented with robots, built structures and bridges, and learned about science during their first STEAM Fair.

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The Marysville School District is inviting local families to a community meeting on April 21 to discuss the future direction of local schools.

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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.

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Haller Middle School Leadership students recently organized a food drive to benefit the Arlington Food Bank. The students gathered more than 1,500 pounds of food and $1,700 for the food bank. Haller students and families donated to the food drive.

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Marysville-Pilchuck High School students were one of the few groups chosen to see the Broadway hit musical “Hamilton” on March 14 in Seattle.

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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 for 25 years and also coaches the boys basketball team. Brown was recognized on Feb. 21, and …

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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.

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The Marysville School District held their sixth annual Opportunity Expo career and college fair to help local juniors explore their options after graduation.