Outreach is planned to begin soon to Marysville Pilchuck High School and Totem Middle School community members for the two school’s mascot change process.
The Marysville School District is beginning the process to shape replacement levies to go before district voters, potentially in this upcoming February's election.
A stout defense and more than 350 yards on the ground helped Marysville Pilchuck defeat Shorecrest 52-7 during its season opener on Sept. 3 at Quil Ceda Stadium.
With the prospects of a regularly scheduled season coming up, volleyball teams at high schools in Marysville, Lakewood and Arlington are looking to field experienced, competitive squads this fall.
High schools in Marysville, Arlington and Lakewood are looking to field competitive football teams in their respective conferences for the season that starts Friday.
The Marysville School Board on Aug. 4 approved facilitators and a “student-centered” plan for the mascot change process for Totem Middle School and Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
This summer, more than 30 Arlington students entering ninth grade in the fall are engaging in a course to help prepare them for high school. The project-based learning transition course utilizes English and math skills. The students’ project is to develop a plan to organize a walk-a-thon to …
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 Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors recognized “Simply Amazing” students and staff at its regular board meeting on May 24. The Simply Amazing program is a districtwide recognition of students and staff who stand out for going above and beyond at their schools.
On July 14, 2021, the Marysville School District Board of Directors will receive a report from the district Instructional Materials and Curriculum Committee recommending adoption of the following instructional material for grades 6-8: Second Step Digital Resources, Grade 5 FLASH Lesson Plan …
The Arlington High School Diversity Council hosted a gallery walk on May 19 to showcase the “See Every Eagle” project. Students involved with the Diversity Council, Yearbook staff, and ASB leadership collaborated this year with some mentors to ensure AHS photos that are on display throughout…
At the May 5, 2021, Lakewood School Board meeting Director Larry Bean submitted his letter of resignation from his position as Lakewood School Board Director for Director District #5. His resignation is effective May 5, 2021. Director Bean began serving as a Board member on June 2, 2010 an…
Marysville-Pilchuck High School students Julia Davis and Victoria Wilde were recognized for their volunteer service to the community as the April Students of the Month.
The Marysville School District Board of Directors is accepting applications to replace the position of District 3 Board Director, serving the central areas of the school district (see map for reference). Seat 3 became vacant when Director Pete Lundberg recently resigned his position for per…
Marysville Getchell High School students Kendall Leonard and Jerahmy Umayam were recognized as the March Students of the Month for their academics and involvement in their school.
Marysville Getchell High School students Kendall Leonard and Jerahmy Umayam were recognized for their academics and involvement in their school as the March Students of the Month.
Lakewood community members have been meeting for approximately two years to help shape the school district’s next vision statement about where local schools should go.
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.
Arlington parents who are keeping their students in online learning spoke up about concerns of unequal learning opportunities during a Feb. 16 Arlington school board meeting.
The Marysville School District is currently considering two final options for their high school boundaries and officials hope to make a decision by spring of this year.
Arlington middle and high school students are scheduled to return to class in March with a hybrid model after a vote by the Arlington School District board of directors on Feb. 9.
The Arlington School District plans to bring back fourth and fifth graders for in-school learning on Feb. 16 and are considering a March return for middle school students.
For Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Marysville-Pilchuck High School Black Student Union produced a virtual assembly for the school about Black people’s experience in Marysville.
Marysville Getchell High School seniors Skyla Tran and Jenasis Lee were recognized for their work in the community as December Students of the Month.
Arlington School District's second and third graders are scheduled to return to campus on Jan. 19, dependent on any future changes of guidelines from state health agencies.
When classes resume after the winter break in the Arlington School District, most students will spend at least the first several weeks taking classes virtually. The school district had to step back its re-opening plans as a result of the pandemic.