Arlington Public Schools has been awarded a digital imaging grant from the Washington State Archives to digitize its permanent student records. Permanent student records – which include a student’s middle and high school transcripts, elementary enrollment history and grade progression, legac…
Less than two weeks are left to help hundreds of Marysville, Lakewood and Tulalip students get the school supplies they need for the upcoming school year. Donations are being accepted through Aug. 9 to help the area’s most at-risk youth.
Arlington High School (AHS) students in the Advanced Engineering/Manufacturing class spent the year engineering and designing bike racks for the city of Arlington. The city was in need of new bike racks and partnered with the high school to have the students design the racks.
The community’s help is needed to make sure hundreds of Marysville and Tulalip students have the tools they need to succeed. To help local children a School Supply Drive is currently underway. During the supply drive, which began July 1, community members can drop off critically needed sch…
Students at Arlington’s Haller Middle School built solar panels, aquaponics systems to recycle water and other projects on June 18 in an attempt to built a mock Mars colony.
The Lakewood School Board selected Scott Peacock, Deputy Superintendent of the Snohomish School District, to be the next superintendent of the local school district.
Arlington Public Schools was recently audited for fiscal year 2017-18 by the Washington State Auditor’s Office and the results were published on May 20. School districts are audited every year by the auditor’s office. The auditor’s opinion indicates Arlington’s financial statements were fair…
Marysville Getchell High School students Taylor Knocke and Evan Krautkremer were honored as the April Students of the Month for their work at their school.
The Lakewood School District plans to build a new middle school STEM lab, a new Cougar Creek Elementary roof and a new district office with leftover funds from their bond.
Marysville Getchell High School student Cristina Velasco has more than 600 hours of volunteer service for the past three years and was recently recognized by the Marysville Rotary.
The Marysville School District Equity, Diversity, and Indigenous Education Department invite families, students, staff and the community to an evening of cultural exploration and discovery through food, music, dance, and art. The Festival of World Cultures, takes place on Friday, May 17, fr…
Four middle and high school students who have made a difference in their schools were recognized April 18 by the Rotary Club of Arlington. The Rotarians wanted to recognize students who stand out in different ways in their schools. The Rotary Club also donated $50 to a charity of the student…
Sadie Hollingsworth, Arlington High School senior, attended the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Signing Day at the State Capitol in Olympia on April 12.
U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen visited Arlington and Marysville schools on April 16 to tour local career and technical education opportunities for students.
Allen Creek Elementary celebrated it’s 25th anniversary on April 18 with former and current students, parents and teachers coming out for an open house.
Arlington students learned more about local career opportunities besides college at the third annual Arlington High School Skilled Trades Fair on April 9.
Local school districts are deciding to waive days or not to deal with the impacts of the many snow days this year because of the February weather.
Arlington Public Schools’ Safety Committee has been awarded a grant from the Educational Service District (ESD) 113 Workers’ Compensation Trust to improve safety conditions in schools. The $5,000 grant will be used to pay for protective equipment for Special Education staff, step stools for …
Arlington High School’s Mark McDougall is more than the school’s campus security officer; he’s a role model who tries to make connections with all of the school’s nearly 1,600 students. This was why he was nominated for the 2019 Washington State Classified School Employee of the Year.
Marysville-Pilchuck High School seniors Leonardo Jaramillo and Grayce Federspiel were recognized for their academics and athletics. The two students were awarded the March Student of the Month awards.
Mountain View Arts and Technology High School students Raechel Gilyeat and Justina Thompson were recognized by the Marysville Rotary Club for the work they do for their community.
Nearly 30 Stillaguamish Valley Learning Center (SVLC) middle schoolers visited Arlington High School on Jan. 15 to work with calculus students to improve their math skills. The skills the middle schoolers needed to work on were identified through their assessment scores.
Marysville Mountain View and Arts and Technology High School students KeAnna Moon and James Hollis were recognized for their work as student leaders with the January Student of the Month award.
Kindergarten registration for Arlington Public Schools families opens Tuesday, Feb. 19. Parents may go to the office of their neighborhood school to complete a registration packet. Each elementary school will hold a kindergarten orientation night in May.
Eagle Creek Elementary’s Great Kindness Challenge took place Jan. 28 to Feb. 1. Arlington agencies and community members visited the school to be role models of kindness, as they worked with students on kindness projects. This is the third year of the program at Eagle Creek.
Native American liaisons with the Marysville School District recognized four local students as the Equity, Diversity and Indigenous Education Students of the Month on Jan. 22.
Thirty-two Arlington High School (AHS) DECA students qualified to move on to the state DECA competition after competing on Jan. 12 at the Area 1 DECA Competition at Monroe High School.
The Marysville-Pilchuck High School DECA Club had success in the Jan. 19 regional competition and nine of their members will be heading to state this year.
Marysville’s Grace Academy broke ground on Jan. 8 for a $6 million extension of the school that will add new classrooms and improve the school’s activity center.
At the Dec. 19, 2018, Lakewood School Board meeting Jeremy Toponce was sworn into office replacing Oscar Escalante representing Lakewood School Director District #1. Mr. Escalante resigned his Board position effective Oct. 10, 2018. Mr. Toponce was selected from a field of two highly quali…