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Message to our Friends, Families and Community

Our world changed last Friday when we experienced a senseless and heartbreaking tragedy, one that has rippled beyond the Marysville School District and felt throughout our community, state and nation.

Thank you to the countless people who have reached out with prayers, words of encouragement and to let us know you are with us.  The support from our community has been overwhelming. Thank you especially to our friends and partners here in the Marysville community, including the Tulalip Tribes, Marysville Police Department, and the City of Marysville.

Today, we are all grieving the loss of our Marysville Pilchuck High School students. Young lives were claimed too soon and we send our deepest condolences. We ask you to join us in remembering each child who was impacted. We share in the grief with the families and friends of all, and we also continue to hold the remaining children who are hospitalized in our hearts and minds.

Thank you for all your support.  It is forever appreciated. 

Dr. Becky Berg, Superintendent

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October 26, 2014, 11:30 am

All media requests are directed to Aaron Toso, @ aaront@gallatinpa.com or call (253) 495-1296.

October 28, 2014, 3:08 pm
Donations for the Victims and Families
The district has had many inquiries on where to send donations to support the families and the victims.  A special account has been set up at Heritage Bank (formerly Whidbey Island Bank), 1031 State Ave, Marysville, (360) 657-3100. Donations can also be sent to the Rotary Education Foundation (PO Box 1875, Marysville, WA 98270). 
The Rotary Education Foundation will serve as the recipient of funds.  A steering committee will be established to disperse funds. The committee will consist of two representatives from the School District, City, Tulalip Tribes and Rotary Education Foundation.

October 31, 2014, 10:35 am
Modified Schedule for MPHS Students
A modified schedule has been developed for MPHS students. On Monday, 11/3, school will resume with a modified schedule.   For more information, call MPHS at (360) 653-0600 or the district office at (360) 653-7058.

Visit our News and Achievements site!         

https://sites.google.comhttps://docs.google.com/a/msvl.k12.wa.us/forms/d/1ebM0PPY8emI0zzrB6B40zd69eXpMZhqi5eHiT49t0u4/viewformClick on the icon to share your appreciation, thoughts, and / or concerns.
 Click on the icon to take a brief survey.  The Washington State legislature recently passed a new law, Senate Bill 6552, authorizing the State Board of Education to develop rules to implement a 24 credit diploma, starting with the graduating class of 2019.  Within this law, it declares that the state may no longer require students to complete a culminating project as a condition for graduation, beginning with the class of 2015.  However, school districts may choose to continue to require a senior project as part of district requirements.
The Marysville School District is conducting a brief survey of students, staff, parents and community members regarding the graduation policy for Culminating Projects as they decide whether to keep it as a district requirement for graduation.  For more information on our current district graduation requirements, please visit our policies and procedures, Policy No. 2410.  


Marysville Administrative Team excited about the start of the new school year!


Welcome to the 2014-15 school year! 
Below you will find some helpful information for the upcoming year:

Back to School Guide
Watch for the annual Back to School Guide in your mailbox!  Guides were distributed on August 20th.  The Back to School Guide includes bus schedules, annual notices, vaccination requirements and more.  Click on the link to view an electronic copy of the Back to School Guide.

Marysville Administrative Team Excited about the New School Year!

Free and Reduced Meals Applications - UPDATE September 10, 2014*
Marysville School District participates in a federal program that qualifies students for Free or Reduced meals who 
meet the criteria established by federal regulations. For more information please see the Free and Reduced Meal applications here- in English, in Spanish.
For breakfast and lunch prices and menus, please visit our Food Services Page.
  Free breakfast is available for all students Kindergarten - 12th grade who qualify for reduced status.  Students in grades Kindergarten - 3rd who meet the criteria for reduced
may also be served a free lunch.   

*Deadline Approaching

October 15, 2014 will be the last day your child(s) 2013-14 lunch status will be in effect. In order to continue to qualify for Free or Reduced meals for the 2014-15 school year a new application will need to be completed and submitted. Upon review of your application, your status for the 2014-15 school year will be determined, you will receive notification of the determination. One application per household is all that is required. Applications are available on the Marysville School District website or in your school office. You may submit your applications to your child(s) school office, the Food Service Office located on the Marysville Pilchuck Campus or at the Marysville School District Service Center. 

Please contact 360.657.0935 with any questions.

Please note: We cannot accept applications that have been faxed.

School Supply List
A general school supply list is provided here for all grades.

School Calendar
The Marysville School District and the Marysville Education Association recognizes the need to provide calendar information for the school year as early as possible.  While we have shared a "perpetual" calendar earlier this summer, that calendar did not include early release and non-school days.  What parents and staff can count on for the upcoming year is that every Friday will be an early release day for students and professional development for staff (with a few non-school days also on Friday's). The calendar is the Parent Calendar which provides additional detail.  Click on LINK to view calendar.  

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