Information for the Upcoming School Year
Information for the Upcoming School Year
Marysville School District
Tuesday, July 31, 2018

School starts Wednesday, September 5!

Click HERE for the 2018-19 School Calendar and Annual Notifications.

We join teachers, secretaries, counselors, custodians, bus drivers, paraprofessionals, food service employees, and administrators in expressing excitement about a great upcoming school year! Even though we still have a month of summer fun left, we want to make sure you and your child are ready and prepared for the first day. 

Schools offices open to the public on Tuesday, August 21. If you have not registered your student, Kindergarten through grade eight (8) registration can be done in at your neighborhood school at this time. If you have a student entering high school, please visit the District Office at 4220 80th Street NE, Marysville WA 98270 to register. More details regarding registration can be found HERE

School starts on Wednesday, September 5 for students in grade one (1) through grade 12. Kindergarten will start on Monday, September 10. For those attending Developmental Preschool or ECEAP at the Early Learning Center, school will begin on Wednesday, September 12.

Note: The 2018-19 School Calendar is still under negotiation and will be released as soon as it is finalized. 

Other important dates and details

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Schools offices reopen

School buildings reopen to the public on Tuesday, August 21. Stop in to get your new student registered, ask any burning questions you’ve had over the summer break, or just say, “hello!” and get to know staff.

School supplies lists and back-to-school events

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School supplies lists can be found online HERE, and are also located on each school’s website by clicking on “menu” in the left corner. Printed copies can also be picked up at the District office. Back to school events will also be listed on each school’s website under “Events”.

Bus routes

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Bus routes will be available soon! Visit the Transportation Department’s website HERE for information on how to look up your child’s route, and pick up and drop off locations. Make sure to confirm prior to the first day of school in case there are any last minute changes, and feel free to contact the Transportation Team at 360-965-0300.

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Stay in the know!

Stay up-to-date throughout the school year by downloading our smart phone app for the Android and iPhone. With the app, you can sign up for school-specific and district-wide notifications, access documents, view upcoming events, and learn about all the great things happening across the Marysville School District. And you’ll never miss a beat if you LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram! Each school has a Facebook and Twitter account of their own, so look them up and start following!

Stuff the Bus continues!

A huge thanks to Rietta Costa! Rietta and Team Costa have been instrumental in the "Stuff the Bus" School Supplies Drive efforts. The Kick Off Event was a huge success, but we are far from our goal! Learn more about how you can help at www.msd25.org/stuff-the-bus-2018!

The "Stuff the Bus" School Supplies Drive continues through August 10.

We’ve joined the Salvation Army in “Stuffing the Bus” with school supplies this summer!

With additional support from the Marysville Community Food Bank, Marysville Parks Recreation and Culture Department, and some fantastic local businesses and non-profits dedicated to making a difference for our community’s children, we hope to ensure all kids in the Marysville District are prepared for a successful school year.

Stuff the bus flyer

If you are interested in donating or volunteering, there are many ways to help! Financial donations can be made online at www.bit.ly/SchoolSuppliesDonat... and volunteers for sorting and distribution can sign up at www.bit.ly/STB2018Volunteers. A variety of locations are also collecting supplies, including the School District Service Center, all City of Marysville buildings, the Marysville Library and many more. Just look for those familiar red Food Bank Barrels with a bus added! More details can be found at www.bit.ly/STB2018Locations.

If you are or have a student in the Marysville School District and need help getting your child school supplies for the fall, you can find an application form at www.bit.ly/suppliesneedsapp or stop in the Marysville Salvation Army located at 7227 44th Ave NE, Marysville.

Welcome from Interim Superintendent Jason Thompson

Photo: Interim Superintendent Jason Thompson

On behalf of all the staff at the Marysville School District, I want to thank you for being part of our schools and community, and for entrusting us with your children’s education. I hope you share my enthusiasm for this exciting time of year full of new beginnings and fresh starts.

As Interim Superintendent, my goal is to help our district and community build upon its successes and construct a foundation that will grow our achievements in the years to come. Early on in my educational career, I learned about the power of caring, and witnessed, first-hand the positive impact it can have on a student’s life and their future.

Building strong, trusting relationships with our families, students and staff is important to me, and will be a key driver in my approach, and every decision I make during my time in this role.

What I have always loved about Marysville and Tulalip is the passion of its residents. No matter where you come from, your beliefs, or your solution to a problem, you and everyone here wants Marysville to be the very best it can be. It is important that we all remember this as we work together to tackle our shared challenges and grow our success.

As a parent, you are your child’s first teacher, and we join you in their educational journey the day they arrive in our classrooms. As a community member, you serve as a mentor and can show what community looks like in action. Strong families and strong community members build strong schools and in turn, create great communities. I invite you to join us or double down on your efforts in our work to engage, inspire and prepare our students.

I’m honored to serve and wish you a wonderful school year!

Signature: Interim Superintendent Jason Thompson



Jason Thompson 

Reading on the Road is a big hit this summer!

Photos of Students at Reading on the Road

Thanks to the Marysville Rotary, YMCA, and passionate Kellogg Marsh Elementary Staff, all local kids can take part in free activities, grab free snacks, and take home a free book on Wednesday afternoons this summer! Learn more HERE.

JJ Frank of the Snohomish County YMCA and his son Josiah Frank come out to lead and faciliate healthy activities!

Join the fun at Cedar Grove Apartments and Cedars on 67th Apartments on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. until August 1!

Getting social with MSD25!

Car Wash Kits

FREE car wash kits

Did you know? The City of Marysville gives away FREE Car Wash Kits to anyone doing a charity car wash fundraiser. For more details or to reserve a kit, contact Surface Water Management at 360-363-8100.

Photo: Coastal Community Bank Lobby with School Supplies

Coastal Community Bank helps "Stuff the Bus" for Marysville students 

Coastal Community Bank is with us! Their Marysville team and members are working hard to collect school supplies and funds to help all kids start the 2018-19 School Year off on the right foot! The “Stuff the Bus” school supplies drive continues through August 10, so be sure to stop in Coastal or one of our other participating organizations soon! Learn more at www.msd25.org/stuff-the-bus-2018.

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Marysville School District SRO Awarded School Resource Officer of the Year

At this year's Washington School Safety Organization Conference, Marysville School District's very own School Resources Officer, Chris Sutherland was presented with the Washington State School Resource Officer of the Year Award. Officer Sutherland was honored by Marysville Pilchuck administration and security staff for his courage under pressure, commitment to school safety, and efforts to support student success through mentorship and community partnerships. We are proud to have Officer Sutherland in the Marysville School District and are forever grateful for his service.

Sodexo gives Marysville Community Food Bank $5,000 to help feed community

Image: Sodexo presenting check to Marysville Community Food Bank

Marysville School District's Food Service Provider, Sodexo honored the work of one of our amazing community partners with a $5,000 donation! Many in our community benefit from the selfless work of the Marysville Community Food Bank and the organization’s goal of ensuring no one goes hungry. Thank you to all the Marysville Community Food Bank staff and volunteers for your commitment and passion for serving others!