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Communicating with Your School Board
Your school board members are elected officials who serve in the Director District areas 1 - 5 in the Marysville School District: MAP
While you are welcome to email the director that serves your district area, the school board president is responsible for all board-related correspondence. If you have a school-related or district-related issue, please review the GUIDELINES FOR RESOLVING CITIZENS CONCERNS prior to contacting the school board. You may also contact the Superintendent's Office at 360-653-0800 or the district office at 360-653-7058.
Interested in serving on your local school board? Please read for more information.
Patrons interested in filing for a board seat are encouraged to review the application materials, visit the resource materials sites listed below, and / or call the superintendent's office at 360-653-0800 (Jodi Runyon) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested parties must reside in the Director District areas, be a registered voter in the State of Washington, a legal Washington resident and US Citizen.
Three seats opening November 2015 for Director areas 2. 3, and 5
The filing window for the November 2015 election is May 11 - 15, 2015. For those interested in filing for candidacy, the Snohomish County Elections Office will hold an informational forum on April 21, 2015, 6:00 - 8:00 pm at 3000 Rockefeller, Everett, WA in the East Building Public Information Room.
For more information about serving on your local school board, click on the following resource materials or call the Superintendent's Office at 360-653-0800.
WSSDA is holding workshops around the state to help people who might be interested in becoming a school board member understand the role of the board and the process of filing for candidacy. All workshops are free, require registration, and run from
The members of the board of education share a common vision for the Marysville School District. We seek to find ways to provide not just an adequate education for our children, but an excellent one. It is our belief that every child in our community deserves the very best educational experience possible. Every child has the potential to achieve success in life if given the right tools to do so. As a community we can help to see that this occurs by staying involved with the school, in the classroom and in special programs. We must constantly help each other stay focused on that most important goal, the education and support of children in our community.
We encourage community input into the direction which education in the district will take. We encourage every member of the community to attend board meetings and to be involved in committees when possible. We believe that it truly does take a community to raise a child. Let's join together in making a fine education entity even better!