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REPORT CARD - DISTRICT WIDE

The Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) collects data and demographics on school districts and schools across the State of Washington. Data and reports are a key way we track and measure the progress and performance of Washington’s students, schools, school districts, and programs. OSPI collects extensive amounts of data that are used for school and district accountability; providing information to the Legislature and other stakeholders; and policymaking at the state, local, and federal levels. This page contains information about reporting to OSPI, the State Report Card, requesting data from OSPI, and other financial and programmatic reports. 

Marysville School District is dedicated to our student's learning and serves nearly 11,000 students from birth to age 21. Our program includes traditional K-12 classrooms as well as programs for early learners in preschool, and students with special needs students from birth to age 21. As all students learn in different ways our district provides several alternatives for students to learn.

Graduates from Marysville's schools have access to scholarships and incentives to continue education and training after high school. Approximately two-thirds of our grads attend post-secondary education and have been successful at some of the top universities in the nation. Many return to establish their careers in our community in the areas of medicine, education, and engineering.

Click HERE to access the OSPI Date and Reporting website to view reports on the Marysville School District and our schools.

Periodically, our 4th and 8th-grade students participate in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)which is a program of the U.S. Department of Education. Commonly called The Nation's Report Card, NAEP is the only test in the United States that allows comparisons of the performance of students in Washington with the performance of students nationally. Assessments are conducted in mathematics, reading, science, writing, the arts, civics, economics, geography, and U.S. history. Learn more about NAEP.

The link above meets the notification required by the federal government’s Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and the state’s Omnibus Reform Act of 1993 as detailed in RCW 28A.320.205.