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Every Day...Every Student...A Success
Marysville School District - 4220 80th Street NE - Marysville, WA 98270 - (360) 653-7058

CURRENT DISTRICT NEWS AND INFORMATION 


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New Summer Service Center Hours
July 7-August 1
Monday-Thursday
7:30am-4:30pm
Closed Fridays:
July 11, July 18, July 25, and August 1



 
Kids and Teens Eat Free this summer!
From June 30-August 22, Monday though Friday
A snack and/or lunch will be available to the public in Marysville at:
Cedarcrest Middle School, Cascade Elementary, Liberty Elementary, Shoultes Elementary, Tulalip Boys and Girls Club, Beach Street Boys and Girls Club, Westwood Crossing Apartments, and Cedar Grove Apartments (Tues/Thurs only at this location).
Click here to read this flyer in Espanol.




Join the fun at the Kids Block Party!  
See the attached flyer for locations, dates, and times!








Introducing Thoughtstream:  Thoughtstream is a community engagement tool to help us learn from our stakeholders.

As part of Dr. Becky Berg, Superintendent, and the Marysville School District’s Board of Directors efforts to continue to listen and learn from our stakeholders, our district will utilize Thoughtstream, an online tool to help us understand what is important to parents, staff, students and community members.  Sometimes face to face meetings can be a challenge for people to attend and it can be difficult to hear from everyone in the room.  Thoughtstream will allow us to reach out to everyone affected by decisions made by our district and to hear their priorities.  Dr. Berg, the school board, and district leadership team will learn from these priorities which will help inform decision-making for the future.

There are three steps that stakeholders will be invited to participate in:

  1. THOUGHTS:  Participants answer three open-ended questions 
  2. PRIORITIES:  Where participants review ideas from other participants and put stars next to the ideas they like best 
  3. DISCOVERIES:  Where everyone learns what was important to the group as a whole
Please watch your email inbox for an invitation to participate from your school's principal.  We are now in the second phase of participation:  identifying priorities.  We look forward to you sharing your thoughts with us!

If you are a community member or if you have a child in one or more of our schools and did not receive an email invitation to participate, you may do so by clicking the link and choosing either the Community Thoughtstream or your child's school.  Click LINK to participate.  NOTE:  We are now in Step 2:  identifying priorities.  Join the conversation!


Opportunity Expo 2014 a success!

EXPO 2014


Over 1200 students participated in the 3rd annual Opportunity Expo at the Tulalip Resort April 22nd.  The Expo is provided to students through a partnership between the Marysville School District, Tulalip Tribes, Marysville Rotary and the Rotary Education Foundation.  Over 120 college and career vendors and business leaders dedicated the day to help students prepare for life after high school.  Thank you to all for their participation and commitment to support our students and help them reach their goals and make their dreams a reality.  The Expo was featured in the Marysville Globe.



Thank you!  YOU did it!

Marysville School District’s first ever summit on education was a great success!  Thank you to all who participated in our Dream Big for Kids event!  Together, you helped us dream big for the future of our district and for our kids.  Everyone was engaged and excited – and there were over 300 people! 


Three community leaders; Mel Sheldon, Chairman of the Tulalip Tribes, Jon Nehring, Mayor for the City of Marysville, and Troy McClellan, President and CEO of Economic Alliance Snohomish County, each shared their perspectives on economic development in our community and helped us to begin thinking about what we could imagine for our students’ future. 

Read more!











     
Former graduates of Marysville schools...where are you now? 
We want to hear from you and share your achievements with our students, staff, and Marysville and Tulalip communities.
This new site has been created for you.  We hear many great stories about former Marysville and Tulalip graduates and would like to learn more about your college and / or career path after high school.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Tell us about your path by completing the ALUMNI FORM.  To submit a picture or inquire about the alumni site, email to superintendents_office@msvl.k12.wa.us.  For questions call 360-653-0800.


Thank you, Marysville and Tulalip community!

Thank you, Marysville and Tulalip community!  Both Proposition 1 (Replacement Educational Programs, Maintenance and Operations) and Proposition 2 (Technology Levy), are passing!  Although ballots are still being counted, we feel very positive about the overall outcome.

Thank you, so very much, for supporting our district and schools!  The passage of these two measures is good for all kids, our schools, and our community and will provide the needed support for student learning.  Thank you, also, for the help and support from our community leaders:  Chamber of Commerce, City of Marysville, and The Tulalip Tribes.

In Service,

Dr. Becky Berg

For more information, visit the Levy Facts and Information page.

School Calendars and 2014 Graduation Dates - revised 1/21/14
School year has been extended to June 16, 2014 due to the inclement weather day on December 20, 2013:

Graduation dates for A&T and Heritage have been moved due to the inclement weather day on December 20, 2013. 
  • June 10th:  Marysville Mountain View High School at 7pm at Cedarcrest Middle School 
  • June 11th:  Marysville Getchell Campus at 4 pm at the Comcast Arena
  • June 11th:  Marysville-Pilchuck Campus at 8 pm at the Comcast Arena
  • June 14th**:  Arts & Technology High School at 2pm in the Francis Sheldon Gym
  • June 14th**:  Heritage High School at 6pm in the Francis Sheldon Gym

YourVoice!  

Marysville School District announces the launch of its YourVoice page on the district website, which will allow stakeholders to engage directly with district leadership in a meaningful, substantive way. Community members will also be able to register their email addresses in order to receive personal invitations to important conversations.  Read more in the news release...

Go for the Gold!

We often hear the phrase “Go for the Gold” which we know means to go for the best.  Here in Marysville many seniors are going for the gold in another way.

Beginning September 24, 2013, Marysville School District superintendent, Dr. Becky Berg, launched the new Marysville Gold Card for eligible senior citizens.The Marysville School District’s Gold Card holders will have access to all school district-sponsored home athletic and performing arts events at no cost to them, sign up to volunteer in schools, and receive publications from the school district.

Seniors residing in Marysville who are 65 years of age and older are eligible.  Sign up today!

Read more!  Go for the GoldSign up online.



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Harassment, Intimidation, 
and Bullying:

SEE it, STOP it, REPORT it, 
every time.

 
Access to community resources for the arts, sports, events, and fun family activities.  Click on the link to review current community flyers or sign up to distribute.

http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/myvote/olvr.html
Remember to Register to Vote.  Are you new to Marysville?  Have you recently moved?  The deadline to register to vote in the February 2014 election is January 13, 2014 (online), February 3, 2014 (in person at the Snohomish County Elections Office).    Your Vote Counts!  Register to Vote!
 
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The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is the primary agency charged with overseeing K-12 public education in Washington state. Led by State School Superintendent Randy Dorn, OSPI works with the state’s 295 school districts to administer basic education programs and implement education reform on behalf of more than one million public school students. OSPI is housed in the Old Capitol Building in Olympia.