Unity in Recovery: visit the Marysville-Tulalip Recovery Website for more information
We are pleased to offer, in conjunction with Tulalip Tribes and the City of Marysville, the expertise of several individuals to assist in our Recovery efforts through classes and training sessions. Visit our collaborative website for more information: Marysville-Tulalip Recovery Website.
The next scheduled training sessions and meeting opportunities are listed below:
Thank you for participating in the recent Thoughtexchange survey regarding the MPHS cafeteria. Your input helped us to make decisions on the future of the school's cafeteria and was invaluable. Go to http://msvl.thoughtexchange.com/ to read more.
Recovery Information and Resources for Families
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
24-Hour Care Crisis Line: 1-800-584-3578
Victim Support Services: 24-Hour Crisis Line: 1-800-346-7555, Counseling Services, 425-953-6222 (see Crime Victims Compensation information below)
Our world changed on October 24, 2014 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, Marysville Fire District, and the City of Marysville.
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 share in grief with the families and friends of all who have been impacted, and continue to keep those who are struggling in our hearts and minds.
Thank you for all your support. It is forever appreciated.
Dr. Becky Berg, Superintendent
Who to Call
If you or your organization have counseling resources to support students impacted, please contact:
Counseling coordinator: Mary Schoenfeldt, Recovery Director - email@example.com, (360) 653-0802
If you or your child needs grief or crisis counselors, please contact Mary Schoenfeldt, Recovery Director - firstname.lastname@example.org, (360) 653-0802
If you are interested in volunteering, donating resources or support, please contact our volunteer and resources coordinators.Volunteer and resources coordinators: Mary Schoenfeldt, Recovery Director - email@example.com, (360) 653-0802
If you are an alumni of any Marysville high school and you’re
looking for ways to support the school district, please contact the alumni
Donations to support the families, victims, students, and MPHS, may be made to a special account at Heritage Bank (formerly Whidbey Island Bank), located at 1031 State Ave, Marysville, (360) 657-3100. Donations can also be mailed 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 has been established to disperse funds. The committee consists of representatives from the School District, City, Tulalip Tribes and Rotary Education Foundation. Checks payable to "MPHS Recovery Fund" or donate online: http://mphsrecoveryfund.org/
Marysville School Board expresses grief and gratitude
The Board of
Directors of Marysville School District are walking beside you through the
agony of the events of October 24.
All of us at
Marysville School District, including teachers, staff, students, parents and
community members who volunteer or simply enjoy the sports, concerts, or joyful
noises from our playgrounds, are faced with a situation too awful to imagine
and for which no one is ever prepared.
profound gratitude to the students and staff of Marysville-Pilchuck High
School, the first responders, especially our Marysville Police Department,
Marysville Fire Department, Snohomish County Sheriff Department, Mayor John
Nehring and the City of Marysville, County leaders, the Tulalip Tribes and the
support community which gathered around us since the tragic day. Together and individually,
you responded heroically. Thank you.
condolences and sympathy to the families of the victims of this terrible
tragedy, and all of those affected. Schools should be a safe and happy place
for our children. Our time has failed to find a way to keep our schools safe
from gun violence. Many of us know the families who have suffered overwhelming
losses. Our hearts are broken with them.
Third, as we
begin this challenging journey, the school board directors of Marysville School
District will do all we can to address the agony of this crisis for our
students, teachers and parents. We cannot change what has happened, but we can
choose the course we now take. We have asked all of our staff members in our
elementary, middle and high schools to discuss the event in the most sensitive
and age-appropriate way possible. While
we cannot shield our students from the distressing news of this event, we can
work to provide them with accurate information and to convey that we will do
all that is possible to keep them safe. We must continue
to demonstrate to one another and the community that the real measure of our
work is that our staff and students know how to love and care for one another.
is to Engage, Inspire and Prepare our students for life. We have always
understood that this vision is about much more than language or math skills,
now we have no choice but to begin the journey one step at a time into our new
- Dr. Tom Albright, President
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