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Phone: 360-965-0101 (Mortgages, Loans)
Fax: 360-965-0105

Fax: 360-965-0079 (Employment)

Human Resources Fax:

Alejandro Vergara
Executive Director

Sibyl Rauschkolb
Human Resources Analyst

Guadalupe Pizana
Personnel Analyst

Chad Coragiulo
Certificated Analyst

Tricia Slocum
Classified Analyst

Terri House
HR Associate-Front Desk

Connie Miller
HR Associate-Certificated

Alvaro Hernandez Leon
HR Associate-Classified

Sue DeJong
HR Associate-Substitutes

Human Resources recognizes every employee can achieve the highest level of success. Our goal is to provide great customer service through the recruitment, hiring, and retention of qualified staff.


BEST Teacher Mentor Program

The Marysville School District is proud to have a mentor program for new teachers. Through this program following the BEST grant model (Beginning Educator Support Team) from OSPI, our new educators are mentored throughout the year and have continuous professional development to help them to continue to learn and grow. Educators are also provided the opportunity to learn about the rich history and culture of The Tulalip Tribes and the Coast Salish people.

Melissa VanZanten, Director of Curriculum and Assessment, leads the program along with Lisa Sofie, Curriculum TOSA and BEST Facilitator.

Paraeducator Requirements

During the 2017 Legislative session, the Paraeducator Board was created and tasked to adopt paraeducator minimum employment requirements; establish general, subject matter and advanced paraeducator certificates; and make recommendations for a paraeducator career ladder. As a result, the certificate program was created. Statewide input and feedback was garnered from education partners. Prior to the certificate program, there has never been a statewide standard for paraeducator training, meaning students across the state are receiving varying levels of support. These training requirements will ensure all Washington students have access to paraeducators trained on the same fundamentals and course work. Paraeducators provide the majority of instruction in programs designed to reduce the opportunity gap. This professional development will help ensure paraeducators are provided the training they need to be an effective educator.

Marysville School District complies with all federal and Washington State rules and regulations and will provide equal employment opportunity and treatment for all applicants and staff in recruitment, hiring, retention, assignment, transfer, promotion, and training. Such equal employment opportunity will be provided without discrimination with respect to race, creed, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sex, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, marital status, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. The district will provide equal access to school facilities to the Boy Scouts of America and all other designated youth groups listed in Title 36 of the United States Code as a patriotic society.

The following employees have been designated to address questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: 

  • Civil Rights Coordinator - Gregg Kuehn, Director of Risk Management, Facilities, and Maintenance, 360-965-0110; 

  • Title IX Officer – Tracy Souza, Director of COVID-19 Health and Safety, 360-965-0076; 

  • Section 504 Coordinator and ADA Coordinator, Trish Campbell, Executive Director of Special Education, 360-965-0174.