"Last week, 54 fifth-grade students from the Marysville Cooperative Education Partnership at Marshall Elementary lived in dormitories and learned about engineering at the University of Washington. The grant-funded Engineering Week started three years ago to help teachers gain more expertise in engineering, but grew into an event that includes students and parents, too. It took place during the first full week of school for the Marysville students, but before UW students started classes." Read more at https://goo.gl/1FXXE8
Hey students and families! Remember that if you or someone you know is being harassed, intimidated or bullied, you can report it using Safe Schools. Reports can be anonymous and there are several ways to do it - call, text, email or report online at msvl-wa.safeschoolsalert.com. Join #MSD25 as we work together to provide all kids with a kind, safe, and bully-free school environment.
Chances are your child will need to miss a few days of school this year. While some absences might seem more excusable, the impact is actually the same whether your child is sick, ditching or taking a family trip. Any absence makes it harder for your child to keep up with the everyday classroom learning that is needed to grow and succeed. Some absences are unavoidable; but too many will make your child fall behind and they might not be able to catch up. Save absences for when it is absolutely necessary and make sure they are in #SchoolEveryDay!