Another big congrats to #MSD25's very own, Matt Remle! http://bit.ly/2vA4eGQ
Your local rotary is committed to supporting early literacy. A big “Thank You” to Marysville Rotary for their generous contribution to Kellogg Marsh Elementary in support of their Reading on the Road Program. This donation allows Kellogg Marsh staff to reach beyond the classroom to meet kids and families where they are! The Reading on the Road Program will have their final event at Jennings Park this Wednesday, August 9. There will be books, snacks and popsicles, and the YMCA will host active games for the kids! You won’t want to miss out on the fun!
The next meeting of the Marysville School District Board of Directors is taking place this coming Monday, August 7 at 6 p.m.The agenda includes a report on the Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) Program presented by Arts and Tech High School and Marysville Mountain View High School Principal, Ray Houser. The Work Study Session will include a budget updated from Executive Director of Finance and Operations, Mike Sullivan. We hope to see you there! The complete agenda is located at this link: https://app.eduportal.com/share/4eeab8c4-78e7-11e7-bcd1-00155d645900
It's not too late to help "Stuff the Bus"! Join The Marysville Community Food Bank, Marysville Farmers Market, City of Marysville WA - government, Coastal Community Bank, ProAction Physical Therapy, HomeStreet Bank, Heritage Bank and Creo Dentistry as they help ensure EVERY student in Marysville and Tulalip gets the resources they need to be successful in the coming school year! Donate school supplies at any of the locations listed below through this Friday, August 4!
Have time to volunteer this weekend? Join The Grove Church this Saturday, August 5 at Pinewood Elementary from 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in support of the "I Heart Marysville" Program. These dedicated community members will spend the day cleaning up the campus and getting it ready to welcome students in September! Join them!
Are you a member of The Tulalip Tribes? Join your fellow tribal members on August 23 at noon for the annual Back to School Bash and Backpack Distribution Day!
Blood, platelet and bone marrow drive! Come on Saturday, August 19 from 10 AM - 4 PM to the Marysville United Methodist Church (5600 64th St NE Marysville, WA 98270) to donate!
"It’s a rewarding job. Drivers interact with students and become part of the community." - Kim McAbee, #MSD25 Transportation Director. Check out the opportunities available in Marysville, get paid, and become an integral part of the community! http://ow.ly/gZNB30e5g77
School offices will be open starting August 22!
Big thanks to the Everett Herald and Kari Bray for visiting #MSD25's Transportation Department today to report on the need for more bus drivers in school districts across Snohomish County. Learn about the competitive wages, flexible schedules, and industry advancement opportunities available at bit.ly/MSDTransportation
Great story about Kellogg Marsh Elementary's Summer Reading on the Road Program! http://ow.ly/yBB230e06r5
Tony just graduated from Marysville Getchell High School and was offered and accepted a MV Panels Operator position at Zodiac! Congratulations Tony!
Thanks to the Marysville Police Department! Check out this article to find out more: https://www.marysvilleglobe.com/life/police-academy-shows-youth-what-its-like-to-be-an-officer/
OSPI Supt Reykdal congratulates MSD 25 transportation department for outstanding WA State Patrol inspection results! Way to go MSD transportation team!
Matt Remle, Native American Liaison, has been named the National Indian Education Association (NIEA) Educator of the Year. Congratulations on this prestigious award!
School supplies lists for the 2017-18 School Year are up! Visit http://bit.ly/MSDSchoolSupplies to find what your child needs to start the year off right.
Today we hung out with Jason, Travis and Cody of Team Marysville while they placed brand new garbage cans designed by #MSD25 students on the beautiful Bayview Trail! Each elementary school added their own twist and the students did a great job! The trail runs north to south for 2.75 miles from 84th Street NE to 64th Street NE. Take a walk and check them out!
We're incredibly thankful for Cedarcrest Middle School P.E. teacher and "Voice of the Tomahawks" Mike VanDaveer! Congrats on your retirement and thank you for everything you've done on behalf of #MSD25 students, staff and families.
Kids and teens eat FREE July 5 through August 25 ! ALL are welcome and you DO NOT need to qualify for free or reduced lunch prices. Join us at one of eight locations this summer. Learn more at bit.ly/MSD25EatFree