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  • Reported Alleged Child Luring Incident Near Shoultes Elementary.  The Marysville Police Department is investigating the report which describes a white male with long brown hair, a full but trimmed beard, wearing a black shirt, driving a black SUV.  Possibly a KIA. 

    School administration is working closely with the Marysville Police Department to ensure child safety including extra patrols before and after school today (Friday, 9/23).  Parents and guardians are asked to report any suspicious activity to the Marysville Police Department by calling 911.

    The safety of all children is our highest priority. By working together we can help to make certain all are safe.  As a reminder, please discuss safety protocols with your child(ren) and remind them that if they see, hear, or experience anything unusual or threatening, they should report it to a known adult, parent, or teacher.

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  • Healthy Youth Survey. The Marysville School District will be administering the annual Healthy Youth Survey for students in grades 6, 8, 10, and 12.  The survey will occur during the weeks of October 10 – 21.  The survey is administered across Washington State and asks questions about risk for injury, health outcomes, and alcohol and drug use.  Schools, communities, and state and local health departments use survey results to support our youth and reduce their risks.  The survey is voluntary and anonymous.  

    More information:  Healthy Youth Survey

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  • Report harassment, intimidation, and bullying through safeSCHOOLS. Students, parents, and community members can report HIB and other unsafe behaviors anonymously through phone, text, email, or web. To report go to safeSCHOOLS Alert.
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  • All-Day Kindergarten. Marysville School District now offers 100 percent, state-funded all-day kindergarten! Click here to learn more.

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