Welcome to TEACHING AND LEARNING
The Marysville School District's Teaching and Learning Department encompasses all aspects of assessment, curriculum, and instruction. Our district goal continues to focus on student achievement which has led to curriculum and system changes over the last six years. These changes have generated student-focused and a results-driven approach that continues to guide our district.
Annual In-District Transfer & Choice Transfer request
Annual In-District Transfer Request / Choice Transfer Request (Out-of-District Variance) February 1, 2019 through February 28, 2019
The Marysville School District’s Annual In-DistrictTransfer Request / ChoiceTransfer Request (Out-of-District Variance) period for the 2019-2020 school year begins on Friday, February 1, 2019.
While it is always recommended to enroll your child in your neighborhood school, we do understand that at times circumstances exist that create the need to enroll in a school outside of your neighborhood school boundary area.
Marysville residents have first priority for Annual In-DistrictTransfer Requests. Annual In-DistrictTransfer Request forms are available in your student’s school office or at the Marysville School District Educational ServiceCenter, 4220 80th ST NE, Marysville, WA 98270. If you reside outside of the Marysville attendance area, you will need to file a ‘Choice Transfer Request’ (Out-of-District Variance) with your resident home school district’s educational center.
Parents who choose to enroll their child(ren) in one of the district’s option programs or in a school other than their designated neighborhood school must complete an Annual In-District Transfer Request / ChoiceTransfer Request (Out-of-District Variance) and return it to their designated neighborhood school or their resident home school district’s educational center no later than Thursday, February 28, 2019. Incoming Kindergarten requests will be determined in June, 2019.
If approved for an In-District Transfer Request or ChoiceTransfer Request (Out-of-District Variance), parents must provide transportation.
Register for SCHOOL
|Early Learning||Elementary K1-5th Grade|
EARLY ENTRANCE FORMSEarly Entrance Assessment Form 3110B
Request for Waiver of Entry Requirements for Kindergarten or 1st Grade Form 3110A
For more information on all-day kindergarten please contact your neighborhood school.
|WELCOME TO KINDERGARTEN|
Kindergarten is an important milestone for students and families as it marks a child's entry into elementary school. A child must turn 5 years of age by August 31st to be eligible to start Kindergarten in September.
You can register your student at your neighborhood school beginning in February. In special cases, a child that will turn 5 between September 1st and October 31st may be considered for early entrance into Kindergarten.
ALL DAY KINDERGARTEN
We are pleased to announce that Marysville School District is now offering 100% state-funded all-day kindergarten to all of our Elementary Schools.
|Middle School 6th - 8th Grade||High School 9th - 12th Grade|
|*Option programs and or schools may have additional requirements for attending, please contact the following schools for more information:|
10th Street Middle School 360-965-0400
Marshall Elementary Parent Cooperative, 360-965-1600
|WELCOME TO SECONDARY EDUCATION |
Welcome to the 2017-18 school year! As the Executive Director of Secondary Education, I look forward to supporting the learners in our district around several key initiatives.
The district is very proud to be rolling out our technology plan, delivering chromebooks to each student grades six through twelve. Teachers have been provided professional development around using technology more intentionally to support learning in the classrooms. Students will also be using their computers in the classroom and at home to collaborate, study, and show proficiency. This will be a transition for all of us, so we appreciate your patience through this exciting time.
We continue to work with our secondary schools on implementing Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) as a proactive approach to establishing the behavioral supports and social culture needed for all students to achieve social, emotional and academic success. Attention is focused on creating and sustaining primary (school-wide), secondary (classroom), and tertiary (individual) systems of support that improve lifestyle results (personal, health, social, family, work, recreation) for all youth by making targeted misbehavior less effective, efficient, and relevant, and desired behavior more functional. This is a program that is a proactive and a positive approach to student discipline.
Our secondary schools are also developing school improvement plans around four SMART goals. Each school is setting goals around technology, student achievement, safety and attendance. Each of these areas are aligned to the district strategic plan.
The learning and teaching department is focusing on a middle grades (6-8) math adoption this year. The new math curriculum for grades 6, 7 and 8 was rolled out this fall and also provides teacher professional development for teachers.
We are also working on the Core 24 state mandate, the new set of credit requirements for high school graduation from the Washington State Board of Education. This mandate requires that graduates now have a minimum of 24 credits in order to receive a high school diploma. Additionally, Core 24 will require students to develop a high school and beyond plan, articulating courses that will help them achieve their goals. Core 24 requirements will provide students with a strong academic foundation, and the flexibility to prepare them for whatever path they choose—the workforce, an apprenticeship in the trades, or a community or four-year college.
We have great things happening in Secondary Education with the Marysville School District. I look forward to a productive and successful school year for each and every one of our students!
Executive Director of Learning and Teaching