We work with many great community partners to provide programs and resources that benefit students, families and staff.
|The Expo is a dynamic college, career, and preparedness for life event for over 1,100 high school students.|
As a partner in the education and leadership development for high school students, and to help them plan for and prepare for life after graduation.
This year’s Expo promises to be even bigger and more interactive. We encourage college, career, tech and trade, businesses, service organizations, and programs seeking volunteers to consider bringing interactive displays,
We invite you to join us at Opportunity Expo
|My Achievers Program (MAP)
|| Diversifying Pathways
| A dynamic program designed to motivate and support youth of all backgrounds to achieve higher education and career goals. Students participate in weekly sessions at their school or a the Y for academic help, as well as monthly field trips to colleges, career opportunities, and community service. Limited after school transportation is available.
Marysville Pilchuck High School | Tuesdays | 2:30-5:30 pm
Marysville YDC | Thursdays | 3-5:30 pm
| The Diversifying Pathways Program is a partnership between Everett Public Schools, University of Washington Bothell, Everett Community College, and Marysville School District. The goal of this collaborate work is to develop and sustain cross-institutional partnerships that support seamless academic student pathways for North Puget Sound residents from under-represented communities into teaching and healthcare careers. |
Video: English || Spanish
|Girls of Promise||Marysville Together Coalition|
|Girls of Promise® is a program created to encourage girls to continue pursuing higher-level science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) courses past eighth grade, with goals towards careers in these fields. We meet at Totem Middle School and Cedarcrest Middle School during lunch period.|
Watch videos to learn more: WE || Walk for Water
|The Marysville Together Coalition is a group of volunteers from across the community who work together to improve the lives of youth and families in the Marysville and Tulalip community. The survey assesses risky behaviors in youth including drug and alcohol use and student safety.|
Watch videos to learn more: Mental Health Panel
|Everett Community College
||Washington State University|
|Everett Community College collaborates with Marysville School District in a variety of ways including but not limited to: Diversifying Pathways Project, Students of Color Conference, Running Start, and College in the High School.||Washington State University collaborates with Marysville School District in a variety of ways.|
|University of Washington Bothell|
|UW Bothell Collaborates with Marysville School District in a variety of ways namely to develop and sustain cross-institutional partnerships that support seamless academic student pathways for North Puget Sound residents from under-represented communities into teaching and healthcare careers.|
|YMCA||Naval Station Everett|
|The Marysville YMCA collaborates with Marysville School District in a variety of ways.||Marysville School District is proud to serve our Naval Families.|
|Tulalip Tribes collaborates with Marysville School District in a variety of ways to insure quality education for students.||The Rotary Student of the Month and Rotary Service Award are two of examples of the partnership between the Rotary Club of Marysville and Marysville School District.|
|Marysville School District Foundation||City of Marysville|
The Marysville School District Foundation awards scholarships to children of Marysville School District employees to high school seniors and high school graduates who are within 5 years of having graduated high school and have not previously received this scholarship.
Under a partnership between the city and the Marysville School District, Marysville police have a school resource officer (SRO) program that puts police in middle and high schools within the city limits of Marysville to create a safer learning environment. SROs primarily deal with law enforcement and student safety.
|Junior Achievement ||Marysville Library|
INSPIRE AND PREPARE YOUNG PEOPLE TO SUCCEED
Did you know? The Marysville Public Library is a great local resource for families and is a great partner in the education of youth in our community. Part of the Sno-Isle Library Systems, the library provides homework help, classes for parents, and of course is a great place to check out books and participate in other activities for children, teens, and adults. Learn more at https://www.sno-isle.org/