Current News and Information


  • Thank you for participating in our Thoughtexchange!  We are now in the third step of the process for the Thoughtexchange on our district facilities - the Discovery step.  Thank you to all participants for sharing your thoughts, we had over 1,000 participants who shared nearly 3,000 thoughts and assigned over 70,000 stars on the thoughts shared.  During the Discovery step, all of your data will be analyzed and will be reported to you in the near future.  Way to go!  It is so great to see our community so engaged in future planning for our district and schools.

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  • District Receives Federal Funds for Recovery Support: The Marysville School District is grateful for the announcement that the federal government will provide more than $2.1 million through the U.S. Department of Justice to provide additional recovery support to the Marysville and Tulalip communities, following the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School one year ago.

    The grant is awarded through the Department of Justice’s Office for Victims of Crime Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program. Funds will support crisis response costs, both incurred and anticipated, for trauma care and other services the community needs.

    The Marysville School District will receive $535,075 for additional counseling, support and trauma specialists, and development of a trauma-informed system of care.

    The District thanks Senators Murray and Cantwell, and Representatives Larsen and DelBene, who wrote a letter to the Department of Justice in support of the state’s request for a grant to help with trauma care and recovery costs.


     Federal Recovery Funding Details (pdf)

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  • Resources for Parents - A Message from Dr. Berg 

    Information and Resources for Parents

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  • Phone numbers changed district-wide. Our district changed its phone numbers district-wide as a new phone system was installed over the summer.  The new ShoreTel system was funded by the technology levy approved by our voters in 2014. It replaced an outdated system that was no longer being manufactured and increasingly challenging to sustain.

    The district will now have just one prefix for all numbers, 965. The new main district Service Center number is 360-965-0000.

    With the new system, when 911 is dialed from a phone, the physical location of that phone is also given to aid an emergency response and key district personnel and office staff are notified.

    Marysville Schools Phone Directory



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