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  • New School Year and Time to Update Emergency Contact Information.  Parents and guardians, please make certain that you notify your child's school office if any of your personal contact information has changed:  home phone, work phone, emergency contact information, address.  Schools may send home new emergency cards to gather this information, if you received a card from your school, please complete it and turn it in as soon as possible.  School's also need other critical informatin, such as emergency medical conditions or medical alerts for your child, and legal documents that may be in place including Parenting Plans, Restraining Orders, and guardianship papers.  If you have any questions about any of these items, please contact your child's school.

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  • Chromebook rollout to begin: The Marysville School District will begin a one-to-one initiative during October that will put a Chromebook computer in the hands of more than 5,500 students in grades 6 through 12. The devices are funded by a technology levy approved by district voters in 2014.

    Families of students in grades 6 to 12 are invited to learn more about Chromebooks at an information night at 7 p.m. October 7 in the Marysville-Pilchuck High School gymnasium.

    “We are thrilled about the limitless learning possibilities using Chromebooks,” said Marysville School District Superintendent Becky Berg. “With the support of our Marysville and Tulalip communities, we are investing in the technological tools of today that will help our students become tomorrow’s leaders.” Read More....



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  • #MPstronger—A Walk of Strength set for October 24: Students, staff, first responders and community members are invited to #MPstronger—A Walk of Strength, a year after the tragic shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. The community led effort begins at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, and will include the opportunity to walk around the high school, plant red and white tulip bulbs, and come together and reflect.  "An unimaginable event occurred in our community last year that changed lives forever," said Marysville School District Superintendent Becky Berg. "But it does not define us. Instead, the Marysville and Tulalip communities are defined by our unity, our coming together to heal and to chart a course of recovery. We will never forget, but we are united and are working to create a better, more hope-filled future."

    Community members interested in participating in the #MPstronger walk can learn more about the event on the Marysville/Tulalip United website at www.mtunited.org, or on the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MarysvilleTulalipUnited. T-shirts with the #MPstronger logo will be available for purchase prior to the event at www.mpmemorial.org.



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  • Phone numbers changing district-wide. Our district will be changing its phone numbers district wide as a new phone system has been installed.  The new ShoreTel system is being funded by the technology levy approved by Marysville School District voters in 2014. It replaces 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.

    For more information about the new phone system and numbers, contact the Technology department at 360-965-0190.

    Marysville Schools Phone Directory



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  • New Website Launched.  Marysville School District is proud to announce the launch of its new website.  Designed to engage the community, the website has state of the art features and functionality.  Some areas may not be accessible at this time. We thank you for your patience as we work to get the site fully implemented. Schools will continue to work on individual sites until all are accessible.  

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