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  • High School Credit Retrieval.  The 2017 Summer School Credit Retrieval courses begin June 23 at the Bio Med Academy / Marysville Getchell High School campus located at 8301 84th St NE, Marysville, WA 98270.

    Sessions are from 8:00 - 11:00 am and 11:30 am - 2:30 pm.

    Future session dates:

    June 26 - 30 and July 5 - 7

    For more information, contact the secretary Doris Dale at 360-965-2702 or 360-965-3506.

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  • Elementary Report Cards Mailed Home on June 26th.  This year elementary report cards (grades K - 5) will be mailed home on June 26th.  In the past, elementary students brought home their report card on the last day of school.  This process has changed this year.  Middle and high school students' report cards will be mailed as in year's past after all grading is complete.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the district office at 360-965-0000, Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.  Schools will close for the summer after June 26 and re-open August 22.

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  • School Calendar for 2017 - 2018.  We are working with staff to finalize the upcoming year school calendar.  As soon as the calendar is finalized, we will publish it and send it out to families via social media.  Typically, the first day of school is the Wednesday following Labor Day.  School offices will be open until June 26th and will re-open August 22nd to serve you.  The District Office is open Monday through Thursday over summer break - closed on Friday's.  If you have any questions or are in need of assistance, contact us at 360-965-0000.  Have a great day!

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  • Summer Break is Here!  Summer break is here - minus the sun today - Tuesday, June 20.  Today is a two-hour day for all students grades K - 12.  Our students have had an incredible year of learning and we are so very proud of each and every one of them.  Students and staff learned new technology across all grades, new English and Language Arts curriculum in grades K - 5, and new math curriculum for grades 6 - 8.  Last week we graduated over 700 students and we are excited for their new beginnings.  We know their future is bright!  We wish our students, families, and staff a safe, healthy, and fun summer.  Remember to check out all of the great parks in Marysville and the summer activities planned through the City of Marysville, local churches, and the YMCA.  The summer meals programs start soon too!  Watch for updates on the district Facebook and Twitter.  Have a great summer!

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  • Skyward Student Data System Down Time.  This Skyward student data system will be inaccessible July 6 and 7 for grade level roll ups to the new school year.  The Family Access system and other areas related to students will be closed during this time.  Thank you for your understanding.

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  • Kids & Teens Eat Free! July 5 through August 25, MONDAY through FRIDAY. This program is FREE to those 18 years of age and younger. Your Child does not need to be enrolled in school to participate. Adults 19 years of age and older can participate at cost of: $2.00 for snack and/or $4.00 for lunch. Visit www.msd25.org/EatFree for times, locations and additional details.

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  • Mumps and Influenza. As you may know, there have been outbreaks of mumps in surrounding districts in our region with a few reported cases in Marysville.  We want to continue to be proactive and vigilant if a larger outbreak were to occur. Information on Mumps and tips for how to prevent it can be found on the Snohomish Health District's website at www.snohd.org.

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  • BIENVENIDAS FAMILIAS A NUESTRAS ESCUELAS! Paquete de Información | LINEA DE  INFORMACION  DE  ESCUELAS EN  ESPAÑOL 360.965.0254| Más información visite www.msd25.org/ELL

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  • ДОБРО ПОЖАЛОВАТЬ В НАШИ ШКОЛЫ! ИНФОРМАЦИЯ ДЛЯ СЕМЕЙ | ИНФОРМАЦИОННАЯ ЛИНИЯ НА РУССКОМ ЯЗЫКЕ 360.965.0253 | больше информации  www.msd25.org/ELL

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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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