SUPERINTENDENT ROBBINS TO HOLD COMMUNITY BUILDING CIRCLES
Marysville School District
SEP 26, 2022
Engage. Inspire. Prepare.
Superintendent Robbins to Hold Community Building Circles
As part of his Entry Plan work, Dr. Robbins, Marysville School District Superintendent, is planning to hold Community Building Circles in schools across the District.
Community building circles are spaces where participants engage in intentional communication to share experiences and build relationships with each other. “There is no ‘typical’ community building circle because all circles are unique and are informed by circle participants,” said Dr. Robbins. Community building circles are designed to establish foundations that guide how a community interacts with each other and bring communities closer through sharing stories and perspectives. Participants will learn how community-building circles help establish a safe and supportive space conducive to equitable and authentic conversation. Currently, there are four scheduled opportunities for parents, guardians, and school staff to attend:
Shoultes Elementary School, September 29, 6:30 pm
Cedarcrest Middle School, October 6, 8:00 am
Allen Creek Elementary School, October 6, 4:00 pm
Marysville Pilchuck High School, October 13, 6:30 pm
Community members and/or parents, guardians, and staff from other schools are welcome to attend and participate in any of the above opportunities.
Our PTSA needs your help! There will be an emergency meeting tomorrow, September 28th in The Cedarcrest Library from 6:30-7:30 pm or join via Zoom. Please help save our PTSA!
Reminder tomorrow is picture day.
Marysville School District has an urgent need for bus drivers! Please help spread the word. There are also openings for van/motor pool drivers. Great incentives, good pay, and schedule.
Dear Cedarcrest Middle School Families,
We are excited to welcome you to the 2022-2023 school year. We are looking forward to the start of a new school year with you!
Below, you will find a lot of important information for the 2022-2023 school year. Please note the following reminders and upcoming dates:
First day of school for 6th grade: Thursday, September 1
First day of school for 7th and 8th grade: Friday, September 2 (All grades will attend)
School Picture Day: September 13
School start and end times:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
Cedarcrest Middle School Office Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8:00-3:35
We will be unable to store scooters or skateboards in the office this year.
Breakfast will be served from 7:55-8:25 each morning.
Please do not drop students off earlier than 7:55 as there will be no supervision prior to this time.
ALL students in the Marysville School District will eat for free, regardless of income or Free & Reduced Eligibility for the 2022-2023 school year. This is for the main lunch line only, not the ala carte line or the Student Store, where fees will apply.
Transportation/Bus Route Information:
Please be sure your student knows what bus to ride home at the end of the day. This is especially important if you are dropping them off in the morning.
To locate your child's bus route and route times, click HERE
Important: You will need to add a username and password on the E-Link site.
Use school1, school2, or school3 for the username and the word "search" for the password.
If you need assistance, call the Transportation Department at (360) 965-0300.
There will be no middle school sports for the 2022-2023 school year.
Club information will be available soon! Purchase of an ASB card is required for club participation. ASB cards can be purchased online at payments.msd25.org (using your parent Skyward login) or in our ASB office.
2022-2023 School calendar:
2022-2023 Bell Schedule:
We look forward to working with you and your student. Please contact us if you have any questions/concerns at (360) 965-0700.
Please join us for our Back to School Event tonight from 5:30-7:00.
Cedarcrest Welcome Back Night
Monday, August 29, 2022
*Preorder 2022-2023 Yearbook $25 with ASB/$30 without ASB
*Purchase CMS Spiritwear
*Purchase ASB $15
*Tour the school
*Fill out 2022-2023 school forms (emergency card, Student Computer Agreement, etc)
*Turn in your immunizations
Save the date for our Cedarcrest Back to School Night on Monday, August 29! Details coming soon.
Recently a group of staff from the Marysville School District and The Tulalip Tribes attended the Native Voices Educator Art Academy Training at the Skokomish Community Center during the week of August 1 - 5. The group trained in equity, diversity, and the arts in relation to Native American arts and culture, earning 13 STEM clock hours and 17 equity hours, with the potential for more with classroom mentorship! The Arts Impact Team included mentors who guided us through the week with the Skokomish Tribe graciously hosting us.
Representation included Cedarcrest Middle School, Totem Middle School, MPHS, Lead Native Liason-Matt Remle (not pictured), and Tulalip Tribal members.
(L-R) Thomas Williams, Natosha Gobin, Jessica San Luis, Tanya Taimanglo, Dori Henrickson, Robin Danso, Rosemarie Wilkins, Jan Muirhead
(front) Lizzie Mae Williams, Alex Norton, Briauna Hansen Norton
Marysville School District Transportation has opening bus and van drivers! Join our team!
Don't miss out on these two events tomorrow! Kids and Kites at the Marysville Middle School Field and the Juneteenth Kick-off at Totem Middle School in the gym and cafeteria.
Please see this important information about your student's school issued Chromebook.
There is no school on Friday, May 27 or Monday, May 30.
COVID cases have slightly increased within the County, as a reminder, if your child is not feeling well or develops COVID-like symptoms please keep them home and fill out the Health Screening Form: https://bit.ly/MSDHealthReportingForm2021
. Test kits available at your school.
COVID cases have slightly increased in Snohomish County, as a reminder, if your child is not feeling well or develops COVID-like symptoms please keep them home and fill out the Health Screening Form: https://bit.ly/MSDHealthReportingForm2021
. Test kits available at your school.
Please remember to vote before tomorrow, April 26, at 8:00 pm! Thank you!
Remember to vote on or before April 26! Ballots arrived in mailboxes last week. There is no postage due to mail your ballot in. To learn more about the two important replacement levy measures on the ballot, go to https://www.msd25.org/page/levy-and-capital-levy-2022
Reminder! This is happening tomorrow, April 14!
7:00 am - 4:00 pm*
4220 80th Street NE (Educational Service Center)
(Follow the directional signs to the Connections Center Portable)
New or gently used school appropriate clothing & new or barely worn shoes for kids of all sizes K-12th grade & adults
PLEASE - No used socks, underwear, undergarments, accessories, purses, or toys