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Milana Thomas – Band

Milana is a well-rounded Kamiak Arts student playing clarinet and cymbals in the Band, AP Visual Arts student, and she plays in the orchestra for the Kamiak spring musicals.... — Updated 11/29/2023


Jenny Choi – Orchestra

Jenny is a cellist with the Kamiak Orchestra and has been playing since she was eight years old. Her most memorable moment came when she performed with the student-led... — Updated 11/22/2023


Deonne Jakana – Choir

Deonne has been performing since before she can remember. When schools shut down in 2020, her family moved 40 minutes away from friends and everyone she knew, and she started... — Updated 11/22/2023

 By Beacon staff    Schools

Kamiak announces Students of the Month for September

Kamiak High School's Students of the Month for September are Jesse Hubbard (freshman), Levi Liyengo (freshman), Guadalupe Fombona (sophomore), Calvin Ding (sophomore), Emily Groth... — Updated 11/22/2023


Levi Develice – STEM

Kamiak High School is proud to announce that Levi Develice is our STEM student of the month. Levi is active in the school community as a member of the Kamiak Companions club, the... — Updated 11/15/2023

 By Beacon staff    Schools

Student entrepreneurs at Holiday Craft Fair

Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center students were among the vendors selling their wares at the Mukilteo School District's 28th annual Holiday Craft Fair Saturday, Nov. 4, at Mariner High... — Updated 11/15/2023


A year and some change | Superintendent's Corner

About this time last year, the school district launched its first strategic plan in about 20 years. After over a year of gathering feedback from students, staff, families, and... — Updated 11/15/2023


Hazel Campbell – Color Guard and Drama

Hazel is a leader in several Kamiak Performing Arts. As a member of the Theatre Department, she has taken on the role of Sound Designer for all major productions. As a member of... — Updated 11/8/2023

 By David Pan    Schools

Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center hosts apprenticeship career and job fair

The Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center will be hosting an apprenticeship career and job fair from 4-7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, at the center (9001 Airport Rd., Everett). The event will feature a lineup of over 30 apprenticeship programs... — Updated 11/8/2023


Katie Gilkinson – Band

Katie is a multi-talented instrumentalist who plays the flute for Show Band, the piccolo for Concert Band, and the Tenor Saxophone for Jazz Band. She holds several leadership... — Updated 11/2/2023


Kelsey Schaaf – Choir

Kelsey is the leader of the soprano-alto Barbershop jazz choir as well as secretary of the Drama Club. She values the close- knit communities of the choir and drama programs and... — Updated 10/25/2023


Jayden Link-Loveless – Orchestra

Jayden is an orchestra member and violist in the select orchestra ensemble Kammerstreich. They are most happy when playing music and love working with other students with a similar... — Updated 10/25/2023


Marcelo Del Prado – STEM

Marcelo Del Prado is the Kamiak STEM Student of the Month. Marcelo is a dependable student who really cares about the quality of his schoolwork. He uses his math and computer... — Updated 10/18/2023


Lily Dadole – Choir

Lily Dadole is this week's Fine Arts Student of the Week. Lily is president of the Kamiak Bel Canto Choir and a member of the Barbershop Jazz Choir. She's been singing in choir... — Updated 10/18/2023


Rep. Larsen encourages students to enter 2023 Congressional App Challenge

Rep. Rick Larsen (D-Everett) is encouraging all middle and high school students who live in or attend school in Washington’s Second Congressional District to compete in the 2023 Congressional App Challenge (CAC). The annual... — Updated 10/11/2023


Audrey Stewart – Dance

Audrey is a captain of the Kamiak Dulcineas Dance Team and has been dancing and moving since the age of two. "I love dancing because it's a great way to disconnect from the... — Updated 10/4/2023


Five Kamiak students named National Merit semi-finalists

Five Kamiak students – Jenny Choi, Ryan Chung, Zachary Hogue, Sarah Ramzan, and Audrey Stewart – have been named as 2023 National Merit semi-finalists. Of more than 16,000... — Updated 10/4/2023


Marcus Closson – Drama

According to his mom, Marcus has been performing since he was a toddler, though his first musical theatre performance was in the 5th grade. Today Marcus can be seen on the Kamiak... — Updated 9/27/2023


Olivia Tinsley – Choir

Olivia has been singing since the fourth grade and is a member of the Kamiak Bel Canto choir and section leader. Friends describe her as loud, kind, energetic, and helpful. When... — Updated 9/20/2023


Ian Walden – Orchestra Student Teacher

Mr. Walden is a bass player and future music educator completing his student teaching with veteran teacher Brian Steves in the Kamiak Orchestra classroom. He is a current student... — Updated 9/13/2023


Court says state isn't responsible for 100% of school construction costs

The Washington Supreme Court ruled last week the state is not required to fully cover school construction costs, dealing a blow to districts unable to raise the local tax dollars they need for new buildings and other facility... — Updated 9/13/2023

 By Beacon staff    Schools

School District students to receive free smile checks

The back-to-school season is here and Community Health Center of Snohomish County (CHC) will be returning to local elementary schools, including in Mukilteo, to provide "smile... — Updated 9/13/2023

 By Beacon staff    Schools

Sign up for Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program

It's an exciting time for families with young children across Washington, as Dolly Parton's Imagination Library is growing in every corner of the state. All children between birth... — Updated 9/13/2023


Students receive common area, new learning spaces | Superintendent's Corner

Back-to-school is always an exciting time for students, families, and staff. This fall, some students and staff are settling into newly renovated school buildings that were... — Updated 9/6/2023

 By Beacon staff    Schools

Former Mariner teacher Joelle Leroux dies | School Brief

Former Mariner French and Spanish teacher Joelle Leroux died on June 15. Leroux, formerly of Everett, taught at Mariner High School from 1984 to 2001. She was the French Club advisor and led several student trips to... — Updated 8/23/2023


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