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Dental assisting program at Sno-Isle prepares future of dentistry

Did your high school career involve wearing gloves, eye and mouth protective gear, and wearing scrubs? Probably not. But for more than 50 students at the Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center, that's the case,...

 

Safety and security in our district l Mukilteo Schools

The school district’s new safety and security manager, Tim Reeves, is very busy training staff throughout the district. He is working directly with school security monitors in increasing their training. He has also been training staff on how to...

 

OV names Pirates of the Month

Olympic View Middle School has named its Pirates of the Month for October. Students are selected by OV staff for demonstrating exceptional character in and out of the classroom. This month's theme...

 

Mukilteo students make UW Dean's List

The following Mukilteo students made the University of Washington Dean’s List for the Spring Quarter: Adam Samir Alayli, Luke Patrick Allen, Batoul Al-Sadi, Trevor John Aquiningoc, Najibullah Bajouri, Sangho Bak, Alina Yen-Phuong Bui, Susan Burns,...

 

School Board candidates share visions

While one of three Mukilteo School Board seats on this November’s ballot is an easy choice (John Gahagan is running unopposed to retain his seat), two races pair incumbents with challengers hungry to shape the future of the Mukilteo School...

 

Congratulations Kamiak Students of the Month for October 2019

The following students were selected by Kamiak staff as Students of the Month for October 2019, due to their outstanding academics, school and/or community leadership and activities and/or athletics....

 

Two Mariner students named South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Students of the Month

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club has named two Mariner students as Students of the Month for September and October. Loretta Allen is the September Student of the Month. Allen is very active...

 

Mukilteo Schools Foundation breakfast set for Nov. 11

A fascinating story about a U.S. soldier’s secret and heroic role in WWII will be the subject of this year’s featured presentation at the annual fundraising breakfast for the Mukilteo Schools Foundation. Local author Sandra Vea will talk about...

 

Kamiak performing at Puget Sound Festival of Bands

Kamiak High School will compete on Oct. 26 at the Puget Sound Festival of Bands. The school last competed there in 2017, where they took First Place in the Preliminary and Final Open Band Competitions. Will history repeat itself?  The Puget Sound...

 

What would a February bond fund?

While much of the focus lately in Mukilteo has been about the upcoming Nov. 5 general election, another election looms. There is a likely chance that in early 2020, voters living in Mukilteo School District boundaries will be voting on a $240...

 

Mariner High School celebrates 50 years

Long before there was Kamiak High School, there was Mariner. One of the oldest schools in the Mukilteo School District, construction for the high school began 50 years ago in 1969, before it...

 

Latest safety update for Mukilteo schools

One of the most-discussed aspects of day-to-day life over recent years throughout the entire United States has been school safety. In the Mukilteo School District, a new safety and security manager is helping take that discussion to a new level....

 

Annual craft fair returns Nov. 2

One of the biggest craft fairs in the area will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 2 in the main gym at Mariner High School, 200 120th Ave W, Everett. The 26th annual Mukilteo Schools...

 

Weary of biting bugs, Mukilteo Girl Scouts build houses to bring in bats

Editor's note: The following is an edited news release from Sno-Isle Libraries. When Girl Scout Troop 41137 found an environmental problem in Mukilteo, the Mukilteo Library played a role in its...

 

Mukilteo student makes top 300 science list

A Mukilteo middle schooler is one of the top scientists of his age in the entire country. Recently, Angad Signh, an Explorer Middle School student, was named to the Top 300 Broadcam MASTERS, one of the country’s premier science, technology,...

 

Capital bond measure may be on February ballot l Mukilteo Schools

Students and staff are once again settling into their school day routines. This year, we saw more students walk, skip, and breeze through our school doors than in previous years. Our enrollment numbers continue to grow, but the number of schools in...

 

School Briefs

Qmlativ update for families Qmlativ is the Mukilteo School District's student information system. Parents are able to log in to Qmlativ's Family Access to see their student grades, homework, attendance and more. The school district sent out a link...

 

School District below state average in English and math assessments

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) recently released results for the statewide Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBA) taken in the 2018-19 school year. The statewide assessment results are just one look into how the K-12 system is...

 

OV Learning Labs celebration is Oct. 1

On Tuesday, Oct. 1, from 2:45 to 4 p.m., students who started the Learning Labs program at Olympic View Middle School last year will come together to celebrate the successes and make a pledge to continue on the PATH to high school success. The event...

 

Auditor's Office: Kids need more time for lunch

Elementary school students need more time to eat lunch. That’s the word from the State Auditor’s Office (SAO), which recently performed an audit on lunchtime practices and scheduling. During that audit, the SAO visited 31 elementary schools...

 

Great start for new school year

A few ACES High School leadership students, with the assist from woodshop teacher David Soelling, panted flowers in the wooden benches on the ACES campus. “We were all very please with the way it looked when completed. Other students, and staff,...

 

School Briefs

Welcome to the school year Welcome back to another year at the Mukilteo School District. As always, many new faces have joined the ranks of School District staff members. This year, the district has about 190 new staff members. A few new...

 

New Mukilteo School District superintendent named

Well that didn't take long. Just few weeks after it was announced that Mukilteo School District Superintendent Dr. Marci Larsen would retire at the end of the year after nearly 17 years at the helm...

 

Local garden club announces scholarship recipient

The Mukilteo Way Garden Club has announced the recipient of its $1,000 Horticultural Scholarship for 2019-2020 at a recent summer meeting. Ricardo Naranjo of Cashmere was chosen. He will be a senior,...

 

Larsen retiring after 16 years leading School District

The leader of the Mukilteo School District is retiring from her position in the near future. Late last week, the Mukilteo School District announced that Dr. Marci Larsen, Mukilteo School District's su...

 

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