“The pilgrims made Thanksgiving. I know that because we read books.” Read on for more lessons from Snohomish students age 5 to 7.
Five districts in Snohomish County are participating in the new Guaranteed Admissions Program. Hundreds of students will benefit.
The move signals potential funding losses for the Marysville School District, though the concept is at least three years out.
It may take three weeks to complete the investigation. Meanwhile, one of the game’s officials disputed claims about slurs on the playing field.
Snohomish County is home to 1,905 refugees from Ukraine. Refugee and Immigrant Services Northwest is helping them to build new lives.
A tax measure funds 14% of the school district’s budget. If it fails in November, there will be at least $15 million in budget cuts.
In Everett, students can pay $10 to take the World Language Assessment. In the testing room, it’s like the United Nations.
A jury awarded millions to 10 students and parents who say they suffered injuries at Sky Valley Education Center.
Rena Priest, a Lummi Nation member, shared writing advice, read from her works and fielded questions from aspiring young poets.
When it comes to school lunch menus, “it really doesn’t matter what us adults at the state agency think about a product.”
Staff directed students and “surrogate parents” as a simulation of a major evacuation due to a shooting or chemical spill.
Pathfinder Manufacturing in Everett trains dozens of at-risk high school students to make airplane parts, en route to a career.
Tanya King in Edmonds practices “controlled chaos.” Zachary Pfrimmer in Stanwood is orderly. Data shows both have been wildly successful.
About 160 Snohomish County tradespeople take the apprentice classes in Burlington center. There’s ample room to grow.
School and health officials said the new on-campus center should boost wellness and grades for Lynnwood students.
Michael Adams helped craft the district’s diversity policy. Then his son became a target of racism. He now wants more changes.
Widespread job vacancies mean doubling up on routes or shifting staff members to backfill for missing drivers.
Teachers in Seattle have approved a new, three-year contract following a strike.
Seattle Public Schools said late Monday it had reached a tentative agreement with the union for teachers.
Unhealthy air prompted the first wildfire-related closure in Sultan. Power was cut to Index, where students were told to evacuate.