Marauder Family Connect

Keeping you in-the-know at Mariner High School

April 2022

Mariner High School Office Hours

Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 3:00 pm

Principal’s Message

Mariner Parents and Community,


We are well into the 4th quarter and home stretch of the school year. Our seniors have about 25 school days left and the rest of the students have about 30! There is still plenty of time for engagement and learning to take place. Please continue to monitor your student’s academic progress in Qmlativ. Teachers update their grades at least twice a month. If you have any questions about grades that your student cannot answer, please contact the teacher directly. Please note that we will be on a Spring Testing Schedule coming up on May 24-26. There are more details about this schedule below in the newsletter. I’d also like to remind you that Summer School registration is taking place right now. Summer school is free and it’s a great way for students to get ahead or make up credits. If your student is interested in Summer School, please have them contact their counselor to register. We have a motto at Mariner during the 4th quarter called “Finish Strong”. We have high expectations of our students and staff, and we want them to give it their best until the very end. Thanks for your partnership in your child’s education. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.


Go Marauders!

Nate DuChesne - Principal

Marauder Student of the Quarter

We are excited to honor our Marauder of the Quarter Students for 3rd quarter:


9th graders, Shaun Nathan, Muzamil Noori, and Delina Bay;

10th graders, Mekaleya Tessema, Edimar Torres, and Jordan Roper;

11th graders, Zayla Karls, Taison Som, and Samantha Sosa;

12th graders, Rhylee Shull, Esteban Arrollo, and Jackie Moreno.


Mariner staff nominated students who have improved drastically, have shown a great deal of resiliency, and/or have served the learning and well-being of Mariner and the classroom community. Our Mariner administration team reviewed all nominations and selected 3 finalists per grade, and our Marauder of the Quarter Students was honored at our Marauder of the Quarter breakfast on Thursday, April 28th, 2022. Congratulations to our finalists and all students who were nominated!

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Graduation and Class of 2022 Important Dates

This year Mariner High School will hold the 2022 Graduation Ceremony at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett Washington. Like in years prior to the pandemic, we anticipate one ceremony on June 10th at 8 pm. We also anticipate unlimited seating for the families coming to watch their seniors walk across the stage. But, recognizing the unpredictability of the COVID-19 Pandemic, things can change uncontrollably. We look to regular guidance from the Snohomish Health District and will let our Mariner community know if/when there is a change regarding our plans for Graduation.


Senior Events:

May 13th - Prom

June 2 – Senior Awards & Scholarships Night

6/6 & 6/7 – Senior Final Exams

6/7 – Senior Night

6/8 – Senior Breakfast @8:30 am and Senior Checkout

6/9 – Grad Rehearsal and Farewell Assembly

6/10 - Graduation at Angel of the Winds Arena @8:00 pm

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Senior Breakfast Reservation Link

Senior Breakfast Reservation


Seniors need to fill out this form by May 13th so we have a headcount for caterers.

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Smarter Balanced Assessment from May 24th - May 26th

Mariner will be taking the Smarter Balanced Assessment from May 24th - May 26th. More details will follow in the weeks before testing.


Students in 9th and 12th Grade No Testing

Grade 10 Testing May 24th - May 26th

Grade 11- Testing May 24th


Students Not taking a test:



•You are NOT REQUIRED to show up to school until 10:30. You must be in your first class at 10:40.

•Students who require bus transportation will need to take their normal bus route in the morning---there is NO LATE BUS TRANSPORTATION

•Students who show up at 7:20 will be supervised in the gym or commons

Counseling Corner

Hello from the Counseling Department!

  • Currently, counselors continue to closely work with seniors on their graduation plan and making sure they are ready for graduation!
  • Counselors are holding individual meetings with all students, from now until the end of the school year, to review:
  • Class request for next year
  • Go over their transcripts
  • Review graduation plan
  • Help them sign up for summer school, if needed.

Families of Juniors

  • Counselors will be sending Junior letters by the end of May, letting you know of your student’s graduation status for their 2023 graduation.

  • Current 10th and 11th graders if you are interested in Running Start next year, attend a mandatory information session. Arrange for transportation home, activity bus will not be available. Parents/guardians are welcome to attend.
    • Friday May 13th in the Little Theatre 12:55 PM – 1:30 PM
    • Friday June 3rd in the Little Theatre 12:55 PM – 1:30 PM
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High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) Office

Summer School

Summer program registration is open! This summer, programs will be in-person from July 5 through July 29. High School Summer Learning is open to any high school student currently enrolled in the Mukilteo School District and need to recover credit or need extra time to develop academic skills or enrichment. All courses are free of cost and students may earn a 0.50 credit for successful completion of their course. Find more information check out the Summer Learning website (https://www.mukilteoschools.org/Page/12059). If your student is ready to register, use this link to go directly to the registration forms (https://www.mukilteoschools.org/Page/14779).


HSBP

The High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) Office has been out visiting students in Grades 9 and 11, The HSBP office met with 10th and 12th graders during Semester 1; students should have already finished their grade level tasks. Students log into your HSBP Completion Status page (https://bit.ly/HSBPCompletion) after our visit to see what tasks, if any, you still need to complete for your current grade level.

Detailed directions are in the HSBP Schoology courses, and in the SMORE newsletters below.

Grade 12: https://www.smore.com/rbufhn

Grade 11: https://www.smore.com/wjun9

Grades 9 &10: https://www.smore.com/81dcp

Please feel free to reach out to the HSBP department by email: MAHSBP@mukilteo.wednet.edu or by phone: 425-366-5805 with any questions or concerns.

Stay Connected!

Information and news about Mariner High School are available in a variety of formats. This year, you will receive a phone message and email from the district if we close or delay school. This helps ensure we reach everyone, including those without an email address on file, before students stand outside at a bus stop, and before parents leave for work. If you added a text message number in the Blackboard portal https://mukilteoschooldistrict.bbcportal.com/ you would also receive a text message. As usual, school delays or closures will be posted on the district website and posted through FlashAlert, which also feeds into mainstream local news feeds.


Check out the following sites and join us on social media to stay connected:


Mukilteo School District App - Available in for Android phones and the Apple store very soon!

Mariner HS website: https://www.mukilteoschools.org/Domain/530

Blackboard Connect: https://mukilteoschooldistrict.bbcportal.com/

Mariner Twitter: @MHSEverett

Mariner Instagram: MarinerMarauders and MarinerCity

Mariner Facebook: Mariner Marauders

Mariner Compass (student newspaper): marinercompass.org

Mukilteo School District e-newsletter: sign up here e-newsletter

Mukilteo School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Civil Rights Coordinator and Title IX Coordinator Dan Dizon (425-356-1319), dizonds@mukilteo.wednet.edu, Section 504 Coordinator Lisa Pitsch (425-356-1277), pitschla@mukilteo.wednet.edu, and the ADA/Access Coordinator Karen Mooseker (425-356-1330), moosekerkw@mukilteo.wednet.edu. Address: 9401 Sharon Drive in Everett, WA. Inquiries regarding ADA/Access issues at Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center should be directed to Wes Allen, Director (425-348-2220) allenwr@mukilteo.wednet.edu. Address: 9001 Airport Road in Everett, WA 98204.