Edmonds School District News
March 8, 2022
Masking update expected this evening
Vaccine clinics with South County Fire
Our partners at South County Fire are offering free COVID-19 vaccine clinics for anyone 5 years old and older at the locations and dates below.
The following vaccines will be available:
Pediatric Pfizer (ages 5-11)
Adult Pfizer (ages 12+)
Pfizer boosters are available for ages 12+ and who are at least 5 months from their primary vaccination series.
Hazelwood Elementary School
First dose: 8-11 a.m. Wednesday, March 9
Second dose: 8-11 a.m. Wednesday, March 30
Interpretation available in Spanish
College Place Elementary School
First dose: 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, March 9
Second dose: 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, March 30
Interpretation available in Spanish
Mountlake Terrace Elementary School
First dose: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Thursday, March 10
Second dose: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Thursday, March 31
South County Fire Station 15
18800 44th AVE W, Lynnwood2-5 p.m. Thursday, March 10
Click here to register
Winter Sports update
Congratulations to the Mountlake Terrace boys basketball team for earning a 6th in state finish at the Tacoma Dome last weekend! The team had an amazing postseason run, including a victory over Ferndale for the District One Championship, a 2-point overtime win against Kelso in the state regional, a 3-point win over Timberline in a loser-out game at the Tacoma Dome, and a 2-point victory over Gig Harbor to earn the chance to play for 6th place finish.
Congratulations on an amazing season!
Congratulations to the following Lynnwood High swimmers who competed at State:
Elijah Milan: Boys 200 Yard IM & 100 Yard Breaststroke
Adrian Seeber: Boys 50 Yard Freestyle
Tyler, Nolan: 500 Yard Freestyle,
200 Medley Relay: Alex Lee, Elijah Milan, Adrian Seeber, Nolan Tyler
Congratulations to the following Edmonds-Woodway High swimmers who competed at State:
Mate’ Pallos: Boys 100 Yard Freestyle and 100 Yard Backstroke
Arman Rahbarrad: Boys 50 Yard Freestyle
200 Medley Relay: Mate’ Pallos, Patrick Kotwis, Zackary Kotwis, Arman Rahbarred
400 Freestyle Relay: Mate’ Pallos, Zackary Kotwis, Samuel Lunder, Arman Rahbarrad
All 4 district teams competed in the District Tournament
Mountlake Terrace had a great postseason run and made it to a winner to state game on the last day of the district tournament.
Meadowdale also had a great postseason run, making it to a winner to state game at the district tournament.
All 4 district teams participated in the playoffs.
Edmonds-Woodway had a great playoff win, defeating Snohomish 58-57
Winter Athletes named to All-Wesco Winter Teams
We are excited to announce our all-conference honors for winter sports. The list includes basketball, wrestling and boys swim. Student athletes are listed by name, grade and high school:
Kayla Lorenz 10 Lynnwood
Gia Powell 10 Meadowdale
Aniya Hooker 10 Lynnwood
Halle Waram 11 Edmonds-Woodway
Maile Armstrong 11 Mountlake Terrace
Elise Colvin 11 Mountlake Terrace
Cameron Dunn 11 Mountlake Terrace
Lindsey Ho 12 Mountlake Terrace
Jordan Leith 11 Meadowdale
Mya Sheffield 11 Mountlake Terrace
Jeffrey Anyimah 12 Mountlake Terrace
Adonai Daniel 12 Edmonds-Woodway
Zaveon Jones 10 Mountlake Terrace
Keegan Williams 11 Lynnwood
Jacob Gabler 12 Edmonds-Woodway
Aiden Bloomquist 12 Meadowdale
Vito Mkrtychyan 12 Mountlake Terrace
Phillipe Ban 11 Lynnwood
Seraphim Trepernas 11 Mountlake Terrace
Jacob Pahre 12 Edmonds-Woodway
George Quintans 12 Edmonds-Woodway
Alex Rapelje 12 Edmonds-Woodway
Liam Fitting 11 Edmonds-Woodway
Alec Rust 12 Edmonds-Woodway
Saul Hernandez 12 Meadowdale
Gyumin Baek 12 Lynnwood
Elisha Abuhanna 12 Lynnwood
Mate’ Pallos 11 Edmonds-Woodway
Elijah Milan 12 Lynnwood
For complete All-Wesco honors, please see: 2021-22 All Wesco Lists.
Celebrating Women’s History Month
As we share stories of women’s history throughout the month of March, look for read-alouds from our community members as well as other contributions from our students and staff.
One example is the art from Brier Terrace Middle School Librarian Karen Kasprzyk.
“I’m really excited about this display, especially when the kids stop to see who’s on it! I wanted to pick diverse women from around the world who have made a positive impact,” says Kasprzyk.
How many women do you recognize?
Are you interested in your child learning in two languages?
Edmonds School District Two-Way Dual Language is open for Incoming Kindergartners and 1st Graders at College Place Elementary and Cedar Valley Community Schools!
Join us at one of our dual language informational events! We will explain the application process and answer any questions you may have.
The meetings will be held on the following dates:
March 10th 6:30-7:30 p.m.
March 15th 6:30-7:30 p.m.
JOIN THE ZOOM MEETINGS: https://tinyurl.com/5n84jnbn
We are excited to share this wonderful opportunity with you and your children!
¿Le interesa que su hijo(a) aprenda dos idiomas?
El Programa de lenguaje dual español/inglés del Distrito Escolar de Edmonds está abierto para las/os alumnas/os entrantes de Kindergarten y 1º grado en las escuelas College Place Elementary y Cedar Valley Community.
Acompáñenos a uno de nuestros eventos informativos del Programa de lenguaje dual. Le explicaremos el proceso de solicitud y responderemos a cualquier pregunta que tenga.
Las reuniones se llevarán a cabo en las siguientes fechas:
- 10 de marzo 6:30-7:30 p.m.
- 15 de marzo 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Pulse en el siguiente enlace para UNIRSE A LAS REUNIONES DE ZOOM: https://tinyurl.com/5n84jnbn
¡Estamos emocionados de compartir esta gran oportunidad con usted y sus hijas/os!
Get moving with Move 60! this spring!
It’s time to register for the spring session of Move 60! This program provides a free opportunity for students in grades 2-6 to enjoy physical fitness at their school, either before or after the day starts.
Terrace High wins another First Amendment Press Freedom Award
Hawkeye, yearbook staff also nab individual awards at state competition
Mountlake Terrace High is taking a bow this week on the heels of adding several journalism awards to its trophy case.
For the ninth consecutive year – and 11th overall – Mountlake Terrace High’s school community earned the First Amendment Press Freedom Award from the Journalism Education Association. Hawks Student Media, (HSM), which encompasses all student media – from award-winning The Hawkeye newspaper, to the Tempo yearbook and broadcast operations. The school was one of only 18 nationwide to win this award.
Additionally, Hawkeye newspaper and yearbook students earned individual awards March 5 at the Washington Journalism Education Association 2022 Spring Conference and Write-Off Contests at Mercer Island High School. Hawk Broadcast Network, which includes Hawk TV, also won awards, including honorable mentions for news and features broadcast. It was the first in-person state conference since 2019.
Congratulations, Mountlake Terrace students!
Meadowdale High’s Beth Marriott inducted into Hall of Fame
Thinking it was a Friday afternoon staff meeting, Activities Coordinator Beth Marriott walked into Meadowdale High’s Great Hall to candy-covered tables and unicorn streamers while her family and coworkers congratulated her on a rare, but well-deserved achievement.
Marriott is headed to the Washington Activities Coordinators Association Hall of Fame. She’s one of three in the state this year to be inducted and from the cheers and surprise guests in the audience, it’s clear she’s more than deserving – one of her daughters flew in from West Virginia for the surprise announcement.
Congratulations, Beth and thank you for all you do to lead students through their time at Meadowdale High!
High School students – learn to become leaders of change
We are hosting our first annual student leadership conference, “Becoming Leaders of Change,” April 20. The goal is to provide high school students the opportunity to build and strengthen leadership, advocacy, and racial literacy skills to bring about transformational and sustainable change within ourselves, our families, and our communities.
Watch this short video below for more information, and fill out the Interest Form to attend.
Get ready to cheer for our Education Support Professionals!
National school breakfast week – March 7-11 (and every other day, too!)
Reduced-cost internet for eligible families
February High School Students of the Month
Congratulations to these 15 students!
Each month, our high school programs recognize students for their accomplishments and achievements. The photos and names of the February students are included below, and more information about each of these students is available on the Edmonds School District News website.
Learn about Scriber Lake High School
Join the Scriber Lake High School virtual information night at 7 p.m. March 23, to find out if this small, alternative high school is a good fit for your high school student.
Register for the meeting here: bit.ly/SLHSRegistration
Online School Board meetings
Stream the School Board meeting at 6:30 p.m. today, March 8.
You can stream the School Board meetings, find the agendas, and review the meeting minutes, by clicking on the meeting date here: https://go.boarddocs.com/wa/edmonds/Board.nsf/Public
Save the Date
See the upcoming events below. You can also view our district’s online calendar for the latest information on our website – bit.ly/ESDcalendar.
Tuesday, March 8, 6:30 p.m. School Board Meeting
Wednesday, March 16-Thursday, March 17. GRADE K-6 EARLY RELEASE, Parent Teacher Conferences
Friday, March 18. NO SCHOOL
What’s new at the Foundation for Edmonds School District
Scholarships Available for all senior students graduating from the Edmonds School District in 2022. The deadline is fast approaching! Make sure to visit our website for scholarship descriptions, award criteria, and the application portal. The application deadline is March 25, 2022.
- Summer Meals: Join us June 27 – Aug. 25 for free day camp activities and lunches! Four locations are available in Lynnwood, times TBD.
- Home Delivered Nourishing Network Weekend Meal Kits: Are you in need of supplemental food over the weekend for your child? Contact your child’s school today to get connected to the Nourishing Network. Meal kits contain a weekend’s worth of meals per child as well as some supplemental family staples that are currently being delivered directly to families. Click here for the application portal.