The Falcon Spirit 17 March 2017

The School Year Is Extended by Three Days

School Year Is Extended By Three Days

Remember when school was canceled on December 9 and again on February 6 and 7 because of ice, snow, and poor road conditions? Those canceled school days will be made up by adding three days to the end of the school year. That means the last day of the 2016-17 school year will be Monday, June 26. Here is how the schedule will look:

• Wednesday, June 21, the day originally scheduled to be the last day of school and also scheduled to be an early-dismissal day, will now be a full day of school.

• Thursday, June 22 and Friday, June 23 will be full school days.

• Monday, June 26 will be the last day of school and will be an early-dismissal day.

Here is the revised 2016-17 calendar:

Book Fair

Mukilteo Elementary Book Fair

Spring Scholastic Book Fair is Coming Soon! Mark your calendars for March 20th through 24th!

Read to Feed Update

Read To Feed

Collectively, we have earned 43,540 AR points! We’re getting closer and closer to our goal of 60,000! Keep up the good work! Keep up the great work Mukilteo Elementary School Families. We can achieve our goal!


Order Your ME Yearbook Today

Yearbook orders are due by March 31, 2017. Yearbooks will be delivered the last week of school. Yearbooks are only available on a pre-order basis so order yours today.

  • Go to, or click on the button below.
  • At the top of the website, on the right you will see a red box in the middle of the page that says: "Yearbook Orders--Mukilteo Elementary"
  • Click the box and you will be directed to the online order form.
Leadership Day Thank You

Leadership Day Thank You

A deeply heartfelt thanks goes out to everyone who volunteered for Leadership Day. You assisted on a day that could not have come together without your help and I so appreciate it! YOU AMAZED ME...From picking up Starbucks at the last minute, to taking time off work to be here, to filling in when others couldn't make it, to "literally" doing the dirty work of parking cars. What a blessing it was to work with all of you and celebrate our phenomenal kids this year. Well done!

--Nikki Kennedy

Volunteer Coordinator

Leadership Day

Leadership Day A Success

Leadership Day was a success for our students because they were able to show their exceptional leadership skills using the 7 Habits. Thank you for everyone who came out and for providing our students with the opportunity to showcase their amazing talents.

It was great seeing our Mayor, Jennifer Gregerson, supporting our students and contributing to their learning.

Educators from around the Pacific Northwest, came to Mukilteo Elementary School to see Leadership Day.

The Outdoor Classroom inspired many visitors.

Students were able to showcase their learning.

Adults were provided with an opportunity to learn from our students.

Students were provided an opportunity share why their learning is important.

Past principals were able to see the legacy of their work.

Thank you for a Great Leadership Day

Falcon Family News

Family Falcon News

Voice Art

Voice – the 8th Habit.

Mrs. Green and Ms. Beckman's 5th grade Summit classes explored the importance of your voice as an individual and as a collective whole with this "Out of the box" collage project planned by one of our art docents. Each student's pizza box collage is unique in expressing each’s heart, mind, body, and spirit in pictures and words.

A BIG "Thank you!" to Garlic Jim's Pizza in Mukilteo for being our pizza partner in art! This art installation for two classrooms was made possible by the donation of 50 pizza boxes!

The power of this instillation can be viewed from all directions. When you look at the entire work from the right, you will see shades of blue, and from the left shades of red. The top follows with all shades of green and the bottom if you look from below is comprised of all purples.

The power of the individual voice and the collective whole with these classes is phenomenal.

Spelling Bee

Spelling Bee

The annual Spelling Bee will be held Wednesday, March 22nd for grades K, 2 and 4 and Thursday, March 23rd for grades 1, 3 and 5.

Check in for spellers begins at 6:00 pm each night. The youngest grade level will begin spelling at 6:30 pm.

Permissions slips to participate are coming home next week.

If you have any further questions please email using the button below

Please visit the MEPSTA website to download the permission slip, word list, and registration form.

Jaclyn Miller

DI Update

DI Update

Congratulations to our Destination ImagiNation Mukilteo Elementary Teams! Last Weekend at the North Sound Regional Tournament, our teams showed great creativity, acting, and engineering skills! ALL of our teams took home accolades!

"The Amazing Creative Superstar Peeps" were flying high with all their teamwork skills in using simple and complex machines and great humor.

Our "7 Masterminded Lightbulbs" Team scored the Coveted Spirit of DI award for their Instant Challenge Skills and teamwork.

"Da Bombs" Team-who competed in the Fine Arts Central Challenge won 2nd place in the tournament with their use of lighting, magic, and illusions.

"Those People" Team competed in Improvisation and won 1st place in the tournament, they will now go on to the State Tournament in April.

The "Infinite Creative Crew", in which our own 5th grader Dafny Joshwa, is a part of, won both 1st place in the Technical challenge AND the coveted Renaissance Award for ingenious technology. This team will now go on to the State Tournament in April too.

Congratulations to all the DI teams for their Good Sportsmanship and Synergy! We are so proud of you!

A great deal of gratitude goes out to our fine managers of our DI Teams: Keri DeVilbiss, Marcella Wise, Diem Duong, Leslie Lehmann, Aina Green, Betty Willard, Jennifer Develice, Kayce Quevedo, and the Joshwa family.

A very special thank you to all of the volunteers that helped in appraising too: Anne Crocco, Jamie Hayes, Shelli Jordan-Zirkle, Amie Parker, and Marcella Wise.

Mukilteo Elementary School Driveway and Parking Lot Speed Limit

Mukilteo Elementary School Driveway and Parking Lot Speed Limit

For the safety of each of our students, please follow the speed limit for our driveway and parking lot.

The speed limit in our driveway and parking lot is 10 MPH.
From The Reader Board
Reminder about our PTSA Meeting this Monday 20 March 2017
Talent Show

Talent Show

The Mukilteo Elementary Talent Show of 2017 Will take place: April 21st during school assembly April 27th at 6:30 pm in the auditorium for parents.

Auditions for students will take place 3:30 to 5:30 pm on March 29 and March 30.

Click on the button below to learn more.

Mukilteo School District complies with federal and state rules and regulations and 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 a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following individuals have been designated to handle questions or complaints of alleged discrimination: Title IX Officer – Bruce Hobert (425-356-1325), Section 504 Coordinator – Lisa Pitsch (425-356-1277), and the ADA/Access Coordinator – Debra Fulton (425-356-1330), all located at 9401 Sharon Drive in Everett, WA 98204.


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