The Falcon Spirit 7 April 2017

Online Calendar

Online Calendar For ME

A goal at Mukilteo Elementary School is to keep our community informed about our events. To support each family with planning, we have updated our school calendar. To know what is happening at our school, click on the button below and book mark the page.

Spring Break

Spring Break

The week of April 10 is Spring Break. We will see everyone again on April 17, 2017.

Visiting Our School

When Visiting Our Campus

When visiting our campus, please remember to sign-in a get a guest pass.

AquaSox Hit a Home Run in School

AquaSox Hit a Home Run in School

It is time to get ready for baseball season with some fun reading! Our school is participating in a month-long program presented by the Everett AquaSox & Sound Transit that will motivate your child to become a Home Run Reader. Each classroom and each student will have weekly and month-long reading goals, and will receive prizes as they reach their goals. The students will be reading "around the bases" in order to reach home plate and will receive prizes for completing the program. One of the prizes will be a free ticket to our school's reading night an an AquaSox baseball game in June! We will be celebrating the end of the school year in style with a great night at the ballpark.

Mornings With The Falcons Weekend Edition

Talent Show Update

  • Rehearsal – 4/19 6:00 pm
  • Student Assembly – 4/21--students only
  • Night performance – 4/27 6:30 pm
Food Drive

Food Drive

Who: All Mukilteo Elementary students are invited to participate.

What: Annual M.E. Food Drive to support Mukilteo Food Bank and M.E. Packs for Kids

Where: Please bring non-perishable food donations to your classroom

When: Monday April 24th - Friday April 28th

For more details, including specific items needed by Packs for Kids and the Mukilteo Food Bank, please open the flyer linked below:

Golden Acorn Award

Golden Acorn Award

This is an award given out by the PTSA to individuals who have given exemplary volunteer service to children and youth in our school community…not just an individual who has donated time to help in his/her child’s class or a staff member who is doing a good job. This award is given to recognize volunteer service “above and beyond” a particular job description.

We would like you to participate in the selection of our award recipient through your recommendations, and our PTSA awards committee will make the final selection.

Nominations must be submitted by Friday, April 21st. You can submit as many nominations as you like

DI News

Destination ImagiNation News

Destination ImagiNation News! The State Tournament was great fun and tough competition. Our Improvisation Team-"Those People", placed 5th in the tournament and our Middle School Technical Team-"Infinite Creative Crew", placed 1st in their Central Challenge and now has been invited to the DI Global Tournament in TN. They also received the Renaissance award for original creativity and technical skills. This now concludes our DI season at Mukilteo EL and I am so grateful for all of our volunteers and team members who helped make it fabulous!

Marcella Wise, DI Coordinator

Your Feedback

Share Your Feedback at Mukilteo Elementary School

Mukilteo School District parents are invited to take part in a short survey about their child’s school. The survey asks parents a series of questions, such as whether they have a positive impression about the quality of education at the school, whether they feel welcome at the school, and whether staff members understand and support their child’s learning needs.

The results will be used by schools in developing School Improvement Plans and will help schools and the school district improve communications with parents.

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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