The Mukilteo School District is committed to success for every student, accomplished through powerful teaching and learning, dedicated staff and community support.
We acknowledge we are on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin since time immemorial. We respect this place and honor the sacred spiritual connection to the land, water, and its people, past, present, and future.
By acknowledging these lands and their original Indigenous inhabitants, we reach back to our own indigenous roots and reflect on the impacts of colonialism and the lands from which all our people come. We are connected to our ancestors through this connection to land, for the land is what connects us all.
We express our deepest respect and gratitude to the traditional people of this territory, the Snohomish and Tulalip Tribes, for their enduring care and protection of the land which we currently share.
Our families, staff and community are invited to a Community Forum on our district budget. The forum will be held Feb. 6 from 6-7:15 p.m. virtually on Zoom to share information, answer questions, and hear your thoughts on budget priorities. Please click the headline for meeting details.
School may be delayed or canceled because of weather conditions or other events. Bus routes may also be affected by unsafe travel conditions. We communicate school closures and delays in a variety of ways including phone calls, emails and text messages to families. That means it is important to keep contact information up to date with your child’s school. Visit the inclement weather webpage for details.
The Mukilteo School District uses the ParentSquare platform for district, school and teacher communications. ParentSquare provides a safe way for everyone to connect and offers messaging through email, text, phone and app notifications. Please visit the ParentSquare webpage to learn more.