• Vision Statement

    The vision of Olivia Park ESS's is that all students can learn personal, social and leadership skills to develop into responsible citizens and have successful careers. 

    Mission Statement

    Our school supports the social and emotional development of the whole child by teaching universal positive building-wide strategies (PBIS), healthy interpersonal skills, emotional regulation, bullying prevention and personal safety. In addition, our school provides targeted support based on individual student needs through thoughtful collaboration with staff and families. Intensive supports for students experiencing significant emotional or social deficits are provided through individual interventions and community resource connections.

Phone: (425) 366-3329


Degrees and Certifications:

BS: Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University 2015 MA: Social Work, George Fox University 2017

Mrs. Goody

Mrs. Goody joined Mukilteo School District in 2018 following her employment as an ECEAP family support specialist. During her education, Mrs. Goody gained experience in youth mental health services, child protection, and adoption/foster services in her home state of Oregon. With her experience and education, Mrs. Goody aims to excel in providing meaningful services to students and families, with an emphasis on empowering, advocating, and recognizing student strengths and value.  

During the summers, Mrs. Goody enjoys holding the title of on-site Camp Director at a residential summer camp, where she works with children of all grades to build social skills and networks, learn about conflict resolution, and focus on having fun!

Phone: 425-366-2728


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor in Human Services, Western Washington University Master of Social Work, University of Washington

Mrs. Wagner

Hello, my name is Alexzia Wagner! I am one of your Elementary Support Specialist at Olivia Park. You can find me here on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. I received my Master of Social Work, specializing in Community-Centered Integrative Practice. I have a background in partnering with schools to work closely with students and their families to navigate systems, connect them with resources, and offer support. My job is to increase social-emotional learning and foster a school environment that is equitable and inclusive.

I look forward to building in connection and community with you all!



    Safety is one of the school district’s top priorities. To help safeguard the school community, the district provides a tip-reporting service that allows students, staff, parents, and members of the community to submit safety concerns by telephone, text, email, or the Internet.

    Called SafeSchools Alert, the system can be used to report tips on bullying, harassment, drugs, or vandalism, or any other kind of safety issue. And, the tips can be submitted anonymously. (Those calling to report an emergency will be advised to call 9-1-1, instead.)

    A person with a concern can submit a tip in any of four ways:

    Call 425-374-0021

    Go to the website at http://1438.alert1.us

    Send a text to 425-374-0021.

    Send an email to 1438@alert1.us

    Every tip that is received will immediately be logged into the SafeSchools Alert system, which will automatically notify administrators so they can investigate and take appropriate action. Whether a tip is submitted anonymously or with a name, the person who made the tip also can check back later to see how the matter was handled.