Summer School Announcements

  • Pandemic EBT (P-EBT): Emergency School Meals Program

    If your child received free or reduced price school meals you may qualify for P-EBT (help buying groceries while schools are closed.)

    P-EBT Flyer - English
    P-EBT Flyer - Español

    Applications for P-EBT must be completed by August 31, 2020. 

    Applications are availble by visiting or by calling (877) 501-2233. Can take up to 30 days to process. If you already receive EBT services, your benefits have already been added. 

    P-EBT is for children who received free or reduced price meals when schools closed in March 13 through June 19. Benefits are about $5.70/child for each day schools were closed, up to a maximum of $399 per child. 

    If you beleive you may qualify, don't hesitate to apply today. You will need to register your child with the same name and information used when registering them for school. 

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Summer School: General Information

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    The Mukilteo School District will be offering a modified summer school program for students currently enrolled in the district in grades 8-12.

    Summer school will be offered through distance/virtual learning.

    Summer school will be held July 6, 2020 - July 31, 2020 from 8:30am-12:30pm.

    Students will need to be available to engage with their teachers and classmates during these hours of instruction.

    Students can continue to access meals over the summer at the same grab and go sites.

    The last day to enroll in 2020 Summer School is Thursday, June 25th.


    • 8th grade options - Current 8th grade students may enroll in one of the following courses and if the course is successfully completed, 0.50 elective HS credit will be earned:
      • Integrated Block Class - designed for students who may want extra support in Math and English so they can successfully transtion into the high school

      • Introduction to HS (Kamiak or Mariner) - designed for students who may be nervous about going to high school, want to be better prepared, better engaged, meet new people, etc

      • WA State History - for 8th grade students who have not met this graduation requirement


    • High School options - Current high school students in grades 9-12 may enroll in the following courses:

      • Classroom based instruction - teacher directed courses in Algebra, Geometry, English or WA State History. Designed for students who failed one semester and need credit retrieval. If the course is successfully completed, students will earn 0.50 content specific credit. Courses will be graded Pass (P) or No Credit (NC)

      • PLATO/Credit Retrieval - Designed for students who are credit deficient and in need of credit to graduate. Students work independently on computer based courses with teacher support. Students can take up to two 0.50 credit courses, but must complete one before starting the second course. Students will earn content specific credit and/or elective credit. Courses will be graded A, B, C, D, NC or I 

    Students must engage and actively participate with their teacher and program in order to remain in the program. Students who do not engage will be withdrawn with no credit. Futhermore, students who engage in any form of Academic Dishonesty (cheating, plagerism, copying, submitting someone else's work as their own) will be withdrawn with no credit.

    Students enrolled in summer school: on July 1 and July 2, from 8:30am-12:30pm, you can come to Voyager Middle School to pick up Summer School Materials. Voyager Middle School is located at 11711 4th Ave W, Everett, WA. Students can pick up materials similarly to the grab and go lunches. 

Summer School Contacts