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  • The Mukilteo School District acknowledges that we gather 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. The district serves a diverse population of about 15,000 students who live near the Puget Sound about 15 miles north of Seattle. Dedicated staff help prepare our community's children to be successful, contributing members of the community. Our students learn in an environment that is positive, caring, and focused on their highest academic potential.

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  • Remember to vote!

    Remember to vote by Tuesday, Nov. 2!

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  • Student and family well-being survey

    Students in grades 3 through 12 and all families are invited to take a well-being survey. The surveys are open through Oct. 24. If you or your child has not yet taken the survey, please do so. Your responses will help improve our school district and help us better support students and families. Click headline for links.

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  • We're hiring!

    We're looking for qualified, dedicated people like you! If you or someone you know is looking for a job, please apply on the district Employment Opportunities website. Ask questions about job openings, the application process, and more during the weekly job information Zoom meeting. Click headline for links.

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  • National Principals Month

    National Principals Month each October is an opportunity to honor our incredible principals.

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  • Disability History Month

    Disability History Month aims to increase awareness, respect, and acceptance for people with disabilities, and to bring a greater sense of pride to people with disabilities.

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  • Dyslexia Awareness Month

    October is Dyslexia Awareness Month, an opportunity to help spread the word about the neurological condition and to support children and adults with dyslexia.

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