March 22, 2022 Family message

Dear Mukilteo School District families,

Please review the following reminders:

COVID TESTING SITE

COVID testing is available at 12310 Meridian Ave. S., Everett, 98208 (near Mariner High School). Appointments are welcome, but not required. It is open to all students, staff and the community.  

Rapid antigen and PCR tests are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. However, the site will be closed for testing on Thursdays after 2 p.m. through May 19, due to track meets.

PCR test results are delivered by email in 24 to 36 hours after being received by the lab. 

Consider registering before you arrive to save time. Please enter from Meridian Ave. S.

STUDENT AND FAMILY WELL-BEING SURVEY

About a week ago, we shared with you that we are inviting staff, students (grades 3-12) and families to participate in a social emotional and well-being survey again this spring. The survey is open through April 8. The survey should only take 15 to 20 minutes to complete and is available in several languages including English, Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian, Korean, Arabic and Vietnamese.

Take the family survey

We encourage you to have your children take the survey too if they are in grades 3-12. The access code is the student’s ID number.

Take the student survey

Thank you for helping us get a sense of how people are doing and how we can better support students and families.

YOUR THOUGHTS MATTER

Thank you to the nearly 500 people who have already participated in the ThoughtExchange which will help inform the district’s strategic plan. There is still time to share your thoughts through this ThoughtExchange. You can share one or multiple thoughts in response to the question, “What are the most important skills and experiences our students need to prepare them for success in learning and life?” You can view and rate other people’s thoughts.

The exchange is available in over 50 languages including Arabic, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese. It is open to all students, staff, families and community members!

Sincerely,

Mukilteo School District