Marysville School News
9/28/2020Please attend the Virtual Back to School night on Tuesday, October 6th for K-5 and Wednesday, October 7th for Middle School.The format will obviously be different this year. On Tuesday October 6th we will have informational meetings for families with students accessing Special Education Services and English Language Learning Services from 4:30 to 5:00 pm. You will receive links to those meetings from the Marysville staff. There will be a meeting about Marysville’s Talented and Gifted services from 5:00 to 5:30. A link for that meeting will be shared through the school Remind texts. Finally there will be two sessions of classroom open houses for Kindergarten through 5th grade. The first session from 5:30 until 5:55 and the second repeat of the classroom open house from 6:00- 6:25. If you have more than two children at Marysville in k-5, please choose two classrooms to visit during the virtual back to school night and then visit with the other classroom teachers during their office hours. Your child’s teacher will be sending you links to the meetings. Ms. Tucker will also be hosting an open Meet from 5:30-6:30 for any and all things library and media related. She will share the Meet nickname in a Seesaw announcement.The Middle School Open House will be a virtual panel meeting on Wednesday October 7th from 5:00- 6:00 pm. All of the middle school teachers will be in the same meeting. They will share information about the middle school classes and our exciting Verizon Digital Promise Grant.
9/25/2020Marysville recently hosted a drive through meet and greet for our new Kindergarten students!
9/14/2020Our school psychologist, Holly Salvatore, has created a virtual office. If you would like to visit her virtual office, click the following link for helpful resources and ways to get in touch. Virtual OfficeYou can also get to her virtual office by finding and clicking on her name in our Staff section.
Hang Pham/ she, her and hers
School Social Worker- Woodmere & Marysville
My name is Hang Pham. I am a new addition part-time School Social Worker here at Marysville Woodmere. I have heard lots of good things about our school and our team. I am so lucky to be a part of the team. I am very excited and can’t wait to serve our students, families, and communities. I understand that my role as a social worker is to empower and advocate for students and families. I promise to serve the Marysville and Woodmere students and family with all of my skills, energy, and positivities. I also want to provide all of the necessary support/ tools/ resources to all of our students and community members including BIPOC populations. I find values in being culturally informed, understanding how social location comes into play with interactions, and will strive to use strengths-based approaches to practice. My strengths lie in working with immigrants and refugees, as well as people with mental health and intersecting social identities. I want to see our students and families get the services that they needed/ deserved in order to be successful including justice and equity.
A bit more about myself: I am an alumnus of Madison HS and finishing my MSW at PSU. I am an outdoor person and I am more on the extrovert side but easy to get emotion sometimes. I am a vegetarian. I like cooking. I think that is enough for now. I will save the rest and share it with you as we go this year. Oh, one more thing that I am bilingual. If you need help with any Vietnamese students, families or anything relates to the Vietnamese language or culture please don't hesitate to reach out. I am more than happy to support you if I don't know the answer, I will help you to find out. Again, it is my honor and privilege to be on board at Marysville and Woodmere this year.
Emergency Resources for staff, families and students/ Tài liệu dùng cho những trường hợp khẩn cấp cho nhân viên, gia đình và học sinh
Stay calm and have fun Virtual Calming Room
Giữ bình tĩnh và tận hưởng những niềm vui Virtual Calming Room
Quý vị dowload và đăng ký thì mình nhận được thông báo di tản trong khu vực mình đang sinh sống (quận Multnomah), trên app sẽ cho mình biết những địa điểm trú ngụ an toàn để mình có thể tá túc.
Tài liệu hướng dẫn phòng chống những thiên tai (Trước, trong và sau thiên tai)
Hướng dẫn y tế cộng đồng: Các hoạt động ngoài trời của trường học trong những lúc xảy ra cháy rừng
Information for pregnant women and parents of young infants during disasters
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9/10/2020Please click on the following links to view suggested at home learning school supply lists. These are only suggested lists and we have the highlighted materials available at Marysville if you need them. You can contact the school by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you need anything.
9/3/2020Families do NOT need to submit a free or reduced-price meal application for students who are enrolled in a CEP school during the current school year.