The week of the shooting in Las Vegas, locally we experienced another tragedy...the shooting of a young person (14 years old) in our very own community, Everett. This brought about much discussion within our 8th grade. We had a deep conversation about PEACE and how each and every one of us can play a role in spreading PEACE in our world. It begins with each of us, parents and students alike!
Mrs. Wilson (Middle School Math teacher) has launched our SMM's very first PEACE campaign. It all began with an all-school assembly and has now evolved into a year long ...
The Day of the Dead, which dates back to Pre-Columbian times, honors the mysteries of life and death, through both celebration and reverence. Every year from November 1-2, both Mexicans and people around the world honor their loved ones with offerings or ofrendas displayed on colorful altars decorated with pictures, bright flowers, candles, and their favorite foods and beverages. (Google)
Our St. Mary Magdalen school community will kick off the Day of the Dead on November 1st with an all-school assembly which highlights the history and tradition of this Mexican celebration. Individual classes will see the ofrenda up close and hear more about this important and beautiful celebration. ...
It is an honor to have our efforts in the area of accessibility recognized and published. We truly believe in our mission and work hard each day to offer innovation and success to the students and families we serve!
In the spring of 2017, we were notified by Dennis Uniform (our uniform provider for over 40 years) that they would be changing the shade of green they offered for uniform vests. The dark hunter green color that we had grown accustomed to was changed to a lighter version of green. So after much internal discussion and many negotiations with Dennis Uniform Company, we decided to require the new color for the 2017-2018 school year in order for all students to be "in uniform". To offset the cost of a new vest, Dennis offered vouchers to families which
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EPA Honors Fifth-Grader from Everett, Washington for Protecting Bees and Other Pollinators
Date: June 14, 2017
Seattle – Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized Elizabeth Sajan, a 5th grade student at St. Mary Magdalen School in Everett, Washington, for her outstanding work to promote and protect bees and other pollinators in her local community. Elizabeth’s project is among 15 student projects from 13 states to receive the 2016 President’s Environmental Youth Award for their environmental education and stewardship achievements. EPA presented the award at a ceremony ...
Mrs. Peinado's love of art has been the driving force behind our Art Docent Program. She has been organizing parent volunteers for the past 10 years bringing art education into the classroom at every level. Our annual Art Walk & Ice Cream social is an opportunity to display and celebrate the creative works of our students in preschool through 8th grade.
And after 31 years we emotionally say goodbye to Mrs. Peinado as she begins retirement. She is the definition of a pillar of SMM. Countless students have had the privilege of being in her class and experiencing her unconditional care. ...
Shenanigans exceeded all expectations! We raised over $17,000. In addition, we brought in an additional $7,875 towards our Fund-a-Need (LED reader board). Many thanks to all who helped make this event a success!
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