Is my Child too Sick for School?

School attendance is important and we want to encourage students to always be present, on time, each day of school, however, if your child is sick and contagious it is important that they stay home from school until they have fully recovered. It is also expected that if your child becomes sick while at school that you will make arrangements to pick them up, as soon as possible, during the school day. Please use the guide below to help determine if your student needs to stay home from school. Fever: If your child has a temperature of 100F or higher ...

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The Giving Tree is a Layette Program this Year!

The 7th grade class is sponsoring the Christmas service project with the Parent Club and Catholic Community Services this year. Traditionally our school has provided gifts for families at Christmas, this year it was decided to provide full layette packages to families who need help with outfitting a newborn. Please help the 7th grade class reach our goal of fulfilling 40 full layettes. Each class has been assigned two items from the list below, all unwrapped donations may be dropped off and placed under the Christmas Tree just outside the main office lobby. We ask that you have your donations ...

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Join the Parent Club at the Annual Spaghetti Feed

SMM Parents Club Presents:

The Annual Spaghetti Feed and Raffle!

Enjoy a night with Dinner, Dancing, Games, Raffle Baskets and a Dessert Bar on Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 starting at 6:00 pm in the Parish Hall.  The event will wrap up by 9:00 pm.  To pre-purchase your tickets complete this link and turn into the office by Wednesday!    

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CYO Fall sports sign ups are online now.

St. Mary Magdalen CYO Cross Country and CYO Soccer registrations are now open for this next fall for grades K-8th.  Click here to register online. Registration is through TeamSideline.  If you are new to this system you will be required to create a new account. If you have any questions about either sport, please feel free to reach out to Jason Blachly at jasonblachly@comcast.net.    

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Ten Reasons Why Catholic Education Still Matters

Written by: Reverend Ronald J. Nuzzi, Ph.D. Director, ACE RISE (The University of Notre Dame) 1. An Incarnational View of the World Catholic School students learn that God is present and active in their lives and in the world. They learn to recognize the “footprints of God” in their daily experiences, especially in the midst of life’s challenges. They develop a sense of “sacramental awareness”. They see the signs of God’s love around them, and become instruments of God’s grace in their own ...

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Learn more about our Parish Capital Campaign

Join the campaign!
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Click here to see the Campaign Brochure

Parish Campaign Webpage

Click here for more information on Matching Gifts

Double your donations with Matching Gifts

Matching Gifts is a great way to double your contribution to the Capital Campaign. Many companies encourage employees to contribute to qualifying charities. Basically the company will match the employees donations ...

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7th Grade Salmon Release

Our Salmon Project began at the end of last school year when we received a grant from the Fulcrum Foundation which provided the funds needed to purchase a 60 gallon tank and all the equipment needed to successfully launch a salmon research and release program for our students. In January 2017, we picked up 150 chum salmon eggs from the Tulalip Fish Hatchery and our project officially began.  The eggs were immediately placed into a 60 gallon tank in our middle school Science lab where they were expected to hatch within a week, and so they did! The excitement within our student ...

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We are blessed to have a FULL TIME School Counselor!

My name is Alexis Garcia and I am the first ever school counselor at St. Mary Magdalen Catholic School.  I am bilingual (English/Spanish).  Originally from the Midwest, most recently, Kansas City, I am excited to be living in the Pacific Northwest!  I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology/Sociology from McPherson College and my Master of Arts degree in Counseling & Guidance from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.  This is my seventh year as a certified school counselor. My experience so far at SMM so far has been very rewarding.  I provide individual, academic and social/emotional counseling, as well ...

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