Support your schools

I would like to take a few moments to talk about the Marysville School District.

My children have been in the school district for a few years now and I just wanted to say thank you to the teachers, administrators, and the entire school district staff for the fine job they do. I have seen nothing but continued dedication from the school district.

This year the school district has made a point of giving the teachers designated time to gather together as a whole and learn how to better teach our children some of the new curriculum they are using. I find this very encouraging to see the effort that is being put forth to ensure that our children get the best from their teachers.

As a parent, I want to encourage my children and see them thrive academically. Therefore I am especially grateful to know that the school district is directly working toward these same goals for all our children.

I will continue to support my school district as they continue to support our children to their fullest potential.

Gina Castillo

Marysville

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