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Front Porch: Mukilteo School District conducting survey

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District survey
What do you think of your child's school? The Mukilteo School District is asking parents their opinion about their child's school in a survey being conducted through Friday, April 12.
This is the 15th year that the school district has asked parents to participate in the survey.
The school district hopes to learn whether parents feel welcome at their child's school, whether they feel well informed about what is happening at school, whether their child is expected to meet high standards, whether they have a positive impression about the quality of education at the school, and many other things.
The survey results will be compared to the findings from past years so the school district can identify trends.
Parents have the choice of either filling out the form that is mailed to them or completing the survey online through the school district's website at
Make string dolls: Pipe cleaners, plus colored thread, plus your imagination, equals string dolls! Decorate your bag or keychain with these adorable mini-dolls that you can make at the Mukilteo Library on Friday, March 29 at 1 p.m. What a great way to spend your early release day and kick off spring break!
All supplies provided. The Mukilteo Library is located at 4675 Harbour Pointe Blvd. Call us at 425-493-8202 for more information.

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