Mariner Compass


• The deadline for Class Election Applications has been extend to Wednesday May 5th @ 2:00pm. There are still many positions available. Find the link to apply on the ASB Schoology page or on the @marinercity Instagram. There will be a candidate meeting Wednesday at 2:30pm. The link will be sent to you on Schoology. Email Ms. McNeil with any questions!

• Sophomores and Juniors…The Mukilteo School Board wants you! Applications for next years student directors are not open online! Student Directors are the voice and vision on the school board. If you would like to represent Mariner in this position please complete the application by Friday, May 6. Applications can be found at or go to the Mukilteo School District website – then Departments – Student Services – and then Student Directors. Applications can be turned in to Mrs. Porter in Administration.

• Students, and important reminder… single use water fountains cannot be used. Water filling stations can be used to fill or re-fill bottles. Please bring bottles from home. Again, per the health department the single use water fountains cannot be used so please do not remove the wrapping around them to use them. Bring a water bottle from home. Thank you for your help with this.

• Another reminder about summer school registration that is currently open! This summer, programs will include both in-person and distance learning elements, depending on the program.

• High school students can earn or make up required academic credits or enroll in Elite Fitness through summer school. Find more information and the registration link on the Summer School website. Summer school enrollment ends June 17 but register soon as spots fill quickly.

Seniors interested in performing at graduation and other possible senior events – Reminder – Auditions are this Wednesday, 5/5 @ 1:00 in the Choir Room.

May is Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! This month is dedicated to celebrating the contributions and heritage of AAPI folks in our country. May was chosen as Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month to commemorate the immigration of the first Japanese to the United States on May 7, 1843, and to mark the anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad on May 10, 1869. The majority of the workers who laid the trackers were Chinese immigrants. We will continue to provide information about AAPI Heritage month throughout the rest of May!


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