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April 14, 2014


Principal Terri Kaltenbach

Marysville Arts & Technology High School


Dear Terri:


Congratulations!  Marysville Arts & Technology High School is a recipient of the 2013 Washington Achievement Award.

Washington Achievement Award winners are selected using the Washington Achievement Index and criteria in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) flexibility waiver. The award is given in six categories: Overall Excellence, High Progress, Reading Growth, Math Growth, 5-year graduation rate and English Language Acquisition. Marysville Arts & Technology High School is being recognized for:


High Progress


Media Release

The list of award-winning schools will be released to the media on Wednesday, April 16. We ask that you consider this award notification embargoed until that announcement goes out.


Recognition Event

On April 24 we will celebrate your achievement at an awards ceremony hosted by Timberline High School in Lacey (email invitation to follow). If you are unable to join us at Timberline, you will receive your award from your local Educational Service District at a later date.


We realize this is very short notice for you and your staff to make travel arrangements and sincerely regret the inconvenience. We appreciate your patience as we adjust to a new hybrid accountability system and take the extra time needed to verify school data and calculations.


OSPI’s Statewide Recognition Coordinator Hilary Seidel is organizing the awards ceremony in collaboration with the State Board. You will receive more details from her soon, but feel free to contact Hilary at Hilary.Seidel@k12.wa.us if you have any questions about the award or the ceremony before then.


Again, we congratulate you on this achievement. Your staff, students, parents and community can take pride in joining this distinguished group.


We hope to see you on April 24!


Randy I. Dorn                                                  Dr. Kristina Mayer

State Superintendent                                        Chair

of Public Instruction                                        Washington State Board of Education


cc:  Superintendent Becky Berg, Marysville School District

STEM Vision “Making education realistic through innovative learning opportunities while preparing students for a global community.”


Discussed possible structure for STEM programming for non-integrated. Start a club first.


  • Stakeholder decision making meeting.
  • FIRST Robotic Challenge
  • FIRST Tech Challenge
  • DECA
  • Sustainability Project
  • Computer Tech Lab Repair
  • Applied Art

Arts & Technology High School
7204 27th Ave NE
Marysville, WA  98271