• Parents, did you know our attendance procedure has been updated?

    Attending school each day is the first step to student success in school. Our state has recognized the importance of student attendance and through the state legislature revised our state law RCW 28A.225 that concerns compulsory school attendance. These revisions are specific to the role and responsibility of the district concerning absenteeism and the resources available to assist students and families to correct absentee behaviors.

     Following the revised state law, revisions to EPS procedure 3122P, Attendance were made to establish and support consistent attendance practices district-wide for excusing absences, recording absences, conducting meetings and communications with parents/guardians to discuss student absences, and parameters for pre-arranged absences for vacation or travel. Beginning March 27th, the revised procedure 3122P, Attendance was implemented in all schools.

     We encourage parents to read the updated attendance procedure 3122P using the hyperlinks above or by using our district policies and procedures webpage or school attendance websites to become more familiar with the new changes. The revised and updated information for procedure 3122P will be included in the printed and online Student Responsibilities and Rights handbook and provided to students and parents for the 2017-18 school year.

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    Capital bond and levy project updates are now online

    Watch the progress of projects authorized by voters in the 2016 election and in prior years. Project descriptions, photos and updates are on the district website at www.everettsd.org/bondandlevy.

    We’re growing.

    1,500 more students projected in coming years—more than 800 at high school level.


    Emails will go to each guardian after March 1 asking for thoughts about enrollment growth in Everett Public Schools. What should the district consider as it plans for continued growth?

    Didn’t get an email? You can self-register at http://bit.ly/EPS_Texchange. Join the conversation at any time!

    Board special meeting March 30

    6-7:30 p.m.Henry M. Jackson High School, 1508 136th St. SE, Mill Creek, WA 98012

    Join Us!

    1. Learn more about the district’s tremendous high school enrollment growth issues and possible solutions to address growth over time.
    2. Speak with a board member. Sign up during the event.
    3. Hear what board members heard from community members about enrollment growth.
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    toucan flyer  

     Woodside's January/February Toucan Flyer is here! 



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    Clothes for Kids Rummage Sale rummage sale

    Click flyer for more information



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School Hours & Driving Directions

Regular Hours 8:35 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Woodside Elementary School
17000 23rd Ave. SE
Bothell, WA, 98012

Early Release 12:20 p.m. dismissal
Learning Improvement Friday 1:35 p.m. dismissal
425-385-7802 fax


learn The purpose of Woodside Elementary is to provide a place where each child will be empowered to reach their highest academic and social potential in a safe and nurturing environment.

Woodside is a diverse school with an amazing staff. Each and every staff member works diligently to ensure our students are learning in the ways that help them best. Our school has been awarded the state's achievement award 4 years in a row and our teachers are leaders in their fields both locally and nationally. Rest assured, our staff makes it a TOP PRIORITY to challenge and educate your child to the highest standards.

Type To Learn software for home use:

Please Click these links for downloading (One is for Mac, one for windows)
Students log in using their student ID number(lunch number) for both username and password

Our school code is 150551