•  Today, June 2, seems a fitting day to leave this message. Today is my son's 31st birthday, which is my marker for years at Monroe, 31! It is with excitement and sorrow that I leave my last message for the Monroe family. I have had 31 great years at Monroe and even longer in the district but when kids you knew in kindergarten, come back to be increddible colleuges and teachers, perhaps it is time to move on. I know whom ever comes after me will come with great energy, ideas, and hope for our Monroe family. I have no worries about that. Monroe has been a wonderful place to grow into my retirement.

    Thank you for sharing all your fantastic children with me over the years.

    Debi Doyle





    Please access the  link to the right in Quick Links

    if you may benefit from some resources

    that have opened up for immigrant families.





     Wow! A whole year since this most odd of all times began. In so many ways this years has been challenging and informative. With the news of vaccines, schools beginning to reopen, and of course spring and a bit more sunshine, I hope some inspiration and hope is filling your thoughts. 

    All though the weather of spring is always a welcome sight I know that does not mean the day to day struggles disappeaar. Please find below resources that may be of help. There are resources for food,clothing, and housing. Also below the chart is a link to some possible help with utility bills, just click on energy assistance.

    As always if there are other concerns you are having you can always email me at ddoyle@everettsd.org or call the school.

    Edmonds Food Bank

    United Methodist Church

    828 Caspers St Edmonds



    ·       Tuesdays 9:30am-noon

    Westgate Chapel Food Bank

    22901 Edmonds Wy Edmonds



    ·       Thursdays 11am-2pm

    Lynnwood Food Bank

    Silver Creek Family Church

    5320 176th ST SW Lynnwood



    ·       Wednesdays 2:30pm-6:15pm

    Maltby Food Bank

    21104 86th Ave SE Snohomish



    ·       Thursdays 2:15pm-4:45pm

    Marysville Community Food Bank

    4150 88th St NE Marysville



    ·       Tuesdays 3pm-6pm (6:30pm on the last Tuesday)

    ·       Friday 9:00am-11:00am

    ·       Monday 9:00am-11:00am for 62+ or disabled


    Mill Creek Community Food Bank

    Advent Lutheran Church

    4306 132nd ST SE Mill Creek



    ·       Thursdays 4:00pm-6:00pm

    Mountlake Terrace Concern for Neighbors

    Terrace View Presbyterian Church

    4700 228th ST SW Mountlake Terrace



    ·       Tuesdays 9:30am-11:30am

    Mukilteo Food Bank

    Mukilteo Presbyterian Church

    4518 84th St SW Mukilteo



    ·       2nd, 4th Monday 4:00pm-6:00pm

    ·       2nd, 4th Tuesday 9:00am-10:30am

    Snohomish Community Food Bank

    1330 Ferguson Park RD Snohomish



    ·       Tuesday 3:00pm-6:45pm

    ·       Fridays 10:00am-1:45pm



    Housing Authority of Snohomish County

    Everett 425-290-8499


    Housing authority, low income affordable housing, public housing

    May have a waitlist. Call to verify opening.

    Housing Hope

    Everett 425-347-6556x23


    Agency that provides HUD approved housing assistance program

    Lutheran Community Services

    6330 195th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 9803



    Agency able to provide housing assistance and many other resources to help community members overcome difficult challenges in life.



    Arlington Kid’s Kloset

    135 S French St, Arlington



    ·       Times may vary, please call

    Christ the King Community Church

    “The Kings Clothing Closet”

    825 Ave D., Snohomish



    ·       1st, 3rd Tuesday 6:00pm

    ·       3rd Saturday 10:00am-1:00am

    Clothes for Kids

    16725 52nd Ave W Ste B, Lynnwood



    ·       Times vary, please call

    Cornerstone Bible Church

    “Helping Hands”

    15533 75th St NE Lake Stevens



    ·       Every other Thursday, please call for exact times

    Westgate Chapel

    22901 Edmonds Wy Edmonds



    ·       Thursdays 11:00am-2:00pm

    Edmonds Lutheran Church

    “Annie’s Kitchen”

    23525 84th Ave W



    ·       Wednesdays 5:00pm

    Helping Hands

    18722 59th Ave NE Arlington



    ·       Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays 9:00am-noon

    Lutheran Community Services



    ·       Times and locations vary, please call

    Operation School Bell

    Snohomish School District



    ·       Please contact your school for referral

    Salvation Army

    2525 Rucker Ave Everett



    ·       Times vary, please call

    St. Joseph’s House

    1925 4th St Marysville



    ·       Tuesday and Thursday 10:00am-noon, 1:00-5:00pm, Saturday 9:00am-noon



     Energy Assistance





    Snohomish County WInter Resources

    Holiday Help



     November 2020


    Friday November 13 & 20 from 2pm - 5 pm The Everett Mall will host a drive through food pantry.

                       Veggies                              Food                          


    Seasonal Resources

    Below are some resources that might be helpful at this time of year.

    Also, if you have not yet received clothes from School Bell please fill out the attached form and return it to the school. Once I receive the form, I will take it down to School Bell for them to fill the order.

    Toys for Tots-- https://everett-wa.toysfortots.org/local-coordinator-sites/lco-sites/default.aspx?nPageID=100&nPreviewInd=200 . TANF recipients contact DSHS office/social worker. Others apply online thru 12/15; toys granted as supplies last.

    Salvation Army has an “Angel” program. This program provide kids with new clothing and toys. Families can apply here: https://saangeltree.org/

    Volunteers of America https://www.voaww.org/holiday-giving-program-2020

    School Bell




    Both forms need to be filled out.


    Any questions just email me @ ddoyle@everettsd.org



    October 2020

    Well here we are in the thick of online learning. A job well done to those of you who wake up daily and log on to see what learning adventures your teacher has in store for you each day. I admire all of you who can focus on your Zoom class and then spend even more time completing assignments or iReady tasks. But it is what it is and it is online learning.

    If however, online learning is not working for you or your finding it hard to log on everyday to participate please reach out to your teacher or me and let us see what we can do to help. I know for a whole lot of people the internet can be as much friend as foe. It is also something we have very little control over. Do know that if you are eligible for free or reduced lunch your family can apply for Internet Essentials from Comcast for $9.95/month. It is not the fastest speeds but it is a connection. If this is something you are interested in and I can be of any help please reach out.

    Just as in the spring when are busy lives were slowed down, I hope you take this time to enjoy the colors of the natural word around you. I walked a lot last spring and enjoyed watching the slow appearance of spring. Now as I walk I will notice how nature tucks away all its blooms to prepare for winter.

    Bundle up get outside breathe that fresh air. 

    Reach me @ ddoyle@everettsd.org




     September 2020

    .....And just like that we are back, sadly still online but all together once again.

    Again, we are charting new territory together. Please, whatever your need or question reach out to us at Monroe to see how we can help out.

    The best way to reach me is through my email, ddoyle@everettsd.org. I hope to join a lot of class Zooms to see what you all have been up to or just to wave. 

    Enjoy the last few days of summer before you log on to a new school year!




    June 2020

    The slogan for the Corona Pandemic seemed to be "We are all in this together." We certainly are all in this, our struggle with racism, together and maybe for once we will actually take action all together. I know action looks different for everyone so for that I offer the following.

    For those who want to do, read, think or somehow be involved in the current conversation - movement please consider the resource below. It is well organized and laid out to facilitate however much involvement you are looking for for yourself or for your family.





    Debi Doyle