Welcome to the Sedro-Woolley School DistrictFebruary 9, 2022
Dear Sedro-Woolley Students, Families, and Staff:
THANK YOU to each and every person who voted for Sedro-Woolley students on Feb. 8th!
Our community came out with strength to support our students and our schools. Strong schools have strong community backing. The City of Sedro-Woolley recently announced their vision for economic growth and development. The school district looks forward to contributing to this goal with every student graduating with the knowledge and skills for future learning and success. Students’ success equals community success and we appreciate the opportunity to continue this mission.
We are humbled by the outpouring of support from our community, and we are committed to using these funds responsibly to support student learning. We will continue to make sound financial decisions with your tax dollars while providing transparency and accountability the voters expect.
The future of our schools and community is bright — and we are ready to focus on our students and their learning.
To keep communication lines open, we continue to share weekly family newsletters that focus on providing not only pertinent information to our families and staff, but also shows the multiple ways our students are learning and growing inside the four walls of their school buildings.
As a district, we are committed to providing all our students with engaging and rigorous learning experiences in a safe and supportive learning environment. We will build on the lessons we learned from the past year and celebrate the resiliency that sustained us through such a trying time.
Please do not hesitate to reach out. I would love to hear from you, hear your story, and hear about what matters to you.Dr. Miriam Miralles MickelsonSuperintendent360-855-3500Jada TrammellExecutive AssistantSuperintendent's Office360-855-3502Dr. Miriam Miralles Mickelson is the Superintendent of Sedro-
Woolley School District, replacing Mr. Phil Brockman who retired in June. Previously, Dr. Mickelson was the Executive Director of Teaching and Learning Services in the Snohomish School District. She served Edmonds-Woodway High School as principal and Lake Washington High School as associate principal. She started her career in education in the Clover Park School District where she worked as a substitute teacher, National Board-certified high school English teacher, and instructional coach. Dr. Mickelson was born and raised in the Philippines and immigrated to the U.S. at age 22. Her husband, David, is a retired Air Force officer, and her son, Zach, is a senior at Southern Methodist University.
"Every student graduates with the knowledge and skills for future learning and success.”