• May 12, 2023

    The last few weeks of school are probably the busiest time of the school year. Not only are we wrapping up the school year, reflecting on what went well and what we can improve on, but we are also preparing for the new school year.
    State testing is happening during this final stretch of the year, while we are also beginning to map out the learning, for both students and staff, that we would like to focus on in 2023-2024.
    These final weeks are also a time for celebrations. We thank and say goodbye to retirees who have dedicated their professional lives to student learning.
    We celebrate our senior students and wish them well in their future endeavors. We recognize well-deserving Employee of the Year award recipients who represent the collective dedication of our entire staff.
    As we close out the year, I remain grateful for the entire community of Sedro-Woolley who are our dependable partners in the education of all our students. 
    Stronger together, 
    Dr. Miriam Miralles Mickelson
    Dr. Miriam Miralles Mickelson has been the Superintendent of Sedro-Woolley School District since the 2021-2022 school year. 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, graduated from Southern Methodist University with degrees in English and Business and a minor in Economics. 

    District Mission:

    "Every student graduates with the knowledge and skills for future learning and success.”

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Last Modified on May 12, 2023