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Golden Eagle Talons Present a cappella CARES

Join us for an evening of music. The Golden Eagle Talons present a cappella CARES. This is a benefit concert to raise funds for the Ferndale High School Choral Music Program. All proceeds go towards uniforms, music and education. Tickets at the door: $7 students, $10 adult. Performances by: The Talons Marksmen Mt. Baker Toppers ….and more The concert will be held at Ferndale high School Auditorium located at 5830 Golden Eagle Drive, Ferndale. For […]

Festival of Arts, Culture & Family

Ferndale Festival of Arts, Culture and Family Ferndale School District extends an open invitation to our community to join us for an evening of music, art, food, and dance Friday, March 24, 2017. Ferndale School District Board of Directors is hosting this FREE celebration to elevate, explore and enjoy together the diverse cultural backgrounds that make up the unique fabric of our community. All members of the greater Ferndale Community are invited to this open-house […]

School Calendar Revised-Make Up Days Set

Dear Ferndale Parents and Guardians, After receiving input from our parents and staff, and much deliberation, we have arrived at a decision about making up the last two snow days. As you know, we have missed a total of eleven days this year due to inclement weather. Nine of them will be addressed through three waiver days granted by the state, one extra day on January 30, and five extra days during the week of June 19-23. […]

District Releases Survey Results

Ferndale School District Releases Survey Results More than a thousand parents, staff, students and community members provided feedback in an online survey earlier this year about Ferndale School District’s facility needs and priorities. The online survey ran from January 19 through February 3, 2017. “Thank you to those who took our survey, it provided us with additional feedback on what you believe about your schools,” said Dr. Linda Quinn, Superintendent. “We value the opinions of […]

Students Celebrate 100th Day of School

It’s the 100th Day of School-March 2  Today marks the 100th day of school for the 2016-2017 school year. At Skyline Elementary School, students in grades kindergarten and first were celebrating by incorporating 100th Day of School activities into their literature, math and art lessons. Activities included students demonstrating they could write 100 words, drawing a picture of themselves as they are today and expressing some of the things they will be doing when they […]

Calendar Change for March 8

Wednesday, March 8, will be a full school day In order to make up instructional hours that were lost during the snow days in December and February, the March 8 early dismissal day will now be a full school day for all students and staff. Schools are required to meet a minimum number of instructional hours in grades 1-12. By extending Wednesday, March 8th to a full day we capture back some lost instructional hours. […]

Register for Kindergarten

Welcome to Kindergarten! Registration for students who will attend kindergarten during the 2017-2018 school year begins March 8. Parents may register directly at their neighborhood school Monday through Friday between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. To be eligible to register for kindergarten in the 2017-2018 school year, a child must be five years of age on or before August 31, 2017. School Locations— Beach Elementary, 3786 Centerview Rd., Lummi Island Cascadia Elementary—6175 […]

Students Excel in Mathematics

Over 180 Students Compete in Math Olympiad Students have been practicing math for months. It all came down to one four-hour culminating event held last Thursday evening. Ferndale Schools held its 25th Districtwide Math Olympiad at Eagleridge Elementary School on February 16. This year’s event featured 45 teams and over 180 students in grades 4-8. Students competed across a broad spectrum of higher level mathematics, ranging from algebra to probability. This year, Ferndale High School […]

Making Up Snow Days

Dear Ferndale Community, I am sure everyone is anxious to find out what the school district is going to do about making up snow days. Our central office administrators met Tuesday, February 14, to review pertinent laws and regulations and to begin to lay out options. Our next steps will be to meet with union leaders and to solicit input from others who will be impacted by schedule changes. Here is what we know so […]

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