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  • Plant Sale Save The Date
    FFA Plant Sale ~ May 7th & 8th.
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  • Prom Night (Me&CoDesign)
    High School Prom ~ Sat., April 28th ~ 8:00pm - 11:00pm in the High School Auditorium. Tickets are $10 per person and can only be purchased before school or during lunch at the HS office BEFORE April 28th.  Guest sign-up is also at the HS office.  All guests must be pre-approved to attend the dance BEFORE noon on Mon., April 23rd.  No Middle School students will be admitted.

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  • Monday (1-Hour) Late Start ~ Every Monday ~ Unless otherwise notified.

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  • Welcome to
    Mary Walker School District No. 207


    It's Time To Update Your Contact List ...

    As you may know, we’ve recently made some changes to the options for our ‘mature’ telephone system’s automated attendant.  Please bear in mind that this system will only repeat the main message once, and that there is no voice mail on the line [509-258-4534].  Pencils ready?  OK, here we go:

    For student-related transportation needs or issues, you’ll need to hang-up and dial 509-258-9041, or call or text their new alternate number:  509-936-2927.

    Press -1- for Springdale Preschool or Springdale Elementary School. [ext. 7357; or dial 509-258-7357]

    Press -2- for Springdale Middle School. [ext. 4790; or dial 509-258-4790]

    Press -3- for Mary Walker High School. [ext. 4533; or dial 509-258-4533]

    Press -4- for the Special Education Department. [ext. 4726; or dial 509-258-4726]

    Press -5- to leave a message for the Athletic Director. [ext. 4533; or dial 509-258-4533]

    Press -6- for Food Services, Human Resources or Business Services needs. [ext. 4701; or dial 509-258-4701]

    Press -7- for Accounts Payable. [ext. 4704; or dial 509-258-4704]

    Press -8- for the Superintendent or other District Office staff. [ext. 2535 & 2534; or re-dial 509-258-4534]

    Press -0- to speak with an operator … remember, there is no voice mail on this line.

    Thank you all for your ongoing patience as we continue trying to make old equipment work like new.


    I want to thank all students and staff for their effort under difficult circumstances Friday (March 23rd), and let our community know that we:
    -had extra law enforcement on site;
    -initiated an additional investigation process;
    -plan to continue with off-site educational options; and
    -plan to implement a risk assessment and evaluation.
    Please continue to call, text and or email with concerns and ideas: 509-688-9864 or
    --Rick Winters, Superintendent, MWSD#207

    The Mary Walker School District does not tolerate or condone Threatening, Violent, or Harassing Language in social media posts or any other communication.

    Recently, we have experienced several incidents of threatening and hostile social media posts involving students, families and staff of the Mary Walker School District. All such communication, in any form, whether direct or indirect, will be promptly reported to law enforcement. Students who engage in such communication will be subject to disciplinary action. Family members engaging in such communication will be asked to cease, and if such communication continues they will be subject to a trespass order barring them from our facilities. Our commitment is to have a climate of physical and emotional safety for all persons. We hope that commitment is shared by our entire community.

    Safety Concern Update:
    (Friday, March 23, 2018; 1:15pm)

    Several weeks ago, an allegation of a “hitlist” was brought up and was investigated.  That situation was resolved, but then it resurfaced again this week.  The matter was investigated again and brought to a conclusion.


    Later, due to irrational fears - social media was used in a negative way to create a hysteria around Mary Walker School District.  Law enforcement became involved and found there was no threat to the District.  


    It is true that our Nation is going through some difficult times in regards to school safety and we all should work diligently to support each other to create a culture of peace and goodwill…not a culture of fear and hysteria.  


    We are excited to be back at school today and we should move on with a great sense of relief - but we must continue to be vigilant and caring about our surroundings and about our “neighbor.”  Let’s enjoy this day and our upcoming weekend with great hope and vigor . . . spring is here!



    Matt Cobb, 6-12 Principal


    Safety Concern Update:
    (Thursday, March 22, 2018; 12:30pm)
    After working with the Stevens County Sheriffs Department and our local Springdale town law enforcement, the Mary Walker school district plans to have a regular school day tomorrow Friday, March 23rd.
    We also wish to thank everyone involved - parents, students and staff members - for their efforts in helping keep all students at Mary Walker and the community of Springdale safe and protected.
    Please contact Superintendent Rick Winters ( if you have concerns or questions.
    In the interest of safety, Mary Walker School District (Springdale) schools and offices will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, March 22nd.

    Teacher Voice Project

    Welcome to Mary Walker School District

    We are located in Springdale, Washington, a rural community in the northeast part of the State.  In addition to Springdale Preschool (traditional and ECEAP), our district consists of six (6) traditional and Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) schools:  Springdale Elementary (K-5), Springdale Middle School (6-8), Mary Walker High School (9-12), Mary Walker Alternative High School (9-12), Mary Walker Promise (K-12) and Springdale Academy (K-12).  

    Our Vision

    Prepare all students for learning at the post-secondary level.

    Message from our Superintendent

    Every school year is a chance to begin a fresh start, with new goals, high expectations and wonderful plans for the future. Together I hope we will improve instruction, increase student learning, develop a pleasant environment and have a safe school year.

    Our Schools are committed to helping all children develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes fundamental to achieving individual satisfaction and to becoming responsible, contributing citizens. The District promotes the development of intellectual, physical and creative competencies and skills of all students to reach their highest potential.

    As superintendent, my vision is that every member of this district have access to resources that will provide the opportunity to acquire the knowledge, skill and ability to achieve the level of success each member desires, in the endeavor they choose to pursue. Our goals, expectations and initiatives are designed to facilitate the achievement of that endeavor for each of us.

    A caring and collaborative professional environment, high quality leadership, curriculum and goal alignment, focused intentional instruction with comprehensive data analysis of teaching and learning will prove most important in assisting us to continually meet the obligations of meeting today’s challenges.

    As superintendent, I will promote and facilitate goal alignment within the admin team and attempt to relay to the staff proper communication for continued success in meeting the needs of all of our students.


    Rick L. Winters, Superintendent