Upcoming Events


  • School Board Meetings Notice: 
    Work Session / Special Meeting ~ Mon., October 15th ~ 5:30pm ~ HS Library.
    Regular Meeting ~ Mon., October 15th ~ 6:30pm ~ HS Library.
    If you require any reasonable accommodation to enable you to attend and/or participate, please contact the District Office at least 72 hours prior to the meeting (509.258.4534).

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  • Picture Re-Takes Day: 
    HS ~ Mon., October 15th.
    PK-8 ~ Mon., October 22nd.

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  • H - O - M - E - C - O - M - I - N - G ! Fri., October 19th
    6:00pm  Game Starts w/Dance to follow in HS Square (contact HS Office for more info.)

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  • Winter Sports Meeting ~ Thurs., November 1st ~ 6:00-6:45pm ~ HS Auditorium.

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  • Surplus Sale ~ Thurs., October 25th ~ 1:00pm-4:00pm ~ click here for more details.


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  • Blood Drive ~ Fri., November 9th ~ Contact Ms. Bingham (258-4790) for more info. regarding registering and beginning Health History online.

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  • K-5 Veteran's Day Breakfast & Assembly ~ Fri., November 9th ~ Breakfast begins at 8:45am in the Cafeteria; Assembly begins at 9:30am in the HS Auditorium.  Veteran's Welcome!

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  • Winter Program ... Concert, Cookies & Cocoa (PK-5th) ~ Thurs., December 13th ~ Concert begins at 1:00 pm in the HS Auditorium. ~ Cookies and cocoa will be served.
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  • Early Release Fridays ~ Every Friday at 12:40pm ~ Unless otherwise notified (no more Late-Start Mondays).

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  • 2018-2019 Quote

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  • Reminder

    Due to safety concerns and lack of supervision, students should not be on campus before 8:00am or after school - unless they are participating in a school-related function.


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  • Welcome to
    Mary Walker School District No. 207
     GO, CHARGERS !!!

    October 15th - 19th is Homecoming Week!!!

    Dress Up Days ...
    Monday: Pajama Day (must be school appropriate)
    Tuesday: Twin Day
    Wednesday: Class Color Day
    Thursday: Tie Dye or American (Wear your Red, White and Blue)
    Friday: Charger Pride Day

    Events ...
    Monday: Skittles and taters
    Tuesday: Tug of War
    Wednesday: Water Balloon Event
    Thursday: 3 legged obstacle course/wheel barrow
    Friday: Lip Sync, Jock Volleyball or 3 on 3 basketball for girls

    Homecoming Football Game ... Friday, Oct. 19th
    5:50 Senior Night
    6:00 National Anthem
    6:05 Line ups introduced
    Game Starts
    HALF TIME ... Royalty introduced
    Game Ends ... Dance Begins

    Homecoming Dance follows the Game (HS Square)
    If you wish to bring a guest from another school, you'll need to get a dance request slip from the High School and then return it by Wed., Oct. 17th ... No middle students are allowed to attend the dance.


    Washington State Healthy Youth Survey 2018  HYS Logo

    Our district is participating in the Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey on October 12, 2018

    The Healthy Youth survey includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors, access to school-based services, and sexual behaviors, abuse and orientation. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks.

         Participation in the survey is voluntary and the students’ answers are anonymous.

         Please read the Parent and Student Notification Letter for more information about the Healthy Youth Survey. 


    New this year ...
    for 6th -12th grade students.

    Friendly Reminder:
    Fridays are early release this year
    no more late-start Mondays.

    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 three (3) traditional schools:  Springdale Elementary (K-5), Springdale Middle School (6-8) and Mary Walker High School (9-12).  Alternative Learning Experience (ALE) education is also available.

    Air Quality Information and Resources

    Listed below are helpful resources to determine air quality status, activity recommendations, and ways to improve air quality within school buildings.   


    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