PTA  Forms for 2022/2023 



New Edmonds School District Start & Dismissal Times for 2023-24

2023-2024 Edmonds School District Calendar - English

Calendario Escolar 2023- 2024 para la Familia - Spanish

Key Calendar Dates for school years: 2023-24, 2024-25, 2024-26

Edmonds School District Volunteer application

Edmonds School District Website - Home

Language Service Request Link  

 Languages: Idioma -- 언어 -- اللغة  -- ngôn ngữ  -- язык
العربية - Arabic;     한국어 - Korean,     Русский - Russian,     Español - Spanish,     Tiếng Việt - Vietnamese

Language Hotline – 425-431-1100
In an effort to better serve our multilingual families there is a new Language Hotline. It has a greeting in eight languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic, Korean, Amharic, Russian, Ukrainian and Portuguese. Families will be asked to leave a message. This messaging service is monitored daily by our district’s team of interpreters who will follow up with families with answers or to connect with other school or district staff.
-  You can use the Language Hotline to report an absence, leave a message for school staff or ask a question about a school program/event.
-  We will still have a separate Spanish line: 425-431-1304. Spanish-speaking staff will answer this during regular business hours. 

ESD Equity & Student Success Resources

Edmonds Equity Learning Suggestions

Mental Health Resources - tips, resources links and contact info for Care Solace. If you or a family member are looking for help with mental health or substance use, Care Solace can help you quickly find treatment options matched to your needs. It is a complimentary and confidential service provided to students, staff, and their families by Edmonds School District. Care Solace’s team is available 24/7/365 and can support you in any language.

Family Support Links

Librarians for Equity and Diversity (LEAD) recomended  book lists

District Equity Themes and resources


Covid Vaccine Information for Parents from the WA Department of Health flyer

LINK to get FREE COVID TESTS sent to you by WA Dept. of Health, while available

WA Emergency Management - Preparedness steps: Learn your Hazards.  Make a Plan.  Build a kit.   Be Prepared.

Preparing to be self-sufficient for three days will keep you comfortable during major storms and power outages, and even small earthquakes. Preparing for disasters does not need to be overwhelming! Start small and just keep going. Check out the Prepare in a Year guide to breakdown preparedness into bite-sized pieces. Booklet to Complete 1 activity a month to prepare your family for disaster, for individuals, family & pets.


Rally to read - National PTA has joined Reading Is Fundamental (RIF)'s national reading movement #RallytoRead! Check out the monthly read-alouds with acclaimed authors & FREE literacy resources.

National PTA's STEM + Families® program delivers access and hands-on exposure to science, technology, engineering and math to engage families and inspire students to pursue career opportunities in STEM fields. Here are additional STEM Family Resources to Share for our School Community.

Celebrate November Native American/Indigenous Heritage Month by learning more! Read books selected by the Librarians for Equity and Diversity (LEAD) team. Click to explore their Indigenous/Native American Book List! Explore what to watch this Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month by PBS.

Parent Teacher Association (PTA):

PTA’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Reflections Art Contest: Info for 2023-24

Notes from the Backpack: A National PTA Podcast for Parents, by Parents

School of excellence survey

Family Resources from National PTA

WA PTA Special Education Committee page lists information and resources.

PTA Connected from National PTA offers tools, best practices, expert resources and support to help your family have open conversations around digital safety and make decisions on how to navigate the digital community.

Healthy Mind resources for families from National PTA are now translated into Spanish, Tagalog, Somali and Mandarin. Family Toolkits can help build a framework for strong mental health support, provide families with Tools to Take Action: Positive Mental Health Practices and Topic-Specific Family Resources including videos. 

Please reach out at with any questions or comments. Your participation and input helps our mission of supporting our school, its staff and families.