Ferndale School District News

Earlier today, October 31st, a student in another school district made Ferndale Police aware of a questionable social media post shared to a personal student account.

It's time to sign up for the district's Winter Ride Program, which offers school-based transportation to the Mt. Baker Ski Area. A mandatory informational meeting (for parents, guardians and students) is scheduled for Thursday, November 8 from 6 pm to 7 pm at Horizon Middle School.

The Ferndale School District and Ferndale Chamber of Commerce are proud to announce Ferndale Futures, a new workforce development effort with a mission to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to be competitive in local and global markets and to strengthen the Greater Ferndale economy. Project partners at the Ferndale Chamber of Commerce and the Ferndale School District are set to launch a first event with Ferndale High School students and local employers on October 30th.

Updated information from the Ferndale School District regarding student threat at Ferndale High School.

The Ferndale School District is sharing additional information released by the Ferndale Police Department.

Central Elementary School has been honored for the third time with a School of Distinction Award recognizing sustained improvement in English language arts and math over a five-year period, announced October 11 by the Center for Education Effectiveness (CEE).

The No. 1-ranked Ferndale High School varsity volleyball team hosts Lynden High School Thursday evening at 7 pm and the contest is set to be streamed live via the Ferndale High School Facebook page.

The Ferndale School District is offering Jump Start Kindergarten, a kindergarten readiness program, for eligible 2019-2020 students living in the district with program registration to begin in November.

We've planned an exciting back to school event especially for you and your child(ren). Ferndale's Young Family Night on Thursday, October 18 will be a time for you to meet other young families, enjoy fun and creative activities with your child, learn about the important role that literacy serves in your child's education, and meet members of the Ferndale School Board.

The Ferndale School District and the Community Bond Oversight Committee have announced two listening sessions in October: - Monday, October 15 at North Bellingham Learning Center from 6 pm to 7 pm - Tuesday, October 16 at Custer Elementary from 7 pm to 8 pm The listening sessions provide opportunities for the Community to meet members of the Oversight Committee and to engage in two-way conversation regarding the Committee’s role and plans going forward. All community members are invited and encouraged to attend.

Marc Rodriguez is the Ferndale Kiwanis Club Student of the Month for October. Marc has been a member of the student group M.E.Ch.A since his freshman year. He played football during his freshman and sophomore years and he plays music for football games. He led a group of students doing morning announcements and has been the M.C. in school assemblies. In all of this, Marc has received praise and respect for his leadership and collegiality.

Ferndale School District has scheduled its annual HIV/AIDS Parent Information Review for Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Ferndale School District Office located at 6041 Vista Drive in Ferndale.

All-District Parent Math Nights are coming up soon over the next two weeks!

The Ferndale School Board welcomes newly selected Bond Oversight Committee Members Riley Cornelsen, Anya Milton, Bo Smith, Dan Cornelsen, Adam Rustad, Sandi McMillan, and Mark H...

Please join us and help keep our schools, families and communities healthy and flu free this season!   The Ferndale School District is committed to helping keep our ...

The Ferndale School District and Whatcom County Library System have formed a partnership called "ConnectED" to provide K–12 students access to the best education...

The Ferndale School District is participating in National Voter Registration Day on September 25th 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Those interested in registering to vote are invited ...

The whole child. It’s a phrase that is increasingly used in education circles to describe the idea that kids need more than academics in school - social and emotional elem...

Small changes make a big difference. The energy program at the Ferndale School District has helped the School District avoid cost and put those dollars to work for students. ...

Ferndale School District is seeking potential authors for the voter’s pamphlet statements supporting and opposing the Ferndale School District bond measure that will appear on the November 6, 2018 ballot. Election regulations require Ferndale School District to solicit members to serve on “for” and “against” committees who want to write statements for the local voters’ pamphlet.

Beach Elementary School Fourth Grader Mason Cash has been honored with the Sue C. Boynton 2018 Poetry Contest Award. A total of 224 Whatcom County residents participated in t...

How does your garden grow? Beach School's garden got a boost with a grant from Annie's Garden Grants. Led by Beach Elementary School parent, Connie Miller, students and ...

Dick Meyer and Marlene Burke (Dewey Griffin Subaru) were honored by Ferndale School Board with its Business of the Year Award for their generous support of our students and staf...

It was 1964 and Job's Daughters of Bethel 155 Masonic Lodge in Coachella Valley, California selected its Honored Queen—Prudence Lockhart. Fast forward to 2018, Prudenc...

The last school day for the 2017-2018 school year is Friday, June 15. All schools will be on early dismissal schedule. Beach Elementary 11:50AM Cascadia, Central, Custer, Ea...