A Look at our District

Edmonds School District #15
Student learning is the focus of all we do. Governed by a board of directors, our mission and vision is to advocate for all students by providing a learning environment which empowers students, staff and the community to maximize their personal, creative and academic potential in order to become lifelong learners and responsible world citizens.  School Performance Reports provide yearly updates of our progress in key areas. Here is a snapshot of 2014-2015 School Year Highlights. Here is information about our Budget, Demographics and Enrollment.

Student Performance Data

Student assessment in the Edmonds School District provides clear, meaningful, and balanced information about the extent to which students are meeting district and state standards and will be used to improve student learning.


Edmonds School District staff believes the purpose of assessment is to serve the needs of students, teachers, parents, administrators, and the community by:Technology Use

  • providing essential information about student progress towards meeting standards.
  • guiding educational improvement efforts.
  • clarifying what students are expected to know and be able to do.
  • tailoring instructional activities to meet the needs of individual students


    Community Support


    We are grateful for the ongoing support of school levies and bonds by our community.  In recent years, voters have approved:

    • 2014 Capital Construction Bond
    • 2012 Technology/Capital Levy (expires 2016)
    • 2010 School Programs and Operation Levy (expires 2014),
    • 2010 Supplemental School Programs and Operation Levy (expires 2014),
    • 2006 Capital Construction Bond, and
    • 2008 Technology/Capital Levy (expired 2012).

    For more information, please see Your Tax Dollars at Work.


    Some of the many external organizations that partner with the district to improve student learning and academic success include the Foundation for Edmonds School District. The district based Equity Alliance for Achievement and Natural Leaders programs focus on parent involvement and advocacy.
    Want to Know More?
    If you have any questions about our schools or programs, we invite you to ask us.  We will do our best to find the right person to respond to you within a few days.  Please send your question(s) to DJ Jakala, or call 425.431.7044.
    Last Modified on December 22, 2014