MVSD School and District Office Summer Hours

Summer BreakThe District Office will remain open to the public throughout the summer. Beginning the week of Monday, June 18, we will be open Monday through Thursday, from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and resume regular Monday – Friday office hours, beginning Monday, August 20.

School Office Hours

  • MVSD School Offices will remain open to the public through Friday, June 22. After Friday, June 22, all school offices will close for summer.
  • LB School Office is scheduled to reopen to the public on Thursday, August 23 with student registration scheduled to take place on Thursday, August 23 and Friday, August 24.
  • MVES and Transportation Offices will reopen to the public on Monday, August 20.

Have a great Summer Break!

MVSD Set to Launch Summer Lunch Program

MVSD Summer Lunch ProgramBeginning Monday, June 25th through Friday, August 17th, the Methow Valley School District Food Services Team will be providing free summer lunch for any child 18 years of age and younger.

They will be located in the Twisp City Park Monday through Friday (except July 4th), between the hours of 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.

Have a great summer!

Liberty Bell Athletic Teams Combine for a 6th Place Finish Out of 61 Schools in WIAA 2B Scholastic Cup, A Top Ten Finish for the 3rd Consecutive Year!

XC Team 2018 Scholastic ChampsThe WIAA Scholastic Cup recognizes performance in the classroom as well as on the playing surface. Schools that finish at the top of their respective classifications in state athletic competition receive points, as do schools that finish at the top in team academic performance.

Sportsmanship is also a factor, with substantial points deducted for ejections from contests. At the end of the year, the school with the most points in their classification will be awarded the prestigious Scholastic Cup! And, while all teams placed well, the LB XC outpaced all others in their sport, with the boys finishing 1st and the girl’s finishing 2nd!

Please join us as we congratulate our coaches and student-athletes for their outstanding performance in the classroom and in their respective sports!

MVSD Launches Integration Media Specialist Position

Student using a laptopUsing the feedback obtained through the Budget and Staffing Development Process, coupled with research and best practices associated with school libraries and student learning, the MVSD is launching a search and selection process for the district’s Integration Media Specialist (IMS).

The technology levy funded position titled Integration Media Specialist (IMS) will work collaboratively with classroom teachers within the MVES Library/Media Center and classrooms to support the development of students who graduate possessing the critical thinking, research, communication, and self-management skills necessary to pursue the widest range of college, career, and life opportunities possible.

In addition to his or her work with classroom teachers and students, the IMS will be working as a member of a district-wide team that aspires to implement a clear and cohesive vision for our district’s library/media centers and “maker spaces” to support student learning at the highest levels possible.

What is a Maker Space? Well, here’s a link from one of the movers and shakers in Technology & Library Media Design, Jennifer Gonzales, Cult of Pedagogy that might serve as a useful resource –

Thank you, Methow Valley, for your generosity and continued support of our students!

PFSA Celebrates 15 years of Enrichment for Every Methow Valley Student

MV PFSA 15-year Anniversary Event

Saturday, June 2 • 1 – 4 p.m.

Join Methow Valley Public School Funding Alliance (PFSA) for an afternoon of fun at Rockchuck Ranch (formerly Tice Ranch).

PFSA will be showcasing current PSFA–funded programs and honoring over 100 programs supported by community donations. Enjoy displays, children’s activities and entertainment. Food and beverages will be provided.

MVSD to Add Primary Classroom Teacher, Reducing K-3 Class Sizes

3rd Grade Student with Science ProjectCommitted to maintaining small class sizes at the primary grade levels during a period of overall growth in student enrollment, the Methow Valley School District will be using state funding and local levy dollars to expand staffing and reduce primary grade level class sizes by adding a classroom teacher within grades K – 3.

Using projected enrollment figures, the additional classroom teaching position will lower K-3 class averages to a ratio of 17 student per classroom teacher.

Thank you Methow Valley community for your generous support of our students!


Enjoy a Wonderful Summer Break and We'll See You in the Fall!