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Hidden River Middle School

Linda Boyle, principal

Principal's Message - April 17, 2014

Attention HRMS families—Spring is finally upon us and we would like to remind you all of our standardized dress code policy. This is posted throughout the school, is found in your student handbook that was signed by both parent
and students at the beginning of the year and you can also get a copy of this in the office. Students out of compliance will be asked to change by calling home or will be asked to put on their P.E. clothes for the remainder of the day.

The following are NOT appropriate for school:

  • No clothing that is too tight, including Yoga pants and pencil skirts
  • No pajamas or slippers (this is occasionally allowed during Spirit Week
  • Leggings only okay underneath a top that extends 2” past fingertips with
    arms hanging straight to sides
  • Shorts, skirts and dresses must extend 2” past fingertips with arms hanging straight to sides
  • No clothing with slogans or symbols that advertise drugs, alcohol, gangs,
    violence, sex or tobacco or clothing with words and pictures symbolizing
    racism and/or offensive behavior to the learning environment
  • No visible undergarments, including boxers and men’s sleeveless undershirts
  • No spiked arm or neckbands, or chains of any kind, as well as chains on
  • No holes in pants, shorts or shirts above fingertips (with arms hanging
    straight to sides, holes must be below fingertips plus 2” down)
  • No spaghetti straps or baby tanks, low-cut shirts or dresses. Tank straps
    must be at least 2”wide at the shoulder
  • No short shirts or very low-cut pants (no bare midriffs)
  • No hats, hoods or other head coverings. It is a sign of respect and etiquette to remove these items upon entering any building. If a student cannot follow this expectation, the item will be taken from the student and held in the office until the end of the day.

Also HRMS families, we will also be taking a stronger stance on bullying. More
information to follow.

Linda Boyle

Attendance Hotline: 360-804-4101

Hidden River Middle School
9224 Paradise Lake Road
Snohomish, WA 98296-7145

Phone: 360-804-4100
Toll Free: 1-800-282-7818
Fax: 360-804-4199

School Hours: 7:50 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.

Attendance Hotline: 360-804-4101

Linda Boyle, Principal
Joe Delp, Assistant Principal
Liz Holton, Secretary
Deborah Schelfhout, Attendance Secretary
Kathi Yingling, ASB, Counseling Secretary
Helen Hutson, Athletic Secretary
Michelle Simeoni, Counselor

Daily Bulletin
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August: 08-21-13

September: 09-05-13, 09-19-13, 09-26-13

October: 10-10-13, 10-24-13

November: 11-07-13, 11-21-13

December: 12-05-13, 12-19-13

January: 01-09-14; 01-23-14

February: 02-06-14; 02-20-14

March: 03-06-14, 3-20-14

April: 04-03-14, 04-17-14



Our community offers many opportunities for youth to enrich learning, Monroe Public Schools publishes notices from not-for-profit groups offering such activities on this website under Community Notices. Paper copies are often also available in the main office at our schools.

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Important Notice About Internet Safety

The best way to protect children from online harm is to keep computers in a family area of the home. Visibility allows parents to look over the students' shoulders without being too oppressive. Young children should have a parental chaperone whenever they are on the Internet. Two sites that discuss these issues and offer advice can be found at www.safekids.com and www.safeteens.com.

Hyperlinks to staff web sites (located on the Staff page) are provided for student and parent convenience, and all staff web sites are hosted by external Internet service providers. Monroe Public Schools assumes no liability for content contained on external service provider sites. Filtering software from one of the providers listed below is recommended to prevent unauthorized access to sites beyond the District's control.

Norton | Cyber Sitter | Net Nanny | Surf Watch | Cyber Patrol

Voicemail: 360.804.2998 ext 4195



2013-2014 Officers are:

  • President:
    • Kim Cripe
  • Co-Vice President:
    • Lisa Terry
    • Corinne Barinaga
  • Co-Secretary:
    • Jamie Tuthill
    • Terri Klemmer
  • Treasurer:
    • Tracey Nordby


Schedule of Early Dismissals, Vacations, Conferences

For the most current calendar of events, watch for the weekly Hidden River Headlines.

Dialing 360-804-2998 accesses staff voice mailboxes.

The search option lets families use their telephone keypad to enter the teacher's name to be connected to the voicemail system to leave a message.

Staff Telephone Directory

Baker, Sarah Paraeducator  
Bell, Jill Food Services  
Bircher, Mark PE  
Boyle, Linda Principal  
Brady, Brena Paraeducator  
Capili, Sarah Paraeducator  
Chickering, Suzanne Band
Christian, Mary Paraeducator  
Cizek, Janice 6th Grade, Math
Cloute, Heather 8th Grade Humanities
Curry, Katherine 8th Math, Algebra
Depner, Stan Custodian  
Fordham, Jennifer 6th Grade Humanities
Glover, Jayme Psychologist  
Gnojewski, Carol 7th Grade Humanities
Gross, Jeremy 6th Grade Math  
Haberlack, Tamara 7th Grade Science
Hannan, Steve PE/Health
Holton, Liz Lead Secretary  
Hutson, Helen Athletic Secretary  
Ingham, Bret Librarian  
Kilgore, Kindra 7th Grade Humanities
Kirk, Christina 8th Grade Humanities
Koon, Alison 6th Grade Science
Kothenbeutel, Jennifer Spanish  
Leers, Dan
8th Grade Science
Lendy, Curtis Learning Specialist
Ligman, Karen Paraeducator  
Navone, Laura Art
Oestreich, Robin 8th Grade Humanities
Pape, Ciara Paraeducator  
Pavlik, Lori 6th Grade Humanities
Schelfhout, Deborah Assistant Secretary  
Simeoni, Michelle Counselor
Smith, Janet Paraeducator  
Spivey, Michelle 6th Grade Humanities
Tellez, Maria Custodian  
Valluzzi, Holly 7th Grade Humanities
Waller, Colin 6th/7th Grade Math
Wille, Brett Assistant Principal  
Wiseman, Angela Nurse  
Witruk, Tanya Learning Specialist  
Yingling, Kathi Assistant Secretary  
Yunker, Rebecca Learning Specialist


As a caring community of students, staff, and parents, we at Hidden River dedicated ourselves to a program that meets the unique needs of the middle school. Through quality curriculum, consistent expectations and enrichment, students strive to be responsible citizens and develop a positive self-image as they become life-long learners.