Today, Monday, December 5, due to the coming storm and the increasing possibility of snow and ice hitting the convergence zone this evening, district and school-related events and athletic games this evening are cancelled. The Beyond the Hour of Code event is also cancelled. Community events held at district facilities are also cancelled.
High school afternoon practices will occur as scheduled.
Please watch media reports and this website for information about the next school day's schedule. If there is no announcement, schools will operate on a normal schedule. We will give families as much advance notice as possible about school closures or delays.
Please stay warm and safe.
Concert season is upon us. Check the performing arts calendar or individual school calendars for dates and times. It is also a good time to donate those musical instruments you aren’t using anymore. Everett Public Schools has partnered with Music4Life to enhance music offerings and make our band programs accessible to all children. Learn more ...
Moody's upgrades district's bond rating to Aa1
Everett Public Schools has earned an increased bond rating based on its credit worthiness and financial performance. Moody’s Investors Service has assigned its underlying rating of “Aa1” to the district’s upcoming $47.9 million unlimited tax general obligation bonds and upgraded the rating on $145.8 million of outstanding general obligation debt to “Aa1” from “Aa2.” The rating outlook is stable. Read news release.
Everett Public Schools earns "Best in Class"
Everett Public Schools is proud to have earned United Way's "Best in Class" award for school districts. Together, the district and Foundation achieved the top 2015 school district campaign in Snohomish County. United Way is one of many community partners who share the district's goals of breaking the cycle of poverty and making our communities better places.</
Inspire, educate, and prepare each student to achieve to high standards, contribute to our community, and thrive in a global society.