Climbing enrollment is impacting Everett Public Schools. Join the school board for a special board meeting on Thursday, March 30, 6 p.m., in the Jackson High School Commons to study high school capacities, enrollment projections, and discuss ideas for addressing growth expected over the next 10 years. We need your thoughts about how to handle enrollment growth in our schools. You'll have an opportunity to discuss your thoughts with a school board member. Learn more about enrollment growth in Everett Public Schools on the Capital Facilities website.
Everett Public Schools’ graduation rates have increased and continue to be substantially higher than Snohomish County and the state.
The district rate for students who graduated in four years has risen from 90.2 percent in 2015 to 90.9 percent for the class of 2016. More than nine out of 10 students graduate on time.
For students who chose a five-year path to graduation, the rates are equally impressive. A year ago that number was 94.5 percent. This week the state confirmed Everett Public School’s five-year graduation rate in 2015 as 94.7 percent.
The number of mumps cases in Washington state is on the rise, and several cases have been confirmed in the district (letter from Snohomish County Health District). Learn more about mumps and how you can best protect your family from this infectious disease on the Washington State Department of Health website.
If your child isn't current on their MMR immunizations, they may be excluded from school if there is a case of mumps at their school.
You may get the vaccine by contacting your healthcare provider. Or, call the Family Health Hotline at 1-800-322-2588 to find other vaccination locations. Thanks to those who helped make the March 11 mumps vaccination clinic possible and thanks to those who received an immunization.
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