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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION

     
    There will be a new student orientation on Tuesday, September 2, at 9:00 a.m.  This orientation is for all new students who were unable to attend a previous session.  Please check in at the Main Office.

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  • JAZZ CHOIR AUDITIONS

    The first portion of Jazz Choir auditions will begin the first day of school (September 3) at 6:30 a.m. and after school from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. in the choir room.   Be ready to sing a 1.5- to 2-minute portion of a piece of your choosing showing off your voice.  No acapella pieces, please.   You may accompany yourself, have others accompany you, and or use karaoke.  In addition, be ready to sing the “Star Spangled Banner” acapella.  You will also be required to have an individual session with Mrs. Hansen to listen to your voice range, pitch, volume, and sight reading abilities within the first few days, before school, at lunch, or from 2:00 to 2:30 p.m. within the first three days of school.  The last portion of the audition will be singing in quartets and begin on Monday, September 8.   The piece to be performed will be given to everyone the first day of school.  Results will be posted on Friday, September 12.  Remember:  This is a high level class and students must know how to read music, hold pitch independently, and sing with confidence and poise.  Good luck to all!

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  • GET YOUR SCHEDULE AND GO SHOPPING!

    Students can come to EHS between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, to pick up their schedule, pay fines, and purchase an ASB card, yearbook, and parking pass (2014-2015 prices).    If a schedule change is needed, please complete a Schedule Change Request Form. All forms must be signed by a parent and returned to Amanda Overly.

    Student schedules are also available online through our LMS system, and you can also pay fines and purchase items through Payments Online.  Student picture day will be on Tuesday, September 9.

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  • FALL SPORTS 

    Fall sports are quickly approaching and we hope to see many students getting involved.  The first day for fall sports are listed below.  All sports require completed "Eligibility Forms" which can be found HERE.  Completed forms should be turned in to Jodie Sievers (jsievers@everettsd.org; (425) 385-4426) in the main office.  Please contact the coach for additional info on the individual program. 

    Participation in High School sports have been shown to have a positive impact on the individual student in many ways.  Data shows that student-athletes have greater success in their academics as well as improved overall social, emotional, and physical health.  High School sports also contribute to the school climate and the “High School Experience” for the entire student body.

    GO GULLS!
     
    Ian Freeman 
    ifreeman@everettsd.org           
    425-385-4491
     

    Sport

    Coach

    Email

    First Day

    Start Time

    Location

    Cross Country

    Bruce Overstreet

    boverstreet@everettsd.org

    Monday, 8/25/14

    9:00 a.m.

    North end of Memorial Stadium

    Football

    Will Soren

    wsoren@everettsd.org

    Wednesday, 8/20/14

    9:00 a.m.

    Memorial Stadium

    Freshman Football

    Will Soren

    wsoren@everettsd.org

    Monday, 8/25/14

    11:00 a.m.

    Memorial Stadium

    Girls Soccer

    Kosta Pitharoulis

    soccercoachkp@aol.com

    Monday, 8/25/14

    8:00 a.m.

    Lincoln Field

    Girls Swim

    Paul Bolme

    paulbolme@comcast.net

    Monday, 8/25/14

    3:00 p.m.

    Forest Park

    Boys Tennis

    Tim Boyd

    tboyd@everettsd.org

    Monday, 8/25/14

    9:00 a.m.

    Clark Park

    Girls Volleyball

    Natalie Kaltbrunner

    nataliek5@hotmail.com

    Monday, 8/25/14

    1:00 p.m.

    EHS Gym


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  • EHS WELCOMES NEW CHINESE LANGUAGE TEACHER

    Everett High School is pleased to welcome a new Chinese Language Teacher for the 2014-2015 school year.  Ms. Xu comes to us from China’s Henan Province, and previously taught in New York.  She loves animals and taking pictures of our “big mountain” when it is out.  There are a few spots left in Chinese 1, so if you are interested in this class, please e-mail Amanda Overly.

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  • ADVANCED PLACEMENT AND HONORS SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS
     

     

    Honors 9th Grade English

    Honors 10th Grade English

    Honors 11th Grade English

    AP Biology (C. McIntyre)

    AP Calculus AB (J. Johnson)

    AP Chemistry (A. Smith/N. Flowers)

    AP English Language (J. Pitharoulis)

    AP Psychology (L. King)

    AP Spanish Language (D. Lansberry)

    AP Statistics (J. Richer) - no summer assignments

    AP U.S. Government (D. Wilson)

    AP U.S. History (L. King)

    AP World History (C. Carlson/B. Overstreet)

     
     
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School Hours & Driving Directions

SCHOOL HOURS

Regular hours

7:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Early release

11:30 a.m. dismissal

C.E. work week

10:30 a.m. dismissal

Learning Improvement Friday  
12:45 p.m. dismissal

DIRECTIONS AND CONTACT INFORMATION

 
Everett High School
2416 Colby Ave.
Everett, WA, 98201 
(425) 385-4400
(425) 385-4402 FAX
 

MISSION

Everett High

To inspire, educate, and prepare every student to be career and college ready.