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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • MPHS Our hearts and thoughts are with the Marysville community in the aftermath of the tragic school shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
     
    As our students learn of the Marysville incident, they will need our support and reassurance.  Each of us in the school district is prepared to support each of our students and our families.
     
    Resources for parents and teachers to help children:
    Tips for talking with and helping children and youth cope after a traumatic
    event
    - from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
    Helping children cope with school violence - from Magellan Behavioral Health
     
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  • SEATTLE NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR THIS WEEKEND
     
    October 31 through November 1 students will have the opportunity to meet admission representatives from a variety of colleges and universities to discuss degrees and programs of study, admission requirements, financial aid options, and other information relevant to selecting the right college.  Friday, October 31 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., and Saturday, November 1 from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  This event is free and open to the public at the Washington State Convention Center.  Click here for more information about this great opportunity to meet with representatives from nearly 300 colleges in one place!
     
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  • SENIOR INFORMATION
     
    There are several deadlines approaching for the Class of 2015.  November 12 is the senior portrait/baby photo deadline for yearbook submission.  November 19 is the late senior portrait deadline - a $30 late fee applies and no photos will be accepted after this date.  The deadline for senior yearbook ads is December 17.  Click here for more information on how to submit senior portriats and senior ads.  For more information about important dates for the Class of 2015, please click here for the most up-to-date information.  Click here for information about the Class of 2015 Grad Party, and for more information about cap/gown/announcements, please visit NWGrad.com.
     
     
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  • WELCOME TO NAVIANCE - YOUR NEW TOOL FOR PLANNING THE FUTURE!

    How are you doing on your after-high-school plans? What would you like to do after high school? Will you go on to college? Join the military? Become an apprentice, or start to work right away? Something else? 

    How do you gather information to make those decisions, and how can you explore possibilities while you are still in high school? 

    Naviance is the tool for you! Check it out at http://connection.naviance.com/everetths. In no time at all, you will open doors to help you explore and plan for your future after high school – and connect with school staff to help open doors to meet your goals or explore possibilities you might not have considered yet.

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  • EHS INTRODUCES SMARTER BALANCED ASSESSMENT

    Here is your first look at the new Smarter Balanced Assessment.  Click here for practice and training tests!

    The work of Smarter Balanced is guided by the belief that a high-quality assessment system can provide information and tools for teachers and schools to improve instruction and help students succeed - regardless of disability, language, or subgroup.  Smarter Balanced involves experienced educators, researchers, state and local policymakers, and community groups working together in a transparent and consensus-driven process.

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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

 
Everett High School
2416 Colby Ave.
Everett, WA, 98201

CONTACT INFORMATION
 
425-385-4400
425-385-4402 fax
 

MISSION

Everett High

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