Only the following students will need to return their device: Any student who is leaving the district; Last year’s 5th grade elementary students; Last year’s 8th grade students from Evergreen, Eisenhower and Heatherwood middle schools; All Gateway and North middle school students. View the device return schedule by clicking on the headline. All students who will return to Everett Public Schools this fall can keep their hot spots to use next school year. If you are unable to make your school’s scheduled collection date, you are free to return your device to another school. Information regarding where and when to pick up your student’s new device for this fall will come directly from your student’s principal in the next 2 – 3 weeks.
There seems to be a resurgence of COVID-19 cases in our county. Knowing the situation is changing week to week, we must be able to adapt our plans for the fall while remaining committed to providing quality instruction for our students in a safe manner. At this time, we plan for our students to begin the 2020-21 school year in a 100% remote model, using a staged approach for in-person reentry into school buildings. Please click headline for full message sent to families and link to descriptions of the different models that will be used throughout the year to indicate which stages the district is in at the current moment. Stay safe and stay healthy.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the WIAA announced a modified 2020-21 WIAA high school sports season calendar. Girls soccer, football, volleyball, and cross country will be played during Season 3, which is between March 1 and May 2, assuming dates do not change. Approval from WIAA to allow Wesco to offer boys tennis in Season 3 is pending, regardless, boys tennis will not be played in Season 1. Additionally, with 100% remote learning, all fall middle school sports will be delayed until at least January, 2021. Click headline to learn more.
Enrolling in kindergarten is EASY! If your child will be five years old by August 31, 2020, it’s time to register for kindergarten! We will be in a 100% remote learning model this fall and Everett Public Schools is actively enrolling kindergarten students, offering virtual “Getting Ready for Kindergarten” information, and planning transition events like “Everett Ready” on August 17-21 to help your child get ready for kindergarten. Click headline for online enrollment and watch a video of step-by-step instructions!
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