Do you remember what experience helped you decide your dream career? Were you in first grade? Sixth grade? High school? In Everett Public Schools students explore potential careers in different ways during their K-12 experience to help unlock their awareness of and interest in career opportunities. This approach, called career connected learning, weaves together school-based learning, extended learning, and work-based learning.
At its regular meeting on July 3, the Everett Public Schools Board of Directors approved a motion that directed the superintendent to “bring a proposal to the August 28, 2018 board meeting for its approval defining a committee process, guiding principles, participants, and timeline to develop a plan to temporarily mitigate the effects of high school growth. As part of this process, the district is asking for public comments through an open-ended question online survey available on the High School Growth Mitigation Committee website. The comment period is open through Aug. 15, 2018.
The Everett Public Schools Board of Directors approved the process and timeline for qualified applicants to submit application materials the board will consider in appointing a successor to former member Ted Wenta. Wenta created the vacancy when he resigned his position June 29.
The reading skills of students who don’t read over the summer “slide” backwards. When school starts in the fall, students who don’t read over the summer don’t do as well in class as those who have read even as few as four books. Here is your guide to summer reading resources!
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