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District Announcements

  • New WCAS science assessment

    The WCAS is an online science assessment that was administered for the first time last spring. It fulfills the federal requirement (ESSA) that students be tested in science once at each level: elementary, middle, and high school. Click on the headline to watch a brief video to better understand the early years of WCAS scores and how they might affect students.

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  • Gearing up for 24 credits

    Beginning with the class of 2021, students will be required to earn 24 credits to graduate instead of 22. District staff has been preparing for those increased graduation requirements for the past four years. The 24-credit requirement includes flexibility for students to follow career pathways and to be ready for a variety of college and career options after high school.

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  • Board of Distinction

    In 2014, 2016, 2017 and again this year, Everett Public Schools board of directors earned high honors from its peers – the designation as a Board of Distinction. On Nov. 15, at the annual Washington State School Directors Association conference in Spokane, Everett’s school board will once again be among the state’s Boards of Distinction. Of the state’s 294 school districts, only 29 will be honored with this award.

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  • Garfield named School of Distinction

    Garfield Elementary School, for the fourth year in a row, has earned a School of Distinction award from the Center of Educational Effectiveness. The award recognizes schools for sustained improvement in English Language Arts and math over a five-year period. Garfield is one of 91 schools in Washington state to earn the award this year.

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  • Website Maintenance

    Blackboard will be updating our website Thursday, November 15 between 7:00 p.m. PST and 10:00 p.m. PST. Significant downtime is not expected; however, some pages may not be available for a very short time. 

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