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  • Student Mental Health During COVID Video

    "Student Mental Health During COVID" is a new Parent University video put together by several of our amazing counselors. Learn practical strategies for supporting your child's and your family's mental health during this challenging time. Children may be exhibiting new behaviors under stress. Learn what is typical and when it might be time to seek additional help or resources. We love our students and our families, and taking care of our mental health is so important. Watch the video by clicking on the headline.

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  • Hybrid Learning Model 3 begins February 8

    Beginning Feb. 8, Kindergarten and grade 1, resource students in Kindergarten and grade 1, ECEAP, Extended Resources and Achieve grades 1-5, Transitional Kindergarten and preschool receiving itinerant services, along with students from Learning Model 2, will be returning to the classroom in hybrid model, unless circumstances require a delay.

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  • Elementary schedule change to begin February 10

    Starting the second week of February there will be a schedule change for elementary school families. To provide time and support for elementary teachers and students, beginning February 10, Wednesdays may be dedicated to asynchronous (independent work time) and synchronous (real-time virtual connections) instruction and/or support at the teacher’s discretion. The new Wednesday schedule will replace the LIF, early release Fridays. Click on the headline to read the full letter sent to elementary families.

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  • Fall sports tentatively begin February 22

    In December, Western Conference (WESCO) athletic directors approved a proposed February 22 start date for fall sports. The proposal requires approval by the WIAA executive director and local superintendents. Three weeks before the start of the season, WESCO athletic directors will evaluate whether each sport can be offered in relation to COVID data at the time and the risk level of the sport. Read more about sports season proposed dates and guidance by clicking on the headline.

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  • Four SPED programs returning January 19

    Beginning January 19, Developmental Kindergarten, STRIVE and Life Skills students back into the classroom. Elementary STRIVE and Life Skills will be back five (5) days a week and Secondary STRIVE and Life Skills, as well as Developmental Pre-K will be in the building four (4) days a week. All other students participate in remote learning

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  • Let’s Connect | Strategic Plan Refresh

    Two events, Jan. 25 and 28. Our strategic planning process is well underway, and the community is invited to provide input on a draft set of priority student outcomes and strategic themes that will guide the next phase. These interactive sessions will provide an opportunity to comment on the draft and offer ideas for specific actions to incorporate in the strategic plan implementation. Click to register.

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  • Free Internet for eligible families

    The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has announced a K-12 Internet Access Program and we invite our families who qualify for this support to apply. Reliable connectivity in remote learning is key and in partnership with OSPI, Everett Public Schools can connect qualifying families to local internet providers including Comcast/Xfinity, Presidio and Ziply. Please click the headline for eligibility and application instructions.

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  • Transitional Kindergarten registration

    Transitional Kindergarten is for children who are not currently in an early learning program and are scheduled to begin kindergarten in the fall of 2021. This program will focus on foundational academic, social and self-help skills to jumpstart qualifying students toward success in school. Click to learn more.

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