We encourage everyone to attend! This is the last of four meetings scheduled. Learn more about the bond at www.everettsd.org/bond2020.
Everett Public Schools is placing a $317.4 million bond on the April 2020 ballot. This measure will provide crucial funding to build permanent classroom space to accommodate growth, improve safety and security and make necessary school improvements.
The bond is important because capital bonds are really the only way the district can fund major construction projects for public schools in our state.
Looking for a fun fair of learning and diversity? Come to Heatherwood's Multicultural Night to view art displays, listen to music, watch performances, taste foods from different cultures, do an art project, play games, win a prize and more! Bring a food to share from your culture. All students and families welcome! Join us on Wednesday, February 26th 6:00 - 7:30 here at Heatherwood Middle School.
Heatherwood Library is thrilled to present New York Times bestselling, award-winning author Jewell Parker Rhodes on Wednesday, March 11th at an afternoon, all-school assembly. Please use this link to order an autographed copy of one of her books before Friday, February 28th.
In April you will have the opportunity to vote on a bond for Everett Public Schools that will focus on improvements throughout the district in safety, space and STEM programs, while ensuring equity for all of our students. There are specific projects proposed for Heatherwood Middle on the bond, as well as the schools your child may attend in the future. To find out specifically what will be happening in your schools, click on the links below:
To see a comprehensive list of all projects on the bond, visit our projects listed by schools page.
The use of cell phones in the classroom can distract students from instruction, yet can be important to have accessible in case of emergency. With this in mind, the district has adopted a new policy 3246 and procedure 3246P which prohibits cell phone use in the classroom while still providing access for students in case of emergency.
Middle school students who choose to bring cell phones to school may only use them before or after the school day. During the school day, they must be powered off and stored (e.g., in the student’s backpack, locker, other district provided storage). There will be storage in the classroom so, in the event of an emergency, the cell phones will be accessible without leaving the classroom.
|Regular Hours||8:15 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.||Heatherwood Middle School
1419 Trillium Blvd. SE
Mill Creek, WA, 98012
|Early Release||12:20 p.m. dismissal|
|Learning Improvement Friday||1:35 p.m. dismissal||
|School Office Hours||7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.|
The purpose of Heatherwood Middle School is to provide relevant, rigorous, engaging learning experiences for our students in a safe, caring, collaborative community.