With the district-wide closure of Everett Public Schools, we have created a website that includes an initial set of materials intended to support students’ engagement in learning. The materials do not replace the experience of being in school but can help students maintain the learning that has taken place this school year. Click the headline to visit the page.
Governor Inslee announced a mandate that schools close through April 24. Therefore, Monday, March 16, Everett Public Schools will be closed through Friday, April 24. School will resume on Monday, April 27. Please click link for more details on what this means for our families.
We are committed to providing access to the nutrition Everett Public School students need during an extended emergency district wide closure. We will be offering meals for pick up at a total of 23 school sites and at least 5 apartment complexes. Please click link for more information.
As we continue to work with local and state health officials to monitor and respond to the COVID-19 coronavirus, we made the decision to postpone our April 28 bond. District officials are looking at later dates this year based on the evolving healthcare situation. Click link for more info.
Our school is getting ready to kick off Kids Heart Challenge with the American Heart Association. Meet our Heart Heroes that will help us fight heart disease and teach us how to keep our hearts happy while helping others! You can get a jump start by registering online today! Download the FREE App called Kids Heart Challenge for Apple or Android or visit www.heart.org/kidsheartchallenge and search Cedar Wood Elementary to get started. When you join our team, your child will be asked to take the challenge to BE KIND, MORE MOVE or BE READY. Just for taking the challenge, your child will earn the Kids Heart Challenge wristband! And, when you raise your first donation online, you’ll also earn Heart Heroes Perrie and Knox! Thank you for helping our school and the American Heart Association save lives! Meet Alexa (1 Minute Video) our Kids Heart Challenge student survivor!
All students at our school are invited to attend the Kids Heart Challenge night at a Seattle Storm Game in June!! (date is TBD) The Top fundraiser at your school will also get a special ON COURT Experience after the game!!
New cell phone policy
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.
Elementary 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.
Monday - Friday: 7:30am -4:00pm
By registering to vote, either in person or online, you are able to exercise a basic democratic right. Use the following link for more information on how to become a registered voter--Voter Registration.
To be eligible to vote you must be: a citizen fo the United States, a legal resident of Washington State (including college students), at least 18 years old by election day, not under the authority of the Department of Corrections and not disqualified from voting due to a court order.
If you have moved recently, to receive your ballot, you must update your voter registration address. To check if your registration is current, go online to: My Vote
Attending school each day is the first step in a student's success in school. Recognizing the importance of school attendance, the state legislature revised our state law, RCW 28A.225, on compulsory school attendance. Beginning March 27, 2017, the revised attendance procedures were implemented in all schools to have consistent attendance practices across the state.
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about the changes in the Attendance Procedures:
How does this change what I usually do to report my student's absences?
If you call our 24 hour attendance line and leave a voice message, you MUST also do ONE of the following:
What is "all the required information" I must send in writing?
So, even though I call in an absence I still have to send in a written note?
Yes, you must send the required information in writing.
|Regular hours||9:15 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.||Cedar Wood Elementary School
3414 168th St. SE
Bothell, WA, 98012
|Early release (all)||1 p.m. dismissal||CONTACT INFORMATION|
|Learning Improvement Friday||2:15 p.m. dismissal|