The Highly Capable program in Everett Public Schools is designed to meet learning needs and challenge students who have advanced thinking and academic abilities. “HC” classes, as they are often referred to, are open to students in second, third, fourth and fifth grade.
Would you like more information? Parents who do not already have students enrolled in HC classes are invited to attend an information night at one of the locations listed below. We will have childcare available and Russian and Spanish interpreters.
Tuesday, November 27 at Emerson Elementary-Cafeteria, 8702 7th Ave SE, Everett 98208, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Thursday, November 29 at Silver Lake Elementary-Cafeteria, 12815 Bothell-Everett Hwy., Everett, 98208, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
The process is easy. Simply complete a Referral/Testing Permission Form and Parent Inventory Form. You may want to talk with your child’s teacher before deciding whether to refer your child.
Teachers and community members may also refer a student, but only a parent or guardian can give permission to test.
How can I get a copy of the required forms?
□ in all elementary school offices
□ from the Highly Capable Office by calling 425-385-4033
□ Parent Packet
What is the deadline for turning in the forms?
The referral deadline is December 3, 2018.
Testing takes place during mid-January through early February. The Selection Committee will meet in March. By mid-April, parents will receive a letter in the mail with the test results and the Committee’s decision about HC enrollment for next fall.
If you have any questions, please contact Highly Capable Office at 425-385-4033.
Tuesday, November 27
Please join us at the Everett Civic Auditorium for the annual winter holiday concert!
What time should the students arrive for the concert?
The concert will begin at 7:00pm. The Everett Civic Auditorium will be open at 6:30pm. Students do NOT need to come early. Parents, please bring your child to the auditorium starting at 6:30pm. If you come before 6:30pm, the doors will still be locked.
What should students wear?
Dress to impress! Students should wear special occasion attire.
What if my student is in a split class?
Students in split classes will sing with the upper grade level of their split. For example, all students in a 4/5 split class will sing with 5th grade.
Where should students sit when they arrive?
2nd-5th grade students will be seated on the sides of the auditorium by grade level. Look for teachers’ names posted on the backs of the seats. Please drop your student off in their class section where they will be supervised by a teacher/adult.
Attention Forest View Elementary Volunteers
All volunteers need to complete new applications before volunteering at school. Every parent and community member must complete this new application that just went live this week. This new application includes a new background check. To find information and an application on the district web page, please click here. We are incredibly grateful for the thousands of volunteer hours that our community gives us each year!
*Fall Homeroom Teacher Assignment (August 31, 2018)
*District/State Test Scores (DRA, SBA, MSP)
*Registration information, emergency contacts
*Update email and phone numbers
*Student schedule, teacher names and emails
Learning Assistance Program
Forest View Elementary School receives support from the state funded Learning Assistance Program (LAP). LAP is designed to provide supplemental support to eligible students who are identified as in need of additional assistance to meet state and local academic standards, particularly focusing on children in kindergarten through fourth grade who are below grade level in reading. Support may also be provided for fifth grade students and in math. Funds provide extended day classes and opportunities to include parents in the education of their children.
If you have questions about LAP, please contact Mrs. Ali Davis, email@example.com, 425-385-7991 or Cynthia Jones, Director of Categorical Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org, 425-385-4030.
Forest View Elementary school provides rigorous and aligned instruction in order to foster flexible thinkers prepared to address the demands of a 21st century global community. We pursue collaborative solutions to ensure the growth of all students.
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM 2nd-5th Grade Winter Music Concert