Evergreen Middle School provides four different special education programs with 8 special education teachers, a team of related service providers, and 2 onsite school psychologists to best serve our students with special needs.
If you have questions about our programs, please reach out to Mr. Ellsworth by phone or email at 425-385-5700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resource ProgramThe Resource Program is a service for students with Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD), health impairment, and mild social/emotional behavioral deficits. The Resource Room provides students with specially designed instruction to be successful in general education classrooms. These programs are available at every school in the Everett Public Schools.Extended Resource Program
The Extended Resource Program is a service for students who have mild to moderate delays in general intellectual functioning, existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior. The students in the Extended Resource Program, based on their needs, receive transportation from their homes to their schools.Life Skills Program
The Life Skills Program is a service for students with significant cognitive and academic delays, existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior. These programs are for students who will likely need a life-skills or functional approach to academic instruction. The students who are assigned to the programs, based on their needs, receive transportation from their homes to the schools.Support Program
The Positive Behavior Support Program supports students with either a health impairment or social/emotional behavior disability that adversely affects the student's educational performance. These classrooms are designed for students who need support in learning behavioral controls so that they can access learning opportunities. Each student has a Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plan. Classes are structured so that teachers can work individually with each child's particular needs in this area.