News Releases

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    Mar. 1, 2024: Woodside Elementary hosts inaugural PE Parent Week

    Parents at Woodside Elementary were invited to attend their student’s physical education class with them for the first-ever “PE Parent Week.” They came to school dressed to participate in the activity, with a water bottle in hand. After introductions, classes engaged in a challenge run, four corners’ Rock/Paper/Scissors, Battleship, or “Oscars Trashcan.”

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    Feb. 26, 2024: Grant supports story pole project at Forest View

    Tate Loftin’s fourth and fifth grade highly capable class at Forest View Elementary recently finished a culminating project that took a deep dive into the culture each of its 26 students, a project that would not have been possible without grant funding from the Everett Public Schools Foundation (EPSF).

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    Feb. 21, 2024: Everett Public Schools hosts annual empower to lead summit

    Everett Public Schools will host its annual social justice summit, Empower to Lead, on Friday, February 23 at the Community Resource Center. Presented by the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Department, the event’s goal is to promote awareness, networking and inclusion around the issues of social justice leading to increased student sense of belonging and positive action in their school community.

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    Feb. 20, 2024: CTE Signature STEM program removes barriers

    The Career and Technical Education (CTE) department at Everett Public Schools (EPS) is changing the standard high school model to fit the needs of our changing world with the creation of the Signature STEM program. This program removes the barrier of a student’s home school by providing transportation for those who would like to pursue courses in specific career paths offered at only one high school, giving equitably accessible to all students across the district.

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    Feb. 12, 2024: MPMEA honors two Everett Public Schools music educators

    Heatherwood Middle School’s orchestra teacher, Monica Camp, is being awarded with the Music Educator of the Year by the Mount Pilchuck Music Educators Association (MPMEA), a regional division of the Washington Music Educators Association (WMEA). The association is also honoring George Moffat with the Jackson High School Music and Arts Booster Club by awarding him the Friend of Music award.

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  •  Feb. 8, 2024: Everett Public Schools presents Promoting Healthy Digital Habits

    Feb. 8, 2024: Everett Public Schools presents Promoting Healthy Digital Habits

    Tuesday, February 6, parents and community members went to Cascade High School to hear University of Washington assistant professor Dr. Magis-Weinberg. The digital world presents both opportunities and risks. While young people today are highly familiar with technology, they cannot simply unlock all its benefits without guidance and support. Additionally, there are measures we can take to prevent online harms from occurring.

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    Feb. 2, 2024: North Middle School robotics team qualifies for state

    North Middle School's robotics team, the Cybernetic Narwhals, are advancing to this weekend’s Washington State championship tournament, the only public middle school team to qualify at this level with all other qualifiers being from high schools and/or private clubs.

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  •  Everett Public Schools band director inducted into Music Hall of Fame

    Dec. 7, 2023: Everett Public Schools band director inducted into Music Hall of Fame

    Lesley Moffat, Heatherwood Middle School band director, has been selected for induction into the Washington Music Education Association (WMEA) Hall of Fame. With an impressive 36-year career in music education, Moffat follows in the footsteps of her parents, Bruce and Jo Caldwell, who are also esteemed members of the WMEA Hall of Fame.

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    Dec. 6, 2023: Everett Public Schools to join Limitless Learning Network

    Everett Public Schools is excited to share, along with Everett Community College and the College Success Foundation, they have been selected as one of 25 regional partnerships to join Limitless Learning Network, which is generously supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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    Dec. 1, 2023: Appreciation for Director Pam LeSesne's 12 years of service

    At the November 28 school board meeting, Pam LeSesne was honored for her contributions serving on the board of directors since 2011.

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    Nov. 13, 2023: Everett Public Schools board election results

    Jen Hirman will continue to serve on the Everett Public Schools board of directors in Position 2. Hirman was appointed to fill the position vacated by April Berg in June of 2022. As board member elect, she will serve the remaining years of the term through 2025. Charles Adkins is the board member elect for Position 5 and will succeed Board Director Pam LeSesne who has served our students the past twelve years.

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    Oct. 24, 2023: Two Cascade High students chosen to ask Governor Inslee questions

    An OSPI Social Studies NewsFlash email last week alerted Melissa Webster, AP US Government and Politics teacher at Cascade High School, of an opportunity for her students to connect with Governor Jay Inslee in a live Q&A over Zoom.

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    Oct. 23, 2023: Everett Public Schools board is a 2023 Board of Distinction

    The Everett School Board has been selected as a 2023 WSSDA Board of Distinction for presenting exemplary evidence of ongoing professional development, addressing opportunity gaps and practicing governance that reflects the Washington School Board Standards during the 2022-23 school year.

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    Oct. 19, 2023: Everett Public Schools continues to partner with 4-year institutions

    Everett Public Schools is in its second year partnering with the Washington Guaranteed Admissions Program (WAGAP), which guarantees admission to Central Washington University, Eastern Washington University, The Evergreen State College, Saint Martin's University, University of Washington Tacoma, Washington State University and Western Washington University, and its first year partnering with the Automatic Admissions Partnership, which guarantees admission to Pacific Lutheran University.

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    Oct. 16, 2023: Everett Public Schools invests full day on elevating equitable practices

    On October 13, a non-student day for the district, Everett Public School employees participated in Learning Improvement Day (LID) sessions on elevating equitable practices. The session topics were centrally developed by our professional learning and diversity, equity, and inclusion departments, and were tightly designed so as to strengthen implementation consistency and common outcomes across the system.

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