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District Announcements

  • Share your thoughts about planning for high school growth

    At its regular meeting on July 3, the Everett Public Schools Board of Directors approved a motion that directed the superintendent to “bring a proposal to the August 28, 2018 board meeting for its approval defining a committee process, guiding principles, participants, and timeline to develop a plan to temporarily mitigate the effects of high school growth. As part of this process, the district is asking for public comments through an open-ended question online survey available on the High School Growth Mitigation Committee website. The comment period is open through Aug. 15, 2018.

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  • Process for new board member appointment

    The Everett Public Schools Board of Directors approved the process and timeline for qualified applicants to submit application materials the board will consider in appointing a successor to former member Ted Wenta. Wenta created the vacancy when he resigned his position June 29.

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  • Summer information about schools

    Use this handy alphabetical listing of schools for easy access to their summer hours, supply lists, summer program dates and more!

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  • Board Approves Fall 2019 Elementary Boundary Revisions

    At its June 19 meeting, the school board approved elementary boundary revisions for June which include the Elementary Boundary Committee’s recommendation to the superintendent including one adjustment shifting the southern boundary of Forest View. Finalizing elementary boundaries in June, instead of next fall, allows families and schools even more planning and transition time for fall 2019.

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  • Summer Math Challenge

    Summer Math Challenge is for ALL students. Make summer count and keep your math brain sharp! Engage in exciting mathematics activities, problem solving and puzzles by participating in the EPS Summer Math Challenge.

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