Your student may qualify for free- or reduced-lunch status. The application process for participation in school meal programs is simple and confidential. Applications can be submitted any time during the school year. Households that experience a change in income are encouraged to apply.
Students across Washington state in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12 will take the Healthy Youth Survey Oct. 8-19. The survey includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors and access to school-based services. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks.
The 2018-19 year-at-a-glance calendar is now online! On Sunday afternoon, Aug. 26, the Everett Education Association and the district negotiations teams reached a tentative contract agreement. The Association ratified the tentative agreement Tuesday, Aug. 28. The school board will review and vote on the tentative agreement, including the calendars, during their September 11 regular board meeting. The printed student art calendar will be distributed at schools in late September.
Do you remember what experience helped you decide your dream career? Were you in first grade? Sixth grade? High school? In Everett Public Schools students explore potential careers in different ways during their K-12 experience to help unlock their awareness of and interest in career opportunities. This approach, called career connected learning, weaves together school-based learning, extended learning, and work-based learning.
The latest news and information from schools in Everett Public Schools is available on smartphones and mobile devices. Everett Public Schools has expanded its communications outreach with a free mobile app that is available in the online iTunes® and Google Play® app stores.
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