The Everett Public Schools Foundation sponsors the following events during the year.August
Stuff the Bus for Kids! This program joins community groups to gather and accept donations of back to school supplies to help our kids have the tools they need to start off the school year right. Our community partners include:
The Boeing Company, Durham School Services, Fred Meyer, Molina Healthcare, Northwest Plus Credit Union and the Everett Association of Paraeducators. Over 1,875 stuffed backpacks are then delivered to our schools in time for the start of the school year.New Staff Welcome Breakfast - This is a breakfast event hosted by the Foundation to welcome new staff to the district.SeptemberAll in for Kids! - This is our Annual Fund Drive to support all learners in the Everett Public Schools. Our goal is to raise $60.00 per student each year in order to deliver a strong foundation of support to help our students and staff achieve success. Donate here to be All in for Kids!!OctoberThe Everett Public Schools United Way Campaign - The Foundation runs the United Way campaign for the district employees including organizing and holding staff meetings at each school and building site.MarchA Brighter Tomorrow starts TODAY! - Our Annual Benefit Breakfast is the largest of our community donation events with over 500 business, school and community guests in attendance. Current education themes are explored and news from our Superintendent is shared. Funds raised from this event directly benefit student achievement through the programs of the Foundation. The 2019 event will be Wednesday, March 6th at the Edward D. Hansen Conference center at the Angel of the Winds Arena. To sponsor or attend, please call Kirsten Hansen at 425-385-4695 of e-mail at email@example.comMarch/AprilMiddle School and High School Art Shows - Each spring the Foundation hosts early evening family receptions to honor and highlight our talented students. Artwork is judged and awards are presented to students. At the high school event, the Visual Art Scholarship is presented to the winning student interviewed by Foundation board members. In addition, the Superintendent's Art Purchase award is announced. The student's artwork is purchased by the Foundation and prepared for permanent display in the Community Resource Center.MaySuperintendent's Scholar Awards - The top three scholars from each high school are interviewed by a panel of community, Foundation and school staff and one student is selected as the Superintendent Scholar for the respective graduating class. Each student is honored at a moving program that showcases these gifted students and the educators who inspire them to achieve. Our Emma Yule members are invited to attend as well as each student's family and their honored educator.May/JuneHigh School Scholarship nights - The Foundation holds over $1.0 million in endowed and restricted funds that are invested with Washington Trust Bank and distributed yearly in the form of scholarships to our graduating seniors. Students are usually selected by each school's scholarship committee. Scholarship awards are presented by Foundation members or by family members of the honored individual. If you are interested in forming a scholarship, please contact Kristie Dutton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-385-4693.