DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Let's Connect on Oct. 6

    Now that we are back to school, Let’s Connect ‘in-person’ and talk about academic needs your student may have and what student achievement means to you. Click headline for more information.

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  • High School & Beyond in October!

    In-person this year at Cascade, Everett and Jackson high schools! Students and families will have opportunities to connect with colleges, universities, trade schools & apprenticeships from Washington and other states. Click headline to learn more.

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  • PSAT free for sophomores!

    On Wednesday, Oct. 12, all sophomores will take the Preliminary Student Aptitude Test (PSAT) at no cost. PSAT has many benefits for students. There will be a 3.5 hour late start for all other high school students with late bus transportation provided. Click headline for more information.

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  •  i-Ready diagnostics for grades 1-8

    Students in grades 1-8 are taking the i-Ready diagnostic in Reading & Math now thru Oct. 7. The Diagnostic gives teachers important information about student learning. Go to i-Ready Family Center to learn how you can support & encourage your student to do their best on the i-Ready diagnostics.

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  • Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) update

    As we continue to return to ‘normal’ the USDA is not able to extend the ‘free meals for all’ waiver program any longer. Qualifying schools participating in CEP means school meals are free to all students at that school, regardless of free and reduced lunch qualification. Click headline for more information about your school.

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  • Sports registration for ALL seasons is OPEN!

    We are very excited to announce that our athletic department has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms allow parents to complete and sign athletic participation forms for their middle and high school students. Click headline for Parent Playbook.

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  • Hello! I’m Chatbot Chet!

    Chatbot Chet is the newest member of our communications family and is available 24/7 to help answer questions. Click the tab located on the right side and ‘Let’s Talk!’

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  • Homeless student resources

    We know many families are experiencing housing and other hardships at this time. The Everett Public Schools KIT (Kids in Transition) program supports students who qualify as homeless under McKinney Vento. Please click on the headline to visit our KIT program webpage to learn more. Also find information for support for students in Foster Care Programs.

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  • Resources for sexual assault and abuse

    We actively investigate all reports of sexual assault and harassment received. We want to ensure that every student knows how to report instances of sexual abuse or harassment. Click headline for sexual assault reporting and resources.

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  • What Every Parent Needs to Know

    What Every Parent Needs to Know is a video series Everett PTSA Council created in collaboration with Everett Public Schools and Washington Family Engagement. Five videos providing an overview of topics parents felt were essential for building a foundation for authentic parent and family engagement. Click headline to learn more!

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  • Connecting with Counselors video series

    Just released! Visit our Parent University page where MTSS Facilitator Kristin Walker and Garfield Elementary Social Worker Barb Dubin discuss how parents can support the social and emotional health of their elementary-age children in a series of eight videos. Learn about how mood, mindfulness, kindness, growth mindset, gratitude and wellness contribute to well-being.

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  • Adoption of Resolution 1237, Affirming our Commitment to Condemning Racism and Supporting Peaceful Protest

    The superintendent requested approval of Resolution 1237. It was unanimously approved by the board. This resolution affirms the School Board’s commitment to the provision of racial equality and safety for all our students and staff. It further supports Black students, staff and families, supports those who wish to protest peacefully, does not support returning hate with hate, condemns acts of violence, and commits to finding actionable ways to make Everett Public Schools more just for everyone. Click headline to read full Resolution.

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