DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Fall sports tentatively begin February 22

    In December, Western Conference (WESCO) athletic directors approved a proposed February 22 start date for fall sports. The proposal requires approval by the WIAA executive director and local superintendents. Three weeks before the start of the season, WESCO athletic directors will evaluate whether each sport can be offered in relation to COVID data at the time and the risk level of the sport. Read more about sports season proposed dates and guidance by clicking on the headline.

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  • Four SPED programs returning January 19

    Beginning January 19, Developmental Kindergarten, STRIVE and Life Skills students back into the classroom. Elementary STRIVE and Life Skills will be back five (5) days a week and Secondary STRIVE and Life Skills, as well as Developmental Pre-K will be in the building four (4) days a week. All other students participate in remote learning

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  • Let’s Connect | Budget Outlook

    Jan. 21, 5-6 p.m. Learn how the COVID-19 pandemic and full remote student learning has significantly altered how school districts are funded across the state and the local implications for Everett Public Schools. Share your perspectives on how public education might look different as we work together as a district and community to recover from the effects of the pandemic with a common goal to emerge better than we were before. Click to register.

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  • Let’s Connect | Strategic Plan Refresh

    Two events, Jan. 25 and 28. Our strategic planning process is well underway, and the community is invited to provide input on a draft set of priority student outcomes and strategic themes that will guide the next phase. These interactive sessions will provide an opportunity to comment on the draft and offer ideas for specific actions to incorporate in the strategic plan implementation. Click to register.

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  • January schedule change for middle and high school

    On Jan. 4, 2021 schedules for middle and high school students will change to include a teacher-directed Independent Learning Day on Wednesdays, replacing early release on Fridays. This benefit allows students and teachers extra time they need for learning and planning. Please click on the headline to read the full letter sent to secondary families.

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  • Free Internet for eligible families

    The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has announced a K-12 Internet Access Program and we invite our families who qualify for this support to apply. Reliable connectivity in remote learning is key and in partnership with OSPI, Everett Public Schools can connect qualifying families to local internet providers including Comcast/Xfinity, Presidio and Ziply. Please click the headline for eligibility and application instructions.

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  • Transitional Kindergarten registration

    Transitional Kindergarten is for children who are not currently in an early learning program and are scheduled to begin kindergarten in the fall of 2021. This program will focus on foundational academic, social and self-help skills to jumpstart qualifying students toward success in school. Click to learn more.

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  • Free preschool!

    Now taking applications for FREE preschool! ECEAP is a program for 3- and 4-year-old children from families with limited income. ECEAP prepares children for kindergarten and includes family support and health and nutrition services. We will be in a 100% remote learning model this fall. Please click headline for more information.

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  • CRC building hours update

    Due to the renewed focus on safety and the increase in remote work, the Community Resource Center is open Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., except for breaks (10-10:15 a.m. & 3-3:15 p.m.) and lunch (12:30-1:30 p.m). The building front doors will be locked during the lunch hour and morning and afternoon breaks for safety purposes.

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  • New look launched!

    The district launched a refreshed website! Feedback from families and the community were integrated into the redesign which provides reduced clicks, inviting visuals and a standard experience with navigation among all school sites. Enjoy exploring the new look and feel of our new site

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  • Family Tech Support

    Go to Parent University for more information on setting up your Chromebook, logging into Canvas, etc. Remember, you need to use your student's login credentials to get started. If you cannot find a solution in Parent University, call the Help Desk directly at 425-385-4357.

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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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  • Parent University!

    Parent University is an on-demand resource created to help parents and guardians become full partners in their child's education. You have access to on-demand content to view at your leisure. Click headline for Parent University!

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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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  • Our commitment to anti-racism and racial equity

    A message from Everett Public Schools leadership sharing their commitment to anti-racism and racial equity. We have work to do. Click headline for video message.

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  • Join us on social media!

    We invite Everett Public Schools families, friends and community members to follow our social media sites including school pages, district pages, teachers, clubs, and student groups. Stay connected to learn all the latest news. We can’t wait for you to join us!

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