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Woodside Elementary students participate in science investigation: “The Old, The Bold, The Mold!”

Fourth-grader Alexandra Balan earned a gold star certificate and entry into district wide competition at the Innovation Expo on June 8. Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

Over 200 students and family members attended the annual Science Investigation event at Woodside Elementary School, and parents were amazed by the high quality production that went into the student tri-board displays as well as the high-level of thinking used in proving or disproving their research questions.

Everett Public School's student technology teams place at state competition with some heading to national competition

Evergreen Middle School students competing in the catapult demonstration category. Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

Two Everett Public School’s high schools and one middle school traveled to Yakima, Washington, and competed at the largest-ever Technology Students Association (TSA) state competition with over 900 competitors March 16th to 18th.

Jackson High School had 12 teams earn gold, silver or bronze awards making them eligible to compete at the national level in Orlando, Florida.

Henry M. Jackson’s Mock Trial team places in top 10 at state competition

L-R, front row: Advisor Jim Lockman, Rumi Gilani, Yuriana Coronado, Patrick Follis, Tal Wilfand, Hannah Aho, Arielle Perreault. L-R, back row: Zachary Huang, Jessica Ramos, Kenneth Clarke, Steven Dean, Hannah Ouijdani, Malaika Ashraf, Jordan Huang, Attorney Jack Follis.  Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

The Jackson High School Mock Trial team finished in the top ten of 24 teams across the state at the Washington State YMCA Mock Trial competition in Olympia, March 24th to 26th. The team competed in four rounds – prosecuting the case twice and defending the case twice – during the three-day event.

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