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Cascade High School students teach physics at Monroe Elementary School

Monroe Elementary School students learn about angular momentum. Image courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

Cascade High School AP Physics Teacher Sue Wilson challenged her students to explain their understanding of physics principals to fourth and fifth graders at Monroe Elementary School.

Pairs of Ms. Wilson’s students taught the basics of pendulums, collisions, rotational motion, waves, forces, projectile motion, rotational inertia, electrical circuits, and conductivity.

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.

Jackson, Cascade, and Everett High Schools DECA teams heading to international competition

Jackson High School’s Jack Ellis (left) and John Henry receiving their first place medals. Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

Students from all three Everett School District comprehensive high schools competed in February at the 2017 DECA State Career Development Conference in Bellevue, Washington. In total, 27 students qualified for April’s International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, California.

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