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Cedar Wood Elementary School Principal Dr. David Jones, “Putting Planning into Practice” article published

Cedar Wood Elementary School Principal Dr. David Jones wrote an article about the Everett School District’s emergency response preparation and its importance for student safety. His article was published in the November 2015 issue of Washington Principal.

Mill Creek Garden Club hands over the dough!

Cedar Wood’s Principal Dr. David Jones (pictured) smiles proudly as MCGC’s Sandi Vivion (second from left) hands over the check to teacher Char Erickson for her “Teaching Wall” award winning grant.

Mill Creek Garden Club proudly awards $3,614.72 with our 2014-15 “Giving through Gardening” school grants. This program was established to award funds for garden-related, student involved projects from five local elementary schools. We are constantly amazed by the creativity and learning-enhancing plans of these Everett School District Principals and Teachers. Good job all!

Cedar Wood Principal David Jones honored as Snohomish County’s Distinguished Elementary Principal

Cedar Wood Elementary School's Principal, Dr. David Jones, has been selected as Snohomish County’s Distinguished Elementary Principal. This places him in the running as a Washington Elementary Principal of the Year.

Cedar Wood Elementary School is one of only ten of Washington state’s 1,011 public elementary schools to have earned the Washington Achievement Award every year for the past four years – in recognition of continued success closing the achievement gap and increasing the percent of students exceeding academic standards.

Now, the school’s Principal, Dr. David Jones, has been selected as the county’s Distinguished Elementary Principal. That honor places him in the running as a Washington Elementary Principal of the Year and potentially as a candidate for the national honor.

Cedar Wood Elementary School teacher recognized for 30 years of service in US Air Force Reserves

The US Air Force honored Carol Johanson, Cedar Wood Elementary School 5th-grade teacher, for 30 years of service on December 8, 2013.

The US Air Force honored Carol Johanson, Cedar Wood Elementary School 5th-grade teacher, for 30 years of service on December 8, 2013.

It was a poignant day for one of Cedar Wood Elementary School’s 5th-grade teachers. Carol Johanson retired after 30 years in the US Air Force Reserves. For 26 of those years she has also worked as a full-time classroom teacher.