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Local organizations partner to create opportunities for disabled students with Project SEARCH

Everett Public Schools, Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, Work Opportunities, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and Snohomish County Department of Human Services established a partnership to implement Project SEARCH at Providence – a business hosted innovative school-to-work transition program for students with significant disabilities.

Everett Public Schools, Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, Work Opportunities, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and Snohomish County Department of Human Services established a partnership to implement Project SEARCH at Providence – a business hosted innovative school-to-work transition program for students with significant disabilities.

North Creek High School graduating seniors learn consequences of driving under the influence

Motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death among young people ages 16 to 25. That is why, intentionally coinciding with prom, seniors at North Creek High School learned firsthand about the consequences of driving under the influence during a mock DUI crash assembly on June 6, 2019.

Motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death among young people ages 16 to 25.

That is why, intentionally coinciding with prom, seniors at North Creek High School learned firsthand about the consequences of driving under the influence during a mock DUI crash assembly last week.

Community Transit drivers from Mill Creek and Everett receive Million Mile Awards

Two Community Transit drivers were honored this week with the agency’s prestigious Million Mile Award for safe driving. The drivers qualified for the distinction by meeting strict National Safety Council guidelines for driving the equivalent of one million and two million miles without a preventable accident.

Two Community Transit drivers were honored this week with the agency’s prestigious Million Mile Award for safe driving.

The drivers qualified for the distinction by meeting strict National Safety Council guidelines for driving the equivalent of one million and two million miles without a preventable accident.

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