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Everett School District

Forest View Elementary School teacher seeks funds to purchase special education classroom supplies

Forest View Elementary School teacher Kaitlin Kalkwarf needs fund for school supplies. Image courtesy of Donors Choose.

Forest View Elementary School teacher Kaitlin Kalkwarf created a Donors Choose crowd sourcing project in February 2018 to solicit funds for Special Education classroom supplies.

Unlike GenEd classrooms each September, SpEd classes do not receive parent donations of supplies.

Everett School District elementary and middle school robotics teams make their way through competitions

North Middle School's "N.E.R.D.S. SaBOTage" robotics team. Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

Six Everett School District elementary and middle school teams competed in the 2018 Washington State FIRST LEGO League semi-finals in January.

North Middle School’s “N.E.R.D.S. SaBOTage” and Mill Creek Elementary School’s “Space Tacos” were honored with Core Values Awards.

Everett School District asks voters to fund new high school construction and improved vocational programs

Everett School District voters are being asked to approve 2019-2022 property taxes to fund capital projects including construction of a new south-end high school with one proposition, and expenses for enhanced services such as early learning and special education with another proposition.

Everett School District voters are being asked to approve 2019-2022 property taxes to fund capital projects including construction of a new south-end high school with one proposition, and expenses for enhanced services such as early learning and special education with another proposition.

How does Everett School District's future high school cost compare to other recently built high schools?

The square foot cost of high school number four and the new North Creek High are virtually identical

The Everett School District’s high school number four is scheduled to open in 2022.

According to studies, its square foot costs are on par with other districts’ high schools when taking into account construction market cost increases, school size, and all project costs.

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