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Everett School District

Everett School District to start the 2020-2021 school year entirely online

On Wednesday, July 29th, Superintendent Ian Saltzman announced 100% of fall classes will be held remotely because of Snohomish County’s COVID-19 case resurgence. Saltzman told families that the final plan is still being determined, but details regarding schedules, attendance, and grading will be communicated in an August Parent University.

On Wednesday, July 29th, Superintendent Ian Saltzman announced 100% of fall classes will be held remotely because of Snohomish County’s COVID-19 case resurgence. 

The final plan is still being determined, but details regarding schedules, attendance, and grading will be communicated in an August Parent University.

Penny Creek Elementary School students place in Youth Earth Day Challenge top three

Penny Creek Elementary School students Kylah Milony and Nate Ottem placed in the top three at their grade level for the Snohomish Conservation District's Youth Earth Day Challenge.

Penny Creek Elementary School students Kylah Milony and Nate Ottem placed in the top three at their grade level for the Snohomish Conservation District's Youth Earth Day Challenge.

Teacher Kirsten Judd’s combined third and fourth grade class was assigned a STEAM project in April to design environmental upgrades to an existing place.

Everett Public Schools Capital Bond proposition will be on August 4th ballot

Investing in our schools continues our focus on not only academics, but the well-being of every student in our district. On May 5, the school board approved Resolution 1230 to place the unchanged $317.4 million bond proposition on the August 4th special election ballot.

On May 5th, the Everett School Board approved a resolution placing a $317.4 million capital bond proposition on the August 4th special election ballot. 

If approved, the new property tax rate would decrease. This means, the tax rate paid by property owners will not rise, as the district will be paying off older debt.

Everett Public Schools announces Prodigies for Peace writing and art contest winners

On February 19th, twenty-five Everett Public Schools students were recognized for their submissions to the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Prodigies for Peace contest. Parents and school district teachers, staff, and administrators are very proud of these students' accomplishments.

On February 19th, twenty-five Everett Public Schools students were recognized for their submissions to the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Prodigies for Peace contest.

Parents and school district teachers, staff, and administrators are very proud of these students' accomplishments.

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