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Prodigies for Peace award winners celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

This writing and art contest helps students draw connections between the civil rights movement and the social issues that continue to influence their lives today.

Postponed by February snow storms, the celebration honoring the Everett Public Schools Prodigies for Peace award winners was held on Tuesday, April 9th.

This writing and art contest helps students draw connections between the civil rights movement and the social issues that continue to influence their lives today.

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.

Technology is key for English Language Learners to master English

Bianca Ramos using Google Translate at Evergreen Middle School. Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

Using Google Translate builds English language skills. English Language Learners in the Everett School District speak more than 80 different native languages.

Today sixth- through eighth-grade Everett Public Schools English Language Learner (ELL) students are using electronic devices with free software to master English.