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Gateway Middle School teacher librarian is Everett School District’s 2016 Teacher of the Year

Gateway Middle School's teacher librarian, Stacy Stevens, is "Regional Teacher of the Year.” Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

Honored by the school board on June 7th, Stacy Stephens is now to be considered as “Regional Teacher of the Year.”

For the last 17 years, Stacy Stephens, now Gateway’s teacher librarian, has sparked interest in reading, technology, research, collaboration, the future, and so much more.

Gateway students meet with Pete Carroll for WE Day

March 14, 2014 was a great day for Gateway Middle School sixth-grader Quinn Williamson and seventh-grader Manasvini Tanikella,not only did the two represent their school’s G.I.V.E Club , they were invited by Seahawks coach Pete Carroll to the WE Day news conference.

Wednesday, March 14, 2014, was a great day for Gateway Middle School sixth-grader Quinn Williamson and seventh-grader Manasvini Tanikella, Not only did the two represent their school’s G.I.V.E Club (Guardians Involved in Volunteering Experience), they were two among only six students in the state to be invited by Seahawks coach Pete Carroll to the WE Day news conference.

Everett School District students' artwork moving on to national competition

Four Everett School District students earned Outstanding Interpretation in the 2013-2014 National PTA’s Reflections Program and will move on to the national level of competition.

Four Everett School District students earned Outstanding Interpretation in the National PTA’s Reflections Program and will move on to the national level of competition.

The theme for the National PTA's 2013-14 Reflections Art Program was Believe, Dream, Inspire.

All students will be recognized at the Washington State PTA convention held in April at the Bellevue Hyatt. The four Outstanding Interpretation winners will move on to the national level of competition.

Gateway Middle School robotics team advances to Washington State semi-finals

On Saturday, January 18, 2014, Gateway Middle School’s robotics team placed sixth in the FIRST Lego League competition. As a result, they are advancing to the state semi-finals, Sunday, February 9th at Henry M. Jackson High School.

The Gateway Lego Guardians get ready for the next competition on February 9th.

On Saturday, January 18, 2014, Gateway Middle School’s robotics team placed sixth in the FIRST Lego League competition. As a result, they are advancing to the state semi-finals, Sunday, February 9th at Henry M. Jackson High School, hosted by Jackson’s own Jack in the Bot robotics team.