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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.

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.

47 Everett Public Schools robotics teams compete with six advancing to January semifinals

Gateway Middle School’s Aquasparks robotics team intensely watches their machine perform. Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools.

47 Everett Public Schools elementary and middle school robotics teams competed against other regional districts in December to qualify for the semifinal competition to be held at Amazon’s Doppler Building in Seattle. Six of the 47 Everett Public Schools robotics teams advanced.

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