In an effort to reduce high school overcrowding at Jackson and Cascade High Schools, the Everett School District is considering boundary changes that will shift students from these high schools to Everett High School beginning in the fall of 2020.
A Capital Bond Planning Committee is now being formed to help the Everett School Board plan for recent and future student body growth. The committee will work to develop a capital bond recommendation by early summer 2019.
A 30-member committee is being formed to figure out how to provide an increasing amount of quality high school classroom space. The Everett School District is accepting applications until Thursday, September 13th.
A team of four Jackson High School students and three mentors from LMN Architects received a $3,000 second place prize in the 2018 national Construction Industry Round Table building design competition on April 30th.
In Everett Public Schools, this year more than 300 students from Cascade, Everett, and Jackson High schools take part in Career and Technical Student Organizations, which are being credited as ways students discover their passions, vocations and avocations.
Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office investigators determined that driver impairment, speeding, and inexperience contributed to the cause of the tragic accident which took the lives of three Jackson High School students on Alderwood Mall Parkway in July 2017.
Twenty five students in Gail Walters’ Environmental Systems Design class at Jackson High School have hacked and pulled 1,300 square feet of blackberries and other invasive species from land between the high school and Heatherwood Middle School since December.
Jackson High School senior Sriharshita Musunuri received a $25,000 scholarship as one of four national finalists at the 2017 Siemens Competition in Math, Science, and Technology, which was held in Washington, DC, the week of December 5th.