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Everett School District

Whittier Elementary teacher receives Tonya Royer Outstanding Community Service Award

Jennifer Nonisa was given the Tonya Royer Community Service Award at the annual end of the year celebration for the Outreach, Diversity and Equity Center at Everett Community College on June 11, 2014.

Whittier Elementary School teacher Jennifer Nonisa got the surprise of the night when they called her name. She was given the Tonya Royer Community Service Award at the annual end of the year celebration for the Outreach, Diversity and Equity Center at Everett Community College on June 11, 2014.

$800,000 Everett Public Schools grant enhances existing safety with latest technology

Everett School District earns grant which will leverage countywide law enforcement resources and streamline response to school emergencies.

Everett Public Schools was one of 80 recipients of safety grants – and a district to earn one of the largest grants.

Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, Dr. Molly Ringo, said, “This means our different emergency responders and schools will have immediate and consistent connections when emergency situations arise. As was learned during the Oso landslide, a unified and coordinated response to emergencies can save lives.”

Jackson High School Advanced Placement economics class ‘taking it to the streets’

Students of Henry M. Jackson High School’s first-ever Advanced Placement (AP)* macroeconomics class took to the streets (or more correctly, the sidewalks) to demonstrate their command of economic theory.

The Jackson High School Advanced Placement economics class celebrated the end of formal test preparation with “Chalk Day.”

Students of Henry M. Jackson High School’s first-ever Advanced Placement (AP)* macroeconomics class took to the streets (or more correctly, the sidewalks) to demonstrate their command of economic theory.

Mill Creek still considering sports fields’ options

The City of Mill Creek and the Everett School District came very close to finalizing a joint venture to share the cost and the use of an all-weather multi-purpose sports field at Jackson High School.

There is no question that there is a high demand for sports fields in south Snohomish County. Organized adult and youth teams for soccer, baseball, softball, lacrosse, and even croquette are looking for places to play.

The City of Mill Creek and the Everett School District came very close to finalizing a joint venture to share the cost and the use of an all-weather multi-purpose sports field at Jackson High School.

Jackson High School science teacher earns national award

New Jackson High School science teacher Lauren Dandridge was recognized by the National Science Teachers Association the first week of April 2014.

Dandridge, a science teacher at Henry M. Jackson High School, earned the Maitland P. Simmons Memorial Award for New Teachers. The award, for up to 25 teachers across the nation, covers the costs for teachers of elementary, middle and high school K-12 in their first five years of teaching to attend the annual national conference.

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