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Jackson High School students inspire local school districts to support Marysville Pilchuck High School

This Twitter and Instagram campaign started on Monday, October 27th. By the next day, there were over 500 posts using the hashtag.

After the shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School (MPHS), Jackson High School students coordinated with local high schools to generate unified support. The associated student body (ASB) officers contacted several high schools to suggest making posters for students and staff to sign and show their support.

In addition, a group of students at Jackson High School started a social media campaign personalizing support for the students at Marysville Pilchuck.

The idea is simple: cut out a paper heart, write “MP” on it, take a picture of yourself or friends holding the heart, and then share it on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #MPinOurHearts.

Everett Public Schools to host sessions to help the community cope and heal after school violence

On Wednesday, November 4, 2014, Everett Public Schools is hosting one two-hour sessions with Cheri Lovre, Director of Crisis Management Institute.

October 31st update

One of the three sessions to be conducted by Cheri Lovre has been rescheduled for Wednesday, November 5th, from 9:00 am to 11:30 am in Everett. Interested community members, school staff, first responders, and parents are welcome to register online.

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.”

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