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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.

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.

Jackson junior Indira Rayala receives recognition at Washington Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

Jackson High School Junior Indira Rayala, photo credit Everett School District.

On March 14, 2014, at the Washington Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at Seattle Pacific University, Henry M. Jackson High School junior, Indira Rayala, and her research: Cranberry Extracts: A Quorum Sensing Inhibitor and the Novel Application of Cranberry Extracts as an Environmental Measure to Inhibit Pectobacterium carotovorum in Crops received significant recognition. She also earned first prize in the poster-presenting category, and as a result, she is invited to attend the National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium in Washington, D.C., on April 23.

Jackson High School's Science Research and Engineering Club members honored for their research

Six Jackson High School students and their research were recognized at the Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF) on March 8, 2014.

March 8, 2014, was quite a day for members of the Henry M. Jackson High School’s Science Research and Engineering Club! Six students and their research were recognized at the Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF). The fair, celebrating its fifth year, exhibited 148 student research projects from 21 Seattle area high schools and was hosted by Bellevue College.

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.

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