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Everett Public Schools to start 100% online in the fall

It looks like Zoom meetings are here to stay, at least for now: Everett Public Schools will be 100% virtual learning this fall, Superintendent Ian Saltzman announced in a letter to families in July. “At this time, we plan for... — Updated 8/7/2020

 
 By Beacon staff    Schools

All schools to remain closed through the end of the school year statewide

Today, April 6, Gov. Jay Inslee announced that all schools in Washington state will remain closed through the end of the current school year. Schools have been closed since March 17 statewide. The governor also extended the state's... — Updated 4/6/2020

 
 By Emily Gilbert    Schools

Everett Public Schools delaying April bond due to coronavirus concern

The district announced Monday, March 16, they are delaying the vote on the $317 million school bond, which would have been voted on in April, to later in the year due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Their email below: "As we continue to... — Updated 3/23/2020

 

Snohomish School District closes all schools March 13 - April 24 following Governor's proclamation

All schools in the Snohomish School District will be closed Friday, March 13 through Friday, April 24 after Gov. Jay Inslee announced district-wide closures for all school districts in Snohomish, King and Pierce counties March 12.... — Updated 3/23/2020

 

Everett Public Schools closed March 16 - April 24, following Governor's proclamation

All Everett Public Schools will be closed Monday, March 16 through Friday, April 24 after Gov. Jay Inslee announced district-wide closures for all school districts in Snohomish, King and Pierce counties March 12. Here is Everett... — Updated 3/23/2020

 
 By Beacon staff    Schools

Don't forget to vote on the February 11 school bond

Update: As of Feb. 11 at 8:15 p.m., the $470 million Snohomish School District captial bond looks like it is going to fail, according to the County’s unofficial vote count published tonight. Bonds require at 60% majority to... — Updated 2/18/2020

 
 By David Pan    Schools

High school football moves to spring as part of changes in prep sports calendar

The governing body for high school sports in Washington has called an audible. The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) announced on July 21 several major... — Updated 7/24/2020

 

Where to find free meals for students this summer

The number of locations that students can receive free meals from has grown, thanks to new locations offering meals through the annual Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). SFSP provides children with nutritious meals during the... — Updated 6/19/2020

 
 By Emily Gilbert    Schools

Archbishop Murphy shares reopening plans for next year

This tumultuous school year is over for most students, but administrators are already thinking about when – or if – they will return to campus in the fall.  The state superintendent, Chris Reykdal, released his office’s... — Updated 6/19/2020

 
 By Emily Gilbert    Schools

Jackson High School student named school board rep

Terra Pilch-Bisson, the incoming student representative on the Everett school board, said she thought school officials could have handled the COVID-19 response better. Officials did the best they could given the resources they had... — Updated 6/5/2020

 
 By Emily Gilbert    Schools

Local alums producing Class of 2020's virtual graduations

This time last year, high school seniors were inching closer to a day that was the summation of their school careers: graduation. They ordered cap and gowns, graduation... — Updated 6/5/2020

 

Information for parents: returning to childcare amid COVID-19

Some child care centers have remained open so that essential workers and health care workers can go to work. With summer coming, the Washington State Department of Health has just updated guidance on how child cares, summer day... — Updated 6/5/2020

 

$317 million Everett school bond on August ballot

Now, more than ever, schools are the heart of the community.  Due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, on March 24, 2020, the school board agreed to postpone the April 28 bond... — Updated 5/15/2020

 
 By Emily Gilbert    Schools

School shutdown leaves some musicians without a stage

Nobody thought their last day of school was going to be in March, but for Mill Creek students and many others statewide, it would be the last time they would walk through the doors this school year.  At first, it seemed like it... — Updated 4/20/2020

 
 By Brian Soergel    Schools

Boys & Girls Clubs offering all-day childcare

In response to COVID-19, the needs of first responders, health-care workers, and school closings, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County is open and offering discounted all-day child care. Free child-care is offered to all... — Updated 4/3/2020

 

Fire District 7 teaches homeschool lessons on Facebook Live 

As the spread of the COVID-19 virus continues to impact our region, all public events, school visits, and station tours have been canceled for the fire district. Like most fire agencies, these are the main ways prevention messages... — Updated 4/3/2020

 
 By Emily Gilbert    Schools

Glacier Peak High School junior wins countywide photo contest

Maybe you're more perceptive than this Beacon writer when it comes to photos, but after learning the backstory of Glacier Peak High School junior Elijah Croyle's award-winning photo... — Updated 4/3/2020

 

Mill Creek Elementary student competes in National Geographic GeoBee

Mill Creek Elementary was one of the nearly 10,000 schools across the nation that competed in the National Geographic Society’s GeoBee. The rigorous competition tests students'... — Updated 3/27/2020

 

Everett Public Schools meal pickup locations

If your child needs a meal during the 6-week school closure, here is the list of Everett Public School meal pickup locations and how to do so. Lunch orders must be placed before 7:00 a.m. each day. Orders placed after 10:00 a.m.... — Updated 3/23/2020

 

Snohomish School District meal pickup times

Beginning Monday, March 23, Kids’ Cafe meals will be delivered along bus routes using school busses and other vehicles for the Snohomish School District. Circle H Mobile Home Park and Three Rivers Mobile Home Park will be served... — Updated 3/23/2020

 

Archbishop Murphy High School signing day

Five student-athletes from Archbishop Murphy High School committed to five different universities Feb. 24. Dominique Brooking - Cheer - Belmont Abbey College; Victor Gabalis -... — Updated 3/6/2020

 
 By Emily Gilbert    Schools

New preschool opens on Bothell-Everett Highway

Many new families are moving into the area, or are already here and expanding, and with that growth comes the need for child care. Choosing the right preschool can be difficult,... — Updated 2/21/2020

 
 By Emily Gilbert    Schools

Need a scholarship or two? 

As we move into spring, many high school seniors may be thinking about finals, graduation, senior trips, and starting college or trade school in the fall. Post-high school plans can be expensive. Mill Creek City Council has a... — Updated 2/21/2020

 

Jackson High School students named candidates for U.S. Presidential Scholars Program

Juliana Mothersbaugh and Ahmed Ghaddah, graduating seniors at Henry M. Jackson High School, have been named as two of more than 4,500 candidates in the 2020 U.S. Presidential... — Updated 2/21/2020

 
 By Emily Gilbert    Schools

Orcas, frogs, rockets - oh my!

Mill Creek Elementary's annual Science Day made kids gasp in surprise during a rocket blast-off, smile in awe of a Pacific tree frog, and examine an orca tooth and other marine... — Updated 2/9/2020

 

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