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Everett Schools have 'Board of Distinction'

Awarded for decisions tied to positive student outcomes

 

Last updated 11/6/2020 at 1:17pm

Photo courtesy of Everett Public Schools

Everett School Board is shown here. Front, from left: April Berg, Caroline Mason, Andrew Nicholls. Back: Pam LeSesne, Traci Mitchell.

Everett Public Schools board of directors is being honored as a Board of Distinction.

Each year the Washington State School Directors Association (WSSDA) program establishes criteria. The Everett School Board was recognized for work that addressed inequity, a need for engagement, and a gap in opportunity for some students.

"Receiving this recognition is not only an honor, but a valuable process in self-reflection for our board to inspect our successes and strategies benefiting students, identifying connections between those positive outcomes, and our decisions and then hopefully inspiring...



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