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Applications Now Being Accepted For Open Position On Everett School Board

July 7, 2018

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If you are interested in the open seat on the Everett School Board following the resignation of Ted Wenta last week here is what you need to know to apply. School board process for new board member appointment Board member Ted Wenta’s replacement will serve through 2019 The Everett Public Schools Board of Directors approved […]

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High Bids Halt Demolition Of Longfellow Building

July 5, 2018

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It appears to be quite a quandary for the Everett School District. This year the district decided the Longfellow Building is too expensive to operate and rejected plans submitted by potential operators as not practical. Now, after asking for bids to demolish the building, that process is on hold as the School Board vote deadlocked […]

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Citing Health Issues Ted Wenta Resigns From Everett School Board

June 29, 2018

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Received this message from Everett Schools this (Fri) afternoon. In a message he said brought him “great sadness and a tremendous sense of loss,” Superintendent Gary Cohn announced to Everett Public Schools staff this afternoon that he and the school board were informed by a letter from Director Ted Wenta of his resignation from the […]

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Everett School District Taking Bids For Demolition Of Longfellow Building

June 13, 2018

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Received the following press release today from Everett School District. At the July 3 school board meeting, the superintendent plans to present the award of bid for the demolition of the aging Longfellow building at 3715 Oakes Avenue in Everett. Fraught with outdated plumbing, wiring and without an elevator or required accessibility Longfellow would cost […]

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Everett School District Proposing Changes In Elementary School Boundaries

June 8, 2018

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Here’s a press release received Friday afternoon regarding changes to elementary school boundaries within the Everett School District. There are links to further information and a feedback form within the release. On June 5, Superintendent Cohn presented an elementary boundary recommendation to the school board for their consideration and review before a final vote that will take […]

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Norris Named To EvCC’s Board Of Trustees

June 6, 2018

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Word in from Everett Community College on the Governor’s appointment of a new Trustee. Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed retired Everett attorney Vickie K. Norris to Everett Community College’s Board of Trustees. Norris recently retired from Everett law firm Anderson Hunter, where she worked for more than 30 years as an attorney focusing […]

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