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Everett Schools Superintendent Announces Retirement

January 11, 2019

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It will be a ten-year tour of duty in Everett, Washington. Here is the formal retirement announcement from Everett Schools Superintendent Gary Cohn: Dear friends and neighbors: About this time 10 years ago, a good friend and mentor, Dr. Paul Sjunnesen, urged me to consider becoming a candidate for superintendent of Everett Public Schools. I […]

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Everett Schools Receive $1.9 Million Dollar Grant To Support Medical Pathways Program

December 15, 2018

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Word in from the Everett School District on a vocational program to launch students into medical and health careers. Everett Public Schools has an initial launch to its medical and health careers pathway program next fall. The district aims to set interested students on the pathway to high demand careers while strengthening community’s vitality and […]

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Everett Schools To Hold Forums On High School Growth

November 16, 2018

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The Everett School District is asking for public input on how to deal with current and projected growth at the three area High Schools. High School Growth Mitigation Committee hosts three forums about student enrollment growth Tuesday, Nov. 27, Jackson High School cafeteria, 6 – 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28, Cascade High School cafeteria, 6 […]

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Herr Brockman Honored For 50 Years Teaching Kids In Everett

October 28, 2018

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The Everett School Board recently honored Ernie Brockman for 50 years of teaching students in the Everett School District. Here’s more from a recent press release from Everett Schools. The Board of Directors recognized teacher Ernie Brockman for teaching students in Everett Public Schools for over 50 years. “The first time I met Herr Brockman, […]

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New EvCC Library To Go East Of Broadway

October 15, 2018

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Word in late this Monday evening that the Everett Community College Board of Trustees has voted to put the new Learning Resource Center (think library plus more) across Broadway east of the current main campus. Here’s a press release just received. Everett Community College’s Board of Trustees on Monday voted 4-1 to locate the college’s […]

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Everett Schools Considering Construction Bond For 2020

October 12, 2018

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The Everett School District is looking for people to serve on a Capital Bond Planning Committee. Here’s more from the District: Approximately 20,000 students learn in more than 1,038 classrooms in Everett Public Schools. In another 10 years, 1,858 more will move here with their families. Snohomish County is the second fastest growing county in […]

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