24
MAR
2017

Three Lakes High School students receive regional art awards

Three Lakes High School students were recently recognized in the Puget Sound Educational Service District (PSESD)’s 2017 Regional High School Art Awards. Two students were among 14 regional finalists and will advance to the State Art Show in Olympia this spring. Their work will be on
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24
MAR
2017

Everett High School students get job experience with espresso stand

Extended Resource Program and DECA students collaborate on this venture Part of Everett Highs Extended Resource Program’s goal is to provide students with authentic work skill experiences. Dave Bergeson, extended resource teacher and Jennifer Hannon, extended resource para-educator, c
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21
MAR
2017

Everett earns STEM Lighthouse award from OSPI

OSPI recognizes district with $20,000 grant to mentor other school districts Everett Public Schools has earned a 2017 Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction’s (OSPI) STEM Lighthouse award. OSPI selected Everett Public Schools in part because of the district’s support for t
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21
MAR
2017

Steilacoom High Community Based Instruction Program Recognized

Steilacoom High School Community Based Instruction students were selected to receive Honorable Mention Award for their outstanding volunteer efforts with Pierce County Parks & Recreation. Teacher Wendy Lundgren and students were recognized at the Pierce County Volunteer Recognitio
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21
MAR
2017

High school DECA teams heading to international competition!

Cascade, Everett and Henry M. Jackson high schools invited to Anaheim, CA Students from all three comprehensive high school competed last month at the 2017 DECA State Career Development Conference in Bellevue, Wash. and 27 students qualified for next month’s International Career Devel
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21
MAR
2017

Vancouver community schools model will be featured at national conference

Vancouver Public Schools’ Family-Community Resource Center model will be featured at the Education Week 2017 Leaders to Learn From conference March 30 and 31 in Washington, D.C. Superintendent Steve Webb and Chief of Staff Tom Hagley will present two EdTalk sessions on the district’s
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20
MAR
2017

Rose Smith receives Snohomish County Branch NAACP President’s Award

Teacher at Henry M. Jackson High School recognized for equity work Each year the Snohomish County Branch NAACP honors Martin Luther King, Jr. with the Prodigies for Peace writing and art contest. They also recognize community members for the significant roles they play in the lives of
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20
MAR
2017

Wenatchee Magnet Wall Draws Students Together

At the end of each day at Wenatchee High School a small group of Special Education students wait at the back door for their bus. They arrive early to avoid the crowded hallways. In a classroom near that back door pre-engineering students in Doug Merrill’s AutoCad class brainstorm a pr
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20
MAR
2017

Three Clover Park High School students awarded Act Six scholarships

Clover Park High School seniors Carlos Alvarez, Sina Pritchard and Jasmin Rodriguez have been awarded full-tuition college scholarships by the Act Six program. Act Six is a leadership development and college scholarship program that brings together diverse, multicultural groups of eme
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17
MAR
2017

AHS students learn valuable building skills while helping the homeless

  Five Arlington High School (AHS) students are competing in the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Showcase of Skills Homeless Shelter Project on March 27 in Olympia. Twenty-two teams of high school and college students will compete by building homeless shelters. The students
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