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Acceptable Use of Internet, Computers and Network Resources

Parents and students:  Here you will find the Acceptable Use Policy as adopted by the Everett Area School District in January 2015.  Please sign and return the agreement as soon as possible.

SchoolCafe Lunch Accounts

Everett Area School District is proud to offer a safe and secure way for parents to make payments to their children's lunch accounts.  **Please be advised that SchoolCafe does not work properly in Google Chrome.  In order to successfully access accounts, please use Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari as your web browser.

Everett Area School District receives 1:1 Technology Donation

Donation - Chaney Foundation

L to R:  Randy Shaw - Vice President, John Lightner - Executor CF, Corey Reffner - President, 
Dr. Webb - Superintendent

The Everett Area School District was the recipient of a substantial donation from the Clair Vernon Chaney Foundation on Dec. 7, 2017.  John Lightner, Executor for the Clair Vernon Chaney Foundation, provided the donation which will fund 680 Chromebooks for 1:1 Technology in grades 3-8.  This grant enhances the district's mission for personalized education and provides 1:1 Technology K-12.

Everett receives PA Rural Small Schools Grant


L to R:  Randy Shaw - Vice President, Corey Reffner - President,
Matt Otis - English Teacher, Dr. Webb - Superintendent

Everett Area School District was the recipient of funds from PA Small Rural Schools.  Matt Otis submitted for the grant which will purchase videography equipment that will be used to produce daily announcements and short creative films.

Renaissance Has Joined Amazon Smile

Renaissance has joined Amazon Smile. This means Amazon will donate 0.5% of all purchases made when logging in using the proper link. Click "Read More" to see the link.

Jessica Vollbrecht Receives Outstanding Teacher Award

Shippensburg University and the Shippensburg University School Study Council
celebrated American Education Week Thursday, November 16, 2017 by recognizing
forty-seven outstanding teachers from school districts in South Central Pennsylvania, including Mrs. Vollbrecht.

Altoona Mirror News Story

Check out this great news story that features the Everett Area School District as well as others!

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Nathaniel Maxwell at PMEA All-State Conference

Nathaniel Maxwell, a junior from Everett, was recognized for his original composition, Fugue in G Minor for Brass Quintet at the PMEA All-State Conference in Lancaster on April 19th.  Nathaniel was one of 5 composers recognized at the PMEA Outstanding Composers recital.  This program recognizes outstanding composers at the middle, high school, college and adult levels.  His piece was performed by members of the Lycoming College Wind Ensemble.

PMEA competition recitalNathaniel Maxwell receiving recognition









PMEA Award Recipients



PMEA All-State Conference

Two students from Everett High School attended the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association All-State Conference in Lancaster on April 18-21.  Nathaniel Maxwell took part in the All-State Chorus as one of two piano accompanists.  He is the first student from Everett to ever attend as a choir accompanist.  Alexandra Iseminger took part in the All-State Concert Band on Baritone Saxophone and placed second chair in her audition.  Pictured are Nathaniel and Alex with Mr. Cogan & Mr. Sarvey. 

Alex with Larry Sarvey    Nathaniel with Mr. Cogan 

Everett High School Mini-Thon

Everett High School Student Council is holding a Mini-Thon to raise funds for Four Diamonds. Please visit the donor drive website and consider making a contribution to one of our great students participating in the event. Help them reach their goals as they help in the fight to conquer childhood cancer. The event is being held on May 6th at the high school. Here is the link: https://fourdiamonds.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=2101

Everett HS Student Council Mini-THON

Everett HS Student Council Mini-THON raised $7,762.45 to benefit Four Diamonds at Penn State Children's Hospital. Fortunately, more funds were collected after the picture was taken, making the total more. The event, which was held on April 6, 2018 at Everett High School, had 36 student participants. While raising awareness and funds, students had the opportunity to learn about the many strides Four Diamonds is taking in the fight against childhood cancer. Since its creation in 1972, Four Diamonds has helped nearly 4,000 children and families and supported a diverse platform of pediatric cancer research projects at Penn State Children’s Hospital. Its goal is to improve new treatments and, ultimately, find a cure for the children battling cancer around the world. Everett High School Student Council is proud to partner with Four Diamonds in the continuous fight to conquer childhood cancer. 

EASD Mini-Thon Participants