Get ready for the What's So Cool About Manufacturing, viewer's choice voting! Click here to vote: https://sa-cool.com/ Voting will open on April 9th, and close April 11th. Everyone can vote multiple times. Vote Everett, and vote often! See the attached flyer for more details.
5 days ago, Everett Area School District
What's so cool about manufacturing voting flyer
Any parents or guardians picking up students early from the MS/HS for the Solar Eclipse, please note that we will have folks directing traffic when you arrive. You will loop up near ACM, through the student parking lot, and then into the bus loop to pick up your child. Students will be accounted for and released from the auditorium to walk down to the bus loop. Parents do not need to leave their vehicles to sign students out.
5 days ago, Christopher Avvampato
Due to the forecast of continued heavy rain and the potential for flooding, the Everett Area School District will be dismissing students 2-hours early today, April 3, 2024. All after school programs and activities are cancelled. Thank you
10 days ago, Jim Hollis
Please see this letter regarding EASD's plan for the solar eclipse on Monday April 8th: https://5il.co/2h1ro
22 days ago, Everett Area School District
Solar Eclipse Letter
George Kuhne received a $1,000.00 scholarship at the National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Banquet in State College on Sunday, March 17. Congratulations George! Pictured is George with parents George and Julie Kuhne, as well as Mr. Brian Koontz.
26 days ago, Everett Area School District
George Kuhn with parents
George Kuhn with parents and Brian Koontz
Check out this flyer regarding a Community Health Fair being held at Allegany College of Maryland, Bedford County Campus on April 9th, 2024: https://5il.co/2gjto
30 days ago, Everett Area School District
ACM Community Health Fair
Due to isolated slick road conditions buses 17 and 18 may be running 20-30 minutes behind schedule picking up students this morning. Thank you
about 1 month ago, Jim Hollis
Tomorrow evening, Febrary 23, we will be holding the Rockband concert in the auditorium at 6pm, and our girl’s basketball team will take on the Meyersdale Raiders at 6pm as well, at home. We look forward to seeing you at the concert OR at the game. Also, good luck to our boy's basketball team who plays Tussey Mountain at 7pm. Go Warriors!
about 2 months ago, Christopher Avvampato
The Everett Area School District’s (EASD) partner, The Everett Renaissance Foundation, was the benefactor of a $5,000.00 Educational Improvement Tax Credit donation from First Commonwealth Bank (FCB), on February 21, 2024. The Renaissance Foundation supports EASD’s educational mission and vision, for its students. The funds will be used to focus on supporting EASD’s comprehensive plan for STEM education. The District and Foundation are very appreciative of the support FCB provides to the school and local community. Photo information L to R: Theresa Smith - Business Manager, Stephanie Wingard – FCB FSCM – Bedford Branch, Jim Mearkle – Renaissance Foundation Chairman, David A. Burkett – Superintendent
about 2 months ago, Everett Area School District
Photo information L to R: Theresa Smith - Business Manager, Stephanie Wingard – FCB FSCM – Bedford Branch, Jim Mearkle – Renaissance Foundation Chairman, David A. Burkett – Superintendent
Parents and Guardians, Due to the forecasted winter storm, the Everett Area School District will be operating on a flexible instruction day, Tomorrow, Tuesday February 13, 2024. All students are to log-on to Schoology to get their assignments. Teachers will post zoom links for students who need assistance, teachers will also be available by email. Thank you.
2 months ago, Jim Hollis
There will be a Facilities Committee meeting on February 8th at 5:30p.m. at EASD Central Office.
2 months ago, Everett Area School District
Parents and Guardians, Due to the forecasted snow storm, the Everett Area School District will be doing an FID / virtual day. Friday, January 19, 2024. All students are to log-on to Schoology to get their assignments. Teachers will post zoom links for students who need assistance, teachers will also be available by email. Thank you.
3 months ago, Jim Hollis
Parents and Guardians Due to the forecast for frigid temperatures and windchills, the Everett Area School District will be operating on a 2-hour delay, Wednesday January 17, 2024. Thank you
3 months ago, Jim Hollis
Students in grades kindergarten to 2nd grade brought homework packets to complete for the FID virtual day today. Please check your child’s book bag for them.
3 months ago, Justin Hillegas
Parents and Guardians, Due to the hazardous road conditions, the Everett Area School District will be doing a virtual / FID day today Tuesday January 16, 2024, All students are to log-on to Schoology to get their assignments. Teachers will post zoom links for students who need assistance and are available by email. Thank you.
3 months ago, Jim Hollis
Parents and Guardians, Due to the timing of the forecasted snowstorm, the Everett Area School District will be operating on a 2-hour delay, Tuesday, January 16, 2024. Thank you.
3 months ago, Jim Hollis
We are currently accepting Pre-Registration for Kindergarten and Pre-Kindergarten for the 2024-2025 school year! You can use this link to register: https://forms.gle/ZwZRP2MaY7gr4N4B8
3 months ago, Everett Area School District
KG Registration Info
Parents and Guardians, Due to the inclement weather and the potential for flooding, high winds and refreezing. The Everett Area School District will be operating on a 2-hour delay, tomorrow, January 10, 2024. Thank you
3 months ago, Jim Hollis
Parents and Guardians, Due to the timing of tomorrow’s potential storm and the current weather advisories that have been issued, the Everett Area School District will be operating on a Flexible Instruction Day, Tuesday, January 9, 2024. Teachers will have assignments, lessons and zoom links posted to Schoology tomorrow morning. Student are to log on and complete assignments, if they have questions, they can contact their teachers via email or the zoom links listed on Schoology. Thank you
3 months ago, Jim Hollis
Next week, we will be administering The Algebra Keystone exam on Monday, January 8 and Tuesday, January 9 for any ninth through eleventh grade student who has taken it previously and did not pass. Those students taking the Keystone exams should go to school as they normally would. All Seniors, as well as those Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen who DID previously pass their Algebra Keystone Exam DO NOT need to attend until 10:15 on these days. If your student rides the bus or needs to be dropped off at their normal time, they may report at their normal time and should report to the Auditorium until 10:15, at which time the normal school schedule will resume. Any students who are not testing, and have not taken the Algebra Keystone Exam will report at their normal time and follow their normal schedule. Students in the second session of BCTC will need to check in at the main office before boarding the bus that is scheduled to leave at 10:15. Students, please make sure you arrive earlier than 10:15 to give yourself enough time to sign in at the main office. Students who normally leave for Senior Challenge mid-way through the day will still need to check in at the main office for attendance. If a student doesn’t check in at the main office, they will be marked absent for the day. Despite the change in schedule, you will get a call that your child is absent from school even if they will be coming in late for the day. Attendance will be corrected once students sign in. If there is any weather-related 2-hour delay or cancellation, the make-up testing will be completed on Wednesday, January 10, with the aforementioned schedule.
3 months ago, Christopher Avvampato