Summer Shape Program
about 1 hour ago, Don Burd
Summer Shape Info
Everett Area SD will be hosting a summer shape program where individuals within the community will have the opportunity to come in and participate in a variety of health and fitness classes. The link to the google classroom to view and sign up for classes is listed below. This program is open to everyone within the community, so if you or someone you know is interested in joining a fitness class over the summer, please follow the link to the google classroom to see the different classes provided. There is something for everyone. We hope to see you there. https://classroom.google.com/c/NTE1NDYwMzk5MjM5?cjc=fdw3faa
about 2 hours ago, Don Burd
BUDGET NOTICE! The Everett Area School District’s proposed 2022-23 budget is available for public inspection at the Superintendent’s Office (or at this link: https://5il.co/1aiw9) and is subject to any desirable revisions prior to final adoption. The Everett Area School District intends to final adopt the 2022-23 budget on June 16, 2022.
12 days ago, Everett Area School District
The Bedford County 21st Century Community Learning Centers Consortium will once again sponsor a summer STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) camp at the Bedford County Technical Center in June and July 2022. This camp is open to incoming 6th through 12th grade students. See this news article for more information: https://www.everettasd.org/article/741438
13 days ago, Everett Area School District
This message is for parents and guardians of Everett Area High School.  We will be administering Keystone tests beginning on May 16.  The schedule will be as follows:  Biology testing with take place on May 16 and 17, Literature testing on May 19 and 20, and Algebra 1 testing on May 23 and 24.  Breakfast will be served each morning from 7:50 am until 8:10 am.  All Keystone testing will be administered online, so students should make sure their Chromebooks are fully charged before they report to school each testing day.   Any student who has already passed one or more of the designated Keystone tests does not have to come to school in the morning on the testing days for a test they have already passed.  Those students who choose not to come to school in the morning must provide their own transportation and arrive between 10:30 am and 10:50 am.  All other students should report to school at the regular time.   Tech center students who are not testing will depart the high school at the normal time, so those tech center students who do not come to school in the morning should provide their own transportation to the high school and arrive by 10:00 am.   If you have any questions, please call the school.
14 days ago, Don Burd
​There has been an alarming trend in our county regarding vape pens and other drugs. Please click here to view a letter detailing this information: https://5il.co/16jji
3 months ago, Everett Area School District
Dear Parents and Guardians As per the recent change in guidance from the CDC, masks are now optional on school buses and transportation. Thank you.
3 months ago, Jim Hollis
Want to order a yearbook? Just click here: https://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A07183600. Also, please make sure that you are ordering for Everett, PA and not Everett, WA!
3 months ago, Everett Area School District
Interested in participating in Senior Challenge? Read and fill out this document here: https://5il.co/15pah
3 months ago, Everett Area School District
We are currently accepting pre-registration for Kindergarten and The Learning Lamp Pre-Kindergarten children in the Everett Area School District for the 2022-2023 school year. Please complete and submit the form at the end of this message. We will contact you at a later date to complete the registration process. Any questions, please call the elementary office at (814) 652-9114 ext. 3117. https://forms.gle/SrArhSnRYDrVocdF7
4 months ago, Everett Area School District
Special thank you to Knights of Columbus for your generous donation to our students. We appreciate you, greatly. Pictured are teachers Emily Hartrampf and Trenton Barnes.
5 months ago, Everett Area School District
Trenton Barnes and Emily Hartrampf with Knights Of Columbus donation
Please see this news article on new information regarding the mask mandate: https://www.everettasd.org/article/607347
5 months ago, Everett Area School District
Mask Mandate Update Friday afternoon the Everett Area School District received notification that the Pennsylvania Supreme court vacated the PA Department of Health’s school mask mandate. Beginning on Monday, December 13, 2021 masks will be optional for all students, staff and visitors. This applies inside and outside of all school buildings and events. Masks are still required on public transportation including school busses and vans. Contact tracing and quarantining are also still required. Thank you for your understanding during this trying time. We will continue to update you as information becomes available.
5 months ago, Jim Hollis
Students pose with pumpkins that they made. Back row: Braelin Downs - 5th place, Sarah Wenstrand - 4th place, Ava Weicht - 1st place. Front row: Samareh Morse - 3rd place, Abigail Iseminger - 2nd place.
7 months ago, Everett Area School District
Students pose with pumpkins that they made. Back row: Braelin Downs - 5th place, Sarah Wenstrand - 4th place, Ava Weicht - 1st place. Front row: Samareh Morse - 3rd place, Abigail Iseminger - 2nd place.
Check out the fall 2021 edition of the Warrior Way Newsletter! It can be found here: https://5il.co/11a7i
7 months ago, Everett Area School District
Check out these pics of the recently painted Everett plow!
7 months ago, Everett Area School District
Everyone behind painted plow
Painted plow right side
Painted plow left side
Painted plow front side
Parents and guardians, please click this link to find out more information about an inappropriate viral TikTok challenge that is affecting our school - https://5il.co/zxax
8 months ago, Everett Area School District
Dear Everett Parents, Guardians and Staff, Today at 11:00am, the United States Department of Education recognized Everett Area High School as a National Blue Ribbon School for exemplary, high performance. One of only four high schools recognized in Pennsylvania. To be clear, this is the highest academic honor that a public school can receive. It is the result of many years of hard work and focus on achieving excellence and improving on our existing academic structures. Though making change can be very difficult, our board, administration, faculty, staff, students and parents rose to those challenges and met or exceeded our expectations. This honor is the culmination of a combined effort starting at our elementary schools all the way through our high school program. Everyone in this district has been a part of earning this accomplishment. In conclusion, everyone should be very proud of the accomplishment of the Everett Area School District and its students. Everett Area High School is now recognized as one of the elite school programs in the nation. It is now our task to continue this pattern of excellence. Parents will also be issued a formal news release by clicking the link in out text message or on the website’s news feed. Thank you and have a great day https://5il.co/zdiq
8 months ago, Jim Hollis
To all EASD community members: Our calling system (Apptegy) will be changing how text messages are delivered. Due to this, if you receive a text message from the EASD, you may be asked to opt in to continue to receive text messages. Please follow the instructions to opt-in if you wish to receive text messages. If you wish to not receive texts, you can follow the instructions to opt-out. Thank you.
8 months ago, Everett Area School District
Dear Parents and Guardians, As you may be aware, the Everett Area School Board voted on Monday to allow for parents to submit a notarized affidavit form to claim exceptions to the state mask mandate that requires students to wear a face covering in school. This form can be obtained at any district building or on our website directly under the words “Welcome to Everett Area School District”. This form states that a parent is attesting that their child cannot wear a face covering because it may cause or exacerbate a medical or mental health condition. This form only applies to the masking order and does not affect student’s ability to participate in sports or other activities. Please have these forms notarized and submitted to the building Principals by September 20, 2021. Thank you
8 months ago, Jim Hollis