Dear Parents and Guardians, Everett Area School District faculty and staff have been scheduled to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations this Friday. To make this possible, the District will operate on a full virtual schedule - Friday, March 5, 2021. All students will log on from home just like they would on their virtual week or on a snow day. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause; however, this is a critical step towards getting back to a more normal routine. Thank you
about 19 hours ago, Jim Hollis
The Everett Area School Board will hold its March 8th & March 15th meetings at the MS/HS Cafeteria @ 7 p.m. Participants are asked to enter at the cafeteria entrance at the back of the building. Masks MUST BE worn. Social distancing measures will be adhered to.
about 20 hours ago, Everett Area School District
Parents and Guardians, The Everett Area School District will begin full face-to-face instruction for grades 4-6 students, beginning Monday, March 1, 2021. Declining COVID numbers indicate that this is a good time for our face-to-face roll-out to continue. This means that all students grades pk-6 will attend every day, and every week. Grades 7-12 will continue with the A/B hybrid schedule. Masks will be required. The district will continue to offer online instruction, with their teacher, for the rest of the 3rd nine-weeks, which ends on March 17, 2021. Parents who wish to remain online for the 4th nine-weeks will be enrolled in the Everett Cyber Academy, and should contact their building principal for details. The district will continue to monitor cases and the status of the pandemic. More information will be coming. Thank you
8 days ago, Jim Hollis
Parents and Guardians Just a reminder that we will be distributing bagged breakfasts and lunches today from 11:00am until 1:00pm. From today forward, all meals will be distributed from the back parking lot of the Middle/High School only. All students grades k-12 are eligible to pick up their meals at the high school. Meals will be distributed on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Thank you
14 days ago, Jim Hollis
Dear Parents and Guardians, The Everett Area School District will begin full face-to-face instruction for all grades Pre-K to 3 students, beginning Tuesday, February 16, 2021. Declining COVID numbers indicate that this is a good time for face-to-face instruction to begin. Masks will be required. The district will continue to offer online instruction, with their teacher, for the rest of the 3rd nine-weeks. Parents who wish to remain online for the 4th nine-weeks will be enrolled in the Everett Cyber Academy, and should contact their building principal for details. The district will continue to monitor cases and the status of the pandemic, with a target date of March 1, 2021 to return grades 4 through 6 for face-to-face instruction. More information will be coming. Thank you
22 days ago, Jim Hollis
22 days 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 2021-2022 school year. Please complete and submit the form at the end of this message. We will contact you at a later date to schedule an appointment to complete the registration process. Any questions, please call the elementary office at (814) 652-9114 ext. 3117. The form can be found here: https://forms.gle/22CP1ph5dxshv6kEA
about 1 month ago, Everett Area School District
Marking period 2 report cards have been posted to Skyward! If you don't know how to access them, please see this document: https://5il.co/fclm
about 1 month ago, Everett Area School District
Dear Parents, Guardians, Students and Staff, The Everett Area School District will restart in-person learning with the Hybrid A/B schedule, K-12, beginning on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. We will start on the 19th with Group A. Group B will come back on January 25. Students will attend Monday through Friday during their in-person weeks. If you have any specific questions, please contact your building administrator. Thank you
about 2 months ago, Jim Hollis
Please see this news article about school board appreciation: https://www.everettasd.org/article/376720
about 2 months ago, Everett Area School District
Parents and Guardians, Starting on Monday, November 16, we will be altering our distribution of breakfasts and lunches. We will begin handing out meals for two hours and adding meals for the weekends. The distribution schedule will be Mondays, for Monday and Tuesday, Wednesday, for Wednesday and Thursday and Fridays, for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Meals can be picked-up at any school building between the hours of 11:00am and 1:00pm. Thank you
4 months ago, Jim Hollis
Parents of After School students, the after school program is a Monday through Thursday program. There is no programming on Fridays. Please be sure that you are expecting your child right after the school day on Fridays. There will be no after school the week of Thanksgiving and Christmas. A reminder will be sent home with your child.
4 months ago, Everett Area School District
Dear Parents and Guardians, The Everett Area School District has adjusted its procedures for athletic events, to coincide with the current regulations. Moving forward, each participating student including (competing athletes, band, and cheer), will be given 2 tickets to give to parents and guardians. Students with split families will also be accommodated. Visiting teams will receive a set amount of tickets for their parents as well. These new procedures will be in effect for all sports, indoor and outdoor. All spectators will need to present their ticket and entry fee at the gate to be admitted. All spectators will be required to wear a mask and social distance in the stands. As you are aware, this is an ongoing political and legal discussion and circumstances may change, which would require us to adjust procedures again in the future. Thank you
5 months ago, Jim Hollis
Dear Parents and Guardians, The Federal USDA has approved free lunches for all students until the December holiday. The Everett Area School District will respond next week by providing free in-house meals for breakfast and lunch. Starting September 9th, the District will also operate grab and go bagged meals for all students doing virtual in the District and also for all students over the weekends. These meals can be picked up by parents, guardians or students at their perspective schools. Pick up days and times will be Monday, Wednesday and Friday for 1 hour, from 11am - 12pm. Again, bagged lunch pickups will begin on Wednesday September 9th and operate M - W - F until the December 22nd Christmas break. Both elementary schools will have a bagged lunch pick up in the front of the building and the MS/HS will have the pick-up location behind the school at the rear loading dock. Thank you and have a nice weekend.
6 months ago, Jim Hollis
Dear Parents and Guardians, As many of you are aware, the Governors directives on spectator attendance at athletic events has changed again. The end result of this change does not open the door for full parental attendance because schools still must abide by the State Mandated gathering limits. These limits are: 250 people outside and 25 people inside. These total numbers include our student athletes, coaches, referees, and spectators. Basically, anyone in attendance counts towards the gathering limits. The Everett School District continues to monitor this situation and adjust guidelines to best serve our community. For now, this announcement will address specifically the Varsity Football Scrimmage this Saturday morning. Each player will receive two tickets for a parent, guardian or family member who can assume responsibility in the event of an accident. Students who are not related to a player will not be admitted using these tickets. Face coverings are required. All spectators will be temperature checked at the gate. If you do not feel well please stay at home. This plan will allow us to remain under the 250-person limit. Each player will receive their tickets today after practice. The District will communicate more guidance regarding all fall sports when we have received all the pending information from the State. The District seeks to provide maximum opportunities for parents and guardians while proving a fair and equitable plan. Thank you and have a nice weekend.
6 months ago, Jim Hollis
Dear Parents and Guardians, There are many unanswered questions as it relates to sporting events and parents being able to attend. In order to clarify and create an understanding of the rules in place and who made the order, the Everett School District is issuing this communication: On July 16, 2020 the Governor of PA made a targeted mitigation order, which is posted on our website for you to review. This targeted mitigation order states specifically that Visitors and Spectators are not permitted at any school sponsored events and/or sporting events. The PIAA and ICC have placed restrictions on our events which prohibit parents and/or spectators from attending events or from being on school property during any such event. Any violation of these restrictions will result in the home school District having to forfeit the game/event. At the present time, there are multiple efforts underway asking the Governor to reconsider. Until further notice or until the Governor’s orders change to allow spectators, the Everett Area School District is required to ensure that parents/guardians and/or spectators are not on school grounds during athletic functions. It is our understanding that all the schools in our Intermediate Unit will be following these same protocols. In order to provide parents with the opportunity to view games and events, the Everett Area School District has invested in live streaming equipment and will broadcast each event live over YouTube. The link will be sent out to the public prior to the first event. Though we are sure parents would prefer to watch the games in person, we are asking that parents direct their concerns to the State level, as we have no ability to change these circumstances without the Governor reconsidering the orders we have to comply with. We understand your frustrations and we are asking for your cooperation with these very unusual circumstances. Let’s work together and make this the best possible experience for our students under the current conditions. Thank you
6 months ago, Jim Hollis
Dear Everett Parents and Guardians, In an effort to keep everyone informed of the District’s health conditions, we have created a data chart to display current COVID-19 positive cases, possible cases and close contacts. This chart will be posted to our website and be update every Monday. To access the COVID-19 data go to the District website, click “Explore”, then “COVID-19 Information”, then click “COVID-19 Case Data”. If you have any questions please address them to Mr. Jim Hollis. jhollis@everettasd.org. Thank you
6 months ago, Jim Hollis
MS/HS students & parents: Attendance this year will be taken daily via a Google form which will be emailed to all students. This form is to be completed daily by 10 a.m. If you are unable to successfully complete the form, you must then call 652-9114 ext 1025 daily to be marked present. This will need to be done every single day please to ensure accurate attendance records. Students are permitted to carry school appropriate water bottles which are able to be sealed. Any student taking gym will need to wear appropriate attire for class as no locker rooms will be available at present. Students are permitted to be dropped off at the school no earlier than 7:45 a.m. and may be picked up at 2:59 p.m. in the parent circle. All Fridays beginning 8/28 will be virtual educational days. Students are to log on and complete assignments with teachers. Please contact the school if you have further questions which need to be adddressed.
7 months ago, Laurie Criswell
Dear Everett Area School District Parents and Guardians, As some of you may have already heard, the Pennsylvania Department of Education released a mandate yesterday afternoon. We received an email at 2:20pm stating that all students and staff would be required to wear a face covering at all times in the school setting. We are permitted to allow 10-minute breaks for mask removal when students are properly socially distanced. There are no specifications on how many breaks students receive. EASD will utilize judgement to appropriately offer breaks throughout the day, during times students are socially distanced. There are no other changes to our back-to-school plan. If this new mandate changes your decision between the face-to-face option, or full on-line learning, please contact your building Principal. We are not pleased with this last-minute mandate from the State; however, common sense implementation will be followed. Thank you for your time and understanding.
7 months ago, Jim Hollis
Students are permitted to carry water bottles during the upcoming school year. Our maintenance staff has installed touchless water bottle fillers throughout the building. Please understand if you bring a personal water bottle any staff member may check the contents of the bottle. As always, water bottles must be school-appropriate and not be glass bottles.
7 months ago, Everett Area School District