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.
Check out the newest special senior edition of EASD's Warrior Way Newsletter! Find it here: https://5il.co/j47x
Please see this page regarding all plans and information for the 2020-2021 school year: https://www.everettasd.org/2020-2021-school-year-plans
Congratulations class of 2020!
Here's a video from Everett's Secret Service Club thanking essential workers: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1moFYzTXuC-9PkyTJ4NWsSM1znsa087dY/view?usp=drivesdk
EASD's National Junior Honor Society students recently brought in items to benefit Everett Elementary's weekend backpack program. There were over 500 donated items!
Good Evening, It has been brought to our attention that there is some questions about the enforcement of book bags, coats/jackets, and hats. We have been policing this throughout the year and recently the issue has been brought to the forefront. In the handbook under hair and dress number 10, students are allowed to bring them but need placed in lockers in the morning. This is a safety concern. No punishments have been given yet just warnings. We have lockers available in hallways and the locker rooms and have given extra time in situations that we have deemed necessary. This is strictly informational and this is not a new rule. We encourage you to, as weather gets nicer, to review the student dress with your student. Further questions, please call the high school office at 814.652.9114.
Kaitlyn Maxwell shoots her 2000th pt. Congratulations to her and the Lady Warriors for their 2nd place finish in the ICC.
Interested in becoming a substitute teacher? Find out more here: http://www.everettasd.org/employment-opportunities--158
Nikki Spade (center) from M&T bank presents checks to Adam Whisel (right) and Jim Mearkle (left) for both the Principal’s Scholarship and a donation to the Renaissance Foundation. Thank you M&T bank!
Dear Parents and Guardians, Starting on January 2, our Skyward System, will enable parents to submit excuses for days that your student is absent, or even schedule upcoming absences. It is our hope that you will utilize this option so that we can better account for student attendance. To learn more about this new Skyward feature you can click on the links below to watch a How-to-Video, or read a How-to-Guide. These links are also available on our website, just click Explore, then Skyward. How-To Guide link: https://5il.co/bxau How-To Video link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1e7gkqsQFegUEYH3DfYIFPwnA4odcBlrF
Members of the National Honor Society were spreading Christmas Cheer by collecting Christmas gifts to donate to our local Love INC. All items are distributed to families in our home town. The Everett Chapter of the National Honor Society embodies the Service Pillar of its tenets.
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MS NJHS advisers, Mr. Rosenberger & Mrs. Styer, had students decorate pumpkins to take to an area nursing home. Thank you for your community outreach everyone!
Check out this great back to school flyer that has everything you need to know for the 2019-2020 school year! https://5il.co/9ulz
Congratulations to the 4 Everett graduates who went on to attend the Naval Academy! The graduates left to right are: Jubal Schmidt, Kestrel Kuhne, Laurel Kuhne, and Mitchel Kovel
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Nathaniel Maxwell performed as an All-State Choir Pianist in Pittsburgh, PA for the 2019 PMEA All-State/NAfME All-Eastern Convention. This marked his third performance at the All-State level!
The National Junior Honor Society just donated $100 to the Tom Waltman weight room fund!
The Everett Chapter of the National Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony on Tuesday, March 19. Qualification for membership is based on the four pillars of NHS: Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Character. Twelve new members, along with their parents, were invited to the dinner which was held at the Breezewood Fire Hall. The new members inducted into NHS are: Lindsay Foor, Noelle Hendershot, Kaitlyn Maxwell and Alexandra Iseminger. In the back are: Leroy Clark, III, Allison Klavuhn, Cameron Mellott, Katelyn Graham, McKenzi Nesbitt, Kolby Weaver, Tori Steel and Matthew Wilt.