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Distinguished Honor

George Keverian Scholarship

Joshua Powers Receives a George Keverian Public Service Scholarship George Keverian An Everett High School (EHS) senior was presented with a scholarship named in honor of the late, great George Keverian as part of the Commonwealth’s commemoration of the 104th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.Joshua Powers, the fifth-ranked student in the Class of 2019 and the President of the Student …

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Student Teachers

Service Learning Project

Eighth Graders Help Third Graders Prepare for MCAS Who better to ask for help in preparing for a test than someone who has taken it in the past?Lafayette School social studies teachers Marena MacLaughlin and Paul Erickson smartly and effectively turned this premise into a tremendously successful Service Learning Project for eighth graders, who helped third graders prepare to take …

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A Co-Operative Effort

Richard O'Neil

Everett Bank CEO Richard O’Neil Addresses School Committee CLICK HERE FOR THE VIDEO Thanks to a generous donation from Everett Bank, Everett High School’s STEM racing team will travel to Texas A&M University later this month to compete in the Ten80 Education Student Racing Challenge (SRC) National Finals. The donation, which covers the complete cost of the trip, was officially …

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Winter Sports Dinner

Winter Sports Banquet

The Everett High School athletic department held a banquet last week for the members of the boys and girls basketball teams, the wrestling team, and the basketball cheerleading squad. Boys basketball coach Stanley Chamblain, girls coach and Athletic Director Tammy Turner, and wrestling coach Nicholas Erban addressed the players and their families, recognized conference all stars, and presented the seniors …

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The Art of Messaging

Fire Prevention

Middle school students throughout the district showcased their artistic skills and creativity by submitting entries in the annual Arson Watch Reward Program Poster Contest. The theme of the contest is “Fire Prevention – Everyone/Everyday.” Everett Fire Department Lt. William Hurley met with Everett sixth, seventh, and eighth graders to discuss fire safety and prevention and talk about the contest. “Lt. …

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Art and Science

Curiosity Award

Everett student writes an award-winning poem A Parlin School sixth grader has been awarded a prestigious 2019 Curiosity Award as part of the Cambridge Science Festival, the first-of-its-kind celebration showcasing the leading edge in science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM).  Henrique Pinto, a student in Katelyn Crossley’s class, was one of only 120 winners out of close to 4,000 …

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Professional Development Feature Photo

Dr. Gortych from the MPY Leads an Important Discussion with EPS Guidance Department Staff Dr. Barbara Gortych (left) from the Middlesex Partnership for Youth (MPY) gave an important and very useful presentation to to the district-wide Guidance Department staff last week about Helping Traumatized Children. Dr. Gortych covered a lot of ground with the counselors, from advice on how to help …

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Winning Designs

Project Lead the Way

EHS Students Recognized by PTLW Members of Alisa Rachubo’s Introduction to Engineering Design course received blue ribbons for their entries in a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Online Industry Challenge.  Teams of students competed against other PLTW schools to create engineering design plans to manufacture a box of given specifications. Massachusetts-based industry partners Abbott-Action, Inc. and Seaboard Box Folding Co. …

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Everett Bank and the EPS

Everett Bank Helps EHS Students Race to the Top Thanks to a generous donation from Everett Bank, Everett High School’s STEM racing team will travel to Texas A&M University later this month to compete in the Ten80 Education Student Racing Challenge (SRC) National Finals.“Make no mistake about it, Everett Bank is making this trip a reality,” said Interim Superintendent Janice …

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Exelon Brings History to Light

Community Partners

Company Sponsors FTF Scholars Program in the Everett Public Schools Thanks to the continued sponsorship of Exelon Generation, the Freedom Trail Foundation (FTF) is bringing its Scholars Program to fifth graders throughout the Everett Public Schools.On Wednesday, April 3, FTF executives visited the Webster School to thank Exelon Generation Power Communications Manager Carol Churchill for organizing the outreach effort, which …

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