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Engineered for Success

STEM Partnerships

EiE teachers, from left: Kimberly Cerbone, Nelda O’Neill, Carlene Ballway, Christine Agosto, Allison Piatelli, and Maria Drappers. Everett Teachers Bring Award-Winning Curriculum Into the Classroom Thanks to a partnership with the Museum of Science and the dedication of EPS teachers, approximately 60 elementary-aged students participated in a Summer Enrichment program at the Keverian School aimed at boosting interest and proficiency …

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A Partnership With Salem State

Dual Enrollment Banner

Free College Course Will Be Offered at EHS Everett High School (EHS) will offer a Dual Enrollment class with Salem State University for the 2019-20 school year. EHS students interested in taking a psychology class at Everett High School through Salem State should come to the Guidance Office for an application (or download the application below and return it to …

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Program Sponsored by iRobot, Red Sox

Crossley Honored

Parlin School science teacher Katelyn Crossley has been recognized as a STEM Teacher MVP by iRobot and the Boston Red Sox. With her husband, Steve, and their children, Declan and Macie, by her side, Mrs. Crossley was honored before the Red Sox-Blue Jays game on Tuesday, July 16 at Fenway Park. As you might expect, it was an unforgettable experience …

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Congratulations, Lizzy Bautista

Lizzy Bautista in DC

Everett High School student Lizzy Bautista and Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, overlooking the nation’s capitol last month. CONGRATULATIONS to Everett High’s Lizzy Bautista, the winner of the 2019 Congressional Art Competition for the Commonwealth’s 7th District, which is represented by Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley. Lizzy, who will be a senior in the fall, was recognized for her striking work, “Eddie’s Duality” (below). …

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