October 15, 2021
SPOTLIGHT ON EPS STAFF
A quick shoutout to Tiffany Boakye’s of the Madeline English School for organizing Emma’s Walk on Saturday, October 3rd. Maddy students and staff participated in this special event, raising more than $3,000 for The Jimmy Fund. Please click HERE to learn more about Ms. Boakye’s motivation for conceiving Emma’s Walk. Pictured above, from left, are Courtney Jackson, Krystal Quinn, Kate Mayes, Michele Colameta, and Tiffany Boakye.
A UNIVERSAL SUCCESS!
Hundreds of families attended this year’s EL Family Night, a mix of fun, food, music, and helpful information for families about our robust Department of English Learners. A tip of the hat to the Maintenance Department for setting up the outdoor space at the Parlin School and to EL Director Brittany Hay and all faculty and staff who organized and staffed the event.
Clockwise from the top: from left: EPS teachers Katie Kukova (Lafayette), Melissa Browne (Webster), Chris Coughlin (EHS), and EPS K-8 STEM Director Rupi Kaur; Maintenance Director Steve Bond, Parlin School Principal Dennis Lynch, and Assistant Principal James Murphy; and Everett High School (EHS) Re-Engagement Specialist Sara Paiva and EHS EL Department Head Chelsea McNiff skilfully handle the popcorn maker.
The first-ever Brandon Conde 5K road race and walk is set for Sunday, October 24 at 10 a.m. at Glendale Park. Brandon is a lifelong Everett resident, a product of the EPS, and a former Crimson Tide football player. He suffered a life-altering injury in July of 2019 that has left him a tetraplegic. All race proceeds will benefit Brandon and his continued recovery efforts. The registration fee is $35 for adults, $10 for students.
Register quickly and easily via RaceWire.
And don’t forget to Wear Red for Brandon on Friday, October 22nd. For the last two years, members of the EPS community have been energetic participants in this event and we want to continue the tradition on the 22nd as we do everything we can to show our support for Brandon
For our Professional Development Day on Tuesday, November 2nd (Election Day), the EPS will be participating in the 5DP Professional Day. The catalog of sessions is now available, and it features a diverse collection of options for all educators to choose from on November 2nd. The catalog can be found HERE. Registration is open and will end at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 21st.
ACES OF CLUBS
Chess Club, Latin Club, Key Club, Marine Biology Club, Social Justice Club … You get the idea! There are dozens of clubs and groups at Everett High School that need advisors. Click HERE for the complete list of opportunities for fiscal year 2022, including stipends. Interested candidates should contact EHS Principal Erick Naumann or Vice Principal Andrea Tringali.
The Everett Public Schools is seeking teachers and staff to help us expand our partnership with Empow Studios, a provider of award-winning STEM programs. Specifically, we are launching virtual afterschool offerings for students across all grade levels at Everett High and the Webster, Parlin, and Keverian schools beginning on October 25th. Staff members are needed to work with Empow instructors and small cohorts of students enrolled in virtual STEM programs. Click HERE for details about the position, stipend, hours, and responsibilities.