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Lady Warriors Basketball "Future Stars" Registration

Image result for basketballThe Everett Area Coaching Staff is excited to announce its "Future Stars" program, a skill development program for girls in grades 3-6. Our goal is to teach basic basketball fundamentals and encourage participants to develop an interest in the sport and improve each week. The program provides a perfect balance of skill development with organized game play. Please click here for additional information and application.  All applications are due Friday, May 5th.

Renaissance Recognizes Birthdays!

Middle and High School staff and students helped construct the Spring Renaissance Birthday Wall to recognize birthdays in our school.

Birthday Wall   Birthday Wall

L to R:  Abby Johnson with Mrs. Kline and Mrs. Vollbrecht with Sydney Reffner and Taylor Bishop

Property Tax Elimination Plan Does Not Work for Taxpayers or Schools

A proposal called The Property Tax Independence Act will be re-introduced in the Senate, that would eliminate property taxes and shift a significant burden of funding public schools onto other taxing mechanisms, including higher personal income taxes as well as a higher sales tax with an expanded base of what goods and services are subject to tax. The proposal also includes a referendum component.  Similar legislation was considered in the 2015-16 legislative session and was narrowly defeated in the Senate.

Article from www.psba.org.

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Everett Students Learn About Diversity

What happens when a rural school meets a diverse culture? High School English teacher, Matt Otis prepared a video with his classes on their findings.  Within this video, examine how students feel about cultural diversity once they are exposed to more diverse cultures. Students within Everett Area High School learn about the dangers of stereotyping and the negative impact such negativity has caused throughout history.

Diversity

Marching Band Fundraiser!

The Everett Area School District marching band has begun a massive fundraising campaign for new band uniforms.  We just began our car raffle co-sponsored by Thomas Chevrolet Subaru.  Tickets are $50 and we only be selling 1,000 of them, so get in on this as quick as you can. 

We're raffling off this 2017 Chevy Cruze Premier. 

Chevy Cruz

The drawing will occur on May 28th in accordance with the PA Lottery Daily Number.

If you're interested in purchasing a ticket please call or email Band Director, Larry Sarvey.  814-652-9114 ext. 1312 or lsarvey@everett.k12.pa.us

2017-18 MS & HS Course Description Guides

Please click on the links below to view the 2017-18 MS or HS Course Description Guides. 

MS Course Description Guide
HS Course Description Guide

Congratulations Scholastic Quiz Team!

Under the leadership of coach Mrs. Chelly Pepple, the JV Scholastic Quiz Team became the Bedford-Blair County Scholastic Quiz Champions on February 22nd at the IU8.  Participating students were:  Kaitlyn Maxwell (captain), Matthew Wilt, Kyle Duvall, Wyatt Treece, Ethan Murphy, Wyatt Nesbitt, Mollie Feight and Brett Sobzack.  Special congratulations go to Matthew Wilt for earning the title of the highest scorer of all participants, with a total of 52 regular season toss-ups, which earned his teams 520 points!  Congratulations to all, and special thanks to Mrs. Ashley Clark for her help as a volunteer question reader, scorekeeper, and judge.

Scholastic Quiz Team   Scholastic Quiz Team

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Mr. Simpson Receives Outstanding Teacher Award

Craig Simpson, History and Math teacher, was recently recognized at a special luncheon.  He was chosen as Everett’s Outstanding Teacher this year based on his excellent achievements and positive impact that he brings to our students and school community.  We are proud of Mr. Simpson’s recognition as Outstanding Teacher and are blessed to have him on staff.  Congratulations, Mr. Simpson!

SchoolCafe Lunch Accounts

Everett Area School District is proud to offer a safe and secure way for parents to make payments to their children's lunch accounts.  **Please be advised that SchoolCafe does not work properly in Google Chrome.  In order to successfully access accounts, please use Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari as your web browser.

Acceptable Use of Internet, Computers and Network Resources

Parents and students:  Here you will find the Acceptable Use Policy as adopted by the Everett Area School District in January 2015.  Please sign and return the agreement as soon as possible.

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