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800 free pancakes at Everett’s Lowell Elementary feed the masses
The annual breakfast was started to connect the community and the school, as well as to get people to interact.
Everett Community College president set for $281K salary
Chemene Crawford has been hired as the college’s next president to oversee some 800 employees and 15,000 students.
Marysville schools serving layoff notices for up to 45 teachers
Marysville is the latest Snohomish County district to grapple with a multi-million dollar budget shortfall.
Trade fair gives Snohomish County kids glimpse of college alternatives
Showcasing the trades, the Trade Up event in Monroe drew hundreds of high school students from east Snohomish County.
Hazing becomes a felony in some cases in Washington state
The “Sam Martinez Stop Hazing Law,” was signed Monday. The Legislature unanimously passed the measure.
‘Tigerspeed’: Granite Falls Eco-Car team fueled for success
A storied high school club finished fifth at a national competition, where it’s a race for efficiency, not speed.
EvCC trustees choose Chemene Crawford as next president
Crawford is the current leader of North Seattle College. She was one of three finalists for the post.
Layoffs loom as Snohomish County schools face budget shortfalls
Edmonds, Mukilteo, Everett, Arlington and Stanwood-Camano plan to cut programs and eliminate jobs next school year.
Education nonprofit expands programs to Snohomish County
Treehouse is a nonprofit dedicated to furthering educational opportunities for youth in Foster Care
Schools are ‘target rich’ for cyberattacks, fed agency helps fight back
A Cascade High School grad is heading up the effort in Washington. This week, he checked in with Everett school leaders.
Michael Tolley named new Northshore School District leader
Tolley, interim superintendent since last summer, is expected to inherit the position permanently in July.
Deaf family sues Northshore over repeated restraint, isolation of child
The kindergartener was reportedly restrained as much as five times a day by her special education teacher, the lawsuit says.
One of these 3 will be the next leaders of Northshore schools
Michael Tolley, Charles McNulty and Jeanice Kerr Swift want the job. They’ll stand for questions at a public forum Wednesday.
Free Bezos-backed preschool opens in Everett
Kids are admitted to the free preschool in Everett Station by lottery. The school pays no rent in exchange for improvements.
Amid smoke-filled summers, motivated teachers drive climate education
The ClimeTime program provides more resources to teach about climate change. And it gets kids thinking about solutions.
Peacock to step down as Lakewood schools superintendent in June
He said he needs time to recharge. A search for a successor is underway, with the school board hoping to make a hire in April.
Everett schools may slash 140 jobs to deal with $28M deficit
The school board on Tuesday adopted a blueprint for potential layoffs and deep program cuts to make ends meet.
Ex-educator sues Marysville School District for alleged discrimination
The complaint alleges hostility and retaliation when Cassandra Clark raised concerns about leadership at Grove Elementary.
A perfect storm soaking school district budgets with red ink
Fewer students, rising costs and disappearing federal aid have forced schools to consider where they can pare spending.
Mukilteo School Board has vacancy with resignation of Michael Simmons
Simmons has served for 11 years. Deadline to apply for the District 1 seat is Feb. 28.