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Everett Public Schools is a public school district in Snohomish County, Washington, USA that serves the cities of Everett, Bothell and Mill Creek.

Everett Public Schools
Everett, Bothell, Mill Creek

United States
District information
SuperintendentDr. Gary Cohn[1]
Students and staff
Other information

The current superintendent is Dr. Gary Cohn.

As of May 2013, the district had an enrollment of 19,218 students.

Everett School District also has twenty-six schools. Some of them won the School Distinction Award. Here is a line from Mary Waggoner. In his announcement of Dr. Peter Scott's selection as an executive director, Superintendent Cohn noted Scott's leadership success. "Under Peter’s leadership, Gateway has been one of the top performing middle schools in the state, consistently outperforming schools of similar size and demographics. Gateway has been a Washington School of Achievement for the last four years – a recognition given only to the state’s top 5 percent of high performing schools that consistently improve student achievement. Earning successive honors over time becomes more challenging each year," noted Cohn.[2]



Here is a list of the schools in the Everett School District.

High schoolsEdit

Middle schoolsEdit

  • Eisenhower Middle School
  • Evergreen Middle School
  • Gateway Middle School
  • Heatherwood Middle School
  • North Middle School

Primary schoolsEdit

  • Cedar Wood Elementary School
  • Emerson Elementary School
  • Forest View Elementary School
  • Garfield Elementary School
  • Hawthorne Elementary School
  • Jackson Elementary School
  • James Monroe Elementary School
  • Jefferson Elementary School
  • Lowell Elementary School
  • Madison Elementary School
  • Mill Creek Elementary School
  • Penny Creek Elementary School
  • Silver Firs Elementary School
  • Silver Lake Elementary School
  • Tambark Creek Elementary School
  • View Ridge Elementary School
  • Whittier Elementary School
  • Woodside Elementary School

Home School Parent PartnershipEdit

  • Port Gardner


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  2. ^ "Everett Schools Name New Director". My Everett News.

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