School News

Attednance Matters at EASD!

Congratulations Brynn Reese, Camden Hauze and Daniel Gartland on winning bikes and an Altoona Curve gift pack!  They were entered in a drawing based on missing less than 10 days of school all year! 

10 days of less

Congratulations Class of 2017!
Congratulations On Your Retirement

Congratulations Mike Kline (5th Grade Teacher) and Kathy Abbott (Title I Teacher Assistant) on your retirement!  Mr. Kline has 33 years of teaching at EASD while Mrs. Abbott has 26 years!

reitrement   retirement

Summer Reading Program

readingThe Everett Free Library is providing a Free Summer Reading Program filled with activities and fun.   This year's program, "Build a Better World," encompasses building and architecture, environment, senses and conservation.  Please register by May 30th for your child to participate!  All questions and additional information can be directed to Judy at 652-5922 or by emailing

ATTENTION All 5th Graders

You are cordially invited to tour the Middle School the week of June 5th-9th between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3 p.m.  If you plan to visit the MS, please stop in the office upon arrival.  We are hoping this opportunity will help to familiarize you with the location of classrooms and offices.  Contact Mrs. Criswell if you have questions 652-9114 ext. 1015.

MS Art Students


SADD Experiment

SADD members Nathan Gilliland, Chris Sanbower, and Rachel Daley conducted a presentation to 6th graders on the myths of alcohol abuse. Students conducted activities showing how alcohol impairment affects judgment, decisions, and actions. Here students Olivia Hillegas, Ian Bollman and CJ Humbertson take a turn at glasses which simulate alcohol impaired vision.

sadd  sadd  sadd

2017-18 Vaccination Requirements

Please click here for new vaccination requirements from the Pennsylvania Department of Education.  Don't forget to have all vaccinations up to date before the start of the 2017-18 school year.  All Immunizations will need to be completed within 5 school days from the start of school or the student will be excluded from attending.  Additional information can be found on our Health & Wellness webpage.

Altoona Curve Baseball Fun!

Miss Hillenbrand, Ms. Willis and Mrs. Garlock's classes went to an Altoona Curve baseball game for their annual field trip. Everyone involved had a ball of fun!  Click here to see some photos from their field trip!


6th Grade Envirothon Placed 1st!

6th grade students who were part of the Wiley Coyote Envirothon team placed 1st at the Bedford Co. Envirothon meet on May 3.  These students answered a variety of questions on topics such as aquatics, wildlife, fisheries, etc.  Team members are:  Jozelyn Jacobs, Mollie Feight, Hazel Chamberlain, Savanna Nesbitt, Denae Mobus, and Brett Sobzak.  The team's coach is Mrs. Cindy Miller.  Congratulations to these outstanding environmentalists!


StuCo Raises $6,067.07 FTK!

EHS StuCo Mini-THON raises $6,067.07 For The Kids (FTK).  All funds benefit Four Diamonds Foundation and their partnership with Penn State Children's Hospital in the fight against pediatric cancer.


Academic All Stars!

Academic All StarsThank you Renaissance for making positive changes in the Middle School and High School.  Stop by the auditorium lobby and take a look at the new Academic All Stars wall that showcases our students with Perfect Attendance, Distinguished Honor Roll and Honor Roll!


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

Click Here for the impact on Senate District 35 or Read More to continue.


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

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.



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.

View All News

Upcoming Events


Little Mermaid Little Mermaid Little Mermaid Little Mermaid


Mini Thon  Mini Thon  Mini Thon  Mini Thon




      Veterans day