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PAYS Survey

PAYS Survey

Parents and guardians of EASD MS/HS students: Our school is taking part in the 2021 Pennsylvania Youth Survey (PAYS) sponsored by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and...

More Positions Available (Updated 9-3-21)!

More Positions Available (Updated 9-3-21)!

Everett Area School District is seeking: · Food Service Worker – 4 Hr Position · Teacher Aide - 4 Hr Position Wages & benefits include: bi-monthly...

Athletic Trainer Services Bid Information

Athletic Trainer Services Bid Information

BID NOTICE EVERETT AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT requests proposals for a 1, 2, or 3-year agreement for Athletic Trainer Services. Bids will be accepted until Sept. 20 @ noon, at...

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Everett Area School District

Everett Area School District

5 days ago

To all EASD community members: Our calling system (Apptegy) will be changing how text messages are delivered. Due to this, if you receive a text message from the EASD, you may be asked to opt in to continue to receive text messages. Please follow the instructions to opt-in if you wish to receive text messages. If you wish to not receive texts, you can follow the instructions to opt-out. Thank you.

Jim Hollis

Jim Hollis

5 days ago

Dear Parents and Guardians, As you may be aware, the Everett Area School Board voted on Monday to allow for parents to submit a notarized affidavit form to claim exceptions to the state mask mandate that requires students to wear a face covering in school. This form can be obtained at any district building or on our website directly under the words “Welcome to Everett Area School District”. This form states that a parent is attesting that their child cannot wear a face covering because it may cause or exacerbate a medical or mental health condition. This form only applies to the masking order and does not affect student’s ability to participate in sports or other activities. Please have these forms notarized and submitted to the building Principals by September 20, 2021. Thank you

Jim Hollis

Jim Hollis

11 days ago

Good afternoon. Due to the road construction and detour on S Black Valley Rd, there may be a 10 minute delay on Bus 16's PM drop off times. The district has been advised that the timeline for this road project is 30 days. We appreciate your understanding during this time. Thank you and have a good evening.

Jim Hollis

Jim Hollis

12 days ago

Dear Parents and Guardians, Please be aware there have been 9 new positive COVID cases so far this week in our District. Please watch for signs and symptoms of illness in your child. Please keep your child home if they have a fever, vomiting, diarrhea, or persistent congestion, cough, runny nose, and sore throat. Our staff and administration are continuing efforts to keep our students and staff healthy by encouraging frequent hand washing, social distancing, wearing mask, and watching for signs and symptoms of illness while at school. We appreciate your continued efforts at home in preventing the spread of illness. Please contact Becky Garrett or Elizabeth Yokum with any questions or concerns. Also, Due to the reported backlog in the availability of medical appointments, we will be extending the deadline to turn in medical exemptions to the masking order, until September 20, 2021. Thank you!

Jim Hollis

Jim Hollis

14 days ago

Dear Parents, Guardians and Students, Beginning tomorrow, September 7, 2021, the face covering mandate issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, goes into effect. All students and school personnel will be required to wear a face covering inside all school buildings. Students can bring their own mask/face shield, or one will be supplied by the district. Students do not need to wear a face covering outside, while eating and drinking, or while engaged in high intensity physical activity, like Physical Education classes or sports. If you desire to claim a medical exemption for your child, please contact your building Principal and they will outline the procedure with you. Medical exemptions need to be signed by a physician and turned into the office by September 13, 2021. It is our goal to keep children in school and avoid shutdowns like we experienced last year. Hopefully, together, we can get our county numbers to an acceptable range. Though this is not desired by anyone, we can make the best of a difficult situation. Let’s work together to keep the kids in school. Thank you and have a nice evening.

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