Everett

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Everett High School

Grades 9-12   Visual Performing Arts Focus / Comprehensive

 


 

Visit Everett New Tech's website for more info about the New Tech Program!

 



The SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE FORMS have been distributed to designated students through their 7th period teachers.  If your student receives the SS FORM, please refer to directions below on how to complete IN PENCIL and return to the school as soon as possible.

PDF DocumentHOW TO COMPLETE SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE FORM

STUDENT INFORMATION PACKETS
Packets containing IMPORTANT FORMS for review, update and signature were distributed to ALL students on Friday, September 7, 2018
PDF DocumentLIST OF CONTENTS


(SCHOOL PICTURE ID: LM418026Y0 )

External LinkORDER PHOTOS ONLINE!!       

PDF DocumentVolunteer Application

PDF Document18-19 Everett High School Enrollment Procedure
PDF Document18-19 Everett High School Enrollment Form
PDF Document18-19 Request for Education Records
PDF Document18-19 Transportation Request Form
 

PDF DocumentCOUNSELING NEWS
 

HOMECOMING is OCTOBER 5, 2018

 


 

Attendance Office: 755-4566

ONLY 7th and 8th GRADE require parent CALL in for excused absences.
9th, 10th, 11th and 12th - no call needed -parental excuse NOTE required.

CALLING EVERETT and WANT TO GO DIRECTLY to the OFFICE you need to do business with? CALL 755-1080 and select from the MENU below:

Option #1 – Counseling Area (Select Counselor from menu)
Option #2 – Absence Reporting for 7/8th grades
Option #4 – Athletic Director
Option #5 – Registrar (Records Clerk)
Option #6 – Main Office
Option #7 – Mr. Gill (10th-11th grade Assistant Principal)
Option #8 – Ms. Ellis (New Tech 7th-12th grade Assistant Principal)
Option #9 – Mr. Foster (9th grade Assistant Principal)

Important Info for all Parents/Guardians


PDF DocumentSchool Year Calendar 18-19
PDF DocumentEVERETT/ENTH STAFF DIRECTORY
PDF DocumentEverett 9-12 Enrollment Form 18-19
Daily Class Time Schedule TBA for 18-19
Everett Staff Phone/Email Directory TBA for 18-19
PDF DocumentYEARBOOK ORDERING INFORMATION
External Link] New-Tech High Application 18-19
External Link In-District Transfer Process Timeline
PDF DocumentParentVue Information
PDF Document 7-8 New Tech Absence Info
PDF DocumentFood Delivery Rules
PDF DocumentStudent Release / Prohibited Deliveries
PDF DocumentHow To Report / Excuse An Absence & Release Or Contact Your Student.
PDF DocumentYearbook Information

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Upcoming Events

  • 25 Sep
    • PCAC Meeting (Parent Community Advisory Council)
      Sep 25
      6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
      Pattengill Biotechnical 815 North Fairview Avenue Lansing, MI 48912
      Free
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      September 25: Location – Pattengill. Bond update and tour of Pattengill. Welcome by Janice Marchal and bond update/tour with Barry Roney.

      Free dinner and childcare will be provided.

  • 26 Sep
  • 3 Oct
  • 5 Oct
  • 10 Oct

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EVERETT NEWSMAKERS

Everett Student-Artists at the BROAD! A Sound Mural for Flint - 1/21/17 - 4/23/17 The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum invites Chicago-based artist Jan Tichy to participate in the MSU Federal Credit Union Artist Studio Series this fall. Tichy has become increasingly well-known for his large-scale, community-based initiatives that respond directly to local, contemporary issues. For this residency, Tichy has been invited to address the Flint water crisis, which came to the forefront of regional and national consciousness in 2014 after the Flint water supply was switched to the Flint River—the results of which led to high-levels of contamination and health problems for many residents. Still today, the crisis remains a daily reality for many affected citizens who no longer have direct access to clean, safe water. While many initiatives have been launched in response to the crisis, Tichy and the museum join together in a shared belief in the power of art to offer more nuanced and poetic ways of coming to terms with the situation in Flint. Tichy will work closely with nearly eighty high school students from Carman-Ainsworth High School (Flint) and Everett High School (Lansing), convening joint workshops to explore how different forms of creative expression can be used to communicate ideas and messages, while also touching on themes of social and restorative justice. Through these engagements, the group will develop content for the exhibition to be on view at the museum this winter, in the hopes of providing greater visibility to the Flint water crisis through the amplification of voices previously unheard. Beyond Streaming: A Sound Mural for Flint is organized by the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University as part of the MSU Federal Credit Union Artist Studio Series, which invites artists to interact with the community through site-specific installations presented alongside educational encounters that offer insight into artists’ creative processes. Beyond Streaming is curated by Steven L. Bridges, Assistant Curator, with assistance from Meghan Zanskas, Manager of Education. Support is provided by MSU Federal Credit Union and MSU Infrastructure, Planning, and Facilities. More...
2017 MLK Contest Winners at EVERETT!! MLK, Jr. Commission Scholarship and Essay Contest The Greater Lansing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission is pleased to announce their 2017 High School Scholarship Contest and Essay Contest Winners. All Greater Lansing Area 6th-8th and 9th-11th graders were welcome to enter. First place ($500), second ($350) and third place ($150). A total of $17,500 in awards was available to graduating seniors of the Greater Lansing area pursuing higher education. The Commission awarded TWO (2) $5,000 with one of those being awarded to an Everett High School senior and THREE (3) $2,500 scholarships of which ALL of them were awarded to seniors at Everett! CONGRATULATIONS to the following recipients from EVERETT NEW TECH and EVERETT HIGH SCHOOL Daylen Suarez - 12th grade - $2,500 SCHOLARSHIP Nohamys Gatorno - 12th grade - $2,500 SCHOLARSHIP Dan Muzembe - 12th grade - $2,500 SCHOLARSHIP ESSAY WINNERS were: 1st place - Jacob Todd - 8th grade - Everett New Tech in the 6th to 8th grade category and 2nd place - Sarina Christian - 9th grade - Everett High School in the 9th to 11th grade category. We are very proud of our VIKINGS! Congratulations!!
Everett New Tech High Named National Magnet School of Distinction by Magnet Schools of America March 4, 2016 Everett New Tech High has been named a National Magnet School of Distinction by Magnet Schools of America, the national association for magnet and theme-based schools. Our mission and vision: Our approach to education and learning is centered on project-based learning in integrated classes, the smart use of technology to aid in exploration and performance, and the development of a school culture that promotes trust, respect, and responsibility. As part of the New Tech Network (NTN), Everett New Tech High (ENTH) is centered on a systemic holistic change that is driven by: culture that empowers, teaching that engages, and technology that enables. We will, in all endeavors aligned with Common Core and Michigan grade level standards, focus on student and adult growth: in knowledge, critical thinking, written and oral communications skills, collaboration, and individual agency, ownership and responsibility. Using relevant technology as a tool, agreed upon protocols and norms, students and teachers will strive for a growth mindset in all aspects of school. Presentation of Distinction Award: Susan Cheadle-Holt will be recognized and receive a National Magnet School of Distinction Merit Award on behalf of the school during an awards ceremony held at Magnet Schools of America’s 34th National Conference hosted by Miami-Dade County Public Schools in Miami, Florida May 3-7, 2016. To receive a national merit award, members of Magnet Schools of America must submit a detailed application that is scored by a panel of educators. These schools are judged and scored on their demonstrated ability to raise student academic achievement, promote racial and socioeconomic diversity, provide integrated curricula and instruction, and create strong family and community partnerships that enhance the school’s magnet theme. The Executive Director of Magnet Schools of America, Todd Mann and President, Doreen Marvin will present the award on Thursday, May 5, 2016. To learn more about the national merit awards program, please visit www.magnet.edu

Title IX - Sex Discrimination/Gender Equity/Sexual Harassment

What is Title IX?

Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any District program, service or activity including, but not limited to: educational programs or activities, e.g., extracurricular activities, student services, academic counseling, discipline, classroom assignment, grading, athletics, transportation, etc.

Unlawful Discriminatory Practices Under Title IX

Sexual Harassment (unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature)

Sexual Misconduct/Violence (rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, sexual exploitation and other forms of non-consensual sexual activity)

Stalking (repeatedly following, harassing, threatening or intimidating including by telephone, mail, electronic communication or social media)

Retaliation (adverse academic or other actions against anyone reporting or participating in an investigation of Title IX allegations)

PDF DocumentSexual Misconduct Policy
 

Reporting Prohibited Behavior

Members of the school district community who believe that a Title IX violation may have occurred, should discuss their concerns and/or file a complaint with the District’s Title IX coordinator.

Dr. Mark Coscarella
Deputy Superintendent
Mark.coscarella@lansingschools.net
(517) 755-2946

You may also report any form of sexual misconduct to the Public Safety Department:

Ms. Cordelia Black
Director of Public Safety
Cordelia.black@lansingschools.net
(517) 755-2030