Everitt Family Newsletter

~ For Everitt Families: April 7, 2023 ~

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Dear Everitt Families:

I'm so proud of our students for the way they showed up for CMAS! Below are a few photos of recess and some fun activities that we did each day before testing. We are working to complete makeups in the next few weeks for both ELA and math. Next Tuesday, our amazing 8th graders will do the CMAS science tests. We know they will rock it, too!

On May 12th, we will be having a day-long wellness day. We are looking for people who can help provide sessions for our students that relate to all components of wellness: physical, emotional, financial/futures, and community. If you can help, we'd love to hear from you! Please give me a call or send me an email.

Our first equity and culture task force meeting will be next Thursday from 2:45-4:00 in the library. If you've committed to the task force, we will see you then! If you'd like to join us, please reach out.

Thank you for supporting and believing in your neighborhood school. It is our privilege to partner with you!


Amanda Pouliot, Principal

Everitt Middle School




CMAS Recess Time

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Fun Activity Before CMAS Testing

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What's Happening Next?

Tues 4/11 ~ 8th Grade Science CMAS & CoAlt testing

Wed 4/12 ~ PTA/SAC Meeting 6:30/7:30 pm (rescheduled)

Wed 4/12 ~ PTA Cane's Fundraiser 4:00-8:00 pm

Thurs 4/13 ~ Late start for students 8:59 am

Thurs 4/20 ~ Late start for students 8:59 am

Fri 4/21 ~ Sea Camp Hat Day $1

Fri 4/21 ~ Musical Theatre Festival @ WRHS

Thurs 4/27 ~ Day Without Hate

Thurs 4/27 ~ 7th Grade Dance Through the Ages 4:00-6:00 pm


Mon 5/1 ~ PTA/SAC Meeting 6:30/7:30 pm (rescheduled)

Thurs 5/4 ~ District Late Start 9:21 am

Tues 5/9 ~ 8th Grade Battle of the Books 6:00-7:30 pm

Everitt Happenings...

Reading Time at Stevens

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2022-2023 Bell Schedule

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Check out the April issue of the student-written Monthly Scoop below:





Our focus is on building lasting connections between families, getting to know our student’s teachers, and creating opportunities to come together as a community, valuing our diversity and celebrating our differences.

Our next PTA/SAC will be on Wednesday April 12th at 6:30 pm in the Everitt Library (and on Zoom). (And the final PTA meeting of the school year will be MONDAY May 1st - please mark your calendars accordingly.)

WE NEED YOUR EXPERTISE & CONNECTIONS: Everitt is hosting a Wellness Day in on May 12th focusing on Wellbeing (including Physical, Emotional, Financial, and Social/Community). The school is looking to bring in presenters and activities throughout the day. Are you an expert or specialist in one of these areas or do you know anyone who might be interested in participating? Examples are dance, yoga, martial arts, cooking, nutrition, budgeting, volunteer activities, etc.! Please email everittpta@gmail.com and we will be in touch with more details!

Would you like to serve on our PTA Board? We are currently accepting nominations for our Board for the 2023/2024 school year. Positions include: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer. If you are interested in learning more or want to nominate someone, please contact: Alexis Haws @ alexishawspt@gmail.com; 206-351-6361. Submit your nominations by: April 12th, 2023. Voting will take place on the 12th with elections determined by Friday, April 14th.

DON’T FORGET - eat at Raising Cane’s at 38th and Wadsworth on Wednesday, April 12th between 4pm and 8pm and mention Everitt PTA for a portion of the proceeds to be donated back to us! (Also tell your friends and neighbors!)

Check out our PTA page for reminders, important dates and meeting minutes: https://everitt.jeffcopublicschools.org/family_resources/p_t_a , and join our FaceBook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/everittpta .

We are always open to new ideas on how to bring our great Everitt community together and look forward to learning from each other. Please feel free to send any questions or suggestions to the PTA at EverittPTA@gmail.com or to me directly at dan.b.weinstein@gmail.com or 720-291-1435.

Thank you,


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CLICK HERE! To Join our Everitt PTA Facebook Page

Connection and up-to-date information available here for all Everitt Families and Staff.

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This week during our elective and intervention classes, our current 6th and 7th grade students have been given an opportunity to select electives that they would like to have for next school year. If you would like to view the form, make changes to your student's selection, or if your student was absent, the form can be found on the Counseling page of the Everitt website or at the link below. Please contact your student's school counselor if you have any questions.


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7th Grade Dance

Hello 7th Grade Parents,

We are looking for help with snacks and beverages as well as chaperones for the upcoming 7th grade dance. The Student Council is working hard planning the "Through the Ages" dance. Please sign up to either supply a treat or chaperone (or if you would like you could sign up for both). Please feel free to contact me with any questions

Thank you so much!


Mike O'Connor

Everitt Middle School Math


Clubs & Activities

Students are always welcome to join a club already in session! If your child is interested in a particular club that isn't being offered, have them reach out to a teacher or staff member to ask them if they would be willing to sponsor it. Most of our clubs are born of student interest.

Here are the clubs and their meeting days:

After School Help - Mondays & Thursdays 2:30-3:00 pm

Chess Club - Mondays 2:30-3:30 pm

Cross Country - Mondays 2:45-4:15 pm

Fitness Club - Tuesday & Thursdays 2:40-3:30 pm. We have a limit of 20 so please let Mr. Gold or Mr. Black know that you will be attending.

GSA - Mondays 2:30-3:30 pm

Junior Optimist Club - Mondays 2:35-3:30 pm

Mountain Bike Club - Fridays 2:30-3:30 (weather permitting)

Native Student Group - Tuesdays 2:30-3:30 pm

Theatre Guild - Thursdays 2:30-4:00 pm


Myles E. - I am so impressed with the hard work Myles has demonstrated in ukulele class. He has worked especially hard in the last few classes to achieve his next level of ukulele skills! In addition to this, Myles can brighten one's day with his thoughtful words and smile. He always asks how I am doing and seems to genuinely care for others. Myles, thank you for working hard and brightening my day!

Brandon W. - Brandon came into class not believing he could play an instrument. Throughout the semester however, he has really shown a willingness to play, as well as, demonstrated some impressive skills. He is in fact a musician! I always appreciate his willingness to do the right thing and rise to the occasion!

Alyster B. - Alyster is a remarkable musician who asks higher level questions. He does this to become a better musician and critical thinker. His sense for music is impressive and I have truly enjoyed having him in ukulele to lead in music theory discussions.

Vuk B. - Vuk has the best spirit and heart! Even when it isn't his scene in the musical, he is practicing the parts and leading everyone by his example. He takes his work seriously and it shows in everything he does. I am so grateful to have him as a lead in the musical because he demonstrates what hard work looks like. Vuk, you are an absolute joy to see everyday!

Phoenix M. - Phoenix took a brave risk in leading the class in warmups. Her leadership guides others to do the right thing and she seems to make everyone smile in the process. I am so grateful for her genuine concern for me as her teacher, and I am grateful to have her as an amazing addition to this group. Thank you for the smiles, laughter and making my heart full with your kindness and thoughtfulness.

Gracie N. - Gracie is always on task, always brave enough to share her ideas and answers. I am beyond grateful for her consistent leadership in choir. It means so much that you are always doing the right thing and not only showing up, but having the integrity to always do what is right.

Ash P. - Ash is always a positive spirit in musical theater. Today he really proved his leadership when I asked him to fix an important scene for his group. The group came back with the incredible force and "stole the scene" with their amazing choreography and singing!

Eli W. - Eli did an amazing job fixing a scene that is very important in our musical. Eli went with the group during rehearsal, stayed focused, and came back to blow us away their amazing dance scene. Way to step up!

McKinley H. - McKinley always works hard in class and demonstrates a willingness to do what is right. Along with her scene partners, McKinley delivered a choreography scene that will certainly impress our audience when we perform for the public!

Mollie W. - Mollie is pure joy. She comes to advanced choir, ready to work hard. Her ideas and feedback for our group is very thoughtful and higher level thinking! I feel incredibly lucky to have Mollie as a student, as she pushes everyone to think to the next level!

Olin W. - Olin has one of the hardest roles in our musical. He is always on it however, and does so with positivity, humor, and kindness. He is here to learn and grow and deliver an amazing musical production! Olin shines on stage and is going to truly impress our audience with this performance.

Everitt Middle School

With foundations of equity and excellence, Everitt empowers and inspires our students as individuals, lifelong learners, and creative critical thinkers to engage in authentic learning and contribute meaningfully to their communities and their world.