Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below school district races on your ballot.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES for Everett schools and students

  • No matter what you look like or where you were born, we all believe every child deserves a quality education that prepares them for a rapidly-changing world.

    The board of the Everett School District is looking to renew the community's commitment to great schools with Proposition No. 2. If approved, this would replace the expiring educational programs and operations levy, which funds all sports and extracurriculars, as well as transportation, special education, substitute teachers, early childhood education, and more. At a rate of $2.20 per $1,000 in assessed value in 2023, which drops to $2.14 by 2024, these continued benefits would cost the owner of a median $612,000 home about $1,346 in 2023.

    Everett voters have overwhelmingly approved these education levies in the past because we know that strong communities start with strong schools. Vote YES on Proposition No. 1 to give Everett students the best start at successful, healthy futures.

    No matter what you look like or where you were born, we all believe every child deserves a quality education that prepares them for a rapidly-changing world.

    The board of the Everett School District is looking to renew the community's commitment to great schools with Proposition No. 2. If approved, this would replace the expiring educational programs and operations levy, which funds all sports and extracurriculars, as well as transportation, special education, substitute teachers, early childhood education, and more. At a rate of $2.20 per $1,000 in assessed value in 2023, which drops to $2.14 by 2024, these continued benefits would cost the owner of a median $612,000 home about $1,346 in 2023.

    Everett voters have overwhelmingly approved these education levies in the past because we know that strong communities start with strong schools. Vote YES on Proposition No. 1 to give Everett students the best start at successful, healthy futures.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES for modern schools and technology

  • The board of Everett Public Schools has introduced Proposition No. 2 to renew the expiring 2016 Capital Projects Fund levy. This aims to maintain the 1:1 device program, which ensures that all students have access to essential technology, as well as upgrading and replacing buildings to meet seismic and acessibility standards, upgrading air filtration systems, and more. The levy would start at $1.18 per $1,000 in assessed home value in 2023 and increase to $1.75 by 2028. The owner of a median $550,000 house could expect to pay $649 in 2023 to support Everett schools.

    The pandemic has demonstrated the importance ensuring access to technology and safe, modern buildings for all children. Vote YES on Proposition No. 2 to continue investing in our students' futures.

    The board of Everett Public Schools has introduced Proposition No. 2 to renew the expiring 2016 Capital Projects Fund levy. This aims to maintain the 1:1 device program, which ensures that all students have access to essential technology, as well as upgrading and replacing buildings to meet seismic and acessibility standards, upgrading air filtration systems, and more. The levy would start at $1.18 per $1,000 in assessed home value in 2023 and increase to $1.75 by 2028. The owner of a median $550,000 house could expect to pay $649 in 2023 to support Everett schools.

    The pandemic has demonstrated the importance ensuring access to technology and safe, modern buildings for all children. Vote YES on Proposition No. 2 to continue investing in our students' futures.