"Teens in Everett fight back against substance abuse" by Sarah Dasilva '19

Looking for a good club to join this year? Teens in Everett Against Substance Abuse, aka TEASA, is the club for you.
  TEASA is a community-based youth club for students who attend schools in Everett and want to make a difference within the community. The club focuses on issues regarding the effects of substance abuse. TEASA encourages the youth of our community to use their voices to fight against the effects and dangers of alcohol and substance abuse.

"Crimson Tide Football Wins State Title" By Sadiq Shiek ‘17


  The Crimson Tide Football team capped off their storytale season with a victory against one of their biggest division rivals, Xaverian. The game was a rematch of the 2014 final where Everett came up on the losing side. The Crimson Tide had not won a title since 2012 and had come up short several times over the past few years.

  The story was different this time, though, as Everett walked away with a 21-7 victory against Xaverian on a cold, windy day at Manning Field in Lynn.

“Bon Appetit! 25 Years Later, Chef Makredes and the Culinary Arts Program Continues to Impress and Inspire” By Janelle Christopher ‘18

Every time you walk into the culinary arts department, you can expect to see busy students preparing meals for upcoming Kiwanis or Rotary Club luncheons, or simply sharpening their cooking skills.

  The culinary department serves many functions in their dining room, which is called the Crimson Cafe. Culinary also provides food for many other occasions, including the EHS Scholarship Awards, The E Awards, and sports teams’ special events.

Chamber Chatter - Paris Street Gallery

Chamber Chatter has returned! And in this latest episode, host Carol Churchill, visits Paris Street Gallery - an art studio located at 101 Paris Street in Everett, MA. It's a sophisticated, creative and artsy environment that invites anyone and everyone to the gallery for shows, entertainment, sheer interest and so much more. Check out this exciting interview and learn more about what Paris Street Gallery has to offer in our City!

Carol Churchill

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"The bipartisan legislation the House passed today creates a safety net and a new standard in acute care settings designed to ensure the proper assessment and discharge of patients who seek voluntary treatment," said Representative Liz Malia (D-Jamaica Plain), Chair of the Joint Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse. "It builds off of our efforts from last session that effective October 1, 2015 required insurers to cover up to 14 days of medical detox and step-down services by also guaranteeing insurance coverage of the substance abuse evaluation.


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