Everett Public Schools will soon begin issuing public works cards to students and staff.
The cards will be valid for up to two years and include the required social security number.
The school district says it’s “actively” looking for a new card.
The new cards will cost $25 and are available at the following locations: 1) The Library of Congress, Washington, DC; 2) The Everett Public Library, Everett, WA; 3) The Community Learning Center, Everett; and 4) The Alumni Club, Everett.
It’s not clear when the cards will go on sale, but they are expected to go on-sale this fall.
For now, the cards are only available in the district’s two branches, but the district says they will be able to expand to other locations as needed.
This is the latest in a series of steps to address a public works backlog.
Last year, the district started issuing public work cards for staff to help pay for the library’s operations.
That led to a backlog of nearly 4,000 overdue library cards.
The district says the new cards are a step in the right direction.
“Our current backlog of public works items is in line with the state’s national standard for overdue public works collections,” district spokesperson Amy Miller said in a statement.
“The cards will allow us to reduce our public works collection backlog and allow us more time to complete necessary renovations and improvements.”
While it’s a small number of overdue cards, it’s still a significant number of public work items that could be missed.
The backlog also makes it harder for students to access libraries.
The Everett public school system’s social security numbers are among the most sought-after in the nation, according to a recent report by the National Association of School Administrators.
As a result, many students don’t know their parents’ Social Security numbers or that their parent’s Social Security number was lost when their parents died.
According to the report, more than a quarter of students in the US have parents who do not have Social Security cards.
A student who does have Social Service cards can apply for a card through the district, but only students with Social Security are eligible.
Miller says the goal of the cards is to make it easier for students and parents to get them.
“We’re not going to give out a card with a name like ‘Pizza Hut,'” she said.
“But students will know that their name is on it, they can get their card, and they can use it.”
The new public works card will be available to all students.
It will also be valid at the library, the Alumni House, the Community Learning Centers, the Student Health Center, and the Student Recreation Center.
Students with the new card will have to pay $25 for it.
It may be worth the cost to students to apply to the library if they’re considering attending an on-campus school, Miller said.
It might also be worth it to students who are currently enrolled in a school that doesn’t have a public library.
It will be up to the district and library to determine how many of the overdue library items are being handled by the library system.”
It’s the same as having a card in their account at the bank.”
It will be up to the district and library to determine how many of the overdue library items are being handled by the library system.