Jayven Nation (center) and Milson Lain follow Pat Jameson’s lead during the Wednesday drum club at Challenger Elementary in Everett. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Jayven Nation (center) and Milson Lain follow Pat Jameson’s lead during the Wednesday drum club at Challenger Elementary in Everett. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Permission to be loud: Drum club is a hit with kids

An elementary gym teacher with donated drums knows how to channel all that fidgety energy.

You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in Local News

Tough decisions: Everett School Board weighs boundary changes

The district has heard from concerned families as it tries to address overcrowded high schools.

Mayor Cassie Franklin pushes off her first ride Friday morning during a launch event for an e-scooter pilot program. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
My first Everett e-scooter ride: Not as daunting as I feared

A hundred rentable battery-powered scooters have begun dotting — and darting around — Everett streets.

Free luge sessions draw young daredevils to Camano Island

Children 9-13 years old learned luge sledding — on wheels, for now — with the help of Team USA.

‘She is all we have’: Kids try to ‘hide their mother’s addiction’

A Lake Stevens woman was arrested after allegedly using drugs in an SUV with her kids, ages 3 to 15.

South County Fire commissioner Richard Schrock, 74, dies

Schrock played key roles in merging fire- and police-related agencies. “He left an imprint.”

E.J. Silva, 57, foreground, and Clinton Jones, 69, both of Marysville, relax in lawn chairs and enjoy a little fishing Wednesday at the South Lake of Gissberg Twin Lakes county park, which is open year-round to all legal anglers. A $5 parking fee will be required there June 15 through Labor Day. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
$5 parking fee coming to Gissberg, Twin Rivers county parks

“Clean, safe and open” is the goal, but anglers and other visitors are unhappy about the new cost.

Aerospace program helped Tulalip teen break out of his shell

Gio Bryan wants to work at Boeing. First, he’s graduating from an alternative high school in Tulalip.

After year of debate, Everett has new high school boundaries

Boardmembers unanimously approved the changes, which take effect in 2020, starting with freshmen.

Emotions ran high Monday night as Don and Jan Jensen presented Joseph Hofman with a lovingly adorned lei and the Brett Akio Jensen Scholarship for $10,000. The Rotary Club of Everett presented more than $227,000 in scholarships to college-bound seniors.. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Everett Rotary’s gift to scholars: nearly a quarter-million

“We saw something special,” the club president tells high school seniors at annual scholarship event.

Most Read