Everett School District’s Henry M. Jackson High School relies on 17 portable classrooms to serve a student population of 2,200 students at its Mill Creek campus. To address expected growth it would have to add 13 more portables by 2023, oro balance growth throughout the district, with some students moved south to Cascade High School and Everett High School (Kevin Clark / Herald file photo)

Everett School District’s Henry M. Jackson High School relies on 17 portable classrooms to serve a student population of 2,200 students at its Mill Creek campus. To address expected growth it would have to add 13 more portables by 2023, oro balance growth throughout the district, with some students moved south to Cascade High School and Everett High School (Kevin Clark / Herald file photo)

Editorial: Weigh in on Everett high schools’ boundaries

Until a fourth high school is built, the district needs to rebalance its high school enrollments.

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