From Everett Public Schools
An Everett High School (EHS) manager and a veteran of the City of Everett’s Recreation Department has been named the head coach of the Crimson Tide boys basketball team.
Gerard Boyce has been hired by EHS to continue the Crimson Tide’s long track record of success on the hoops court. An Everett resident, Boyce has coached basketball at the youth, high school, and AAU levels. He succeeds Stanley Chamblain.
Boyce serves as Student Engagement Manager at EHS, a pivotal role in the school’s overall safety and social-emotional protocols. Specifically, he works under the direction of the Principal and Vice Principals to support student success, engagement, safety and wellness throughout school hallways, cafeteria and other non-classroom spaces during the school day. He also is responsible for oversight of the Student Success Coaches and non-classroom and extracurricular areas throughout EHS.
Boyce currently serves as a part-time youth coordinator for the City of Everett. Previously, he held the position of Assistant Recreation Director, a role in which he developed, marketed, implemented, coordinated, and supervised recreation and enrichment activities and events for Everett youth and families.
Please join the EPS in congratulating Coach Boyce on his appointment!