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  • Add photos from school-related events and activities for yearbook by using ReplayIt.
    Do you want to order a Yearbook for the 2015-16 school year?
    A letter from Josten's has been sent home detailing how to order one or you can order from the Jostens website by clicking here.
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  • Semester 1 2015 Honor Roll

    The list for Honor Roll for first semester are out!  Congrats to all the hardworking students at Evans who made the Honor Roll!  Click below to view the lists.

    High Honor Roll

    Merit Honor Roll

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  • Principal for a Day

    On January 26, 2016, Rep. Dan Brady of the 105th district, visited George L. Evans Jr. High School in Bloomington, Illinois.  Rep. Brady served as, “Principal for a Day”, spending the morning with EJHS Principal Trevor Chapman.  Time was spent in two different 7th grade social studies classrooms discussing the process behind passing laws and various other topics related to state level government.  Rep. Brady also toured the building and visited several other classrooms talking with students and staff about many of the various educational activities happening in the building.  This included time in the school cafeteria mingling with students during lunch time. 

    Rep. Brady serves the residents of Normal, portions of East Bloomington and a small portion of Livingston County.  He has been a Republican member of the House of Representatives since 2001.

    Image of Dan Brady working with students  

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  • PBIS Donations Needed

    The PTO is looking for donations of items and time to help with PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports) for the students of Evans.  If you are interested in helping please click on these links:

    Donation of Items for February

    Donation of Time

    Thank you for your support!

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  • Get Your Evans Yearbook!

    Go to to order your yearbook.  Yearbooks cost $25.00

    We will have a few extra in May, but to ensure that your child receives a yearbook, please order one now.

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    This past spring, Illinois students participated in a new state assessment, called the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) exam, in English language arts and math.  The PARCC assessment replaces other standardized tests and marks a significant change from these previous assessments.  The test lines up with the updated Illinois Learning Standards and measures students' problem-solving abilities, criticial thinking, and writing skills, which are abilities all students need to stay on track for college and careeer readiness after high school.  For more information on PARCCclick here.

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  • PTO Update

    We are short of our Unraiser goal.   Please send your donation to the school office in support of our staff and students.  Questions,  contact PTO President Laura Avery at

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  • Items Needed - Promise Council

    The Evans Promise Council needs your help for Evans families in need of toiletries and household supplies. Teachers and staff will have access to a resource room to distribute items whenever needed to students in their classrooms.

    Children at Evans may not always have the necessary toiletry items or cleaning supplies to eliminate germs in their homes.  Lack of these basic necessities can lead to increased illnesses and absences. 

    Please sign-up for as many items as you can for drop off at the Evans Jr. High School Office in a container marked Promise Council.  Gift cards from Walmart, Meier, and Target are appreciated as well and can be dropped off at the EJHS Office. 

    As always, the Caring Adults supporting Evans kids are awesome.  Thank you for your help!!  To help please click on the following link: EJHS Families In Need Sign Up

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    Image of the Vision 20/20 Unit 5 has been involved with Vision 20/20, which is a student‐centered vision for the future of education in Illinois. It focuses on four policy priorities: highly effective educators, 21st century learning, shared accountability, and equitable and adequate funding. To learn more about Vision 20/20, CLICK HERE.

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    • Don't forget to keep sending in those boxtops!  We have a box to deposit them in our main office.

      Please check out the Box Tops website to find out about eBoxTops we can earn when you shop online.  Stores like Kohl's and Land's End participate.  Check it out!  There are also coupons for items like cereal and Kleenex.  Please send in your Box Tops!  Thank you! 

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Bird Watching  

Student Spotlight

Curriculum Spotlight

  • Image of students using the IMC's makerspace

    Wednesday, November 18 was the Grand Opening of the IMC’s Makerspace! Students from Mrs. Springwood’s tutorial class explored electronics with littleBits, built with LEGOs, made loom bracelets, and tuned into their artistic skills. The idea of a makerspace is to give students the materials, freedom, and encouragement to think, create, explore, and grow. Our makerspace was partially funded by a Beyond the Books grant and also features many recyclable materials (egg cartons, paper towel rolls, etc.) and leftover craft supplies.  Way to go Mrs. Glatt for writing the grant and creating the Evans' Makerspace!

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Staff Spotlight

  • Image of Vandegraft kids

    This past summer Evans had a bit of a baby boom - with 5 babies being born from June to August!  One of those babies was born to our team 7B Social Studies teacher Mrs. Vandegraft and her family.  They welcomed a baby girl, Micah, in July.  Pictured above are Micah and her big brother Jonah.

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  • Image of the Kintner Family

    The last baby born this summer was to our Art and Digital Media teacher Mrs. Kintner.  She and her husband welcomed a boy, Callan, in August. 

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Athletics Spotlight

  • Image of the girls basketball team

    Way to go on a great season Girls Basketball!  Both 7th and 8th Grade have wrapped up their schedules.  Our 8th grade team also made it to sectionals!  Thanks for making Eagles Nation proud!

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