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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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  • Barnes & Noble Book Fair - 12/10

    Come one, come all to the ALL Unit 5 Junior High IMCs Barnes & Noble Book Fair on Saturday, December 10th! That’s right--our four middle schools are teaming up to provide a day filled with student musical performances, picture book reading courtesy of JH students, Christmas carol karaoke (including staff Battle Royale), gift recommendations from librarians Courtney Knowles and Michelle Glatt, student artwork display, special cafe treats, free gift wrapping, teacher wish baskets, and more! And if you mention the Book Fair at check out, a percentage of your purchases that day will help bring new books into our school libraries so all of our students will benefit. Can’t make it out that day? No worries! Shop online with this voucher and our schools will still benefit:

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  • PTO Meeting Rescheduled
    November's PTO meeting has been rescheduled for Monday, December 12 at 6:30pm in the choir room.
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  • New Program for 8th Graders
    Unit 5 and Heartland Community College will be starting a program for current 8th graders that will result in these students earning their high school diploma and an Associate Degree during their four years of high school.  Eligible students should have received letters from the district office notifying families of this opportunity.  There will be an information session held at NCHS at 5:30 p.m. on December 7th as well as at Normal West High School at 6:00 p.m. on December 7th.  Please see the FAQ linked below for additional information.  Student applications are due by December 16, 2016.
    FAQ for the Computer Science Cohort/Associate Degree Program:  FAQ Computer Science Cohort
    Student Application for Computer Science Cohort:  Computer Science Student Application
    Course sequence:  Course Sequence
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  • Current 8th Grade Students and Their Parents

    Please plan on attending either the Normal Community High School or the Normal West High School Freshmen Orientation. Both high schools are holding their orientation on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 from 6:30 to approximately 8:15 pm. You will learn a variety of information about your high school including choosing classes and co-curricular activities for next year. We believe attending this orientation is a great way to start your high school career. 

    You may call the high school for questions regarding the event.
    Normal Community….....(309) 557-4401
    Normal West…………….(309) 557-4402

    If you have questions on which high school you will attend, please do the following:
    1. View the High School Boundary Map by clicking here 
    2. Contact the middle school administrative assistant in the guidance office: 557-4694 for Penny Fisher at

    We hope to see all of you on December 7th !

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  • Second Annual EJHS Career Fair

    Evans Junior High is hosting its second Career Fair on January 30th from 1:00-3:00 pm.  We are looking for members of our community who would enjoy spending the afternoon with our 6th and 7th graders to share about their career!

    If you are interested in participating in this wonderful opportunity for the students of Evans, you can print a copy of the participant form and then return to the school (2901 Morrissey Dr., Bloomington, IL 61704).  For an electronic form click here (**State Farm employees may need to open this Google Form from home).  For more information check out our website here.  If you have any questions, you can contact Jill Kintner at

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  • Trip to France

    Ready for the experience of a lifetime? Eager to go to France but don't speak the language? Fear not, Madame Overmier will lead you on a wonderful journey abroad which includes the glorious Notre Dame Cathedral! Walk where kings and queens have walked, explore the Beaches of Normandy, and so much more during Spring Break 2017 (March 24th through April 1)!
    Join us for a sign up and informational meeting at Bloomington Public Library from 5-6 pm on Tuesday October 11th in the meeting room. Bring your laptops. Our tour price is guaranteed until midnight on October 14. If you have questions or need a different time please email me at
    Parents are welcome to go on the trip. There are already several parents going, join the fun! You may read about the trip below.
    If you are ready to sign up you may do so online, all you need is a computer and a credit or debit card:  Get your passport today!
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  • Promise Council - Donations Needed
    Our outstanding teachers at Evans Junior High School work daily with our students to provide the best learning experience possible. School supplies are needed throughout the year for the various projects and assignments to support the learning.  Many times teachers purchase these supplies for students in need.  The Promise Council would like to support our teachers and students by providing the supplies currently needed in the classrooms. We appreciate your donation!
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  • Citizens Advisory Council

    The district is going to see some exciting changes with CAC this year. The group will no longer be preparing research projects for the Board and instead will become a focus group to gather feedback about the District.  The CAC will meet 6 times this school year and there will be no outside work required.  The district is hopeful this change will help encourage participation. If you believe that you'd be interested in representing EJHS on this council, please contact Mr. Chapman via email -

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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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Bird Watching  

Student Spotlight

  • Image of Abbie and Tommie

    Congratulations to Tommie and Abbie Knudsen on a successful Soccer season! Their Unified Soccer Team earned 1st place at the State Tournament this weekend in Chicago. Their team - the Silver Storm - beat Oak Park by a score of  7-4 and beat District 54 by a score of 4-2. Great job Tommie and Abbie!

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Curriculum Spotlight

  • Image of Ms. Dial's tutorial

    Eighth grade students in Ms. Dial's bilingual tutorial come in and work hard everyday to get their homework done.  Integers, journal entries, and mousetrap catapult planning are just part of what these students have taken on so far.

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Staff Spotlight

  • Image of Mrs. Glatt

    A huge congratulations to Eagle Nation school librarian Mrs. Glatt, for being named the 2016 School Librarian of the Year by the Illinois School Library Media Association (ISLMA)!

    This award recognizes outstanding service and leadership contributions to the organization and the school library profession during the previous school calendar year.


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Athletics Spotlight

  • Image of the Cross Country Team

    Eagles cross country team is soaring high with the last half of their season. Photo is of varsity and open teams at a recent meet at Parkside!

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