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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 2014-15 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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  •  Evans Logotype

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    Unit 5 is considering a change to its current practice for high school academic recognition. The proposal is to eliminate class rank and replace the valedictorian and salutatorian distinction with other levels of recognition, beginning with the Class of 2018 (current freshman). We believe this change will encourage more students to take courses aligned to future interest and will result in many more high achieving students being recognized at commencement. To view a power point on the topic, CLICK HERE . Everyone is also invited to share feedback by email, .

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  • Evans Quarter Craze
    Our Evans Cross Country team is holding a "Quarter Craze" event to raise money for new uniforms on May 6th, starting at 5:30.  For more information on what a Quarter Craze is, click here.  For a pre-sale form click here.
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  • Eagles Expo
    Attention incoming 6th Graders to Evans!  On August 8 from 9-11:15 am, we have a wonderful opportunity for our incoming 6th graders to get more comfortable with our building and staff - it's the Eagles Expo.  Students can sign up for different events that interest them by clicking here.

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  • Last Day of School Set

    May 28, 2015 is the Last Day of School
    Dismissal times:
    Elementary  - 11:45 a.m.
    Jr. High  - 10:45 a.m.
    High School  - 10:15 a.m.
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  • Parents of Incoming 6th Graders:

    Please see this PDF for an agenda of activities that will take place at the 6th grade orientation on April 15th at 6:00 pm.  A welcome message will begin in the gymnasium for everyone in attendance.  5th graders from our feeder elementary schools will be receiving a similar handout to bring home if they haven’t already.  Hope to see you there!

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  • IMPORTANT: Bring your Own Device (BYOD) Information 

    In preparation for the "Bring Your Own Device" technology option for the 2015-2016 school year, the district has announced that they would like to pilot this option beginning after spring break of this school year.  Please see this letter (PDF) from the district that explains the pilot option!
    As the district plans for 6th - 12th grade implementation of BYOD, they need to gather information as to whether or not families intend on sending their child to school with a machine of their own, or renting one from the district for $100.  Therefore, please look for a letter that your child should have brought home from school last Friday that will ask parents/guardians to sign and return if you wish to have the district provide a device for your student to rent next year.  Your student can bring that form in to the main office to drop it off if you choose to sign the form for this option.  As the letter will indicate, we are looking to have those forms returned prior to spring break.  Remember, parents are only signing the form and returning it to school if they are interested in renting a device for $100 from the district - similar to what families did this year.  If no letter is received, then no device will be purchased by the district for you to rent for next school year.    An extra copy of this form is located HERE. 
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  • Dr. Daniels Listening Tour Summary

    Thank you again to everyone who participated in the Listening Tour last fall. Click here is an executive summary of the responses. We will take this information and use it for district-wide strategic planning.
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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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  • 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: Evans Families In Need

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Box Tops

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

    Please check out the BoxTops website to find out about eBoxTops we can earn when you shop on line. Stores like Kohl’s and Land’s End participate. Check it out! There are also coupons for items like cereal and Kleenex on the site more savings for you and more BoxTops for Evans. Send in your BoxTops!
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Student Spotlight

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    6th Grade student Nishant Bhamidipati was recently awarded a $1,000 college scholarship through the Carson Scholarship Fund.  This award recognizes outstanding academic achievements and humanitarianism for students in grades 4-11.  Scholarship winners receive the honor of being named “Carson Scholars” and are awarded an Olympic sized medal and a trophy for their school to celebrate their accomplishments.  Only about 500 of these were awarded across the nation.  Congratulations to Nishant!"
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Curriculum Spotlight

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    Sixth grade students put their knowledge of forces and motion to the test in Egg Car Races 2015.  Designs had to survive traveling down a ramp and crashing into a brick wall, all the while protecting the raw egg it was carrying. Engineering was put to the test as they designed, tested, and rebuilt before the big race day!
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Staff Spotlight

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    Thanks to Kathy Berberich for coordinating the presentation on “Race-Positive Dispositions and Action in Schools” by Dr. April Mustian & Dr. Brian Horn from Illinois State. Over 20 staff members attended!!
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Athletics Spotlight

  • Eagle wrestlers competed in the IESA Sectional Tournament two weekends placing fifth out of 17 teams. Wrestlers advancing to the State Finals  are Gabe Rivera, Jacob Fuss,  Jaden Robinson, Zach Stolz  and Josh Heier.  Last weekend they attended state a few of the qualifiers placed in the top 10.  Way to go Evans Wrestlers for a great season!

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