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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
My Stop is a web-based application available to all Unit 5 parents to access live bus GPS information using a smartphone, tablet or computer and securely view the current location of their child’s bus on routes. The system also provides the school bus’s estimated time of arrival at your child’s bus stop. For directions, CLICK HERE.
Shoe Dress Code Reminder
Just a reminder that shoes with wheels are prohibited in our school per the middle school handbook (p.27). If your student owns a pair of these shoes, please have him or her either remove the wheels from the shoes or have different shoes inside our building. Thanks for helping keep our students and staff safe!
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 - email@example.com.
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.
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.
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.