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Thank you to everyone that attended our Back to School BBQ and Back to School Night. We loved meeting new families and seeing familiar faces.
Our school year is off to a great start! Our students have been learning routines and expectations in the classroom and school community.
We had our Walk-a-thon Kick off assembly on Friday. Mr. Cutler did a great job getting our students motivated to raise money for our school.
Our new Media Center is almost finished! Our librarian and IT department are working hard to get all the pieces in place. We should be ready to open the computer lab later next week and will be looking for volunteers to help with the setup of the library side. It's beautiful!
Next week will be HOT! Please try to send your child with a water bottle that includes their name. We are making plans for indoor activities at lunchtime.
We have many exciting updates in this edition including outdoor education, afterschool program offerings in music and movement, the income verification survey, and attendance awareness.
Next Wednesday (9/7) is our District Kickoff Event for Outdoor Education at Sally Tomatoes. You don't want to miss it!
Remember there is NO SCHOOL on MONDAY (9/5). Enjoy the three-day weekend!
Maya Nava, Principal
HELP EVERGREEN REACH OUR 100% GOAL!
Our goal is 100% participation. We are currently at 42% participation.
If for any reason you are reluctant to complete the survey, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The information submitted on this form is a confidential educational record and is therefore protected by all relevant federal and state privacy laws that pertain to educational records.
ADA (Average Daily Attendance): The percent of enrolled students who attend school each day. It is used to allocate funding in a normal school year.
Truancy = Students who are missing school without permission. This refers to having 3 unexcused absences in California.
Chronically Absent: Students who are missing so much school they are academically at risk. Broadly means missing 10% of school for any reason - excused, unexcused, suspended, etc. Chronic absenteeism is a required reporting metric in ESSA and shown on each school’s dashboard.
PICTURE DAY(s) THIS WEEK THURSDAY (9/8) AND FRIDAY (9/9)
Here is the schedule:
Thursday, September 8th:
Friday, September 9th
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
- Move Over Mozart: Piano lessons
- Study Buddies
- Girls on the Run
We are hoping to be able to schedule more as the year continues. See the flyer for Move over Mozart below. We will add fliers as sign ups start for the other programs
Safe Routes to School
We will have our first Walk and Roll to school day in October. Teachers will be tallying who walks and rolls to school this month to get our baseline data.
Our 4th graders will participate in a BIKE RODEO on October 20th.
We will post the monthly challenges in our SRTS corner every month.
Calling All Volunteers!
If you would like to volunteer at Evergreen including in your child's classroom or on field trips you will need to Register to Volunteer
If you registered last year, which means you cleared fingerprinting, You are good to go and your'e cleared for this year!
Welcome back Bobcat Families!! We are so excited to get back to normal and have a regular school year again. We can’t wait for all the fun events that the PTA puts on to get rolling. Our first event, the welcome back BBQ was a great success, we are so glad you could come and meet those in our Evergreen Community all while enjoying family fun.
Family Fun Nights are a monthly event put on by the PTA that is meant to be a free activity that you can enjoy with your family and friends.
Our next family fun night is Outdoor Movie Night on September 30th, @7:00pm.
The PTA is able to afford these events and help pay for other school needs by doing only one fundraiser, the Walk-A-Thon which will be held on September 23rd.
We hope you will consider joining the PTA, there is no obligation to attend meetings or to participate in activities but it does give you a vote when those things that do matter to you come up, our first meeting will be September 15th @6:30pm. We can’t wait to meet all of you that are new to the Evergreen community and those families that joined us during Covid and didn’t get to see an average school year.
Erin Ballard, President
Box Tops and Amazon Smile Information
September 5th- No School
September 2nd- Walk-a-Thon Kickoff Assembly
September 8th and 9th- Picture Day
September 15th- PTA Meeting 6:30-7:30
September 23rd- Walk-a-Thon
September 30th: Family Fun Night- Movie Night
October 14th- Make Up Picture Day
October 20th- 4th grade Bike Rodeo
October 20th- PTA Meeting 6:30-7:30 pm
October 24th- No School
October 31st- Halloween Parade
November 9th- Trimester 1 ends
November 11th- No School
November 21-25th- Fall Break, No School
December 2nd- Trimester 1 Report Cards Go Home
December 19th-January 3rd- Winter Break
January 4th- School Resumes
January 16th- No School
January 17th- No School
January 19th- PTA Meeting
Feb 6th-8th- 5th grade Outdoor Ed
February 13th - No School
February 16th- PTAMeeting 6:30-7:30pm
February 20th- No School
March 3rd- Trimester 2 Ends
March 20th-24th Spring Break
March 27th- Trimester 2 report cards go home
April 21st- Emergency Day #1
May 26th- Emergency Day #2
May 29th- No School
June 7th - Last Day of School, 5th grade Promotion, Minimum Day, Trimester 3 Report Cards Go Home
We are excited to continue our work with Restorative Practices!
As we continue to refine our restorative approaches, you may hear your child talking about classroom circles and using affective language. We are hopeful that these Restorative Practices will continue to increase quality communication and a sense of belonging, as well as building relationships with others in the school community based on trust, respect, and authenticity. We plan to offer parent nights this year to provide more information about Restorative Practices, so stay tuned for those!
We will have a dedicated "Family Corner" section in the Evergreen Express. In this section, we will post a "Question/Topic of the Month" to inspire restorative conversations with your families. A great place to have restorative conversations is around the dinner table.
August Question of the Month: "What are the qualities that make you a good friend?"
Paid Ways to Help at Evergreen
We are still in need of 1-2 more people to help at lunchtime. We have a large campus and over 550 students. The more adult support we have at lunchtime the better equipped we are to support students with play/social skills and conflict resolution.
Days and Times: M, W, Th, F 11:30-1:30.
Pay: 15$ per hour
To apply, please call 707-588-5715 or email email@example.com and let us know your availability.
We are in need of crossing guards to help with the three crosswalks near campus. Hours are 8:00-8:20 and 2:55-3:15. Crossing guards are crucial to the safety of our students walking and rolling to school. To apply, please call 707-588-5715 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions about these positions please email email@example.com or call 707-588-5715.