Evening Street Back to School News

2021 - 2022 Back to School Information

Principal Message

The staff and I are thrilled to welcome the children back to school August 18th. Just as you, so is our district leadership monitoring the latest COVID information. As new information becomes available, you will be informed. After the 2020 - 21 school year, we certainly proved we are definitely stronger together! Class lists will be emailed to parents August 12, 2021; staff compiled the classes taking into account gifted clusters, student learning needs and social emotional needs.

Below is pertinent school information:

Open House - Meet the Teacher August 16th 4:30-6:30 p.m. PTA is hosting the KONA Ice truck as a fundraiser. Cups are $3, $4, $5, and $6; 15% of all proceeds will go back to PTA.

First Day of School - Wednesday, August 18th

Daily School Start Time: 8:20 a.m.

Dismissal - 2:50 p.m.

AM Kindergarten: 8:20 - 11:00 a.m.

Kindergarten Staggered Start - kindergarten teachers will let parents know which half of the class arrives on which day.

August 18 - Half of class

August 19 - Half of class

August 20 - All Kindergarten Students

Curriculum Night, Tuesday, August 24th

5:30 p.m. Grades 1 & 3, Kindergarten

6:15 p.m. Grade 2

6:30 p.m. Grades 4 & 5


Sunday, September 19th


October 11th

February 7th


Pre-ordered school supplies through the PTA sponsored supply sale will be delivered to your child's classroom and be available for Open House, August 16th.

School Fees

Parents are asked to pay fees for student workbooks and other consumables in the various curricular areas. These include materials and supplies for reading/language arts, art, science, handwriting, music and math. Fees are non-refundable.

The fee schedule for consumable materials at the elementary level is:

  • Kindergarten $24
  • Grades 1 - 3 $42
  • Grades 4 - 5 $36
  • Fees for students enrolling during the second semester will be adjusted to one half the scheduled rate.
  • Fees can be paid through MyPaymentsPlus or by check made out to Evening Street and given to Mrs. Given in the main school office at the beginning of the school year.
  • Any student not participating in free or reduced-price lunch programs is expected to pay student fees.
  • Any student approved for the free lunch program will pay no fees (with a signed waiver form).
  • Any student approved for the reduced-price lunch program will pay half of the assessed fee (with a signed waiver form).

Updating Your Family's Information Via the Worthington Schools Website

Every year Worthington School District parents must update their child’s emergency data in order to provide the school with accurate contact information. Please complete this task before the start of school, August 18, 2021 so that in the event of an emergency the first day of school, we will be able to contact you.

To review and update your child’s information go to the District website at www.worthington.k12.oh.us

  1. Click on “PORTAL LOGIN” under Find It Fast in the middle of the home page.

  2. Enter your Username and Password. If you do not know your Username and Password please call the school office at 614-450-4400

  3. Click the “WORTHINGTON PORTAL” icon

  4. Login to the Worthington Portal

  5. Click the “EMERGENCY DATA REVIEW” icon

  6. Click each link to View/Verify/Change data

  7. When complete, click submit

Important Information to Review:

  • Household Information – Home Address and Custody Note: you cannot change your address in the system. You will be given a link to the Change of Address form and asked to contact the Welcome Center at 614-450-6112. Nor can you change custody information. For a change in custody you will need to complete the Custody Affidavit found under the Welcome Center tab on the Worthington District website.

  • Parent Information – Cell and work phone; email address; and notification preferences (note that both the school and district use email as a primary notification to parents on a regular basis so there should be at least one email used for emergencies, high priority and general basis)

  • Health Services Information - It is important that we have working telephone numbers for two Emergency Contact persons as well as parent(s). We will use the Emergency Contacts if we are unable to reach a parent when a student is missing from class. We also appreciate the name and phone number of your child’s Primary Care Provider; Preferred Dentist; M.D. Specialist (if applicable); Preferred Hospital and if you consent or are refusing to consent to medical treatment for your child in an emergency. All Medical or Mental Health Conditions should be listed as well as any medications (both prescription and over the counter) taken by your child on a regular or emergency basis.

  • Release Agreements - Two of the three Release Agreement statements should be completed with either a “yes” or “no” indicator. The Permission for Release of Directory Information has been expanded to give parents more options. Please review the Permission Release of Directory Information carefully. If you indicate the last option to deny requests for student information, you must also submit your request in writing to the school within two weeks from choosing this option.

School Lunch Order Information

Worthington Schools will continue to provide School Meals at No Charge to students for the 2021 school year. We will continue to be NUT FREE during the 2021-22 school year.

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Ripcho Studio will be at Evening Street August 31, 2021 to take students' pictures. Pre-ordered 2020 - 21 yearbooks will be available in September.

Evening Street 2021-22 PTA Board

The Evening Street PTA Board:

President: Michelle Rinehart (president@eveningstreetpta.org)

Vice President: Michael Piche (vp@eveningstreetpta.org)

Secretary: Dianne Jones (secretary@eveningstreetpta.org)

Treasurer 1: Angie Wooster(treasurer1@eveningstreetpta.org)

Treasurer 2: Lori McKirnan (treasurer2@eveningstreetpta.org)

Past President: Emily Brown

Transportation Information

Evening Street first time bus riders are invited to to the Worthington Education Center, 200 E. Wilson Bridge Rd. in Worthington on Saturday, August 7th from 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. to learn about riding a bus! This event is held to help ease any worry or anxiety about bus riding.

Parents may log in to the transportation website AFTER August 9th to locate child's pick up and drop off times. Click here to Search for Bus Routes

2021-22 Evening Street Staff

See below new members of the Evening Street staff. There are a couple of name changes due to summer weddings! Miss Isbell is now Mrs. Graham and Miss Thomas is now Mrs. Holt.

Click here for a full staff list.

Cub Scout Pool Party Sunday, August 8th All Are Welcome!

Cub Scout Pack 333 is gearing up to start the 2021-2022 school year and already have a great calendar of events planned! With campouts, the Pinewood Derby, and community service projects scheduled, there is something for every family. Boys AND girls from K-5 are welcome.

We are so excited to once again host a Pool Party! The Pool Party will be Sunday August 8 from 1-3 pm at the Worthington Pool shelter and there we'll have more information and a calendar of events for the year. Feel free to invite any friends or families who may be interested in joining the pack by forwarding them the RSVP link. To RSVP for the Pool Party, follow this link: