Thanks for Your donations!
Our heartfelt thanks to the individuals, organizations and businesses who supported this year's school supply drive. The school supply drive is completely supported by donations and because of your generosity, more than 300 students were able to get a successful start to the school year.
Thank you to the following organizations and businesses who donated this year:
Evergreen Early Learning Partners
Evergreen Public Schools would like to recognize the following early learning professionals as EVERGREEN EARLY LEARNING PARTNERS for the 2010-11 school year.
This recognition is awarded to early learning childcare and education professionals who regularly participate in Evergreen's Early Learning Professional Development classes and collaborate with Evergreen Public Schools in helping our youngest learners prepare for and transition into Kindergarten.
For more information about Evergreen's Early Learning Professional Development or Partnership program, please contact Gaelynn Mills, 360-604-3940.
At Home At School (AHAS) - A Great Partner
Evergreen Public Schools has been pleased to partner with the AHAS program since 2003. AHAS provides services to homeless students and students in transition in Evergreen and adjoining districts.
AHAS is coordinated through the Department of Education at Washington State University Vancouver under the direction of Dr. Susan Finley. AHAS offers a summer program for over 300 students, currently based at Silver Star Elementary School, as well as a number of school year programs.
If you wish additional information about AHAS you can contact the program office at 360-546-9363, or contact Dr. Susan Finley directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Community Partnerships:
Evergreen Public Schools is proud to be supported by a community of businesses that embraces and values education. Though the district does not currently accept paid advertising, there are multiple opportunities for community partnerships and support for each of our schools.
Please note that the district cannot partner with programs that conflict with programs and classes already offered by our Community Education department. Also, as our first priority is education, the district does not accept distribution of fliers and/or advertising distribution for businesses to our students and families. Please click HERE to see our flier distribution guidelines.
Businesses and organizations that are interested in partnering with the district and/or individual schools are welcome to contact Community Relations at: 604.4088 or email@example.com.