Evergreen Public Schools (EPS) is giving those living within its borders a chance to comment on the condition of the buildings maintained by the school district. The survey, available at the link below, will be open until Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 5:00pm.
Save the date and join us for a visit of Evergreen Public Schools! Tours include visits to a middle school, elementary school, high school and one program at Cascadia Tech Academy (formerly known as the Clark County Skills Center).
Evergreen Public Schools is conducting voluntary radon testing at schools across the district.
The resolution affirms that the district will provide "safe, welcoming, and inclusive schools for all students without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender, identity/expression, income level, disability, national origin, or immigration/citizenship status." Read the full resolution in English, Russian, or Spanish.
The Evergreen Public Schools (EPS) board of directors voted to name Dr. John Steach as the district's next superintendent
Next year's general school calendar was approved by the board of directors and features several small changes from previous calendars.
The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction recently released statewide graduation rates for the class of 2016.
John Deeder, superintendent of Evergreen Public Schools for the last 11, will step down at the end of July.