Once a month the Parent Club will set up a restaurant night at a local establishment and send you a flyer through the school's weekly e-mail infoems. Bring the flyer to the restaurant any time on the fundraiser date and present it when paying for your order. This effort will raise money to fund more Chromebooks and other classroom needs:

Fall Restaurant Nights: 

Take the Family out or use the drive-thru on your way home. Give flyers to co-workers, family and friends. We receive a percentage of the total for every order, ALL DAY, when the flyer is submitted at payment. 


7th & 8th Grade

Tuesday, November 4th - 7:30 to 9pm @GHS

Thursday, November 6th- 7:30 to 9pm @GHS

Required Parent Registration & Parent Meeting during tryouts on Tuesday

For questions: e-mail GlencoeTideBasketball@gmail.com


Need help with those math problems? Need a quiet place to work but also have access to a computer? Then Math Club is for you! Sessions are being held on Tuesdays & Thursdays after school in room 29 with Mr. LeRoy. Pick up a registration form in the Main Office or print this form out and turn it in. NO FEE. If you need transportation, make sure you fill out an after school transportation form also found in the Main Office. 



High School and Middle School chess clubs in the Portland metropolitan area should check out the Portland Area League (A OSCF Qualifier).  The League has been operating for over 20 years providing local clubs with the opportunity to compete against other schools.   Team chess is different than playing in a regular chess tournament in that it takes a team effort to win the match.  Each match consists of five boards with your team’s best player on board #1, your second best on board #2, and so.  The winner of the match is the team that scores three or more points.  If both teams score 2 ½ points the match is drawn.

The League runs from November to February each school year with matches played at 4 PM on Wednesday’s when Lincoln High School is open.  Last year the League had 20 teams and played 12 rounds. 

Teams are typically composed of players in grades 6th to 12th from the same school or one of its feeder schools.  For example a student in the 6th grade at West Sylvan Middle school can play on the Lincoln High School team.

Teams are not limited to the number of players that they can have.  Clubs that have many players are encouraged to field additional teams.  It is also important for teams to have some reserve players as it is a long season and no one really wants to win or lose a board by forfeit.  To keep your reserve players sharp and ready to step in when needed we also encourage teams to bring their reserve players to each match so they can be paired against reserves from other teams.  Team Registration ends October 27, 2014.

What if you don’t have a team?  You still can join! 

If your home schooled or in middle school you may be eligible to be on an existing team, if you reside within their attendance area.  What if the local schools are not part of the League?  You will then be placed on an “At-Large Team” or existing team depending on where you live and the needs of teams in the league.   Individual registration ends on October 27, 2014.

The following schools had participants in the 2013-2014 season:

Access Academy (a Middle School); Athey Middle School, Catlin Gable School, Clackamas High School; Cleveland High School; Grant High School; H.B. Lee Middle School, Hayhurst, Jesuit High School;  Lake Oswego High School; La Salle College Prep; Lincoln High School; Pacific Crest; Portland Jewish Academy, Portland Lutheran, Riverdale High School, Robert Gray Middle School, ST. Johns Fisher; West Sylvan Middle School;  Wilson High School, and Valley Catholic.

For more information you can call Ed Addis at (503) 658-7809 or by e-mail at chessalot@aol.com. VIEW FLYER HERE


A National Patriotic writing competition open to 6th-8th grade students. To enter the competition a student writes a short, 300-400 word essay expressing their interpretation of the assigned patriotic theme. You have the opportunity to compete and win the grand prize of $5,000 with other prizes along along way! See the flyer the pamphlet for more information. 


Help our students ASPIRE to great heights!

ASPIRE is a state-sponsored in-school mentoring program that we are bringing to Evergreen and we are looking for Parent Volunteers. The commitment would be once a month for about 45 minutes. Volunteers will be going over predetermined material with small groups of 8th grade students in order to facilitate their development of skills necessary for the transition to high school and beyond! If you are interested please contact Katie Castillo, AmeriCorps Member and ASPIRE Coordinator, by emailing castilka@hsd.k12.or.us or calling 503-844-1900 ext. 3554. Thank you for all you do for our students!


Students who need StudentVue are to speak with Ms. Morales in the Main Office. Please come before school or during your lunch. Do not come directly after-school to set this up, unless you have made an appointment. 

We don't want you to miss the bus :) 

Further questions, please call or email me


Chicas Youth Development Program will start this Wednesday October 22nd in the choir room. Please bring your application during the first session if you haven't turned it in yet.


The Hillsboro School District Student Services Presents Parent Partnership Evenings for Parents and Students. For additional information or questions please call Gayle Jourdan at 503-844-1441

Child Care is available; please call 503-844-1558 to register your children.


Volunteers Needed!!!

Jackson School Fall Fest
Where: Jackson Elementary School Gym
When: Friday October 24th from 6pm-8pm.
Here is the link for volunteers to sign-up:
Please sign up as a Youth Helper, for either shift #1 or #2! Sign up with a friend and work a booth together. 

THE ZONE-Enrichment Program

The Zone Enrichment Program provides opportunities for students to enjoy a wide variety of specialty courses to choose from. The structure of this program gives students multiple options and exposes them to a greater diversity of offerings and experiences. Each program day, five classes are offered with selections varying depending on school site. Classes are held on Mondays and Wednesdays. Look for school specific selections in November!

Homework Club


Session Dates


Registration Deadline

Session I

Tues., Thurs.

Oct.21 – Jan. 27



Session II

Tues., Thurs.

Feb. 24 – May 21





This is the link you will use to access 

ParentVue https://myvue.hsd.k12.or.us

Any questions please call the office at 503.844.1400 and ask for Ms.Harris.





OCTOBER  (monthly view...)      

     03    Fun'd Run Event  

     09    Early Release Day  

     24    Picture Re-takes  

     28    Fundraiser at Panda Express  

NOVEMBER  (monthly view...)      

     07    Parent Club Mtg.  

     07    End of Qrt. 1  

     10    NO SCHOOL  

     11    NO SCHOOL  


     27    NO SCHOOL  


DECEMBER  (monthly view...)      

     05    Parent Club Mtg.  

     22-31    Winter Break-NO SCHOOL  

Evergreen students who earn a spot on our Quarterly & Semester Honor Roll lists should be very proud of their accomplishments.  To earn a spot on the list at Evergreen, students must earn at least a GPA of 3.0 (to earn a spot on the Honor Roll list in high school, students must earn at least a 3.5 GPA).   Way to go, Eagles!    Note:  because Evergreen offers 9-week elective classes, it is necessary to calculate both Quarter and Semester honor roll lists.  Please check both lists, as a student may be on one list but not the other based on computer calculations.

7th Grade (Q3)


8th Grade (Q3)


Click here to learn more about the academic & activity enrichment options we offer our students at Evergreen.  For more information about a specific activity, please contact the main office.

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