Happy Monday EMS!
On Thursday we wrapped up the end of Quarter 3 with an assembly including a game (Students Vs. Staff) and a presenter. Mr. Bob Holms came to Evergreen to present his One Many Volleyball presentation, in which he talks about demonstrating respect and kindness to others. We greatly appreciate his time for coming to speak to our students.
We want to ask for your assistance with our Evergreen’s Parent Club Fund innovative technology by dropping off items for auction baskets that will be auctioned off at our EMS Talent Show on Tuesday, April 23rd. We are looking for gift certificates to restaurants, movie tickets and other entertainment options. The theme of most baskets will do with “Family Entertainment” however, goods and service donations are also available. The last day to submit an item will be Tuesday April 22nd.
Here is your weekly EMS events update:
Interested in helping support the innovative technology in our EMS classrooms? For the next week you can have your contribution doubled on DonorsChoose.org! That means a 50 dollar donation turns into $100 for our classroom! Mr. Kottkey and Mr. Fishback have projects posted! Visit http://www.donorschoose.org/mrfishback to donate to Mr. Fishback’s class or http://www.donorschoose.org/mrkottkey to donate to Mr. Kottkey’s class.
Google Apps Parent Permission Form
Hillsboro School District is excited to utilize Google apps for Education for its staff and students. Google apps for Education are free, web-based word-processing, calendar, presentation, drawing, forms and other spreadsheet programs. Students can begin something at school and finish at home. It’s also accessible on any PC/Mac computer and even Mobile devices. For further details contact the main office. We will be sending some permission forms by the next week, please be on the lookout for those.
EMS Annual Talent Show
Evergreens Annual Talent show is Coming April 23rd. Join us as we celebrate our students many talents. From 6-7pm you will be able to see student projects from Art and Shop as well as support PBIS by purchasing food items. At 6:20pm we will start our Staff vs. Student Basketball game in the large gym with a half time show that is still TBD. Promptly at 7:00pm we will begin our talent show in the commons. If your student has art or a digital creation that we can display please have them submit them to Ms. Bywater in room 42 by April 4th.
Ms Bader’s Field Trip on April 18th
Ms. Bader will take her classroom to Tualatin Hills Nature Park from 9am-1pm
SOAR Social on Friday April 18th
Students will attend the event at 1:50pm. Students who are not going will have study hall time. If you are picking up your students please call the Main Office in the morning to make any arrangements for pick-up later.
The Festival will be held at Brown middle School in the large Gym. Brown Middle School Choir Students need to arrive and meet in the large gym at 5:00pm. Evergreen Middle School Students need to arrive at and meet in the large gym at 5:15pm. The doors will open for general seating at 6:40pm and the concert will begin at 7:00pm.
We hope to see you all there! Any questions please contact Mrs. Babcock at firstname.lastname@example.org
EMS is starting a cooking club. Classes will be each Monday starting April 28th at 3:30 in room 36. You will learn to make pancakes, taco’s, fried rice, smoothies, cookies and more. Only the first 20 students to sign up can join so get your form in the main office and sign up today. Cost is $10 and forms are due by April 21st.
Picture day number 2 is coming! On Wednesday April 30th you will be able to get a 2nd picture taken. See how much you have changed in just a few months, information flyers for order will be sent home in the upcoming week. Any questions please call the Main Office.
Students and Staff-You may help Evergreen's Parent Club Fund by dropping off items in the Main Office for auction baskets that will be auctioned off at our EMS Talent Show on Thursday, April 10th.
We are looking for gift certificates to restaurants, movie tickets and other entertainment options. The theme of the most baskets will be "Family Entertainment" however, goods and service donations are also welcome. The last day to submit an item will be Thursday, March 20th.
Future leaders of EMS, your Leadership applications are due to Ms. Liddell THIS FRIDAY! Drop them by room 46 after school, during lunch or between classes. Students will not be considered for Leadership if their application is not received by Friday. Thanks!
The SOAR smash is this Friday. We will have dancing, basketball, indoor soccer, Karaoke, Bingo, the movie Frozen, an open computer lab and a quiet room. For further details please contact the Main office.
We are still running against brown to see who raised the most money for the Thirst Project. The coin drive and button sales are still happening. We will be competing until May 2nd. Help EMS beat Brown Middle School and raise enough money to build a freshwater well for a village in Africa. You can donate today through our coin drive by putting money in the Water jugs at lunch or in the Main Office.
This year’s Talent show will be held Thursday, April 10th in the evening. Start preparing your talents today! We are looking for all kinds of talent: Singers, dancers, jugglers, magic, gymnastics, comedians, musicians,contorionist and more. We will even have a place to display other artistic talents so feel free to submit your drawings, sculptures, graphic arts and more. Sign-ups will be on March 17th to the 20th and auditions will be on April 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Remember we are tracking your MobyMax minutes, and we are expecting you to have at least 240 minutes by May 29. If you need help getting into MobyMax, please see Mrs. Grant or Mr. Kottkey ASAP.
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Any questions please call the office at 503.844.1400 and ask for Ms.Harris.
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Hey Eagles, there will be an art show during the talent show, so even if you aren't in art, you can submit your artwork! Just contact Ms. Bywater in room 42 to drop it off! There will also be a student vs. teacher basketball game before the talent show, signups will be mid-march.
Yearbooks are still available. You can purchase one during both lunches in the commons. The cost for a yearbook is $25.00.