This issue includes: Kids Corner opportunity, Living Classroom update, spring learning tips, student of the month awards and more!
All are welcome to continue in the transformation of Evergreen's outdoor classroom, The Living Classroom. Please gather with the Friends of the Living Classroom by joining a work day April 27th-29th and May 11th-12th, 9:30-3:00. Short shifts are welcome! BYOT (Bring your own tools) Have a volunteer group, we'd welcome them too! To purchase materials, plants or trees check out our website evergreenpto.com/living-classroom/ Questions, please contact Jennifer Killman 509-499-3475 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out what is new with PBIS. See photos of our expectations and read all about our current incentive programs. We love to catch kids being good!
Join us on Friday, March 23, 2018 from 5:30 - 8:00 at this Fun Family Event!
Bingo is free and EVERY BINGO wins a book!
Pizza, chips, and water, will be available for purchase, while supplies last. Everybody in attendance is entered into a free door prize drawing!
Tickets for basket Raffles are now on sale at the school office during regular office hours or at the door. Baskets are on display in the main hallway.
All proceeds help support your PTO!
Don't forget to write your first and last name and your phone number on the back of the ticket. You need not be present to win!
RSVP Here for STEM Night by clicking the headline above.
In partnership with Whitworth University, we'll host STEM Night on Monday evening, March 12. We'll begin with a free spaghetti dinner at 5:30-6:30. We'll feature STEM-related breakouts and displays beginning at 5:30. Radical Rick from Extreme Science will be to school as will the birds of prey form the West Valley Outdoor Learning Center. Mrs. Greenman will lead a breakout session called "Seven Minutes of Terror."
And then our friends at Whitworth will have close to 20 STEM-type displays for viewing from 6:30-7:30.
Community partners such as Avista, Waste to Energy, the Spokane Aquifer, and others will also be at school enticing kids in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
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