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Red Ribbon Week is observed from October 23-31. This year the theme for Red Ribbon Week is “Drug Free Looks Like Me,” created by a 7th grader, Marin Wurst, from Solon, Ohio. Wurst created this theme because she wanted to highlight that each individual has a role in keeping “communities safe, healthy, and Drug Free.” Schools throughout the Evergreen district will be acknowledging Red Ribbon Week with giveaways, drug free pledges, and spirit days.
All grade levels will have minumum days on Tuesday & Thursday, Nov. 16 & 18. There is no school due to Conference Day on Wednesday, November 17.
At the October 14 board meeting, Aaron Brengard, Director of Safety, Child Welfare, and Attendance provided an update on ESD's COVID-19 Safety and Prevention Plan. See the video recording and presentation slides of this informative presentation.
“Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety,” the theme for this year’s Fire Prevention campaign, works to better educate people about the sounds smoke alarms make, what they mean, and how to respond...
How many absences are too many? Chronic absence is defined as 18 days a year—or just 2 days a month. Call your student's school office if you have questions about your student's attendance.
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Cadwallader parents and caregivers meet in the morning with the principal each trimester to discuss current events, school activities and concerns. Check the calendar for our next event.
A child’s success in school is best assured when the school and the home collaborate their efforts. Parent involvement in a child’s school gives the message to students that education is an important community effort. Here are just a few ways that you can get involved at Cadwallader...