1) The right to request information about the qualifications of their child's teacher to include state license status with approved subject areas, emergency/provisional status, and field of discipline along with information about qualifications for paraprofessionals who are providing services to their child. 2) When their child has been taught four or more weeks by a teacher who is not meeting applicable state licensing requirements; 3) Annual notification to parents of EL students if their child has been recommended for a language instruction program and the parent's right to opt out of the program.
Students will be charged next school year for their breakfast and lunches. Families will be encouraged to apply for free and reduced meals. (After July 1st look for information from the District) Breakfast- $2.00 & Lunch $3.20 Look for more information to be sent home.
The first public school opened on July 8, 1870 with eight pupils. Today's enrollment averages just under 3,000. Curriculum guides for each course, subject and grade level are continuously being developed and updated by a task force of teachers and administrators. Areas of emphasis are determined by the dictates of the community, students, teachers, administrators, and sound financial management.
The goals of achieving both educational excellence and a strong competitive co-curricular program of activities go hand in hand in the Evanston School Community. Evanston athletic teams are often contenders in State play-offs. During the past few years, several athletic teams have won State Championships. The Evanston School Community boasts award winning bands and choirs, drama groups, and speech and debate teams.