April 1, 2014
Bullying is a serious issue that every school in the nation faces. The Evergreen School District Board of Trustees and employees, recognize the harmful effects of bullying on learning and attendance in school. As a result, we strive to provide safe school environments, protecting students from both the physical and emotional harm of bullying.
In order to assist in the effort to prevent bullying, the Board of Trustees approved a resolution in recognition of cyber-bullying awareness week at a regular board meeting in September of 2013. The District 3-year strategic plan goals, established in August of 2013, acknowledge the need for accessible communication and support systems in regards to bullying.
It is important to note this problem does not only occur at school. Bullying is a larger, community-wide issue and therefore, students, parents, and educators all have a role in addressing these situations and in changing school culture. Bullying is also affected by what happens in the home, neighborhood, and when students use online technology. Clearly we need to work together in order to take action whenever it occurs. This includes when a child is the victim, is bullying others or is a witness of bullying.
Forms are now available for students and parents to file a written or electronic report of these occurrences. Your child’s site administrator will investigate these reports. You can file these reports electronically at eesd.org or you may also download the form, if more convenient. Finally, bullying reporting forms are available in your child’s school office and at the Evergreen School District Office.
Please assist us in this effort to ensure a safe and nurturing school environment. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions, concerns or if you need assistance.
We are happy to announce that signups are now open for the green heroes environmental club at our school! The purpose of the club is to give children the opportunity to work with the environment and to make a difference in the world.
Wednesdays from 8:00AM to 8:30AM
(Planned start date April 30, 2014)
What are we going to do?
We will help your child work on some fun environmental projects!
SIGN UP YOUR CHILD AT:
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Do you know about YMCA's after school program at Carolyn Clark School? They provide:
- On - campus
- Homework Completion
- Volunteer tutors
- Structured indoor/outdoor physical activity
- Themed monthly enrichment
- Nutritional snack provided daily
- Accessible computers for AR Testing and homework assignments
- Monthly clubs (i.e. Gardening Club, Science Club, Moving Making Club)
- Special vendors (i.e. Lego Robotics, Sports UJAM)
TK - 6th grade
Open from 11:30 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
For more information, please go to our website:
(408) 223-4596 (11:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.)