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Evans Elementary School

Important Dates:

Oct 20 & 25: Parent Evening Conferences (see below)

Oct 26, 27, 28: No 4K/EC Classes

Oct 27: NO SCHOOL- Parent Day Conferences (see below)

Oct 28: NO SCHOOL- Staff Development

Parent/Teacher Conferences:
Thursday, October 20 3:30-7:30
Tuesday, October 25 3:30-7:30
Thursday, October 27 8:00-12:00

Conference sign up is completed through Skyward Family Access.  If you do not know your log in information, please contact the Evans secretary:
Cassie Kawleski

Si tiene preguntas sobre la inscripción, envíe un correo electrónico a Cassie at [email protected] 

Evans Elementary School

Evans Elementary School
Home of the "Evans Eagles"
140 S. Peters Ave
Phone: (920) 929-2828
Fax:     (920) 929-7060

Interim Principal: Nick Shultis  (Email)
Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA): Lisa Lapin (email)
Secretary: Cassie Kawleski (email)
THE SCHOOL: Evans Elementary School is a small neighborhood school made up of approximately 300 students, ranging in age from 4-11 (4K-5th grade). Nearly all students walk, bike or are driven to and from Evans each day. Over 50 teachers, specialists, instructional assistants, secretarial and food service staff members interact with Evans students on a daily basis to support their learning! Evans is lucky to have a very active and giving Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) and a strong, supportive relationship with Burke Playgrounds, Inc., their Fond du Lac Community Partner in Education.
ITS STORY: Evans Elementary School was built in 1955 and received a large addition to its original building in 1972. Evans is a SAGE school so there are three sections of kindergarten, first grade, and second grade; making the student-to-teacher ratio strong. Grades 3-5 have two sections of students per grade level. 
OUR MISSION: Our Evans Elementary School Community will build caring relationships to teach, inspire and enrich our students' learning. Effective collaboration that is based on trust, respect and support of each other will ensure that our high academic and behavior expectations are met, generating success for all. 
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Students have the opportunity to participate in many clubs, activities, and sports which include:
  • ACADEMICS: Spelling Bee, LEGO Robotics
  • FINE ARTS: Chorus, band, and orchestra, Evans Explosion Bucket Drumming
  • ATHLETICS: Volleyball, basketball, kickball, wrestling, Girls on the Run, Ski Club
  • LIFE SKILLS: Student Council, Safety Patrol, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts