Upcoming School Events
Parent Workshop Series
Not MY Kid: Preventing Substance Use with Kriya Lendzion, NCC, NCSC, LPC, LCAS
Part 2: Parenting for Prevention
Tuesday, December 4 | 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Register Here | Snacks & Childcare Provided
Use is getting younger and younger, nationally and in Buncombe County. Kids are getting increased exposure to drug references and pro-use messages from media and music and usually before they are getting accurate info from parents. Find out what characteristics place adolescents at risk for early and problematic substance use, and what you can do to boost protective factors, and help them navigate healthily through temptations and pressures to use. We will discuss how to maintain ongoing impactful conversations and guidelines around drugs and alcohol, and how to respond gracefully and effectively if they use anyways.
Program for Advanced Learners (PAL) Info Session
Tuesday, September 25 | 5:30 - 6:30 pm | Ms. Theresa's Classroom
No RSVP Needed
Join Cameron Brantley & Fynn Crooks for an overview of Evergreen's Academically or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) program, PAL. We will share the philosophy guiding the program, the identification process, available services, and much more including time for Q & A.
K-8 Math Phobia Prevention Night
Tuesday, October 2 | 6:00 - 8:00 pm | Green Man Brewery (Mansion)
Upstairs Event Space | Adults Only
Interested in gaining a better understanding of how math is taught at Evergreen? During this workshop, teachers and staff will get your math brains going so you can help your students at home. By the end of the evening we will raise our pint glasses to never again saying, "I'm not good at math." A special thank you to Green Man Brewery for helping us out with this workshop!
Racial Equity Training with Marisol Jimenez and Craig White | Free
Friday, 9/28 - 8:30 am - 4:00 pm | Saturday, 9/29 - 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Evergreen Art Room | Open to Board Members, Faculty/Staff, and Evergreen Parents
Childcare provided | Lunch (Friday) and snacks provided
This training will provide us with some shared language and frameworks for discussing equity. We will explore strategies for advancing racial equity, including considering what next steps would support us in developing and implementing a racial equity action plan.