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Join in on the fun! Students can win prizes and learn real-life math skills by following maps to local businesses and answering an age appropriate math question. Visit at least five businesses to become eligible for prizes including a Tablet or Kindle Fire! Click bold heading for business map and more information.
Students recently put their scientific minds to work at the school’s annual K-6 science fair. “It’s a lot of work for students who chose to participate but they take such pride in sharing their projects with other students, staff and families,” said Science Fair Coordinator Michelle Oas. 136 students participated in the Science Fair and projects were diverse and complex, ranging from active volcano models to testing metals for rust and even creating a worm bin. Click headline to view photos from the fair.
Evergreen Forest Elementary has received a $10,000 grant from the Nisqually Indian Tribe 2013 Charitable Fund. The grant award will be used to provide supplemental reading, writing and math curriculum technology purchases, and much needed school and office supplies for students and staff. We are grateful to the Nisqually Tribe for their generous support.