Welcome to Evans Middle School, Home of the Cougars!
A Title 1 Distinguished School
2012 GAMSP Effective Middle School Award Recipient
2014-2015 Gold STEM School
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February 16 Black History Program 9am
INCLEMENT WEATHER MAKE-UP PLAN
January 26, 2018
Following the results of a stakeholder survey regarding student instructional time lost to inclement weather, the Coweta County School System will not use make-up days scheduled over the February winter break. Instead, schools will address lost instructional time by adjusting and prioritizing instruction, including the use of digital instructional opportunities, as necessary. The school system will also delay the start of Milestones testing (grades 3-8) by three days for elementary and middle schools to allow for more student instruction before testing. High school End-of-Course assessments are already scheduled as late as possible within this year’s testing calendar. March 9 (a scheduled teacher workday) has been set aside as a potential make-up day if students miss additional days due to inclement weather in the remaining weeks of winter. After considering several options and their impacts on attendance, instruction, extracurricular schedules and transportation schedules, system officials sought public input on two options for making up lost instructional time. 9,906 parents, students and employees participated in a school system survey, held January 23-25, regarding inclement weather make-up days. 86 percent of respondents indicated that they would prefer the course of action described above. The Coweta County School System has a flexibility contract with the state called a Strategic Waiver School System (SWSS) contract. Flexibility allowed under the contract means that the system is not required by law or state board rule to make up days that are missed. Rather, it is up to the local school system to decide how to address missed instructional time.
School level winning entries for the YGA Competition
must be received by Thursday, February 15th, 4:00pm.
Please send three copies, the original piece,
and the completed 2017-2018 Entry Form with parent signature
'18-'19 Lottery Brochure
click on image:)
Current 8th Graders Students
Please take this survey for our school:)
Athletes of the Month
FoodFinderGA is a free smartphone app developed by a Georgia Public Schools graduate - it’s available on the Apple App Store or Google Play right now (search: foodfinder), or online at www.foodfinderga.org
LADY COUGARS AGAIN!!!!
On Dec. 7th, we triumphed over Madras in an overtime victory 1-0.
We are so proud!
Our Annual Spelling Bee was held on Fri., Dec. 12.
1st Place went to Crystalyn Driver and our runner-up was Rachel Mui. It was a very close competition and all participants did very well.
The winner will represent our school in the district competitionat The Nixon Center.
On Wednesday, October 18,
Evans Middle School took the CCMSAL Championship with Evans winning 26-19 in a very dramatic win. Way to Go Cougars!!!
Welcome to the 2017-2018 School Year!
Tips for making the transition quick and easy!
The Law Offices of Shane Smith is recognizing outstanding teachers who make a difference in the Fayette and Coweta communities through their commitment and dedication. Each month the winner will receive $200.00 for school supplies, a $25.00 gift card to Partner's Pizza, and will be recognized in the local media. Click on the link below and cast your vote.
Law Offices of Shane Smith Teacher of the Month Award .