Announcements


Monday, 11/12 

Soccer vs. Madras Middle School

Michelangelo's Art Club

Academic Bowl practice

Tuesday, 11/13

ETS (7th Grade-1st Period/6th Grade-3rd Period/8th Grade-5th Period)

Help a Child Smile 

School Council Meeting

Wednesday, 11/14

FCA 8:00

Thursday, 11/15

Progress Reports Issued

Soccer vs. Arnall Middle School       

Paws for a Cause 6pm

National Parent Involvement Day

Friday, 11/16

6th grade Kickball Tournament

 

Upcoming Dates for Next Week

 

Thanksgiving Break 11/19 - 11/23

 

 

Important Links

 

Family's Guide to Georgia's CCRPI

 

2018-19 Supply List

 

Evans Middle School Dress Code

 

2018 Coweta County Schools Student Accident Insurance Forms

 

Free and Reduced Lunch Information

 

Free and Reduced Lunch Information (Spanish)

 

Free and Reduced Lunch Application

 


Title I Upcoming Meetings and Dates
November 15, 2018 - PAWS for a Cause Community Awareness Night 6:00pm
January 24, 2018 - Math/Science Game Night 6:00pm
March 28, 2018 - GMAS Showcase Day Parent Workshop (all day)

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Counselors
Our school counselors are:
Zelda Hines, 6th Grade and Team 7-O
Mattie Brady, 8th Grade and Team 7-P

The Evans Middle School Counseling Program is comprehensive and developmental in nature. It is designed to be an integral part of the school's overall educational plan and it is designed to serve all Evans students at various levels. Our counseling program emphasizes personal growth with an overall direction toward helping students learn more effectively. Our counselors work with students, teachers, parents, administrators and community resources to meet the needs of our students, individually and collectively.

The Evans Counseling Department may work with students for the following reasons:
  • students requesting to see the counselor
  • students with learning difficulties
  • students having difficulty with relationships
  • students demonstrating observable changes in behavior that cannot be accounted for by the teacher
  • students who are constantly late or absent from school or struggling with their work
  • students who are fearful or nervous
  • students who seem to seek only negative attention
  • students who exhibit excessive aggressive behavior
  • students who have experienced a death in the family or the death of a close friend
  • students experiencing divorce or separation in the family
  • students entering a new or special learning class
  • parents requesting that a son or daughter receive support from a counselor.
  • The following situations make it necessary for an immediate referral to the counselors:

  • suspected or reported child abuse or neglect, physical or mental abuse
  • a student cries or gets sick daily
  • a student becomes unable to function in normal ways
  • a behavior change in a student that is unusual or sudden
  • a student undergoing a traumatic family situation
  • actions that indicate mounting hostility between student and a teacher or his/her peer group.
  • Evans Middle School counselors also work hard to help schedule and attend team conferences, support and oversee the Student Support Team (SST) process, develop and implement classroom guidance lessons, supervise students, sponsor clubs and activities, and coordinate our testing program.