Evans Elementary School
This Weekly Update includes: Kindergarten Registration, 'Making American History and Honoring Black Legacies' Virtual Town Hall, a SFAHS Senior on The Voice, and more!
THANK AN INVENTOR - BLACK HISTORY MONTH: nothing says summer like a water fight. Meet Lonnie Johnson, the man that gave us the Super Soaker. Lonnie wasn’t a toy maker, he was actually an Aerospace Engineer for NASA with a resume boasting a stint with the US Air Force, work on the Galileo Jupiter probe and Mars Observer project, and more than 40 patents.
Weekly Update: Spring Musical, Spring-Ford Music Department Save the Date, Vaccine Talking Points for Parents, and more!
THANK AN INVENTOR - BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Stop! Ok, go. With only an elementary school education, Black inventor (and son of an enslaved parent), Garrett Morgan came up with several significant inventions, including the improved sewing machine and the gas mask. However, one of Morgan's most regularly used inventions was the improved traffic light. Without his innovation, drivers across the nation would be directed by a two-light system.
Weekly Update: No School reminder, vaccine talking points for parents, 2021-2022 school calendar, black history month resources, and more!
Weekly Update: no school reminders, food service updates, Black History Month resources, Calendar of Observances, and more!
Weekly Update: dashboard and procedure update, upcoming board meetings, and more.
|Evans Elementary School
125 Sunset Road, Limerick, PA 19468-1721
Jacqueline Clarke-Havrilla, Principal
Doors Open: 8:45 am
Classes: 9 AM - 3:40 PM
AM: 9-11:40 AM
PM: 1-3:40 PM
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Adult Crisis Support: 855-634-4673
Child Crisis Support: 888-435-7414