Support for Evergreen Teachers and Schools!
The EEEF is supported by parents, school district officials, teachers, and local businesses. Funds will be utilized for the most critical educational requirements: this year’s funding goal is to keep school libraries open four days a week: $696K total.
Electronic-waste drive! See the fundraisers page for details.
|Evergreen Solutions LLC raised significant funds for the EEEF during their e-waste drive on Saturday, January 26, 2013.|
The 2012 Fall Read-a-Thon
|Students did a great job reading books for this event! Thank you for contributing to our Read-a-thon Bookfair at Barnes & Noble, Thursday, Nov. 29th, 2012.|
|New Leaf Community Market and EEEF Community Day, on Saturday, August 18, 2012 was a success, thanks to kids and parents.|
|EEEF president Mark Mao presented a check for $100,000 to the Evergreen School District at their Board Meeting, April 19, 2012 at Norwood Creek Elementary School.|
|Councilmember Rose Herrera nominated EEEF as District 8’s Community Honoree. EEEF former president Julie Kaiser was handed this award by Mayor Chuck Reed at the State of City Address on February 17th, 2011.||For more information about the district, please visit the
Evergreen Teachers’ Association
Evergreen School District websites.
We can be proud of these ESD accomplishments. Please help us continue to give our students the best.
- “Congratulations to the staff, student and parent communities of Carolyn Clark, Evergreen, Laurelwood, and Silver Oak Elementary Schools! They are Evergreen’s 2012 California Distinguished School recipients and have worked really hard to articulate and showcase the signature practices that have made a difference at their schools. Well done!” – Kathy Gomez, superintendent of Evergreen Elementary School District, on receiving official notification on March 28, 2012.
- In spite of six years of budget cuts, the district is still improving API scores. To see them, please follow this link to the 2011-12 Accountability Progress Reporting (APR) page of the CA Dept. of Education, Evergreen School District, and page down.
- The district has a number of National Blue Ribbon School Awards.
Check out the latest EEEF fundraisers. The on-line shopping page features books, learning toys, and other items related to children’s welfare and education. Local business owners, please see business promotions for important and generous giving options.
Evergreen Elementary Education Foundation (EEEF ) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community organization established in 2010 to raise funds for the Evergreen School District. The Evergreen School District includes eighteen public schools (fifteen elementary and three middle schools), with just over 10,471 students.