• Parent Letter

    Posted by Nikita Russell on 4/29/2022 10:00:00 AM

    April 29, 2022

     

    Dear EISD Parents,

     

    The end of school is fast approaching! Parents, we will continue to solicit your support to ensure a positive finish to the end of the school year. Our students are excited about the summer break approaching; however, please support us as we continue to motivate students to stay engaged and focused. Over the next few weeks,  students will take the STAAR and EOC assessments. Please make sure that your child gets plenty of rest the night before testing and eat a good breakfast the day of testing. Our staff and students have worked hard preparing for the STAAR/EOC assessments, and I know that our students will do their very best! Please see the assessment schedule below:

     

    • Tuesday, May 3, 2022 - EOC Algebra l,
    • Wednesday, May 4, 2022 - EOC U. S. History,
    • Thursday, May 5, 2022 - EOC Biology
    • Thursday, May 5, 2022 - STAAR Science (Baxter/Johnson-8th )
    • Friday, May 6, 2022 - STAAR Social Studies (Baxter/Johnson-8th)
    • Tuesday, May 10, 2022 - STAAR Math (all elementary campuses + Johnson/Baxter)
    • Wednesday, May 11, 2022 - STAAR Reading (all elementary campuses + Johnson/Baxter)
    • Thursday, May 12, 2022 - STAAR Science 5th  (all elementary campuses )

     

    In addition, as we near the end of the school year, safety continues to be our number one priority. Please help us by reminding your child to continue to follow the student code of conduct regarding behavior. Remind your child not to bring prohibited items to school or that could interrupt the learning environment. Please, remember that safety is everyone’s responsibility. If you see or hear something, say something. Tips or information can be reported through our STOPit app, Crime Stoppers (817-469-TIPS), or by calling your child’s school.

     

    As always, thank you for your support in ensuring a positive and strong finish to the 2021-2022 school year!

     

    Remember, we are stronger together!

     

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Felicia Donaldson

    Superintendent

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  • February's Message

    Posted by Nikita Russell on 1/26/2022 3:00:00 PM

    Dear Everman ISD Family,
     
    This semester is in full swing, and we have so much to be grateful for while at the same time recognizing the challenges that we face daily. Our staff is doing an amazing job meeting our students' academic and social-emotional learning needs in unprecedented times.


    The hurdles we face daily are intense, but we will overcome them TOGETHER! As I visit campuses and have the opportunity to talk to students and staff, I am reminded of the importance of our vision, “One Goal…One Purpose…STUDENT SUCCESS”. Despite the pandemic, great things are happening in Everman ISD!


    Although this semester has just begun, we have much to celebrate! One of the high school students, Bryan Herrera, has earned a paid internship with Watts Water. In addition, the district signed a partnership with Tarleton University, which will guarantee automation admission to the Top 25% of our high school graduates. Finally, a special thank you to our EISD Board of Trustees for their dedication and service to the district~ truly the Best School Board in the State of Texas!


    As a reminder, our Race To Read reading challenge for elementary students and the Superintendent’s Book Choice of The Month Club for secondary students will begin January 31st!


    Thank you for your continued support! Stay safe!

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  • January 2022 Message

    Posted by Nikita Russell on 1/4/2022 1:00:00 PM

    Dear Parents, Staff and Community Members,

     

    I hope each of you had a safe and relaxing winter break!

     

    Everman ISD is off to a great second semester, and we appreciate all of the support given to our staff and students.  We are excited to welcome our students back on January 5, 2021.

     

    With COVID-19 cases on the rise, the district is closely monitoring local health conditions and remains committed to the well-being and safety of our students and staff. 

     

    Below are steps you can take to help us mitigate and prevent the spread of COVID-19:

     

    • Facemasks are strongly encouraged for all students, staff, and visitors at all district facilities.
    • Screen your health and your child's health daily. If you or your child is experiencing symptoms, please stay home, notify your child's school, get tested, and stay home until results are received. 
    • Strongly consider getting the COVID-19 vaccine for you and all eligible individuals in your home. Individuals (ages 5 and up) are now eligible for a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

     

    As we move into a new semester, I would like to recognize and honor our Everman ISD Board of Trustees.  January is School Board appreciation month and without a shadow of a doubt, we have the best Board of Trustees in the State of Texas.  I am grateful for the leadership and support of each Trustee!

     

    Also, I am pleased to announce that Christopher Rose has been appointed to serve as the interim principal for Everman Joe C. Bean High School starting January 24, 2022.  As some of you may know, Mr. Rose has served as the Assistant Principal for Everman High School since August 2019.  We are excited about the continuity in leadership that Mr. Rose will provide as the interim principal.  He is always willing to go above and beyond to ensure success for all students. 

     

    I would also like to thank Dr. Layne for his service and leadership of Everman High School for the past 2 ½ years and wish him the very best in his future endeavors.

     

    Finally, I’m excited to share that the district will begin a reading challenge for all elementary students and a book of the month for secondary students this month.  I know our students will do a great job and accomplish their reading goals! 

     

    As a reminder, our next COVID-19 vaccine clinic is January 13, 2022, in the Everman High School cafeteria, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.I’m looking forward to a great second semester as we continue Moving Beyond Limits!

     

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Felicia Donaldson

    Superintendent of Schools

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  • Monthly Message

    Posted by Nikita Russell on 11/3/2021

    Dear EISD Parents, Faculty, and Staff, 

     

     

    I am excited we completed a successful first six weeks of school with the students and staff continuing to work hard each day.  As the students arrive on campuses, I can see their smiles and the joy on their faces as they engage in the classroom.

     

    As we begin our second six weeks of school, parents please remember that daily student attendance is critical to your child’s success at school. Our district initiative this year is to Erase The Gaps in learning caused by the COVID pandemic; therefore, we need our students at school each day in order to address their academic and social emotional learning needs.  Unless your child is ill, please send them to school.  Attendance matters!

     

    Also, please know that the safety and the well-being of our students and staff continues to be our number one priority. In regards to the pandemic and other communicable diseases, please continue to screen your child each day for COVID-19 symptoms as well as symptoms for other communicable diseases such as the flu. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your child’s school.

     

     In addition, it takes all stakeholders working together as a team to meet the needs of our students and to ensure everyone’s safety. I ask each of you, if you see or hear something; say something!  If you have any information you would like to share regarding safety, please contact your child’s school or the Student Services Department.  Also, reports and tips can be submitted anonymously through our STOPIt app which can be found on our website.

     

    As a reminder, we have upcoming district professional development and holidays in October.   The professional development day is October 8, 2021 (no school for students), and October 11, 2021, is a districtwide holiday, all campuses and facilities will be closed.   We encourage everyone to wear facemasks to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, and especially while indoors and after returning from an extended weekend break.

     

    Thank you once again for your support and all that you do to ensure that we continue to move our students beyond limits each day!  We are truly stronger together!

     

     

    Sincerely,

     

    Felicia Donaldson, Ed.D.

    Superintendent of Schools

     

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  • October's Message

    Posted by Nikita Russell on 9/30/2021

    I am excited we completed a successful first six weeks of school with the students and staff continuing to work hard each day.  As the students arrive on campuses, I can see their smiles and the joy on their faces as they engage in the classroom.

     

    As we begin our second six weeks of school, parents please remember that daily student attendance is critical to your child’s success at school. Our district initiative this year is to Erase The Gaps in learning caused by the COVID pandemic; therefore, we need our students at school each day in order to address their academic and social emotional learning needs.  Unless your child is ill, please send them to school.  Attendance matters!

     

    Also, please know that the safety and the well-being of our students and staff continues to be our number one priority. In regards to the pandemic and other communicable diseases, please continue to screen your child each day for COVID-19 symptoms as well as symptoms for other communicable diseases such as the flu. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your child’s school.

     

     In addition, it takes all stakeholders working together as a team to meet the needs of our students and to ensure everyone’s safety. I ask each of you, if you see or hear something; say something!  If you have any information you would like to share regarding safety, please contact your child’s school or the Student Services Department.  Also, reports and tips can be submitted anonymously through our STOPIt app which can be found on our website.

     

    As a reminder, we have upcoming district professional development and holidays in October.   The professional development day is October 8, 2021 (no school for students), and October 11, 2021, is a districtwide holiday, all campuses and facilities will be closed.   We encourage everyone to wear facemasks to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, and especially while indoors and after returning from an extended weekend break.

     

    Thank you once again for your support and all that you do to ensure that we continue to move our students beyond limits each day!  We are truly stronger together!

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