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Science Fair

If you are participating in Evangelical School’s Science Fair, please click here or go to the Parents section of our website and look under Documents in order to view/download the Science Fair Handbook.

Science Fair will be held on November 16-17, 2017 here at Evangelical School.  Projects need to be brought in on the morning of the 16th to the New Kitchen.  There will be signs on the door letting you know what space has been reserved for your project.  Some projects will be on the stage in the gym.

Judging will take place throughout the day on the 16th and 17th.  Ribbons will be placed on each project sometime before the assembly on Monday, November 20th at 9:00 AM.  During the assembly, each student who participated will get a certificate.

Science Club


Science Club is for Honor Roll students in 6th through 8th grades.  They meet usually on the first and third Mondays from 3:30-4:30 PM.

The second meeting of the month is for the club members to engage in some kind of enrichment activity.  This could be an experiment, engineering challenge, or learning game that either extends what has been or will be covered in science class or adds to the curriculum in some way.  Examples of things done include Mentos and soda, making hot air balloons, crystal growing, chemical reactions, and many more.

The first meeting of the month is for club members to watch some sort of educational movie or show that has science at its core.  During this meeting, snacks are allowed  and we usually try to discuss what we have seen at the end if time allows.

Science Club tries to take a few special field trips during the year.  These are on weekends and require parent chaperones/drivers for most destinations.  Club members can count on going to the City Museum during the Holidays and to Chicago for a day in May.

Parents/guardians can support Science Club by providing snacks for the movie meeting, being a chaperon for a field trip, and by encouraging their child to attend the meetings.


Here is the list of meetings this year:

  • October 8th and 22nd
  • November 5th and 19th
  • December 3rd and 17th
  • January 7th
  • February 4th
  • March 4th and 18th
  • April 1st and 15th
  • May 6th and 20th
What is EPIC?
  • EPIC is the parent group of Evangelical Schools.
  • EPIC membership is open to all parents of children currently enrolled in Evangelical Schools, members of the School Board of Evangelical Schools, and Pastors of Evangelical United Church of Christ.
  • EPIC’s purpose is to facilitate, encourage and improve communication and interaction among parents, students, and teachers.
  • EPIC also strives to generate financial support for Evangelical Schools, all to the end of improving the educational quality of Evangelical Schools and the educational experience of each child attending the schools.

How Do I Join EPIC?

Becoming a MEMBER of EPIC is easy… just attend a meeting! EPIC meetings are held each month, on the second Tuesday, at 7pm in the school library. SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS

  • September 11
  • October 9
  • November 13
  • December 11
  • January 8
  • February 12
  • March 12
  • April 9
  • May 14

We hope to see you at the next meeting!

What Services Does EPIC Provide?

EPIC members volunteer to ensure the following services are provided to our students, families, teachers and staff. Family Fellowship

      •Family Reading Nights
      • Grandparents’ Day
      • YMCA Skate Party
      • School Social
      • Playground Benches

Student Enrichment & Recognition

      • DWP Awards
      • Yearbooks
      • Thanksgiving Feast
      • Aunt Katie’s Cottage
      • Reading Counts Program
      • Anti-bullying Workshops

Teacher & Staff Appreciation

      • Monthly Teacher Lunches
      • “Secret Pal” Program
      • Teacher Appreciation Week
      • Administrative Assistance Gifts

School Spirit

      • Hoodie Sales
      • Vehicle Decals

How Does EPIC Fundraise?

The following fundraisers are organized by EPIC members and volunteers:

      • Pie/Dessert Sales
      • Box Tops Collection
      • Cookie Walk
      • Papa John’s
      • Shoparoo

How Can You Help EPIC?
  1. Join EPIC – Attend meetings and learn more about the programs and the organization.
  2. Volunteer to Help with a Project – Even if you can’t commit to monthly meetings, help with a particular project is always welcomed.
  3. Support the Fundraisers – Share with friends and family and help make each fundraiser successful.
  4. Share Ideas – EPIC loves new ideas for both fundraisers and services to provide to our students, families and teachers.
  5. Communicate – Share your new knowledge of EPIC with other Evangelical Families so all can help make our school an even better place for our children!

What Has the Money Raised Help Fund?

In addition to the funds needed to support the annual services listed, EPIC has helped provided funds for the following:

        • New Playground Equipment
        • Computer Lab Tables
        • Cafeteria Chairs
        • Library Book Shelf
        • Security System
        • Classroom Supplies (stipend for each teacher each semester)
        • LCD Projectors
        • Bike Rack
        • Backdrop for Musicals
        • Graduation Caps & Gowns
        • Live Auction Items
        • Cameras



Wecome to Kindergarten!

Kindergarten at our school is a very busy place to be.  Throughout the year, our class will focus on academics like reading, handwriting, phonics, and math.  Kindergarten also provides lots of social opportunities for the children as well.  Your child’s first year of school is  very important, and sets the pattern for the grades to come.    It is my goal during the year to get to know each and every one of my students personally, and to provide them with wonderful memories of their first year of school!