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Final School Spelling Bee 

January 23, 6:00- 8:00 pm


This year Evergreen Middle School is participating in the National Spelling Bee. EMS friends and families are invited to support our students in the Final School Spelling Bee on January 23, 6:00- 8:00 pm, EMS Commons. One winner from Evergreen Middle School will represent our school in the Regional Spelling Bee in Seattle on February 29th. Come cheer on our spellers! 



* * Student Theater Registration Ends Feb 3 * * 

EMS PTSA, in collaboration with Studio East, announce this year's student theater production 

Ready, Player, Wonderland! 

Register now for Evergreen's 2020 Student Theater production of Ready, Player Wonderland! This is an exciting opportunity for middle school students to benefit from a professional stage experience. Students who participate in theater gain self-confidence while strengthening their skills in public speaking, team work, problem solving, and social awareness. There are 50 spots available, so sign up soon! No previous acting experience is required! Auditions are February 10-12, Performances on March 21.

Annual MLK Spirit Week of Service

Martin Luther King Jr. believed that “Everybody can be great, because anybody can serve”. To honor Dr. King, Evergreen ASB and Leadership students have planned a spirit week and donation drive for the week leading up to the MLK holiday.  Due to the bad weather, we will continue the spirit week from January 21-23. For three days, we will be collecting donations for Hopefest.  EMS is partnering with Eastlake high in this endeavor. Please take a look at the info below to see the spirit day theme and what can be donated each day.  All items will be collected in the Commons before school. Thanks in advance for helping us next week!

2020 MLK Spirit Week of Service at a Glance (Jan 21-23)

Monday, Jan 20

Tuesday, Jan 21

Low Maintenance Day

Wednesday, Jan 22

Childhood Day

Thursday, Jan 23 

Bundle Up Day

Friday, Jan 24


No spirit day or dress up – we will use Monday to get last minute info to students

What to Wear:

Wear sweats, low maintenance hair and makeup, ponytails, comfortable/low effort clothing

What to Wear:

Wear PJ’s or childhood trends and characters, dress like you did in elementary school, dress like a character from a book or movie you loved when you were younger

What to Wear:

Wear warm clothing, onesies, sweaters, sweats, hoodies, hats, gloves, and cozy socks.

 No spirit day or dress up

No collection today

Bring to Donate:

New hygiene items, full and travel size toiletries, toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, shampoo, conditioner, soap, body wash, lotion, deodorant, brushes, etc.

What to Donate:

New or like new PJ’s, books, and new or like new toys for kids and teens.

What to Donate:

New and gently used warm clothing, coats, hats, gloves, sweaters, hoodies, and cozy socks.


No collection today

*Stay tuned for info about our upcoming SERVE Day, an awesome community service opportunity for all students, on Wednesday, January 29th from 1:30-3:00pm.

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