This message is from Evergreen Park School,
We are very proud to announce the accomplishments of the
RYAN GUNN WRITE FOR BOOKS
Nolan Johnson and
co-authors Dianya Wang and Liam Talbot were the winners of the Ryan
Gunn Write for Books contest; their books will be published. These
students are in Mme Belliveau’s grade 5 French Immersion classroom. Not
too many students can say they are
published authors! Congratulations on your accomplishment!
FRYE FESTIVAL—IMAGINATION AT WORK
Congratulations to the following
students for having their work showcased on the Frye Festival-Imagination at Work
1. Charlotte Doyle---Grade 1 Immersion
2. Zachary Hunter---Grade 3 Immersion
3. Graeson Grant—Grade 4 English
4. Georgia Pohier—Grade 4 Immersion.
Bravo for your great work!
COMPOSER IN THE MAKING
We have an aspiring composer amongst us at EPS. This
grade 2 French Immersion student’s name is Emma Nikmaram. Her
first composition is “Stars Danced in her Eyes”. She created this melody
with a little help from her 12-year-old brother. Her melody was selected and
performed by the Kentucky Chamber Orchestra, on March 21st, 2021. The
Kentucky Chamber Orchestra decided to showcase Emma’s melody on YouTube kids in
the hope of inspiring other children to be creative and stay healthy during the
Covid-19 pandemic. This video is available for public on the following
link: https://youtu.be/VbNC3REsOQ8 (Emma’s melody is at the end
of the video). We are very proud of you Emma! Who knows…. we may be
hearing Emma’s melodies on the radio in the years to come!
Head lice are tiny insects that live on your scalp and need
human blood to survive. Anyone can get
them, especially school-aged children.
They are considered very contagious and are spread through head-to-head
contact or by sharing personal items such as brushes, hats, scarves, headphones
… Head lice have nothing to do with
personal cleanliness. Please take the
time to check your child’s hair tonight.
A couple of cases have been reported at school. If you see any nits or lice, a treatment is
required. Please do not forget to inform
the school. Thank you for your help in this matter.
For $1.00 students can come to school tomorrow wearing their
pajamas and sporting their silliest hairdo.
Money collected will be deposited in our Goodwill fund. This fund helps our families in need.
Have a restful evening,
Mrs. Antigone Panagiotakis