7:40 amSupervision Begins
8:00 am - 8:15 amEntry Bell and Morning Announcements
9:45 am - 10:00 amMid-morning Break (Snack Recess)
11:00 am - 11:30 pmLunch K-1
11:30 am - 12:00 pmLunch 2-3
Lunch recess K-1 & 4-5
12:00 am - 12:30 pmLunch recess 2-3
Lunch 4-5
1:35 pmDismissal K-2
2:35 pmDismissal 3-5
Students should not arrive at school prior to 7:40 a.m. as supervision begins at this time.  Breakfast however is available beginning at 7:30. Please note… if your child is late arriving at school, please check into the office to sign in. If your child is going to be absent, please call our safe arrival line (1-833-202-4303). If you pick up your child early, please call the school at 856-3476. We will arrange to have your child ready to leave at the requested time.

EPS Gender-Neutral Dress Code

► The Evergreen Park students and staff will promote respect of self and others and will reflect the educational atmosphere of the school. ► With this is mind, all clothing displaying unacceptable slogans, graphics and /or offensive language will not be tolerated. ► Undergarments should not be visible. ► We ask that students do not wear bedroom attire (pajamas) or hats/hoods unless for a school approved fundraiser. ► Footwear should be safe in case of emergency situations. No flip flops allowed. ► All tops must be at least two fingers wide at the shoulders and the sides under the arms must be covered. Midriff should also be covered. ► All bottom attire must cover at least top third of the thigh. If clothing is shorter, bicycle/sport (spandex) shorts should be worn underneath.
EPS is a Great Place to Shine
• Evergreen Park School is a Professional Learning Community. The main responsibility of all staff members is to ensure that all children are learning in a safe and orderly environment.
• Mission
Building a strong foundation for the future
• Vision
Fostering an inclusive environment focusing on respect, fairness and integrity
• Values
Be a good citizen, be kind, be responsible, accountable and always do your best
Effective Discipline
“Enforced rules can make the difference between law and order for all and the reign of terror that exists in many schools. If rules vary from one teacher or one setting to another, the students can, with some justification, challenge them. Variations provide an alibi for rule infringements. Consistent enforcement of the code of conduct requires active vigilant supervision and is one of the most effective and economical prevention strategies.” Schools where Everyone Belongs
Focus on Prevention
• Discipline isn’t what you do when students misbehave; it is what you do so they won’t. • Rules and limits are established so students will understand that some behaviours are strictly out-of-bounds. • Revisions and improvements must constantly be made in response to changes in student behaviours and needs.