I’ve always been very proud to be a student of Evergreen. Yeah, everything might not be perfect, but when you appreciate the little simple things, then everything seems a bit more different. You walk onto a beautiful campus everyday, with plenty of trees, and modernized buildings. I don’t know about you, but I think we have a gorgeous campus, especially when compared to other schools.
When someone says that EV sucks, it really irritates me. I honestly think it’s what you make it to be. You can be in the most ugliest place on earth, and still have a good time if you want to have a good time. Sure, you say, “I hate everyone. I hate people in general.” Well maybe it’s time to change and be a little more open because that’s what life is. You’re going to have to deal with everyone around you sooner or later. Find something that interests you, and go with that, and maybe school would be more entertaining to you.
I understand, you have those teachers that are absolutely absurd to you and you just can’t stand their class. But please, don’t go too far with your anger. I hate it so much when students are completely disrespectful and rude to teachers, and it just ruins everything for others. Why do you have to cuss out a teacher? Why do you have to ruin things in their classrooms? You’re going to have to suck it up, and just work with what you have. Later on, you’ll probably have a boss that you cannot tolerate, but what are you going to do? Just live with it and do what you can.
I remember one time, i was so worried that i couldn’t get into a certain room, and a kind janitor comes by and helps me out. He was one of the most friendliest people i have ever met, and was such a sweetheart. It pains me to see people litter at school, or purposely cause these gigantic messes. All of our janitors work so hard in the scorching heat and the bitter cold just to keep our school clean and new. Pick up your trash, there’s always one near you, and it only takes a few seconds to go throw your trash away. Pick up after yourselves, and just grow up. No one is here to clean up your messes.
I don’t think many people understand how good we have it here at Evergreen. A lot of us try really hard to make it a fun place for you guys, working around the many obstacles that is thrown at us. We work hard to make high school a memorable time for everyone, but it’s not a one man job. You have to meet us halfway, and that goes for several things. You have to do your part. Don’t complain, and just stand there not doing anything about it. If you want to see some change, you have to start it and not wait for it to magically happen. Appreciate what you have, and be mindful of the things and people around you.
Anonymous asked: What are the prices for Junior Prom?
ask your junior class officers!
Anonymous asked: Can you give us the details about January's Junior Prom?
I believe the Junior Class officers want to keep it a secret heheheh
Anonymous asked: I've got 2 questions: 1. When are you going to announce the junior prom? 2. When do people usually starting asking others out to prom?
Considering the fact that Junior Prom is in January, i would expect people to ask each other around the the middle of Decemember, or even late november! sometimes for late dates, the BEGINNING of January! it’s always better to plan ahead though! You never know what can come up!
SAT PREP CLASS FOR $200 AT EV!
Get an Intensive SAT Prep Course In Before the Big 11/4 SAT Exam
Come join the EVHS PTSA and CardinalPrep SAT Tutors for our second sponsored SAT event. This will be an Intensive SAT Workshop and the tentative date is from October 15th to October 19th, 2012 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm. This event is limited to a max participation of 25 students and first priority will be given to Juniors and Seniors, but we will accept Freshmen and Sophomores (providing there is capacity). This workshop will be a five day course focusing on the SAT Essay, Critical Reading Passage Sections and Advance SAT Math Questions.
The five-day SAT Seminar at Evergreen High School will be led by CardinalPrep founder / head instructor, Segun Amen.
Tentative Schedule is as follows -
Day 1: The SAT Essay – Tips, Common Pitfalls, Proper Reasoning & Persuasive Writing. We will leave part of the session for students to write and peer review essays. Students will be given clear guidelines for writing as well as reviewing essays.
Day 2: Critical Reading – Long & Short Passages
Day 3: Advanced SAT Math Questions I
Properties of numbers, advanced geometry, and number plugging in geometric figures
Day 4: Critical Reading – Dual Passages
Writing Multiple Choice – Advanced Common Errors
Day 5 (Extended Day ~+30 mins): Advanced SAT Math Questions II
Functions & their graphs, probability, optimization, and sequences & lists
Optional: Parent Q&A Session
(Every session will end with a 25-minute essay writing session)
Every student will receive the FULL CardinalPrep SAR book with additional detailed lessons, homework problems and a question bank comprised of real SAT questions.
Students will receive prep book in advance. Review pages will be suggested to ensure that students are at a similar level and have an understanding of Number & Answer plugging, Algebra, Common Writing Errors and Sentence Completions.
Every student will receive a 5 minute one-on-one meeting with the instructor to review a written essay.
Students who participate will be rewarded to ensure that students are incented to take an active part in their preparation.
Students who participate in the 5-day workshop will receive a complimentary 10% discount on CardinalPrep private lessons.
~$199/per student for the 5 day seminar.
Again, we know this is short notice, but we are looking to see if there are students who are taking the SAT on 11/4 that might be wanting to get an intensive review prior to taking the exam. Please email if you are interested in signing up your student to firstname.lastname@example.org
Anonymous asked: ok who are you really? person in the cougar suit
I am Freddy Cougar, ha duh!!