Public Schools

Organization Name
Address
1500 McDaniel, Evanston, IL
60201
Phone Number
847-424-2440
Fax
(847) 866-7263
Description

The Family Center has served Evanston and Skokie families since 1989 by providing family support, literacy and child development services. Program services currently include the Early Start program, Doorway to Learning Childcare Center, child development education services, parenting education and life skills workshops and classes (topics include health, safety, nutrition, discipline, etc.), support groups, parent/child interactive activities and groups, and adult education services (English as a Second Language and General Education Development).

Address
1600 Dodge Ave. Evanston, IL
60201-3449
Contact Person
Eric Witherspoon, Superintendent
Phone Number
(847) 424-7220
Description

 

Address
Joseph E. Hill Education Center
1500 McDaniel Ave., Evanston, Illinois
60201
Contact Person
Mary Brown, Interim Superintendent
Phone Number
847 859-8000 (General number)
Fax
847 859-8707
Description

K-8 School District serving students in the city of Evanston and in Skokie zip code 60203. Consists of eleven neighborhood k-6 grade schools, three middle schools, 2 magnet schools and three special services schools.

Organization Name
Website Address
Address
P.O. Box 750, Evanston, Illinois
60204
Phone Number
847-637-7193
Fax
847-859-5879
Description

Independent, not-for-profit volunteer organization created by civic leaders to support the District 65 school district. Solicits donations from public and private sources to support and promote educational programs and services for District 65 students. Funded programs are intended to make an impact on narrowing the achievement gap, improving literacy skills and increasing students’ awareness and interest in the arts.

Organization Name
Address
The Justin Wynn Fund, P. O. Box 1057, Evanston, IL
60204
Contact Person
Sue Thompson
Phone Number
847-869-7906
Categories
Description

Each spring, the Justin Wynn Fund honors two fourth graders from each of District 65’s twelve elementary schools who have been recognized as potential future leaders. Approximately 350 Evanstonians attend the celebration banquet that recognizes the young Wynners. Each of the fourth grade honorees may choose to participate in the Justin Wynn Leadership Academy. Through a carefully crafted process of leadership development, the potential of these young people is transformed and mobilized to inspire the world.

Address
2024 McCormick Blvd, Evanston
60201
Contact Person
Stephanie Fine, SAGE Steering Committee member.
Phone Number
847-448-8256
Description

SAGE (Schools are Gardening in Evanston) is an outgrowth of the Dawes School Edible Garden Project which began in 2004. The gardening program now exists at several District 65 schools giving students the opportunity to plant, grow, harvest and eat fresh foods. Surplus food is donated to local food pantries. SAGE is overseen by the Evanston Environmental Association and the SAGE Steering Committee.
There are now 16 gardens in the Evanston school system.

Public Notes

The Evanston Environmental Association is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the long-term success of the Evanston Ecology Center and its staff in their efforts to provide quality environmental education to the surrounding community. The EEA also works with other local green organizations and undertakes selected projects to produce environmental benefits for Evanston and its residents.

Address
P.O. Box 0944, Evanston IL
60204
Contact Person
Robert Reece
Phone Number
847-424-1065
Description

The Warren W. “Billy” Cherry Scholarship fund provides financial assistance for graduating seniors, graduates of Evanston Township High School, or ETHS students with a G.E.D. who are pursuing associates, bachelors, or graduate degree in education or youth work. They must be enrolled as a full-time (12 or more credit hrs. per term) or part-time (6 or more credit hrs. per term) student and demonstrate a need for financial assistance.

Public Notes

Some of selection criteria are
• Success in overcoming poor academic achievement, lack of focus, or other personal challenges.
• Interest in working with young people.
• Community involvement.
• Leadership, sensitivity, compassion, commitment, and love of children.

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