Phone: (307) 253-6400
Principal: Stacy Moore
Assistant Principal: Cassey Wrenn
Office Manager: Amy Giese
Address: 452 Texas St., Evansville, 82636
PO Box E, Evansville, 82636
“Empowering students to succeed by excelling in attendance, achievement, and citizenship.”
Evansville Elementary provides an engaging atmosphere for all students. Staff members believe and act on the mission statement, “Empowering Students to Succeed by excelling in attendance, achievement, and citizenship." Evansville celebrates the efforts of its students and staff in these three areas with the awarding the Eagle Cup every year. The school is committed to the idea that every student will learn. Our teachers provide high-quality, engaging instruction to empower students in reaching their learning goals. We develop the child's ability to think, problem-solve, and create solutions. Evansville has received the National ESSA Distinguished School honor twice in the last five years.
Instruction is based on state standards. We are proud that our students have achieved a state ranking of "Exceeding Expectations" on state testing for four of the last six years. In reading, we have worked diligently with the University of Wyoming Literacy Center to align our work with the "Best Practices" in Literacy. Students receive an integrated approach to reading and writing. Literacy instruction lasts for at least 90 minutes. Developing students' deep levels of understanding is key to Bridges Math. Students learn math in engaging and coherent ways during their 90 minutes of math instruction. Students learn math in engaging and coherent ways during their 90 minutes of math instruction. Students have opportunities to work in our greenhouse as well as participate in P.E., Music, and Art.
Students may participate in Student Council, Robotics, Gardening, Nature, and Good News clubs. Fourth and fifth-graders may participate in volleyball, basketball through the Casper Recreation Center. Students and families enjoy Evansville’s popular monthly family nights focused on math, reading, and writing activities. Parents participate in the Power of an Hour program where they observe their child in the classroom for an hour in order to be able to work with classroom teachers to find ways to best meet their child’s needs.
Half-day preschool is available for children who are 3 or 4 years old prior to August 1 at all Natrona County Title 1 schools. The NCSD Preschool Program is funded through two federal grants. Priority is given to families who document financial need based on Federal Income Guidelines. The NCSD preschool program is accredited through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
Classes at Evansville run from 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Before-school activities and breakfast begin at 8:00 a.m.