All fifth-grade girls are invited to join the ETHS female student-athletes
and coaches at ETHS for a fun morning focused on the benefits of
In addition to playing sports and having fun, girls get a chance to meet
new friends from other grade schools who they’ll be joining as 6th
graders next year at their respective middle schools.
The GPS Festival is FREE for all 5th grade girls.
Evanston Township High School is committed to providing prospective families and individuals who work, live, or own businesses in the District 202 Evanston/Skokie community with an opportunity to visit the school and learn more about resources and initiatives. New this school year, ETHS will offer Community Tour Days on select Saturdays during the 2012-13 school year:
- Saturday, February 16, 10:00am
- Saturday, March 16, 10:00am
The ETHS Community Tour Days are designed to provide an overview of ETHS and provide answers to frequently asked questions. Each tour is approximately 45-60 minutes in duration and includes visits to the athletics facilities, career and technical education wing, libraries, and fine arts/performing arts areas. Prospective ETHS families, District 202 community members, business owners, and people who work in Evanston/Skokie organizations or businesses are invited to attend.
While child care is not provided, children may attend ETHS Community Tour Days with a registered adult; please note that tours are not recommended for children under the age of 5 or adults with limited mobility due to extensive walking. Tours are hosted by the Communications Office and Freshman Transition Coordinator with support from ETHS Student and Parent Ambassadors.
For more information, contact the ETHS Communications Office at 847 424 7515.
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A panel discussion on the ways in which schools such as ETHS can lead the way in forging fresh connections between academic rigor, diversity and inclusive learning to prepare students for a multiracial, global world will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 7 p.m. in the Upstairs Theatre at Evanston Township High School.
The panel will bring together some of Northwestern University’s world-class researchers from various education-related fields, including (from left): David Figlio (moderator), Anthony Chen (sociology), Mesmin Destin (psychology), Kirabo Jackson (economics), Kemi Jonah (STEM – science, technology, engineering, mathematics), and Jenn Richeson (psychology).
Panelist profiles are available online at www.northwestern.edu.
This event is free and open to the public. Evanston Township High School is located at 1600 Dodge Avenue, Evanston, IL. The Upstairs Theatre is located on the third floor of ETHS and is wheelchair accessible. For more information, contact David Futransky, ETHS Community Liaison, at firstname.lastname@example.org.