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Our Mission 

The mission of Evans School is to provide a safe and nurturing learning community that celebrates the individuality of all children, instills a love for learning, and encourages personal growth in an ever-changing world.

 400 Route 73
Marlton, NJ 08053
Phone (856) 988-0675
Fax (856) 988-7755
evans cares
 Name: Office Staff: Ext.
 Mrs. Casey caseyd@evesham.k12.nj.us3500
 Mrs. Mazilli mazzillid@evesham.k12.nj.us3501

 School Nurse: 
 Mrs. Patouhas patouhast@evesham.k12.nj.us3501
  Guidance Department: 
 Ms. Carmack carmackk@evesham.k12.nj.us3502
 Mr. DiBlasi 
 Evans School Anti-Bullying Specialist:
 Kathy Carmack
 Evesham Township School District Anti-Bullying Coordinator:
Danielle Magulick
Director of Curriculum & Instruction

Annual District and School Grades Under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act:

All schools are required by the state to annually complete a Self-Assessment in order to assist the state in determining school and district compliance in implementing the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights (ABR) Act.  Click here to review a PowerPoint presentation that was provided to the board outlining the process and summary results for 2013-2014.  In December of 2014, the state released an official report containing this data, which was used to assign school and district grades.  The school grade is a raw score of data and the sum of the ratings for all indicators within each core element on the Self-Assessment.  The maximum total score for a school is 78 points.  The district’s grade is an average of the total scores of all schools in the district.  Click here to view the state report that includes all school and district grades.  In order to foster safe and positive learning conditions for students, this data, along with feedback from School and District Safety Teams, is used as part of an integrated process for reinforcing and strengthening our school and district climate and culture.

No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)
For information on NCLB and ESEA, click HERE.  For the Evans' school performance report, please click HERE.  For Evans' Progress Targets Action Plans for 2014-2015, please click HERE.


  • Evans Memorial Day Celebration 2015 

    It's a day we know well here at Evans. The Friday before Memorial Day is no ordinary day at our school. It's a day of celebration. It's a day of remembrance. It's a day of honoring our heroes. Amidst the cheers of our students, you could faintly hear the rumblings of mototcycles in the distance. Amidst the bright blue sky, you could see the symbol of our country majestically waving in the breeze, reminding all of us why we are here. We are here because of those who have so bravely given us the freedom to be here. That is what our children learned on this beautiful day. And as the rumblings of the motorcyle procession became louder, the cheers of the students became even more clear. Excitement filled the air. And as one of our Evans dads arrived and stepped out of his vehicle, tears filled our eyes. Air Force Sergeant Rafael Encinas was greeted to a spectacular Evans Welcome Home, led by Mr. DiBlasi and founder of Operation Yellow Ribbon and Evans dad, Dave Silver. Undoubtedly it was a day Sergeant Encinas will never forget. It was a day our children were taught more than reading, writing, and arithmetic. They were taught a valuable life lesson that goes beyond what can be taught in the classroom. They were taught the true meaning of Memorial Day. And after the festivities were complete, Sergeant Encinas and many other heroes in our community and from our Evans families were treated to a Hero's luncheon. During lunch and recess, they shared stories, laughs, and quality time with our staff and students. Enjoy this valuable time with your families this weekend, but take the time to remember what our children learned on this day. Freedom is never free. Thank you to all who made this day possible. Love Evans. Love America. Click HERE for the slideshow of the day's activities!

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  • Target's "Thanks a Billion" Teacher Appreciation Program:
    Thank a teacher through Target's "Thanks a Billion" program and Evans school will receive $25! Show your appreciation for our wonderful teachers.  Click HERE for details.

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  • Evans Recess Relay for Life:
    On Friday May 29th Evans students will be participating in an American Cancer Society Relay Recess Event. They will come out to the playground during their specials period and lunch recess and walk or run the recess runner’s loop to raise money for cancer research. In the week leading up to the event, we will be highlighting ways that they can keep their bodies healthy and protect themselves from getting sick. Click HERE for information on how you can donate or volunteer your time!  Also find out about Penny Wars for this great cause!

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  • Troop Collection:
    In honor of Memorial Day, we are collecting items for our troops to be donated to Operation Yellow Ribbon.  These items will be sent in care packages to our troops overseas.  Please send in any donations this week!  See list HERE for needed items.  Thank you for supporting out troops.

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  • 2015-2016 School District Calendar:
    Please click the link HERE to find the 2015-2016 Evesham School District Calendar. 

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  • Winter 2014-2015 Creative Critters:
    Come see some of the wonderful art projects our students have been doing this winter.  Click HERE.

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  • Fall 2014 Creative Critters:
    Click the link HERE to see samples some of the great art work our students have done this fall! 

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  • Directions to sign up for Mr. DiBlasi's Text Blasts:

    Just text @mrdibl to 81010.  Once you text @mrdibl to that number you will receive confirmation that you are now subscribed.  It’s that easy.


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  • Important letter regarding peanut-free snacks:

    Click HERE for an important letter from Mr. Diblasi regarding peanut-free snacks in the classrooms.

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  • shoebox Shoe Recycling:

    Please help Evans give your old shoes a “new” home. Drop off your old wearable pairs of men's, women's, and kid's shoes (we have boxes at Evans and at various locations around town like Fleet Feet and LL Bean), and they will be distributed for reuse at various local market places around the world.  Also, Evans will get $0.50 for every pound of shoes recycled, which will go toward student activities and needs! What a wonderful way to help our communities, stay green, and bring funds into our school!  Thank you to all who have donated, as well as our local stores who have assisted in making this such a successful initiative! Click HERE for more information.

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