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Hello Cougar Families and Happy Sunday,

This Friday, September 20th, will be a Teacher Work day.  There will be NO SCHOOL for students.  We will follow a normal schedule for the rest of the week.



Brandon Brekke and EHS School Leadership

Aviation Day

Aviation Day 2019

Nineteen EHS students traveled to DIA for Aviation Day 2019!

The event took place in a giant United Tech Ops hangar with a 787 jet that students could explore plus many military, medical, and private aircraft.  Students were able to speak with pilots, flight attendants, flight instructors, mechanics, and aerospace professionals. 

This is a fast growing industry - there will be a demand for more than 206,000 new pilots and 189,000 new maintenance technicians by 2037.  Colorado is second in the nation for aviation and space jobs and Jefferson County has the highest concentration of aerospace employees in Metro Denver, with more than 30% of the region’s aerospace employment. 

Jeffco Public Schools has partnered with several industry leaders to create career pathway opportunities for students interested in many aviation/space jobs - visit with your counselor for more information.  Mark your calendar for Aviation Day 2020 next September!

Farmer's Market

farmers market

CTE students will be running the Youth Farm Stand every Saturday through October.

This year we will be setting up and selling a variety of fresh local fruits and vegetables at the Buffalo Park Community Garden from 9:00 am to noon.  We also will have fresh homemade salsa's and jams for sale.

PTSA Sponsored Sleep Seminars

Sleep is a complex process that restores and renews our bodies. Good sleep habits will optimize this process for our physical and emotional well-being. The group will help us understand the importance of sleep habits, sleep hygiene, diet and exercise to create a path of healthy restoration and sound sleep for years to come.


  • For the community: next Tues, Sept 24th at 6PM. Snacks will be provided 
  • For EHS students: next Wed, Sept 25th  during advisement. Tea/coffee will be provided. 

PLACE: Library / Auditorium

Picture Re-Take Day

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Lifetouch will be here, in the small gym, for picture re-takes on Tuesday, September 24th.  They will be in the small gym from 10:30am-1:00pm.  Order forms can be picked up in the Main Office.  Orders can also be placed at using the Picture Day ID:  CG899583Y1

Counselors' Corner


Freshman:  Counselors will be in Study Hall classes next Tuesday.  The lesson will only take half of the Study Hall period. 
 Last Spring's CMAS testing results are now available.  They will be handed out to students during advise this Wednesday.  Please ask your student for those results when they get home.
Wednesday, September 25th marks the end of the first 6 week grading window.  Help your students make sure that they have their assignments in order before the first 6 week grades are posted!


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As our faculty prepares for EDforTECH, Jeffco’s initiative to touchscreen Chromebooks to all student, the Foundation will be instrumental in helping to provide resources and funding for training and professional development. 

Without the efforts of this group, EHS would simply not be as successful as we are. Please consider financially supporting the Evergreen High School Education Foundation by donating HERE.

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This week is National Security Officer Appreciation Week.  Your PTSA Teacher Appreciation Committee is treating our five safety officers, Tammy, Mike, Dean, Kristen, and Kyle to some fresh baked goodies Wednesday morning.  Please remind your student(s) to take a moment this week and thank our Campus Security for keeping them safe every day. 

Your membership helps support this and other great programs.  Please visit this link to join PTSA. 

Please join us for our first meeting of the school year on September 17th at 5:00pm at the Wild Game. We look forward to seeing you there!

Athletics and Activities

Weekly Sport Highlights



Recent Varsity Competitions:

9/7 - Poms @ Spiritfest - 4th place

9/9 - Boys Golf @ West Woods  - 2nd place

9/9 - Boys Tennis @ Valor - Loss 

9/9 - Softball vs. Westminster - Win 21-2 

9/10 - Boys Golf vs. Conifer - Loss

9/10 - Boys Tennis vs. Green Mountain - Win 6-1

9/10 - Softball vs. Conifer - Win 16-0

9/10 - Gymnastics vs. Columbine & Green Mtn. - Win

With a score of 164.50, EHS beat Green Mountain and Columbine!

Vault: Katy Franey 2nd,Natalie Bunch 4th,Marlee Osborn 5th,Julia Swanke 6th

Beam: Marlee Osborn 4th, Natasha Zizic 5th, Emma Board 6th 

Floor: Katy Franey 4th, Natasha Zizic 5th 

Bars: Emma Board 2nd, Hannah Synchef 3rd, Marlee Osborn 4th 

All-Around: Marlee Osborn 4th, Katy Franey 6th

9/10 - Boys Soccer vs. Air Academy - Loss 0-3

9/10 - Volleyball @ Conifer HS - Win 3-0

9/12 - Boys Tennis @ Alameda International HS - Win 7-0

9/13 - Football vs. Mead @ Mead HS   

9/14 - Softball vs. Green Mtn. @ Green Mtn. HS  

For more details:

CHSAA website - Fall Sports

Max Preps website - Evergreen  

Gymnastics results link

Cross Country results link

Hope to see you at our Upcoming events:

We have a full schedule of events this week with many home games. There are so many opportunities to show your school spirit and get out to encourage your classmates. Evergreen Gymnastics has its first home meet of the season next Thursday, September 19th at 5:30 p.m. at Pinnacle Gymnastics in Evergreen. Come support your Cougar Gymnasts! 

9/16 - Volleyball, 6:30 @ Home vs Wheat Ridge

9/17 - Golf @ Broadlands GC

9/17 - Tennis, 3:30 @ Home vs Wheat Ridge

9/17 - Softball, 4:30 @ Home vs Faith Christian

9/17 - Soccer, 6:30 @ Home vs Skyline

9/19 - Tennis, 3:30 @ Golden

9/19 - Softball, 4:30 @ Home vs Golden

9/19 - Gymnastics, 5:30 @ Home / Pinnacle Gymnasium  

9/19 - Soccer, 6:30 @ Home vs Lewis-Palmer

9/19 - Volleyball, 6:30 @ Home vs Golden

9/20 - XC, tbd @ Clement Park

JeffCo Athletic Fee: Where does it go? 

Participation numbers for Jefferson County Athletics during the 2018-2019 school year were 12,267. This number represents the total number of student-athletes that participated in one or more of the 26 sports offered in Jefferson County. The athletic participation fee collected for all sports is deposited into the district’s general fund to help offset a portion of the operating expenses for Jefferson County Athletics. Revenues brought in from participation fees ($1.57 million); gate receipts and ticket sales in 2018-2019 were approximately $754,000, with total revenues from all sources equaling approximately $2.7 million. Total budget was approximately $9.7 million. Although sport costs vary widely, participation fees are standard and not sport specific. Listed below are areas covered by the district athletics budget. With ongoing budget cuts, it is often necessary for schools to supplement their athletic budget with fundraising.  

Coaches’ salaries  

Supplement Schools’ Equipment and Supplies Budget  

District Administrative Costs - Personnel & Office operating expenses  Stadium Operating Expenses - Personnel & Maintenance  

CHSAA Fees - School membership & Sport Fees  

Awards - All Conference Plaques, League Champion Plaques &    Medals and ribbons  

MVP & Hall of Fame Banquets  

Athletic Trainers  

Substitute Teachers for Playoffs  

Security - School sites & Stadium venues  

Officials - Regular Season & Post-Season  

Game workers - School sites & Stadium venues 

MTB Team:  
The singletrack shredding Cougars completed race #2 in Leadville on Sunday, and despite crazy weather and race evacuations and cancellations, finished either 3rd or 1st; as of Monday, there were some crazy timing issues to figure out!

The Varsity Boys had an incredible day, with Evergreen racers owning 3 of the top ten spots: Robbie Day finished 2nd, Alex Purrington finished 5th, and Zach Footer finished 8th. 

Alyssa Leifer finished a strong 12th for Varsity Girls, Ben Leifer made it into the top ten for Freshman Boys with a 9th place finish, and Trevor Chartier cracked the top twenty for Sophomore Boys with a 14th place race. An Honorable Mention has to go out to Bodie Jones for his impressive temporary tattoos. Ride on, Cougars!

Next race is September 16 in Snowmass. 

POMS Fundraiser

poms fundraiser
Want to help support EHS Poms and eat pizza?  Visit our Evergreen Beau Jo's pizza on Wednesday, September 25th.  They will donate 20% of the pre-tax sale to EHS POMS.  Make sure to print THIS FLYER and take it with you!

2nd Annual Evergreen High School Baseball’s Fundraiser Golf Tournament

Join us on Monday, September 30, 2019 at Hiwan Golf Club for a chance to win $10,000 or a trip to Pebble Beach.  Proceeds benefit Evergreen High School Baseball.  Visit for more information.  

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