Back to School

Most Back to School documents can be found on this page. Copies are also available at the front office starting in late August.

Steps for students to access Classroom Teams on the first day of school found HERE.

Remote learning recommended school supplies 

These supplies are intended to help your student during our remote learning time to hopefully take time away from the computer and bring back some of the kinesthetic activities that we miss so dearly in the remote setting. If you are struggling to get any of these supplies, please reach out to your student’s counselor and we will make sure they get what they need. We want all students to have the same access to materials regardless of any outside factors.  

For student last names A-K: Sarah Parnell  

For student last names L-Z: Denise Ozeri  



Recommended Supplies 




Blue or Black Pens 

Red pens 

Highlighters (2 colors) 

Colored pencils 

Writing utensil organization system (pencil pouch or container) 

Paper organization system (Binder with dividers, Folders, Accordion folder, etc.) 

Lined notebook paper 

Unlined paper (like printer paper) 


12 inch ruler 

Graph paper (either loose leaf or in a bound notebook) --  

6th grade math - Grid size recommendation of 1cm grids or larger.  

All other math classes any size grid works 


Composition Notebook (lined) 


Getting Ready for School

  • Please see above for the suggested supply list
  • Athletics Information **NO FALL SPORTS**All the information and forms you need to sign up for Fall Sports. Be sure to get your physical.
  • Materials Management Tips on how to manage your materials at EMS

Registering and Forms

  • Forms for Parents Volunteering, Medical, Nurse Alert, Directory Withhold, etc.
  • PTSA Information Complete information on Evergreen's PTSA including membership form and volunteer information
  • New Family Registration Information and Forms needed to register a student who is new to LWSD and Evergreen.
  • LWSD For Parents Information Parents need about LWSD programs and policies