"All Children Can Learn And We Make The Difference"

Evergreen Institute of Excellence empowers students to take charge of their education by connecting their individual needs and interests to a rigorous learning plan, thus creating responsible citizens, critical problem-solvers, and lifelong learners


Ms. Dumore

Ms. Mehr

Ms. Wendt

Ms. Coxey

Ms. Conley

Ms. Johnson

Ms. Greve

Fun Projects!

2017-2018 School Year Calendar

Printable 2017-2018 EIE School Calendar

Our future resource center has arrived!!! So excited for progress, we are one step closer to achieving occupancy. Crews will be putting this and another 6-pc classroom together tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wonderful resource -Khan Academy! Anyone interested in the challenge? Show us what you have EIE students. ... See MoreSee Less

Are you 13–18 years old and good at explaining math or science? You could win a $250,000 college scholarship! The Breakthrough Junior Challenge runs now through Oct. 1. Create a short video explaini...

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Upcoming Events

9/21/17 Skating Party 11:30am-1:00pm at Viking Skate Country (NO cost); this is a whole school event limited to current EIE families including grandparents

11/2/17 Redding Library Field Trip 9 am-10:30 am at 1100 Parkview Ave. Redding    RSVP through Parent Square

11/6/17 Hello Dolly! performance 11:30 am matinee at AUHS Performing Arts building $3 per seat fee, which needs to be prepaid – space is limited so must RSVP through Parent Square.  There are scholarships available if you would like to use Student-Buy Out.

11/9/17 WASC visit (details provided at a later date)

11/30/17 Cascade Christmas 11:00am – $5 per ticket fee for all attendees, which needs to be paid in advance.  Space is limited so please RSVP through Parent Square if you will be attending. Length of show is 1.5 hours.

School Newsletter

School Information & Notices

Evergreen Institute of Excellence Charter is now accepting enrollments for the 2017-2018 school year.

For more information, please contact us at:

(530) 347-3411 X 7370 or emai: ldumore@evergreenusd.org

EIE Charter Petition Material Revision 3-14-17 (here)

EIE Charter Petition 4-30-15 (here)

State & Federal Reporting Documents

Evergreen Institute of Excellence

District Enrollment Summary

Student Accident Insurance Information

Parent Resources

Resources for families that may be helpful- links to websites, tutorials, and student friendly supports.  Click here for the resources page

Tehama County Educational Support Services in partnership with SERFF will be hosting the attached Technology Classes for parents at the Tehama County Library in Red Bluff.  These classes will be from 6:00pm-7:30pm and attendees are asked to register online or by calling Kendra Tyler.  If you have any questions regarding Parent University please contact Kendra Tyler at: (530) 528-7378.

Parent University flyer

Advisory Council

Serving Counties- Butte, Glenn, Mendocino, Plumas, Shasta, Tehama, and Trinity

Students and parents representing grades TK-5 will be encouraged to explore subjects, classes, and projects of interest to ensure a more well-rounded, exciting learning experience. Students in grades 6-8 will be encouraged to begin developing the skills required to successfully complete the rigor of high school through Project and Inquiry Based Learning. Finally, high school students will continue to stretch themselves from where they are academically to successfully reaching specific goals set for each student towards a four-year college and established vocational programs.

Who We Are

Continuing in the Evergreen Union School District traditions – Evergreen Institute of Excellence offers TK-12 students sound, standards-based instruction within the flexibility of increased parental involvement coupled with state of the art standards based curriculum. Families remain key to the success of the school coupled with highly qualified teachers and sound standards based curriculum that meets the existing state standards. The teamwork that exists between the families, the community, the staff, and the students exemplifies an exceptional learning environment.

Evergreen Institute of Excellence relies on three critical elements to successfully educate the student that includes the parent, the student, and the highly qualified teacher. The parent educator and teacher develop the directional elements to help the student develop the personal learning tools to successfully complete the curriculum.
Students grades TK-12 typically have a strong parental leg of the triangle, with the teacher acting as a coach to the parent supporting curriculum selections and techniques. Students are empowered to seek out individual activities in order to expand their learning experiences.

This charter is an excellent fit for parents that determine homeschooling is the best option for their children and/or family and will be actively participating in their children’s education. Teachers and parents working together using appropriate resources will ensure each student maximizes achievement using the Common Core State Standards and California State Standards.

As illustrated in the above graphic, the Parent/Teacher/Student Triad is encompassed by Community, Business Partners, and Civic Involvement. These elements will allow students of Evergreen Institute of Excellence to be well rounded and better prepared for the 21st Century. Our Business Partners are open to job shadowing and internships, in addition to keeping us apprised about the skills and training needed in the every changing job market and career worlds.

Our Business Partners are open to job shadowing and internships, in addition to keeping us apprised about the skills and training needed in the every changing job market and career worlds. Our Community will share their expertise with our students to inspire innovation and creativity for real world applications. The Community is ready to partner with our students and develop mentorships to help navigate the next step in our students’ education. Civic Involvement is important for our students to be active participants in civic events, duties and work in order to see the larger picture of their world.