Mission Statement

The Evansville Community School District, in active partnership with families and the community, provides a positive learning environment that challenges all students to achieve personal excellence and become contributing citizens of the world community. Adopted 2/10/2003

Vision Statement

Creating a culture of excellence in:

  • Academic achievement
  • Character development
  • Pursuit of arts, athletics, and other activities
  • Community engagement
  • Highly effective staff

The Evansville Community School District is a district of approximately 1,854 students. We take pride in our small class sizes, our focus on the child as an individual, our comprehensive approach to academics, fine arts, physical fitness and technology integration, and most importantly, a safe, caring, and inclusive learning environment.

Who do I contact with general questions about the District? Mr. Jerry Roth, District Administrator, 882-3386, or Ms. Kelly Mosher, District Administrative Assistant, 882-3387, are available to answer your questions.

My child has special needs. Who do I contact? Director of Student Services, Ms. Janessa Katzenberger, 882-3391.

How do I register my children? Register all family members at our school district office at 340 Fair Street. You will be able to pay all fees and set up a family meal account with one stop. Even if your child(ren) are not yet of school age, please register, we can include you in our census and future enrollment information. 

Information About Our District

How can I get involved in the schools? Contact the principal to volunteer or arrange a visit. Each building includes parents on its site management team. Active PTO’s, music and sports booster programs provide many extras for our schools and community.

What athletic programs do you have? Mr. Brian Cashore is our athletic director, 882-3506. We offer a variety of interscholastic athletic programs in grades 7-12. Sports calendars and results are posted on the District website.

Do you have a school meal program? We offer breakfast and lunch programs. All families have a meal account that operates like a checking account. Students access the funds deposited in the account with an ID number.

School Performance Data: Students in the Evansville Community School District score at or above the state average in the state assessments and Advanced Placement testing.The Department of Public Instruction provides public access to academic performance data on the WISEdash Public Portal. You can use the data analysis tools to look at how students perform on the PALS Literacy Assessment, (4K-2), FORWARD Exam, (3–8), ACT ASPIRE, (9 and 10), ACT, (11th grade), and Advanced Placement testing. You can gain information about state standards, and compare our school performance to others. In addition, the Evansville Community School District and its schools either meet or exceed the state expectations for public schools. The Department of Public Instruction provides public access to Evansville school report cards

Does the District provide before/after school care? Private providers operate out of our Grove campus. Kids Korner, 882-6672, provides before and after school care at Theodore Robinson. Evansville Kids Connection, 882-5918, provides after school care at Levi Leonard. Both offer summer programs.

Can we use open enrollment to have our children attend Evansville Schools? The open enrollment process is open from February – April for the following school year. The Department of Public Instruction provides public access on open enrollment. If you have further questions, please contact Ms. Linda Gard, 882-3385.