More than 100 students from Evans High School • A Community School volunteered to help with the annual Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida holiday food drop Dec. 19. “The food drop program, in its sixth year of operation, was started to ensure Orange County students have
Orlando Sentinel reporter Naseem Miller reported on the Pine Hills Wellness Program in a Dec. 17, 2015, article, Wellness Program in Pine Hills Aims to Improve Access to Care. The Pine Hills Wellness Program, a program of Children’s Home Society of Florida, has coaches who reach
Evans Community School recently received a surprise grant of $25,000 from the Orlando Magic Youth Fund. Learn more about the grant in a Feb. 22 WESH News 13 news report. Photo (left to right): Dan DeVos, chairman, Orlando Magic; Lesley Kennedy, senior program officer, McCormick Founda
Orlando Sentinel videographer Joshua Cruey recently visited Evans Wellness Cottage on the Evans High School campus to tape an introduction of the facility for the newspaper’s website. His video features commentary by Tasha Casaccio, a project manager with Central Florida Family
The nonprofit City Year Orlando has assigned a new team of volunteers to work with ninth-grade students at Evans High School during the 2013-14 academic year. The City Year corps members (photo) will assist the ninth graders during math, reading and language arts classes to help impro
Heart of Florida United Way’s 2013 LIVE UNITED celebration video includes two segments with members of Evans Community School. Watch the video at http://youtu.be/wJ6pt04pxik. At 0.09, you’ll see Enaris Inman (pictured above), volunteer programs coordinator for Evans Commun
Athletes, band members and dance team members at Evans now have access to free afternoon snacks thanks to the efforts of Fern Lefkowitz, a member of the local philanthropic group 100 Women Strong. Lefkowitz has been spearheading the placement of “Snax Centers” at Evans to
Evans High School • A Community Partnership School was established through a partnership among Orange County Public Schools, the University of Central Florida and Children's Home Society of Florida and receives support from many generous funders and contributors.