Have a Great Summer!!! ****** Summer School starts June 19th at North Elementary School- Look for letters to come home! ********** Have a Great Summer!!! ****** Summer School starts June 19th at North Elementary School- Look for letters to come home! **********
Kooper shaving Mr. Dastrup's head!
The Zaniac came to visit us at UME!
2016-17 Snow Hill fun on the Playground
A group of our young UME Readers!
Mrs. Robinette presents Award Certificates to our PACER Fitness Test Champs!
Geography Bee Participants 2016-17
Scarlet running with joy!
Friendly Young UME Readers!
Tyler earned enough Gotchas to cut Mr. Dastrup's tie!
UME Readers doing Zumba!
Geography Bee Top 5
5th Grade Student Council goes to BYU
PTA Box Top Winners 2016-17!
5th Grade Bee Keeper
Mr. Dastrup had to have pie in the face after the Walk-a-thon!
Evanston is nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Uinta Mountains at an elevation of 6,794 feet above sea level. The community is located on the banks of the winding Bear River in the far southwest corner of Wyoming. The growing city of approximately 12,000 people is the most southwesterly city in Wyoming. It is only three miles east of the Utah/Wyoming border and only an hour and a half away from Salt Lake City. Residents say Evanston's location is ideal in that it combines the advantages of living in a big city with the atmosphere of a small town. Precipitation averages 11.26 inches per year with a mean annual snowfall of 54.7 inches. For more information about what Evanston has to offer, call the Evanston Chamber of Commerce at 789-0370.
The Wyoming Department of Education will conduct community input meetings on Wyoming’s Social Studies Content and Performance Standards as they pertain to Wyoming’s new “American Indian education program” legislation.