This week, our Eagles battled Mother Nature as much as they did our opponents! After some early week inclement weather, our Spring sports teams got back on track. Late week contests were highlighted by our Boys Tennis team defeating Hilliard Weaver and Pickerington Ridgeview to run their overall record to 4-0! Great job, boys.Hopefully, next week the weather will break, and our Eagles can set up for a great stretch run. We have a full slate of games listed below. We are especially looking forward to all of our teams competing in their respective Dublin Classics!
Softball @ Dublin Karrer MS (5:00pm)
Boys Lacrosse @ Olentangy Liberty MS (5:30pm- Varsity full game; 6:45pm- Reserve half game)
Girls Lacrosse vs. Olentangy Liberty MS (5:30pm- Varsity game only)
Baseball @ Delaware Dempsey MS (5:30pm @ Lincoln Field- 380 W Lincoln Ave Delaware, OH 43015)
Softball @ Dublin Grizzell MS (5:00pm)
Track and Field vs. Marysville Bunsold MS (5:00pm)
Boys Tennis vs. Dublin Sells (5:00pm)
Boys Lacrosse vs. Olentangy Hyatts MS (5:30pm- Varsity full game; 6:45pm- Reserve half game)
Girls Lacrosse @ Olentangy Liberty MS (5:30pm- Varsity game only)
Baseball (Reserve) vs. Dublin Grizzell MS (5:00pm)
Softball @ Marysville Bunsold MS (5:00pm)
Boys Tennis @ New Albany MS (5:30pm)
Track and Field @ Dublin Classic (5:00pm @ Eversole Run MS)
Baseball @ Dublin Classic (vs. TBD at 5:00pm @ Eversole Run MS)
Baseball @ Dublin Classic (vs. TBD at TBD @ Dublin Coffman HS)
Softball vs. Dublin Sells MS (9:00am @ Dublin Coffman HS)
Softball vs. Dublin Davis MS (2:00pm @ Dublin Coffman HS)
Boys Tennis @ Dublin Classic (9:00am @ Dublin Coffman HS)
Girls Lacrosse @ Dublin Classic (vs. TBD at 9:00am @ Dublin Jerome HS)
Boys Lacrosse @ Dublin Classic (vs. TBD at 12:00pm @ Dublin Jerome HS)
Thank you to all parents and students for your positive support of Eagle athletics!
Apr. 27: Drama Club Talent Show, 7pm (Commons)
May 11: SOARing Showcase, 6pm (Related Arts)
May 13: DCS Dodgeball Tournament, 7pm (Scioto High School)
May 17: 6th & 7th Gr. Band Concert, 7pm (ERMS Gymnasium)
May 18: Spring Orchestra Concert, 7pm (ERMS Gymnasium)
May 19: 8th Gr. Band Concert, 7pm (ERMS Gymnasium)
May 26: 8th Gr. Dinner/Dance, 6:15pm
May 27: Last Day of School (AM Only)
Food Truck Friday! (April 29th)
Eversole is hosting a track invitational on Friday, April 29th, so take a break from cooking and enjoy mediterranean food from Zaki Grill! The Zaki Food Truck will be at Eversole from 4-7pm on 4/29. Stop by or order ahead and support the PTO!
Check it out at www.streetfoodfinder.com/zakigrill
8th Grade End of Year Celebrations
The 8th graders have a fun week planned with events sprinkled through the final week of school to celebrate the INAUGURAL 8th grade class of Eversole Run.
Schedule for the last week of school:
Tuesday, May 24th – Pancake Breakfast (during school hours)
Wednesday, May 25th – Field Day (lots of volunteers needed, during school hours)
Thursday, May 26th 9:00am – 8th Grade Awards Ceremony (parents encouraged to attend) – Students encouraged to dress nicely for the ceremony (dress, skirt, shirt & tie, dress pants, etc.)
Thursday, May 26th 6:15pm-9:00pm- 8th grade STUDENT ONLY Dinner/Dance – Have your kids mark their calendar for a special evening just for them!
If you are interested in purchasing a yearbook you can do so here by searching our school’s name and then your child’s name! Yearbooks are $35 and will be delivered in the Fall to Eversole or Jerome. The deadline for ordering online is Friday, April 29th. Thank you for your support of our first ever ERMS Yearbook!
Eversole Run Brick Courtyard Fundraiser
Calling all Eagles! Purchase your personalized brick for the new Eversole Run Eagle’s Nest Courtyard!
The Eversole Run Middle School PTO is excited to announce the kick off of an exciting new fundraiser! The ERMS PTO will commemorate the inaugural year of Eversole Run Middle School with the installation of a brick paver courtyard that links the school building to the athletic fields.
Leave your mark at ERMS by ordering a personalized brick paver to be installed in the Eagles Nest Courtyard. These quality brick pavers are a unique and meaningful way to celebrate your student, alumni, their team, club, organization, business and teachers with a personalized tribute that is forever set in stone.
In addition to your child’s name, you can engrave special dedications, team names, graduation year, and other words of wisdom that will carry on in our school for generations to come! Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to be a permanent part of Eversole Run Middle School.
4×8 bricks are $100 and can have up to 3 lines with up to 18 characters per line! 8 x 8 bricks are $150 and have up to 6 lines with up to 18 characters per line. Families are welcome to purchase multiple bricks. Proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to support ERMS PTO students and staff activities.
Order your brick directly at:
Sale Ends May 20, 2022
Courtyard Installation will take place Summer 2022
Eversole Run Spirit Wear
Do you need to update or add to your Eversole Run spirit wear? Shop the Dublin Spirit Wear link to freshen up your closet!
Be Well set for April 30
Be Well will feature free informational sessions for parents and community members focused on student and family mental health and well-being. Our registration window is now open! Click here to register for sessions you would like to attend on April 30.
DYA Seeking Feedback
Dublin Youth Athletics is seeking feedback about youth sports in Dublin.
The Dublin City Schools dodgeball tournament is on May 13 at Coffman stadium and will benefit Honor Flight. Tickets are now on sale! Click here for details about the tournament and to purchase tickets.
Women’s Health and Education Panel Sponsored by the DJHS Girl Up Club
Girl Up is a United Nations Campaign dedicated to the global empowerment of girls on the education, health, and awareness front. On behalf of the club, you are invited to attend our very first Women’s Health and Education Panel! All are welcome including students, educators, parents, professionals, and anyone who wants to attend. This event will take place on April 23rd at the Muirfield Country Club from 6:00 – 8:00 PM.
In recent years, we have seen increasing relevance of topics such as a school’s roles in girls’ education, girls’ mental health in sports, and how we can cultivate political involvement in our female-identifying students. With the help of our expert panelists and leaders in the field of education and sociology, we will be answering questions such as: What are the best ways parents can promote confidence in their daughters? It is proven that girls are less likely to participate in higher-level math and science classes. What can parents and teachers do to prevent this? How do culture and socioeconomic status impact this? What are some myths and misconceptions most parents have about instilling confidence in girls? And lastly, in sports, what are the signs of abuse, specifically emotional abuse, that parents and athletes should be aware of? We’ll have open and candid discussions about work-life balance, flexibility, resilience, burnout, anxieties, strengths, and failures in the context of students, in addition to a discussion about women’s issues. We’ll learn about actual diversity and the challenges that come with bringing it to our community.