In the fall of 2018, Everman ISD employees showed their generous spirit and commitment to the students of Joe C Bean High School by contributing over $71,682. During the Foundation Employee Campaign. “The employees of Everman ISD chose to contribute in a big way to the future of Everman ISD students,” stated Janet Wynne, Foundation Co-Coordinator. “Their contributions covered all of the dual credit scholarships funded in the fall. What a great group of employees we have in Everman ISD.”  

The Everman ISD Education Foundation funds dual credit for all students who qualify during their high school years. During the fall, the Foundation provided $31,424. In dual credit scholarships to Joe C Bean High School students. The Foundation also funds mini-grants to teachers. 

Thank you, Everman ISD Employees, for raising the following scholarships through the employee campaign:

Bishop Elementary School 25 scholarships
E. Ray Elementary School 29 scholarships
Hommel Elementary School 27 scholarships
Souder Elementary School 21 scholarships
Townley Elementary School 26 scholarships
Powell Intermediate School 36 scholarships
Johnson Sixth Grade Campus 24 scholarships
Baxter Junior High School 43 scholarships
Joe C. Bean High School 49 scholarships
Academy High School 10 scholarships
Administration Building 27 scholarships
Admin Annex 16 scholarships
Food Services 21 scholarships
Maintenance,
Technology, and Transportation
10 scholarships


(One dual-credit scholarship has increased from $177 to $192.)