Resources for Families & Learning Coaches - Evergreen Virtual Academy

Resources for Families & Learning Coaches

As a Learning Coach, you play a key role in your student’s educational experience, and we’re here to give you the support and tools you need to succeed. Learning Coaches have access to a variety of resources and programming within the Online School. We encourage you to take advantage of these resources, which are specifically designed to help you and your student make the transition to online learning and thrive within our school community.

Testing and Assessments

Learn why testing is important, what requirements exist, and access resources to prepare your student for state assessments

New Family Onboarding

New students and their families must complete the onboarding checklist during their first week of school. Visit this link for step-by-step instructions.

Online School Support

For technical questions about setting up, logging in, or using the online learning system, contact Tech Support.

Computer Support

Schedule a 30 minute onboarding call with our Tech Support partner to resolve laptops, hardware or connectivity issues.

Learning Coach Corner Newsletter

Your go-to resource for everything about being a Learning Coach. Upcoming trainings, Q&As, tips, tricks, and more.

Text Message Opt-Out

EVA provides important updates by text message. If you do not wish to receive text messages from EVA staff, please fill out this form to OPT OUT of receiving text messages

Parent Connect

Complete this form to allow EVA to share your information with other families so you can connect with fellow Learning Coaches for support and socialization.

Student Connect

Complete this form to allow EVA to share your student's information with fellow students who are opted in to Student Connect.

McKinney-Vento Program

The McKinney-Vento Act is a federal law guaranteeing all children and youth the right to an equal education, regardless of their living situation. Protection under the McKinney-Vento Act extends to those who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence.

Health Information


Oregon law requires that children enrolled in public school be adequately immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, polio, measles, mumps, rubella, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and varicella.

Immunization Annual Report

The state of Oregon requires annual reporting on school immunization rates.

March 2022 Reports