Mustang Booster Club
The Mustang Boosters serve the high school sports program in a number of voluntary ways at home athletic events, such as maintaining concessions, score keeping, announcing, and gate duties. The Mustang Boosters also sponsor an eighth grade basketball and volleyball tournament for elementary schools in our area. Additionally, the Mustang Boosters raise money to purchase sports items and equipment that could not otherwise be budgeted for, or afforded by the school.
Besides providing services to our students, the Mustang Boosters have been successful in awarding two $500 grants to graduating student athletes to help college expenses.
Mustang Boosters... "Dedicated to Academic and Athletic Excellence"
Music Booster Club
The Music Boosters are dedicated to the support of the district's music program, which includes the Band, Choir, Jazz Band, and Madrigals. The Music Boosters are called upon to serve in a number of ways: to chaperone trips for performances, to support fundraising efforts, and to purchase equipment not afforded by the school
Music Boosters..."Dedicated to Academic and Music Excellence" by being involved, by giving time and talent... the Boosters believe all students are served.
STamPede – Student, Teacher and Parent Booster Club
It is the purpose of the Student, Teacher and Parent Boosters (STamPede), formerly PTSA, to promote the welfare of the students attending Evergreen Park Community High School (EPCHS) in school and community; to bring into closer relation the home and school that parents/guardians and teachers may cooperate in the education of EPCHS students; to assist in projects through volunteers and financing.
With proceeds generated through fundraisers and member dues, we strive to provide the following:
- Scholarships to the EPCHS Scholarship Board
- Treats to all students in the Fall and Spring
- Staff Appreciation Week and Senior Picnic
Support children through EPCHS STamPede. Parents, teachers, staff and students are all welcome to join.
For more information: (708) 398-1236