Whether it’s in the classroom, after-school or online, Evanston youth now have one place to go to explore what’s possible based on their interests. Select what you like to do and what career you want to have and start your learning journey. Be it an online coding game, a program at Evanston Public Library, a free event at ETHS, or a special project within your science class, EL3 offers a variety of engaging opportunities.
EL3 is a collaboration between Evanston-Skokie School District 65, Northwestern's Digital Youth Network and Evanston's out-of-school organizations. As an online learning platform, EL3 is a space where you can build your "digital backpack" to show what you have learned and what you can do—to friends, teachers, or parents.
Featured This Week
The following are flyers and brochures from District 65 schools and organizations that have been approved for District 65’s Digital Backpack. To learn more about the Digital Backpack, click here.
The Digital Backpack is updated weekly and contains approved program and event information from District 65 schools as well as organizations serving the communities of Evanston and Skokie.
Two one week-long camps to introduce the sport of rowing to rising 6th-8th gr...
Jul 12-Jul 23North Channel Community Rowing
Calling all Environmental Warriors!
Quest 4 Earth ha...
Apr 04-May 31Tiz Media Foundation
The McGaw YMCA Summer Camp Guide is now available on our website! Be sure to che...
May 28-Sep 13McGaw YMCA
The Coded Beats Club for middle and high school students combines elements of mu...
Mar 24-May 27Evanston Public Library
Audition for our spring outdoor season! We have three shows - Pomegranate, Pr...
Mar 21-Jun 13Mudlark Theater
Spring Team GPS for girls grades 4-8, takes place over six consecutive Sunday...
Apr 11-May 23Girls Play Sports
Dear Evanston Community,
As spring approaches, I wanted to share some informati...
Mar 03-Mar 31Evanston Youth Lacrosse
Ida B Wells’s story is more resonant today than ever. Wells’s life’s work ...
Mar 28-Mar 28Frances Willard House Museum
Now, parents can see their child’s portfolio of program participation and view any of their uploaded creations.
Parents will also be able to view their child’s profile, highlighting their interests and any earned badges that recognize their new proven skills.
Our learning ecosystem in Evanston depends upon all schools, programs and educators to work together to provide engaging and accessible learning opportunities.
View the listing and link to connect to organizations that together make Evanston a community where everyone can learn.