EVSC Kicks Off Annual Campaign With Family Night at Romain Stadium




The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation is kicking off its first-ever Annual Campaign this year and the first event tied to the Campaign will be Friday night, with a Warrior Family Night at Harrison High School’s Romain Stadium at 5:45 p.m.


Harrison alumni Pat and Ben Shoulders will emcee the event and share with the crowd an easy way to support all the EVSC schools in the Harrison High School district, through the Warrior Family Annual Campaign. The event is designed for all alumni, parents of students, and supporters in the Warrior Family of the Harrison High School attendance district: Harrison High School, Plaza Park International Prep Academy and McGary Middle School, and Caze, Fairlawn, Hebron and Stockwell elementary schools.


Warrior fans are encouraged to follow the color theme, “white out,” to “paint” the stands with the color white in support of the home team.


“The Warrior Family Night will serve as a great opportunity for Harrison High School and Harrison district alumni to get together to show their support,” said Ben Shoulders. “And, it is a great kick-off event for the Warrior Annual Campaign that will ultimately raise money to support Harrison and its feeder schools to ensure schools are able to offer activities that help students reach their maximum potential.”


The annual campaign will be a fundraising event for each high school attendance district that will be conducted each fall in the EVSC.  The campaign will approach alumni, families of students, and supporters of EVSC schools for donations to help support activities of the schools.


“The EVSC is proud to offer a wide variety of opportunities for its students to excel in school… and in their futures,” said Pat Shoulders. “Additional funding for these opportunities is often needed and we know that our graduates and families love their alma maters and want to see these things continue for all students. We hope all will consider donating to keep the tradition of opportunities for students alive.”


Other annual campaign kick offs will include:

  • September 6: Bear Country Night at Central High School
  • September 13: Husky Nation night at North High School
  • October 18: The Mighty Reitz Nation night at Reitz High School
  • January 31, 2014: Bosse CommUNITY night at Bosse High School