1999 - 2000 -- Carl Evans

Carl Evans - Southeast Principal 1999-2000

Carl Evans has been a resident of Kansas City, Missouri, since 1962. He was educated in Kansas City Public Schools and graduated from Lincoln High School. Immediately following high school, Carl was drafted to the United States Army and served his country in the Viet Nam war.

Upon completing his tour of duty, he enrolled at UMKC where he earned a Bachelor's of Arts in History, a Masters in Administration and a Specialist degree in Administration.
After completing his formal education, Carl served the students of the Kansas City Public School System for 30 years before retiring in 2001. Over the years, he served as a teacher, student adjustment center coordinator, counselor, vice principal, program administrator and principal.
• Teacher - Chester Anderson Alternative School
• Student Adjustment Center Coordinator - Northeast High School
• Teacher - Westport Jr. High School.
• Counselor - Van Horn High School
• Vice Principal - Central High School
• Vice Principal - Paseo High School
• Administrator for the Law and Public Service Magnet - Northeast High School
• Principal - Northeast Middle School
• Principal - Southeast High School
• Principal - Paseo High School
• Principal - Westport High School

In 1985, Carl and Margaret Evans founded T-Shirt King, Inc. to fill the unmet need of providing schools, businesses and community organizations with screen-printed and embroidered apparel.
Carl is extremely committed to the community of Kansas City.
• NAACP - Co-Chair of the Education Committee
• Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. - Life Member
• Oak Park Neighborhood Association - Board Member
• Prospect Max Bus Line - Committee Member
• Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Heritage Center - Former Board Member
• Black Agenda Group - Education Committee
• Little League Baseball Coach
Carl currently resides in Kansas City, Missouri and is the father of Carl Evans II and Chris Evans and has six grand-children. He was first elected to the Kansas City Public School Board in 2011 and is seeking reelection in 2014.