No, I don't. Many are taught about evolution. Some accept it as it is, whilst others still have many questions about it. Yes, it is true that evolution is considered theory, but like all theories, they ARE prone to be countered with contradicting evidence, especially if this evidence(s) was not discovered before. This is why, scientifically speaking, evolution theory is the most palpable of explanations to how life evolved on earth... THUS FAR(!!).
Regardless, atheism is not related to evolution. There are theists who believe it, just like there are atheists who don't believe it.
In my opinion, by all means explain what evolution theory is, why it's considered a theory, what's backing it up, etc., but NOT to spread atheism. As unlikely as it may seem, these two are really heterogeneous.
UPDATE: @┼ She ┼ You actually blocked me?? Why?! :(
Also, what question were you referring to in your comment down there?