Recent Events

January 2016


Mrs. Goslee’s 6th grade science class has been studying about Soil and Weathering. They are weathering rocks and making sediment through mechanical and chemical processes involving vinegar, water, freezing, thawing, and shaking rocks in bottles.

Algebra Snow Sculptures

On Friday, Mrs. VanderHart’s Algebra 2 class took their study of the Properties of Logarithms outdoors. Students were challenged to choose a property and make a 3-D snow sculpture with it. Students were given advance […]

September 2015

Senior Citizen Sports Pass

ECS is offering free senior citizen season athletics passes. Passes, available to all Ellsworth Community School District residents 62 years or older, can be picked up at the high school office, the Front Porch Cafe, […]

Thank You!

ECS would like to say a huge “Thank You” to the Village of Ellsworth and it’s staff for the use of the Ellsworth Sports Park and the time and resources invested in preparing the grounds […]


The caterpillars are here! The 1st graders are studying animal life cycles again this year and are able to see the cycle in action as they raise Monarch caterpillars. Thanks to teacher Mrs. Diebold for […]

Cross Country

Congratulations to the boys and girls Cross Country teams for each winning the small schools division of the annual ECS House on the Hill Invitational.

A special thank you goes out to Brian Certa, Kirk Ikens, […]

Little Lancers Preschool

The Ellsworth Elementary Little Lancers preschool program got underway for the 2015/16 school year this past week. Teachers Ms. Miller and Mrs. Essenberg have 16 outstanding new four year old students who are all excited […]

Cross Country

Congratulations to the ECS Cross-County team for winning the small school division of the Boyne City Coed Relay Invitational. The tandem of Cole Essenberg and Addie Nagel finished 15th overall, Lani Sundelius and Lucas Veldboom […]

Mrs. Wizard

Mrs. Wizard, a.k.a. Mrs. Ruis, visited the Ellsworth Elementary kindergarten classroom this afternoon to teach the students about layering liquids such as oil and water. Thanks Mrs. Wizard!


Congratulations to the ECS Volleyball teams on their victories over Wolverine.  GO LANCERS!