The Giving Tree is located in the gym lobby. Take an ornament home and purchase a much needed baby or toddler item for our local Moms & Tots Center of Ellsworth. Return the gift to the Giving Tree by December 17th and the National Honor Society will turn the gifts into the center in time for the Christmas season!
Mrs. Stuck joined the English 12 classroom to do a Book Talk on one of her favorite historical fiction reads. Book Talks are a way for students learn what others like to read and helps expand their knowledge of book options and genres. Students can then check out the book or put it on their "Might Like to Read" list.
Students in Mrs. Speicher's 10th grade U.S. History class completed group research projects on aspects of the Civil War era. Some of the topics included prominent politicians, significant battles, everyday life of northerners and southerners, and the effects of the war. Students dressed up as politicians, created models, displayed primary source documents, and created posters for visuals!
Game ready for game day. Visit the EHS Student Council online spirit store and get your Lancer gear today; www.screenmaster.net/ellsworthlancerwear
ECS Update: Sorry for the confusion. Power is back on. Ellsworth Community School will be OPEN today.
The new Gaga Ball game at the elementary is a huge hit. Thanks to Ruben OviedoDelgado for constructing it for us!
ECS Update: ECS will once again be offering free after school homework help for students in grades 6-12 starting next week (Tuesday, September 11.) Pre-registration is required. Please see the attached form for more details; http://5il.co/4prw
VENUE CHANGE: The baseball picnic has been moved to the High School Cafeteria for tonight, starting at 6PM. Don't forget your dish to pass!
The ECS robotics team is getting ready to compete in the State Championships at SVSU over the next three days in the DTE Energy division. For more info, visit http://www.firstinmichigan.org/
ECS Update: Please see the attached opportunity for students to attend this summer's "College for Kids" at NCMC in Petoskey. Registration opens Monday, April 9. http://5il.co/340p
ECS will be holding registration for free preschool for the 2018/19 school year on Fri., April 6 in the elementary school. Please call 231-588-2544 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Sports Update: Attention parents. Please see the attached flyer for information about the 4th Annual Lancer Softball Camp; http://5il.co/2zd5
ECS Update: This is an excellent summer learning opportunity for students in grades 8-11. http://5il.co/2x00
Attention Parents: Don't miss this local opportunity to visit with more than 40 colleges and universities on Wednesday, March 14 from 6-7:30 at Charlevoix Middle/High School; http://5il.co/2x2p
ECS Reminder: Don't miss the middle school Science Fair taking place this week during Parent-Teacher conferences in the ECS Middle/High School Commons. http://5il.co/2w7l
ECS Closed: Due to icy road conditions Ellsworth Community School will be closed today, Wednesday, February 21. Have a safe day.
ECS Closed: Due to icy road conditions Ellsworth Community School will be closed today, Tuesday, February 20. Have a safe day.
The Ellsworth Community School Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 5:00 p.m. on February 5th in the Superintendent's Office at 9467 Park Street, Ellsworth, MI 49729.
ECS Sports Update: Parents tomorrow (Saturday, January 27) elementary basketball will be playing in Alba, NOT Vanderbilt as previously scheduled. Games begin at 9:00, players should arrive by 8:30.
Sports Update: The Girls JV & Varsity basketball game against Grand Traverse Academy has been cancelled for tonight.
ECS Sports Update: Tonight's boys and girls basketball games have been canceled. The boys/girls varsity games are rescheduled for February 19. The boys JV game is rescheduled for February 8.
ECS Parents: Don't forget to attend this evenings middle/high school Christmas Band Concert at 6:00 p.m. in the high school gym.
ECS Parents: Don't forget to attend this evenings elementary Christmas Concert at 6:00 p.m. in the high school gym.
Check out the TV 7&4 video and article from last night's ceremony honoring the CL-E football team. https://tinyurl.com/y9js6ttf
Lancer Athletics: Come cheer on the JV and Varsity Boys Basketball teams as they take on Central Lake this evening. The JV game starts at 5:30.
Lancer Athletics: Come cheer on the Girls JV and Varsity basketball teams this evening as they host Alanson (JV game starts at 5:30)
Lancer Athletics: Come cheer on the Boys JV and Varsity basketball teams this evening as they host Alanson (JV game starts at 5:30)
ECS Parents: Middle/high school first semester exams are scheduled for Wed., Dec. 20-Fri., Dec. 22. The schedule can be found at http://5il.co/2hhz
Lancer Athletics: Come cheer on the Boys JV and Varsity basketball teams this evening as they host Wolverine (JV game starts at 5:30)
Lancer Athletics: Come cheer on the Lady Lancer basketball teams this evening as they travel to Central Lake to take on the Trojans (JV game starts at 6:00).
Here’s what’s happening this week in Middle School; https://www.smore.com/2m0wt-ms-newsletter?ref=email
The EHS "Giving Tree" is located in the lobby near the gym. Please take an ornament home from the Christmas tree and purchase a much needed baby or toddler item for our local Moms & Tots Center of Ellsworth. Return the unwrapped gift to the Giving Tree by December 19th and the National Honor Society will turn the gifts into the center in time for the Christmas season.
This morning secondary students spent time in their houses doing an activity designed by Mr. Dziadosz called Telestrations. The students had fun laughing and getting to know each other better.
Make plans to attens the middle/high school band concert this evening (Wednesday, November 11) at 6:00 p.m. in the high school gym.
Ellsworth FFA members are attending the 90th National FFA Convention and Expo this week in Indianapolis, IN. The members are attending student leadership workshops and sessions, and learning about agricultural careers. These Ellsworth students are networking with ag industry leaders and over 65, 000 fellow members from all across the United States.