The Ellsworth Gift Box Program will serve families living within the geographic area of the Ellsworth School District. This program is a result of many community volunteers who have committed their time and energy to help families during the holidays. The Ellsworth School Foundation and Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services will aid the program. Sponsors Needed Individuals or groups who would like to sponsor a family are encouraged to fill out the form (which can be found to the right) or at the Ellsworth Public Library and return it to the program coordinators by fax, mail, or email (EllsworthGiftBoxProgram@gmail.com). Any monetary donations should be made to the Ellsworth School Foundation/Gift Box Program. We already have 30-plus families who have applied for 2023, and we usually serve 70-80 families. Applications for Assistance are Available Families/Individuals who would like to be sponsored should fill out an application (which can be found to the right) or be available at any district building. Applications should be returned no later than November 9th to the program to allow time to be matched with a sponsor. These can be emailed, faxed, or mailed to the Gift Box Office, and will be followed up by a phone call. https://www.ellsworth.k12.wi.us/page/gift-box-program
25 days ago, ECSD Admin
The Ellsworth Gift Box Program will serve families living within the geographic area of the Ellsworth School District. This program is a result of many community volunteers who have committed their time and energy to help families during the holidays.  The Ellsworth School Foundation and Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services will aid the program.  Sponsors Needed Individuals or groups who would like to sponsor a family are encouraged to fill out the form (which can be found to the right) or at the Ellsworth Public Library and return it to the program coordinators by fax, mail, or email (EllsworthGiftBoxProgram@gmail.com). Any monetary donations should be made to the Ellsworth School Foundation/Gift Box Program.  We already have 30-plus families who have applied for 2023, and we usually serve 70-80 families.    Applications for Assistance are Available Families/Individuals who would like to be sponsored should fill out an application (which can be found to the right) or be available at any district building. Applications should be returned no later than November 9th to the program to allow time to be matched with a sponsor. These can be emailed, faxed, or mailed to the Gift Box Office, and will be followed up by a phone call.  https://www.ellsworth.k12.wi.us/page/gift-box-program
The sixth grade students looked at the differences between plant and cells with the new microscopes!
26 days ago, ECSD Admin
The sixth grade students looked at the differences between plant and cells with the new microscopes!
The sixth grade students looked at the differences between plant and cells with the new microscopes!
The sixth grade students looked at the differences between plant and cells with the new microscopes!
The sixth grade students looked at the differences between plant and cells with the new microscopes!
SHOW TIME!!!!! Online Tickets can be found at https://gofan.co/app/school/WI19699 We can't wait to see you at Footloose: The Musical! **Tickets can still be purchased at the door the night of or in the high school office** **** Tickets sold at the door will only be Cash/Check only****
26 days ago, ECSD Admin
Virtual Tickets can be found at https://gofan.co/app/school/WI19699  We can't wait to see you at Footloose: The Musical!  **Tickets can still be purchased at the door the night of or in the high school office**
School pictures taken at ELLSWORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL on 10/24/2023 are now available for parents to view and order online. Please help spread the word by copying and pasting this info onto your school’s website, social media, emails from teachers or administrators to parents, your school’s newsletter, etc. -------------------------------------------- School Pictures are Ready! View and order at https://shop.jostenspix.com/login ELLSWORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Event Code: FE148823 Also Needed: Infinite Campus Unique Student ID
27 days ago, ECSD Admin
School pictures taken at ELLSWORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL on 10/24/2023 are now available for parents to view and order online. Please help spread the word by copying and pasting this info onto your school’s website, social media, emails from teachers or administrators to parents, your school’s newsletter, etc.  --------------------------------------------  School Pictures are Ready!  View and order at https://shop.jostenspix.com/login  ELLSWORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Event Code: FE148823 Also Needed: Infinite Campus Unique Student ID
Winter Athletic Code Meeting Thursday, November 9th at 6:30pm in the HS IMC/Library Student-athletes and a parent/guardian are required to attend one code meeting a year. If you attended the fall code meeting in August, you do not need to attend this meeting.
27 days ago, ECSD Admin
Winter Athletic Code Meeting Thursday, November 9th at 6:30pm in the HS IMC/Library Student-athletes and a parent/guardian are required to attend one code meeting a year. If you attended the fall code meeting in August, you do not need to attend this meeting.
🏀 Job Opportunity: Girls JV Basketball Coach 🏀 🌟 Ellsworth Community School District is on the lookout for a passionate and dedicated Girls JV Basketball Coach to join our team! 🌟 🗓️ Season Start Date: Monday If you have a love for the game, a commitment to player development, and the ability to inspire and motivate young athletes, we want to hear from you! 📌 How to Apply: Interested candidates can apply online at https://wecan.waspa.org/Vacancy/190786 or reach out directly to Mr. Haglund, our Athletic Director. 📧 Contact Information: Mr. Haglund, Athletic Director 📧 Email: haglundk@ellsworth.k12.wi.us Join us in shaping the future of our student-athletes and contributing to a positive and thriving basketball program at ECSD!
27 days ago, ECSD Admin
https://wecan.waspa.org/Vacancy/190786
No Lion our own Kari Preston is a wizard when it comes to creations!!! How cute are these pumpkins!!!
29 days ago, ECSD Admin
No Lion our own Kari Preston is a wizard when it comes to creations!!!
Please join us for our Annual Veterans Day Program on November 10th at 9am at Ellsworth Middle School.
29 days ago, ECSD Admin
Please join us for our Annual Veterans Day Program on November 11th at 9am at Ellsworth Middle School.
Updated Inclement Weather Policy for PKC. https://5il.co/r7kq
30 days ago, ECSD Admin
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Mrs. Klecker's Anatomy and Physiology got to dissect sheep brains!!
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
Anatomy and Physiology got to dissect sheep brains today!!
Anatomy and Physiology got to dissect sheep brains today!!
Anatomy and Physiology got to dissect sheep brains today!!
Anatomy and Physiology got to dissect sheep brains today!!
Anatomy and Physiology got to dissect sheep brains today!!
Online Tickets can be found at https://gofan.co/app/school/WI19699 We can't wait to see you at Footloose: The Musical! **Tickets can still be purchased at the door the night of or in the high school office**
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
Virtual Tickets can be found at https://gofan.co/app/school/WI19699  For step-by-step instructions on how to purchase our ONLINE tickets please go to https://drive.google.com/.../1ynQ.../view...  We can't wait to see you at Footloose: The Musical!
EES Student ended Red Ribbon Week with KINDNESS! All students wrote a kind word or action and added it to our kindness tree.
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
EES Student ended Red Ribbon Week with KINDNESS! All students wrote a kind word or action and added it to our kindness tree.
To register or if you have questions please contact one of our PAC Night Leaders. Melinda Casper casperm@ellsworth.k12.wi.us 715-273-3911 Nancy Huntley huntleyn@ellsworth.k12.wi.us 715-273-3911 Olivia Carlson carlsono@ellsworth.k12.wi.us 715-273-3912
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
PAC Night
It sounds like the Respect Retreat organized by Youth Frontiers for EHS sophomores was a valuable experience. These types of events can have a positive impact on students by creating awareness about the importance of respect and encouraging a positive and inclusive school culture. The retreat included various activities and discussions aimed at promoting respect among students. Students engaged in team-building exercises, discussions on communication and empathy, and other activities designed to foster a sense of community and understanding. Events like the Respect Retreat contribute to creating a school environment where students feel safe, supported, and valued. The lessons and experiences gained during such retreats can have a lasting impact, influencing students' behavior and attitudes in their daily interactions. Thank you to Youth Frontiers and EHS Mentors for a great day!!!
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
It sounds like the Respect Retreat organized by Youth Frontiers for EHS sophomores was a valuable experience. These types of events can have a positive impact on students by creating awareness about the importance of respect and encouraging a positive and inclusive school culture.  The retreat likely included various activities and discussions aimed at promoting respect among students. Participants may have engaged in team-building exercises, discussions on communication and empathy, and other activities designed to foster a sense of community and understanding.  The focus on challenging students to respect themselves and others is particularly important, as it helps in building a foundation for positive interpersonal relationships. It encourages students to recognize the value of treating others with kindness and consideration while also fostering a sense of self-respect.  Events like the Respect Retreat contribute to creating a school environment where students feel safe, supported, and valued. The lessons and experiences gained during such retreats can have a lasting impact, influencing students' behavior and attitudes in their daily interactions.
It sounds like the Respect Retreat organized by Youth Frontiers for EHS sophomores was a valuable experience. These types of events can have a positive impact on students by creating awareness about the importance of respect and encouraging a positive and inclusive school culture.  The retreat likely included various activities and discussions aimed at promoting respect among students. Participants may have engaged in team-building exercises, discussions on communication and empathy, and other activities designed to foster a sense of community and understanding.  The focus on challenging students to respect themselves and others is particularly important, as it helps in building a foundation for positive interpersonal relationships. It encourages students to recognize the value of treating others with kindness and consideration while also fostering a sense of self-respect.  Events like the Respect Retreat contribute to creating a school environment where students feel safe, supported, and valued. The lessons and experiences gained during such retreats can have a lasting impact, influencing students' behavior and attitudes in their daily interactions.
It sounds like the Respect Retreat organized by Youth Frontiers for EHS sophomores was a valuable experience. These types of events can have a positive impact on students by creating awareness about the importance of respect and encouraging a positive and inclusive school culture.  The retreat likely included various activities and discussions aimed at promoting respect among students. Participants may have engaged in team-building exercises, discussions on communication and empathy, and other activities designed to foster a sense of community and understanding.  The focus on challenging students to respect themselves and others is particularly important, as it helps in building a foundation for positive interpersonal relationships. It encourages students to recognize the value of treating others with kindness and consideration while also fostering a sense of self-respect.  Events like the Respect Retreat contribute to creating a school environment where students feel safe, supported, and valued. The lessons and experiences gained during such retreats can have a lasting impact, influencing students' behavior and attitudes in their daily interactions.
It sounds like the Respect Retreat organized by Youth Frontiers for EHS sophomores was a valuable experience. These types of events can have a positive impact on students by creating awareness about the importance of respect and encouraging a positive and inclusive school culture.  The retreat likely included various activities and discussions aimed at promoting respect among students. Participants may have engaged in team-building exercises, discussions on communication and empathy, and other activities designed to foster a sense of community and understanding.  The focus on challenging students to respect themselves and others is particularly important, as it helps in building a foundation for positive interpersonal relationships. It encourages students to recognize the value of treating others with kindness and consideration while also fostering a sense of self-respect.  Events like the Respect Retreat contribute to creating a school environment where students feel safe, supported, and valued. The lessons and experiences gained during such retreats can have a lasting impact, influencing students' behavior and attitudes in their daily interactions.
It sounds like the Respect Retreat organized by Youth Frontiers for EHS sophomores was a valuable experience. These types of events can have a positive impact on students by creating awareness about the importance of respect and encouraging a positive and inclusive school culture.  The retreat likely included various activities and discussions aimed at promoting respect among students. Participants may have engaged in team-building exercises, discussions on communication and empathy, and other activities designed to foster a sense of community and understanding.  The focus on challenging students to respect themselves and others is particularly important, as it helps in building a foundation for positive interpersonal relationships. It encourages students to recognize the value of treating others with kindness and consideration while also fostering a sense of self-respect.  Events like the Respect Retreat contribute to creating a school environment where students feel safe, supported, and valued. The lessons and experiences gained during such retreats can have a lasting impact, influencing students' behavior and attitudes in their daily interactions.
It sounds like the Respect Retreat organized by Youth Frontiers for EHS sophomores was a valuable experience. These types of events can have a positive impact on students by creating awareness about the importance of respect and encouraging a positive and inclusive school culture.  The retreat likely included various activities and discussions aimed at promoting respect among students. Participants may have engaged in team-building exercises, discussions on communication and empathy, and other activities designed to foster a sense of community and understanding.  The focus on challenging students to respect themselves and others is particularly important, as it helps in building a foundation for positive interpersonal relationships. It encourages students to recognize the value of treating others with kindness and consideration while also fostering a sense of self-respect.  Events like the Respect Retreat contribute to creating a school environment where students feel safe, supported, and valued. The lessons and experiences gained during such retreats can have a lasting impact, influencing students' behavior and attitudes in their daily interactions.
It sounds like the Respect Retreat organized by Youth Frontiers for EHS sophomores was a valuable experience. These types of events can have a positive impact on students by creating awareness about the importance of respect and encouraging a positive and inclusive school culture.  The retreat likely included various activities and discussions aimed at promoting respect among students. Participants may have engaged in team-building exercises, discussions on communication and empathy, and other activities designed to foster a sense of community and understanding.  The focus on challenging students to respect themselves and others is particularly important, as it helps in building a foundation for positive interpersonal relationships. It encourages students to recognize the value of treating others with kindness and consideration while also fostering a sense of self-respect.  Events like the Respect Retreat contribute to creating a school environment where students feel safe, supported, and valued. The lessons and experiences gained during such retreats can have a lasting impact, influencing students' behavior and attitudes in their daily interactions.
Mrs Zierl’s kindergarten class has been in writing officer training learning how to patrol their sentences. After they write, they put on their hats and patrol for capital letters, spaces between words, and punctuation. After lots of hard work, they have graduated patrol training and are set to edit their writing.
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
Mrs Zierl’s kindergarten class has been in writing officer training learning how to patrol their sentences. After they write, they put on their hats and patrol for capital letters, spaces between words, and punctuation. After lots of hard work, they have graduated patrol training and are set to edit their writing.
Mrs Zierl’s kindergarten class has been in writing officer training learning how to patrol their sentences. After they write, they put on their hats and patrol for capital letters, spaces between words, and punctuation. After lots of hard work, they have graduated patrol training and are set to edit their writing.
Mrs Zierl’s kindergarten class has been in writing officer training learning how to patrol their sentences. After they write, they put on their hats and patrol for capital letters, spaces between words, and punctuation. After lots of hard work, they have graduated patrol training and are set to edit their writing.
Mrs Zierl’s kindergarten class has been in writing officer training learning how to patrol their sentences. After they write, they put on their hats and patrol for capital letters, spaces between words, and punctuation. After lots of hard work, they have graduated patrol training and are set to edit their writing.
Mrs Zierl’s kindergarten class has been in writing officer training learning how to patrol their sentences. After they write, they put on their hats and patrol for capital letters, spaces between words, and punctuation. After lots of hard work, they have graduated patrol training and are set to edit their writing.
Mrs Zierl’s kindergarten class has been in writing officer training learning how to patrol their sentences. After they write, they put on their hats and patrol for capital letters, spaces between words, and punctuation. After lots of hard work, they have graduated patrol training and are set to edit their writing.
Mrs Zierl’s kindergarten class has been in writing officer training learning how to patrol their sentences. After they write, they put on their hats and patrol for capital letters, spaces between words, and punctuation. After lots of hard work, they have graduated patrol training and are set to edit their writing.
8th-grade students visited Historic Fort Snelling today. They learned the stories of this important place with its military fort and surrounding area, home to a wide history that includes Native peoples, trade, soldiers, enslaved people, and immigrants. They explored the Plank Museum & Visitor Center inside a rehabilitated 1904 cavalry barracks and experienced expanded outdoor learning opportunities with stunning river overlooks.
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
Historic Fort Snelling The stories of place! Learn the stories of this important place with its military fort and surrounding area, home to a wide history that includes Native peoples, trade, soldiers, enslaved people, and immigrants. Explore the new Plank Museum & Visitor Center inside a rehabilitated 1904 cavalry barracks and experience expanded outdoor learning opportunities with stunning river overlooks.
Historic Fort Snelling The stories of place! Learn the stories of this important place with its military fort and surrounding area, home to a wide history that includes Native peoples, trade, soldiers, enslaved people, and immigrants. Explore the new Plank Museum & Visitor Center inside a rehabilitated 1904 cavalry barracks and experience expanded outdoor learning opportunities with stunning river overlooks.
Historic Fort Snelling The stories of place! Learn the stories of this important place with its military fort and surrounding area, home to a wide history that includes Native peoples, trade, soldiers, enslaved people, and immigrants. Explore the new Plank Museum & Visitor Center inside a rehabilitated 1904 cavalry barracks and experience expanded outdoor learning opportunities with stunning river overlooks.
Historic Fort Snelling The stories of place! Learn the stories of this important place with its military fort and surrounding area, home to a wide history that includes Native peoples, trade, soldiers, enslaved people, and immigrants. Explore the new Plank Museum & Visitor Center inside a rehabilitated 1904 cavalry barracks and experience expanded outdoor learning opportunities with stunning river overlooks.
Historic Fort Snelling The stories of place! Learn the stories of this important place with its military fort and surrounding area, home to a wide history that includes Native peoples, trade, soldiers, enslaved people, and immigrants. Explore the new Plank Museum & Visitor Center inside a rehabilitated 1904 cavalry barracks and experience expanded outdoor learning opportunities with stunning river overlooks.
Historic Fort Snelling The stories of place! Learn the stories of this important place with its military fort and surrounding area, home to a wide history that includes Native peoples, trade, soldiers, enslaved people, and immigrants. Explore the new Plank Museum & Visitor Center inside a rehabilitated 1904 cavalry barracks and experience expanded outdoor learning opportunities with stunning river overlooks.
Historic Fort Snelling The stories of place! Learn the stories of this important place with its military fort and surrounding area, home to a wide history that includes Native peoples, trade, soldiers, enslaved people, and immigrants. Explore the new Plank Museum & Visitor Center inside a rehabilitated 1904 cavalry barracks and experience expanded outdoor learning opportunities with stunning river overlooks.
7th grade science has been exploring sound waves the last few days with Cup Phones, Tuning forks, water glass xylophone & boom whackers.
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
7th grade science has been exploring sound waves the last few days with Cup Phones, Tuning forks, water glass xylophone & boom whackers.
7th grade science has been exploring sound waves the last few days with Cup Phones, Tuning forks, water glass xylophone & boom whackers.
7th grade science has been exploring sound waves the last few days with Cup Phones, Tuning forks, water glass xylophone & boom whackers.
7th grade science has been exploring sound waves the last few days with Cup Phones, Tuning forks, water glass xylophone & boom whackers.
7th grade science has been exploring sound waves the last few days with Cup Phones, Tuning forks, water glass xylophone & boom whackers.
We're thrilled to share some incredible news about our amazing EES Student Council! 🙌✨ They organized a heartwarming food drive with the goal of supporting those in need in our community. 🥫🍎 We are overjoyed to announce that our dedicated students, with your generous contributions, were able to donate a whopping 418 pounds of food! 🎉🥳 This is a testament to the spirit of kindness and compassion that thrives within our school. A huge shoutout to every student, teacher, and parent who contributed to this initiative. Your generosity is making a significant impact on the lives of those who may be facing food insecurity. 💖👏
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
Food Drive
Food Drive
EHS Relationship classes got their egg babies to practice parenting for the week.
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
Relationships classes got their egg babies today to practice parenting for  the week.
Relationships classes got their egg babies today to practice parenting for  the week.
EHS Relationship classes got their egg babies to practice parenting for the week.
about 1 month ago, ECSD Admin
Relationships classes got their egg babies today to practice parenting for  the week.
Relationships classes got their egg babies today to practice parenting for  the week.