Thank you Bill Paider & Randy Brickner!! https://www.piercecountyjournal.news/cloonermedia/piercecountyjournal/2023/01/31/sparking-an-interest-in-auto-mechanics/
Ellsworth Trails Winter Walk: The Ellsworth Trails committee would like to invite you to a fun new event. They will be hosting a winter walk in Cairns Woods on February 18th from 4-7. The walk will be lit by candle luminaries and there will be snacks available. Bring your snowshoes or boots and enjoy the beautiful hidden gem of Cairns Woods in a new way! https://www.facebook.com/groups/EllsworthTrails
ECSD is currently hiring for a High School JV Girls Volleyball Coach for the 2023-2024 school year. Compensation is $3,198.00 (2022-2023 rate) Questions can be directed to Adam Koger by email at email@example.com
ECSD is currently hiring for a High School Girls Assistant Tennis Coach for the 2023-2024 school year. This coaching position starts August 9, 2023 with a compensation of $1,958.00 (2022-2023 rate) Questions can be directed to Adam Koger by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
2023 Ellsworth Claybreakers Spring Season Information/Sign Up Meeting February 6th 2023 – Ellsworth High School Library – 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM All Students Grades 7th – 12th Grade Any/All Interested New Team Members & Their Parent(s) Must Attend Need more Information please email: email@example.com
If you haven't checked out the new Ellsworth Public Library please stop by and see this beautiful space. This project has been years in the making and wouldn't have been possible without the support of so many community members. We are proud of the contributions of our staff and parents club. The display as a whole is a great reminder how the generosity of our community continues to move us ahead.
February 2023 Lunch Menu
School districts around our area of the state have had to make a number of adjustments to school calendars and snow day models with the large number of snow days already this year. To this date we have had 8 school days affected by weather leading to cancellations of school or partial days. As communicated in an earlier email, our school calendar had 2 days already built in that are now student contact days. With our latest snow day last week we have also transitioned our scheduled teacher inservice day of Monday, February 20th to a day of school for all students and staff. As an added measure to address further snow days, we are also moving to a “Distance Learning Model” when possible for inclement weather disruptions. Middle School and High School students will be utilizing their chromebooks to log on for the day while Elementary students will be provided with packets for the day. This is a model being utilized by many districts who have chosen to move to Distance Learning days. I want to make it clear that we do not see this option as providing the same educational quality as in-person instruction but the level of impact this winter is having on our school calendar has made this the best option moving forward in order to provide us with the greatest ability to avoid added days in June and disruptions to our summer school program. We will also be adjusting our daily schedule slightly to ensure that we meet the state required minutes of instruction. Beginning on Monday February 6th, the school day will begin 5 minutes earlier (8:00 am) in all buildings. Morning bus pick up times will remain the same. These added minutes, along with the move to the “Distance Learning” days will provide us with the needed minutes for all buildings as mandated. Below is a summary of school schedule and calendar changes that we are making moving forward: ● Monday, February 6th - School start time will move to 8:00 am. ○ Morning bus pick up times will remain the same. ● Monday, February 20th - School Day for All Students (Was a Teacher Inservice Day) ● Monday, April 10th - School Day for All Students (Built in Snow Day on Calendar) ● Friday, June 2nd - School Day for All Students (Built in Snow Day on Calendar) ● Distance Learning Days - (Details coming for each building level by email on January 27th) Please look for the emails coming to all parents with the Distance Learning day schedules and activities from each building level tomorrow (January 27th). Thank you for all your continued support and flexibility this year! Barry Cain Superintendent
On Friday, January 20, members of the Ellsworth American Legion Post 204 presented a check to Ellsworth Food Director Dee Rasmussion in the amount of $1,200. The money is to be used to help students that may be struggling to maintain a positive balance in their lunch accounts. Ms. Rasmusson would like to extend a huge Thank you to the American Legion!!! Ms. Rasmusson stated, “We use the donations for families that are having a hard time paying for their child's or children's lunch account. We have a lot of families in our district that are struggling with paying for their meals. They are either on the border line of not getting the free/reduced meals or have other financial issues that they are struggling with. So we try to help out these families and most of them are very appreciative and emotional when we help them out. Times are really tough right now and we want to help those that are trying so hard to pay for meals. This is so important that we help with the food insecurity in our community. Thank you again for donating and making life a little easier for those that need it.”
Bridging Brighter Smiles is holding their next dental clinic at Ellsworth High School 208 on: Thursday, January 26, 2023 It is not too late to enroll if you are not already enrolled! Get your Winter smiles ready! As a reminder we accept enrollments for all students Head Start-12! Sign up online at: http://enrollment.bbsmiles.org/ Professional Dental Services Provided Right at School Include: Oral Screening Dental Cleaning Fluoride Varnish Application Dental Sealant Placement Silver Diamine Fluoride Application Oral Health Education Referral Assistance Forward Health (BadgerCare) Accepted! (Other Private Dental Insurance Not Accepted) Funds made available through your FSA/HSA account may be utilized as a form of payment, please check with your carrier for specific terms and conditions. Not sure if your child is enrolled, or due for care? Call Bridging Brighter Smiles at 262-896-9891, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Delaney Johnson has been selected by staff as the WILS representative for Ellsworth High School. WILS aims to identify outstanding high school sophomores throughout Wisconsin for being responsible citizens in their community and/or school and provide them with the opportunity and encouragement to recognize their leadership potential. Congrats Delaney!
HUGE SALE!!!! Purchase your sweatshirt here: https://panthers-den.square.site/product/homecoming-sweatshirts/456?cp=true&sa=false&sbp=false&q=true
Congrats to our 2023 Senior Class Raffle winners!!!
Ruby's Pantry next drive through food distribution is Saturday Feb.4 at Pierce Pepin Co-op located at the corner of Rt 63 and Rt 10 in Ellsworth,Wi 10am-11:30 ( or until we run out of shares) Donation of $25 cash ( no checks,no credit or debit cards) per food share.We do not do advance sales. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100083258886445
Mark your calendars for this amazing college fair at River Falls High School!!
ECSD is currently hiring for the following positions. Details can be found on our employment website. https://www.ellsworth.k12.wi.us/page/employment -High School Special Education Teacher -8th grade head football coach -Speech Language Assistant
MS Girls BB and MS wrestling have been canceled for tonight. We are hopeful that all HS sports will take place this evening.
Due to snow and road conditions, the Ellsworth Community School District will be closed on Thursday, January 19, 2023. PKC will be closed as well. Due to cancellation of school today due to the inclement weather, the scheduled teacher inservice day on February 20th will now be a school day for students. Look for more information coming about the February 20th plan and plans for possible future snow days in an email to all families next week.
Tickets are still available. You have been invited to be a passenger on the Orient Express. The passenger manifest includes a variety of rich, influential individuals from the upper echelons of Europe (and possibly some spies), as well as members of the train’s crew. Everyone is expecting a luxurious train ride replete with dinner and drinks —they aren’t expecting foul weather, a dastardly deed, and getting involved in an international incident! Join us for this interactive murder mystery dinner event. Piece together clues over an Italian buffet dinner as you join famed detective Pardot in solving the crime. Guests are encouraged to dress with the theme! Your ticket includes admission, dinner, and an exciting ride. Bring cash to pay extra bribes (for hints) to help you in the investigation. Event proceeds benefit the Ellsworth Community School District Foundation. Bribes support the Ellsworth High School Drama Department. Tickets can be purchases here: https://givebutter.com/DAuUmK
Today's lunch Menu will be yesterday's Menu of January 11th, of Pizza Hotdish and Tomorrow (Friday) Will be the Taco Salad and the Grilled Cheese will be pushed off the Menu.