The countdown is on...11.5 Senior days to go. Graduation excitement is buzzing the halls at EHS!
Decision Day for the Class of 2022
The ECSD is currently hiring for the following positions: Occupational Therapist Contact Person- Mary Zimmerman HS JV Girls Basketball Coach Compensation- $3,135.00 (2021-2022 rate) Contact person: Ann Huppert 8th grade Head Boys Basketball Coach Compensation - $1,998.00 (2021-2022 rates) Contact person: Ann Huppert
It's our last day of Teacher Appreciation Week. Which teacher has made the biggest impact on your child? We have so many amazing teachers!!!!
Senior Grad Night Lock-In Tickets are for sale in the High School Office. The cost is $35.00 per student, but they will get WAY more than $35.00 worth of food, prizes and entertainment. Please encourage your Senior to attend!
What was the best thing a teacher ever did for you and how has it impacted your life? Happy Teacher Appreciation Week to all our teachers in the ECSD. We are so lucky to have you.
Graduation banners are available from our Fab Lab for $35.
The ECSD is currently hiring for a Payroll/Accounts Payable Specialist. Job responsibilities will include: Accounts Payable: invoices, vendor maintenance, W-9s, 1099's, payments to vendors, independent contractors, employee reimbursements, and credit card management. Payroll Specialist: processing payroll including adjustments/corrections as needed, completing payroll-related tasks, annual/quarterly payroll reporting and maintaining records in accordance with District policy and local, state, and federal regulatory requirements. This position also has responsibility for other fiscal and human resources tasks, including but not limited to: employee benefit setup and tracking, unemployment reports, creating and sending employment offers, absence and leave tracking, and other support tasks as needed. All questions can be directed to District Administrator Barry Cain, by phone at (715)273-3900 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
ECSD is currently hiring for a high school special education teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. Qualifications (WI DPI licensure) #1801 or #1811- #1316 certification is a plus; Experience as a reading specialist and/or literacy coach a plus. Learning Disabilities license will also be considered. All questions can be directed to Mark Stoesz, High School Principal by email at email@example.com or by phone at (715)273-3904.
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week please share who your favorite teacher was.
As part of our health education and substance use prevention efforts, we have invited specialists from within the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation to our district to share up-to-date alcohol, nicotine, and other drug information to parents and community members. We hope that you will join us!
The ECSD is currently hiring for the upcoming school year. All questions can be directed to Athletic Director, Ann Huppert. C Team Volleyball Compensation $2,802.00 Start date of 08/15/2022 Middle School Assistant Boys Basketball Compensation$1,307.00 Start date of 10/2022
Mark your calendars for our outdoor movie at the Middle School Football Fields on May 14th.
Ukraine Dinner Fundraiser: Help us support those who are in crisis in the Ukraine! The Ellsworth Hearts and Minds group will be hosting a Food for Effect Fundraiser on May 7th from 5-8 in the high school cafeteria. Proceeds from the event will go to the Red Cross- Ukraine and World Central Kitchen. (Most of the dinner cost is covered by an Empower Ellsworth Grant). The event will feature a buffet dinner with Ukrainian food, including Chicken Kyiv. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased in the high school office or from students who are planning the event. Donations can also be made to the fundraiser at https://gofund.me/cf1082bc
Good luck Cora Capatske, Aiden Kelly, Adam Capatske and Genvieve Cady. They will be leaving after school tonight headed to Madison to compete in the state FFA livestock contest.
Please come to the Ellsworth FFA Greenhouse Open House on May 7th.
"Taste of Tuscany" Event on Friday, June 3rd. This is once again held at the Vino In The Valley and is the primary fundraiser four Ellsworth School Foundation. Tickets available at: Vino in the Valley Ellsworth School District Office Nilssen's Foods
ECSD is currently hiring for the following positions: Second grade teacher for the 2022- 2023 school year. All questions can be directed to Travis Logslett, Elementary Principal, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (715)273-3912. ******************************************************************* 70 FTE Speech Therapist Assistant at Ellsworth Elementary School for the 2022-2023 school year. Under the direction and supervision of a Speech and Language Pathologist, the Speech and Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) assists in extending speech/language therapy services by completing a variety of tasks such as but not limited to, direct activities with students designed to develop pre-language and language skills, oral-motor control for speech production, vocalization, create visual schedules, co-facilitate social skills student groups and use of assistive technology devices for communication. The SLPA serves students who have identified speech and language disorders and may have other disabilities as well. A bachelor's degree in Communication Disorders or a current SLP-A license is preferred. A WI Department of Public Instruction short-term teacher sub-license or a Special Education Program Aide License will be required for this currently licensed position. All questions can be directed to Mary Zimmerman, Elementary Principal/Special Education Director by phone at 715-273-3912 or by email at email@example.com ******************************************************************* Middle School Special Education teacher for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. The preferred candidate will demonstrate the ability to communicate and team with regular education teachers and support staff to meet the needs of students with disabilities in the least restrictive environment; demonstrate the desire to work in a collaborative setting and ensure a positive and supportive learning environment that promotes high levels of learning for all students; Be creative, flexible and have the ability to problem solve; be knowledgeable of current best practices in the education of students with disabilities; demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with students, staff and parents. As part of their duties, the special education teacher may co-teach ELA, Writing and / Math in a general education classroom. Qualifications: Ability to implement creative and innovative classroom instructional practices; Develop and build positive relationships with students, staff, support staff and parents; Knowledge of the evaluation process and IEP requirements; Knowledge of functional behavior assessment and behavior intervention plans; Ability to plan for, support and guide specially designed instruction for delivery to students; Ability to delegate duties and responsibilities to Teaching Assistants to support goals and provide safe learning environments as outlined in a student’s IEP; Ability to implement academic and behavioral interventions; Ability to work collaboratively in a fast pace flexible environment; Ability to incorporate Social-Emotional Learning into daily lesson planning; Training and experience in social skill instruction and teaching self-regulation skills. The qualified candidate must have exceptional organizational and time management skills. Licensure: Special Education Cross Categorical license (801), EBD (830), SLD (811) or Cognitive Disabilities (810). Applicants eligible for emergency licensure will be considered based on applicant pool. All questions can be directed to Mary Zimmerman, Elementary Principal/Special Education Director by phone at (715)273-3912 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Several EHS staff members attended the CVTC Spring Partnership Awards and Networking Night last Wednesday. Ellsworth received the Gold Level Partnership Award from CVTC.
ECSD is currently hiring for an Elementary Special Education Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. WI DPI Licensure requirements: Reading 316 and/or 317 Preferred; Special Education Cross Categorical license (801), EBD (830), SLD (811) or Cognitive Disabilities (810) All questions can be directed to Elementary Principal/Special Education Director, Mary Zimmermanm by phone at (715)273-3912 or by email at email@example.com The Ellsworth Community School District does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability or handicap.