Tiger Fans: Do you have an aspiring softball player? Join our EHS Softball camp! Open to all students in grades 1-8, this event runs Thursday and Friday of Spring Break (April 6-7 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.)
If your student has been absent, you may receive a text, email or app message from their school. All Ephrata schools are now sending Remind messages when a student has been marked absent and the school has not yet received notification from a parent / guardian. If a response is not received, schools may follow-up with automated or personal phone calls.
It takes the hard work of many to run school smoothly each day. Ephrata's excellence comes from its bus drivers, food service workers, custodians, IT professionals, secretaries, paraprofessionals and so many more. Thank you to those that support kids and learning. We owe a debt of gratitude to you.
The Ephrata School District is extremely thankful to the Frontline Impact Project and Lysol US for their remarkable donation of 30,000 packages of Lysol Wipes to our district! As we maneuver through the cold and flu season, these wipes will play an important role in safeguarding students from germs in school. This act of generosity also eliminates our need for wipes on our school supply lists for the upcoming school year!
Spring conferences begin tomorrow, Wednesday, March 8. Students will be released from school early on March 8, 9 and 10. If you have questions about conferences or need to schedule a time for your child, please contact their school's office.
Note: No conferences for Tiger Cub Preschool. Classes run on a normal schedule.
Last Friday was a special day at EMS. The school hosted a guest speaker to help students and staff understand that being a Tiger and having school spirit is something to be proud of and shouldn’t be taken for granted.
Making every day a better day is the name of the game at EMS and the school community works hard to show Tiger Pride. To encourage this behavior, the school ASB suggested James Layman, Director of the Association of Washington Student Leaders (AWSL) visit EMS and talk to the student body about leadership and the choices students can make to develop their leadership skills.