Jennifer Patton has been teaching second grade at Clarence Cannon Elementary for 19 years. She has always loved children and loved learning! She knew she wanted to be a teacher when she was a child. She hopes to someday travel and see the world!
Due to the predicted inclement weather, school is cancelled on Wednesday, January 25.
Katie Lagemann has worked at the Elsberry School District for 21 years. Her favorite quotes are "It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men" by Frederick Douglas and "Growing up is mandatory, but growing up is optional" by Walt Disney.
If you would like to read about the sessions available at Parent Summit tomorrow, Thursday , January 19 follow the link to the document. This document also includes google meet links if you would like to attend one or more sessions virtually from the comfort of your own home. All attendees will receive a $10 gift card. If attending, please enter at the high school doors. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1264T1YcilHzoMhiGsZmIus4G76cPHYBIBPlECEaCxl4/edit?usp=sharing
Holly Duvall has been a second grade teacher at Cannon Elementary for 13 years. Ms. Duvall wants to help students love school. She hopes her students remember how she made them feel , that she cared about them, and that they will always be her "kids".
Mrs. Keeven's 4th grade students completed a collaborative art project in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Do these cold days have you thinking about summer vacation? The Elsberry R-2 School Board has approved the 2023-2024 school calendar. Please check it prior to booking your trip. If you are trying to plan around your child's schedule, this summer dead week for all MSHAA activities is July 30-August 6, 2023. There will be no practices or events scheduled during that time.
Parent Summit is on Thursday, January 19. We are again offering in person and virtual attendance. If you have not attended before, this event is designed to provide parents information on a variety of topics. Session descriptions with virtual links will be emailed next week. Here are the list of presentations: -CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL - SLEEP A TO Z (90 MINUTE SESSION) -LCRB - STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH -PLTC - INFO ABOUT TECH SCHOOL (ONLY SESSION 1) -LCR-2 - LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL - (ONLY SESSIONS 2 & 3) -YOUTH IN NEED - HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD REGULATE/SELF-REGULATION -LCR-2 - BOREDOM BUSTERS MOST SESSIONS ARE 25 MINUTES AND WILL BEGIN AT 6:00, 6:30, AND 7:00. FEEL FREE TO PARTICIATE IN ONE OR MORE SESSIONS.
STL Food Bank will be here today, Janary 10, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The trailer will be parked below the ag building in the gravel lot.
Erin Black started working as a substitute teacher in the Elsberry School District as a transition back from being a stay-at-home mom and it turned into a love for working with kids! She has now been an employee for five years and is a member of the Braves Staff.
Orange Out the Night, Tuesday, February 14, 2023 EHS JV and V Boys vs. Montgomery County If you would like to make a silent auction donation please contact Kim Jones at email@example.com or Trudy Bull at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark your calendars to attend Parent Summit on Thursday, January 19. What is Parent Summit? It is an assortment of presentations designed for parents with student success outcomes in mind. You can attend in person or virtually. Call Explorer's Club at ext. 267 if you have any questions in regards to the event.
Is being more organized on your 2023 list of things to do? We're thrilled to announce the new app for Elsberry R-II! It's everything ESD right in your pocket. Download for Android https://bit.ly/3unsOHN Download for iPhone https://apple.co/3ut7GzU
Crystal Meyer is in her tenth year of teaching at the Elsberry R-2 School District. She currently teaches in the Braves program working with EMS and EHS students. Crystal is an Elsberry alum who continues to serve her school and her community.
Happy New Year! We are looking forward to seeing our students back at school on Tuesday, January 3.
Wishing Jess Wilson a wonderful retirement! Thanks for your five years of service as our maintenence technician.
Julie Conner joined our staff as our SRO in October. Her advice for students is everything is temporary. Nothing lasts forever. When you are going through a rough time, remember that. Also remember that when times are good.
Reminder that school will be in session on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next week. Wednesday school dismisses at 12:35 pm.
Mr. Boedeker is our biggest Blues fan and as a surprise for his birthday, we were joined by Louie the Blues mascot at lunch.
Mrs. Cari Braden is a 9 year member of the 6th Grade team at Elsberry Middle School. She also currently serves as an EMS Student Council Sponsor. She hopes students remember that she loves them all, even when we have bad days.