Summer School Enrollment starts today! We need one online form filled out for each child in your family. Please have all forms completed by May 16. https://forms.gle/fZxdaSAVgA2nrgJj6
We made the news! "We are proud of the work done by our students and staff through some challenging circumstances during the last few years. The recently released APR reflects this work and also identifies some areas of improvement that we will focus on in the coming years." - Dr. Tim Reller, superintendant https://bit.ly/3HiP389
Kari Shipley, the elementary secratary, is in her 12th year at the ESD. She hopes students remember her as a kind and caring adult in their life. Many of us will remember her flair for decorating, celebrating, and her plethora of dancing solar toys.
Happy Administrative Professionals Day! We are so lucky to have all of you brightening up our offices and our days!
Give your bus driver an extra special shout out today on School Bus Driver Appreciation Day! Feel free to post your shout out in the comments!
We are so grateful for the Friends of Elsberry Literacy and the annual book give away that provides every student K-12 with a free book. If you would like to support F.O.E.L. or know more about it, please contact Karin Busiere at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Levi Jacyna is in his fourth year as a member of the EHS and EMS staff. When asked why he wanted to become a teacher he said the impact my high school coaches had on me led me to want to do the same for the future generations!
Missouri Broadband Access Survey Economic Development (DED) and the University of Missouri (MU) are conducting a survey to better understand the needs for internet broadband access statewide. The survey asks households about existing internet use – devices, connections, and applications – and barriers to use such as financial obstacles and training and assistance needs. The survey takes about six minutes and is open to all Missourians age 18 and up. Responses will be accepted through mid-May 2023 https://missouri.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8q8caG1Y3BYy8Ky
Last Thursday we had some special lunch guests. Students enjoyed eating with members of the Elsberry Police Department and the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office. Photo Credits LCSO SRO
Elsberry High School's juniors, seniors, and their guests gathered Saturday night for prom, Vegas style. Go to our YouTube channel to watch the students as they are announced during the annual EHS Prom Grand March. https://bit.ly/3KFaQrv
The ESD April School Board Meeting included swearing in the board members elected on April 4. From left to right standing to say their oath are Margaret Byers, Megan Pratt, and Matt Hartley. The board elected Adam Heitman (seated) as the new school board president.
Susan Painter has been an employee of the ESD for 14 years. Susan really cares about all students and hopes for their success in life and school. Her advice to students is "Everyone fails at a point in their life and how you use it is how you learn from it."
On Thursday, April 13 the Elsberry Police Department and the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office have been invited to join our students for lunch. Please do not be alarmed if you see extra emergency vehicles in our parking lot.
Paraprofessionals are an integral part of the daily operations and success of the Elsberry R-2 School District. Paraprofessionals provide one on one support to students, instructional support, instructional interventions, and small group instruction. We are very thankful for the paraprofessionals that have chosen to be part of our staff. Please let them know how much they are appreciated if you see them in the community.
Tuesday, April 25 NHS is hosting a blood drive in the EHS Library. Appointments required. Call ImpactLife at 800.747.5401 or go to bloodcetner,org/group (group # 10393) to schedule
Amanda Hargett has been a member of the EHS staff for 8 years. She hopes her students will alway remember how much she cared about them. Her 5th grade teacher, Mr. Morrill, inspired her to become a teacher. Her hobbies include gardening, reading and crocheting.
Elsberry Alumni Banquet Information
Stephanie Cannon has been a member of the EMS and CCE reading staff for four years. Her favorite Elsberry tradition is Kindergarten graduation. You might not know she loves the outdoors, especially days spent fishing and boating!
Mrs. Amy Boedeker has been teaching at Elsberry Middle School for nine years. Her advice to students is you learn something new every day if you pay attention. Every day is a learning day!
Please note the following ESD Calendar update.