We have certified and non-certified positions available for the 2023-2024 school year. Applications and further information is available on the website. https://www.elsberryschools.com/page/human-resources
Spring Break is here! Classes resume Tuesday, March 21.
We are currently hiring bus drivers and substitute drivers.
Thank you Mr. Matt Jones for your 12 years of service on the Elsberry R-2 School Board. We appreciate your dedication to our students and staff.
Joy Yates has been a member of the 4th grade team at Cannon Elementary for two years. The Elementary Christmas Program and the senior walk are her favorite school events. Her hobbies include playing slow pitch softball, reading, going to parks with my children, and sleeping.
Summer School dates for the Elsberry R-2 School District are set. Mark you calendars. Enrollment info will be released at a later date.
Mark your calendars for Friday, March 31 for "Are you Smarter than a 5th Grader?". It will be a fun night supporting our very own Elsberry students and Operation Backpack. Thank you Lincoln County Optimist Club for partnering with Elsberry NHS to organize this event.
Chris Tiller has been teaching Social Studies to seventh and eighth grade students for 10 years at Elsberry Middle School. His advice to all students is don't be sorry, be responsible. He hopes all students remember that he cared and that he believed they have potential.
Amanda Niffen has been teaching for 21 years at Cannon Elementary. She is a member of our third grade team. Her advice to students is we can do hard things. She hopes to someday travel to Ireland and Scotland.
Mother Nature may not be able to decide the season, but whatever the weather, we will be having a Spring Break March 14-17, 2023. The end of the 3rd quarter is March 10. Classes will resume on March 21.
Tammy Cox is in her second year as a Title I Reading and Math teacher for the Elsberry School District. She works with students at the elementary and middle school grade levels. She was inspired by her fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Hoer, to become an educator.
If you are interested in subbing please contact Amanda Holland at 573-898-5554 ext. 211. When applying you can tell us your availability and grade level preferences.
Carolyn Harman has been a member of the EHS English team for eight years. She hopes kids remember she believes most students are more capable than they give themselves credit for and she wants to help them see that.
The Lincoln County Health Department will be offering an immunization clinic at the Elsberry School District on Wednesday, April 5. The forms are attached to this post. All questions in regards to insurance and eligibility for the clinic need to be directed to the LCHD at 636-528-6117. The deadline to register and return all completed forms to school is Wednesday, March 29.
Danielle Osterkamp is in her second year at Cannon Elementary. She is a member of the 3rd grade team. She is a graduate of Truman State University and UMSL.
Deputy Julie Conner is our SRO and we appreciate all she does for our students and staff. She even surpised our bus drivers with a little treat this week. Sorry we missed the shout out on the offical National School Resource Officer (SRO) Appreciation Day.
We are hiring! Current job postings as of February 14, 2023 for the 2023-2024 school year. https://www.elsberryschools.com/page/human-resources
Jodi Dormire has been a member of the EHS English team for 6 years. If she won the lottery she would still sub (ya know, because of the shortage), build a performing arts theater for EHS, invest, and start an animal rescue.
Angie Speers has worked for the Elsberry School District for 8 years. Her favorite Elsberry tradition is the senior walk through at the end of the year. I love that we get to see all of our kids from their very first school experiences, to the end.
The ESD works with multiple local agencies to help meet the needs of our students. During National School Counselors week we wanted to recognize the extra counselors that come into our buildings to support our students. We are thankful for the extra support services and resources these organizations and individuals provide. These services are paid for by the Lincoln County Resource Board via local sales tax dollars. Youth In Need: Jessalyn, Kimberly, and Yamilet Compass:Julie, Brandon, Nikki, and Kylie St. Joachim and Ann: Ellen