Ms. Sherri Keith will be teaching 3 year old preschool for ECS this year. Our students in 4 year old preschool classes will be taught by Bertha Gingerich. These ladies come to us with a great love for the Lord, teaching and children. We are pleased to welcome them to our staff.
Listed below are just a few of the events which occurred during the 2017-2018 school year: • 2 high school students received A+ scholarships • Active parent/teacher organization • Second annual Spring Showcase for high school students • Students across all grades consistently scored above national average on the Terra Nova Standardized tests. • School-wide
ATTN: all new bus rider enrollments and changes, must go thru the transportation department. The direct phone line to the bus barn is 876-3339. Please allow at least one week for any route or stop changes. Route #1 – Driver Jennifer Samborski Route travels south on HH from Hwy 54, entering Virgil City area
ELDO FFA ATTENDS CAMP RISING SUN – Group of 10 FFA members from El Dorado Springs with State officers. FFA LEADERSHIP PINS FOR TWO – Avery Schiereck (left) and Hannah Smith both received their State FFA Leadership Pin.
CATTLEMEN’S SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS – The Cedar Co. Cattlemen’s Association hosted “meet the scholarship recipients” night in conjunction with their June membership meeting on Thursday, June 7, 2018 at the Land O’Lakes Youth Fairgrounds in El Dorado Springs. The meal consisting of brisket, green beans, baked beans, and cheesy potatoes was provided by the board. Desserts
LEADERSHIP IN PRACTICE – The Chamber’s Leadership in Practice program is designed to provide young people with the opportunity to learn characteristics of excellent leadership, entrepreneurship and life skills so they can apply those skills in their own lives when they return to their schools and communities. Chamber President Travis Farran announced the winners of
LILLIAN SUNDEERWIRTH SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS – The 2018 Recipients for the Lillian Sunderwirth Scholarship were honored with a reception by the order of the Eastern Star on Wednesday evening, May 23. Besides the recipients there were many family members and friends present along with several Eastern Star members. There were 22 recipients and present for the
STAR PLACEMENT – Madison Whitaker was honored for having the most hours working for someone else. STAR FARMER – Makenzie Melton was honored as the top second year Ag student. STAR AGRIBUSINESSMAN – Alex O’Banion was honored for growing his own business the most. STAR GREENHAND – Avery Schiereck received the award as the top
TWO MORE DOCTORS IN THE HOUSE – During its May 10 meeting, the El Dorado Springs R-II Board took a moment to recognize two staff members who recently got their Doctor of Education degrees – Elementary Principal Tracy Lanser and Assistant Elementary Principal Tracy Barger. They join the first doctor on the staff – Assistant
ECS JUNIOR HIGH DISCOVERS HEARLDRY – Mrs. Cheryl Eslinger, an El Dorado Christian school teacher for over 30 years knows a thing or two about teaching History. Her students embarked on a very important piece of history dating back to the Middle Ages, where Cost of Arms and Castles were prevalent. Beginning in 1558, Queen