So, without further ado...
President: Alyssa Cox
Vice-president: Hope Isaak
Secretary: Lucia Valverde
Treasurer: Brinley Hagemeier
7th Grade Reps: Larissa Baldovinos
School is cancelled on Monday, June 1st.
6th graders interested in becoming an Office Aide next year can pick up an application from Mrs. Pennington or Mrs. Foy in the front office. They must be turned in by next Wednesday, so don’t forget!
Attention Morgan boys – you are invited to Eburg Hoop’s “Morning Madness” basketball camp June 15th – 17th. There will be mini tournaments, awards, and ice cream. Pick up a flyer at the front counter.
Book Fair is here! It's ‘Buy One - Get One Free!’ Buy a book and get a second one free! Don’t miss out on the drawing for that delicious, catered lunch, cooked up by the fabulous Mr. Doughty!
Please take a moment to read this important information from Ellensburg School District Superintendent, Dr. Paul Farris. This is important information regarding our school calendar and the closure of our school year:
In a number of school districts in the state teachers have voted to take one-day walkouts to protest the legislature not fully funding basic education. Yesterday, Ellensburg School District teachers voted to also participate in a one-day walkout which will occur on Monday, June 1, 2015. This walkout is directed at the state legislature and not the Ellensburg School District. In order to meet the 180 day requirement for our students, the district will have a full day of instruction on Friday, June 12, 2015 and the last day for the school year will be a minimal day on Monday, June 15, 2015 in which students will be released at 10:30 am. I understand that cancelling school on Monday, June 1, 2015 will impact the families of the Ellensburg School District, and I apologize for any inconvenience. However, without the teachers in the classrooms, it would simply not be possible to have school.
Paul Farris, PhD
Ellensburg School District
The Personal Login area on the left side of this page is for teacher access only. It is not the access to check student grades. To check your child's grades, click the "Family Access to Check Grades" link in the upper left hand corner of this page.
Over the past couple of weeks there have been six suspicious incidents observed in the area of First Avenue and Ruby Street involving an older white male. The subject has been observed watching children in the area, taking pictures and in at least one instance approached and communicated with a child. Officers contacted and identified this person to be 66 year old Michael Kirchmann. Local area schools and day cares are being notified as well.
Kirchmann is a Level 2 registered sex offender. More information contained on the Kittitas County Sheriff's Office web site.
Our CyberBully Hotline number is: (509) 381-2178
Bullying of any kind is wrong – physical, verbal, online or off, before, during or after school – it is never acceptable. To help in our prevention efforts, Ellensburg High School is implementing the SchoolReach® CyberBully HotlineTM. The purpose of this program is to create an anonymous, two-way means for students, parents, guardians and others to report incidents of bullying, harassment, intimidation and information on potential harmful or violent acts by others.
Click here for more information.
Did you know you can access your child's grades 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? Just click the "Family Access to Check Grades" link in the upper left hand corner of this page, and you can!
If you need your login information for 6/7 students, please contact Sue Foy at 925-8200 and she can get you set-up.
If you need your login information for 8th grade students, please contact Laurie Sloan at 925-8366 and she can get you set up.
Students: To make sure you're not getting yourself into trouble by visiting inappropriate websites on school computers, it's a good idea to review the Ellensburg School District Acceptable Use Policy by clicking here.