Welcome to the Principal's Passage.
assessments began in late March at EES.
They will continue on into early May.
State assessments are in 3rd and 4th grades. A letter was sent home about the changes in
the assessments for this school year. As
we prepare for the assessments, please encourage your children to get plenty of
sleep, eat well, and to give their best effort.
Due to the changes in the state assessments this year, there will be no
results available to parents when students complete the test.
for continuing to follow all traffic rules around the school and ensuring your
students use the crosswalk before and after school to cross the streets. As the weather continues to warm up, more
students are likely to walk to/from school.
Thanks for continuing to help us keep our students safe.
exciting events are right around the corner at EES. The annual school carnival is on April 4 from
5-8pm with many fun activities planned.
Come and enjoy some fun that night and see who the special guest
is. Theme day will be on April 17 at
EES. Many activities centered around conservation
and preserving and protecting the environment are planned for the day. The
day will end with a special presentation at the PAC. On April 10, K-4 students will watch a play
at EES entitled Alexander and the
Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
Thanks to PTO for sponsoring this play for our students.
Before we know it, May will be here
and another school year will be completed.
Thanks for all of your support and cooperation throughout the year. Let’s end the year on a great note!