Be Yourself! Be Amazing! Be Drug-Free! Be an EWES Musketeer! Students are encouraged to wear our school colors, purple and gold, to school tomorrow to celebrate Red Ribbon Week.
We Don't Let Drugs Mix Us Up at EWES! Students are encouraged to wear mismatched clothing to school tomorrow to celebrate Red Ribbon Week.
Catch the Wave to a Drug-Free Life at EWES! Students are encouraged to wear a beach/Hawaiian shirt to school tomorrow to celebrate Red Ribbon Week.
Our dreams are way too big for drugs at EWES! #redribbonweek2022
Being Drug-Free is No Sweat at EWES! Students are encouraged to wear comfy exercise clothes to school tomorrow to celebrate Red Ribbon Week.
Red Ribbon Week starts tomorrow. Join us in celebrating our choice to be healthy and drug-free by wearing Disney clothing tomorrow because "Our Dreams are too Big for Drugs!". Click the link for all dress-up days. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1q3hRBMaeNepcUoZfJYTpZZpOiGopoYzs/view?usp=sharing
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Wow - Perfect Attendance for the 1st nine weeks of school! Way to go! We are so proud of you! 💜💛
Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled in-person for tomorrow, October 21. It is an ELearning Day at home for students. Please click on the link below for directions on how to access your child's online schoolwork. Students have been taught how to do this. Please contact your child's teacher today or call the elementary school office at 812-967-2929 ext. 1 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. tomorrow with any questions. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nESg7NIT8193wDFwsqVaCzMu0H2F0kQnT-m53gJOfkg/edit?usp=sharing
Thank you to Mr. Mike Callahan for providing such a wonderful learning experience for our elementary students! Mr. Callahan worked for the National Weather Service as a meteorologist and hydrologist for 40 years. Yesterday, he shared his love of science and the water system with our little ones through fun learning stations. It's great to be a Mini Musketeer! #stemeducation
We are so proud of our 1st nine-week award winners! After the program yesterday, the award winners enjoyed cookies and milk to celebrate! Congratulations Mini Musketeers!
School Picture Retake Day is tomorrow, October 20. All students who are new to EWES or who were absent on Picture Day will have their picture taken for the school yearbook. If you would like to have retakes, please bring your original portrait packet to school to give to the photographer. Please also notify your child's teacher. Thank you!
We hope our school family has had a wonderful Fall Break! We look forward to seeing our students back to school tomorrow, Monday, October 17. Please be sure to arrive at school no later than 7:50 a.m. so your child has time to get breakfast and walk to class. School starts promptly at 8:00 a.m.
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We wish our school family a safe and relaxing Fall Break! School will not be in session the week of October 10-14. We will see everyone back to school on Monday, October 17.
CollegeGo Week was a success! Our students and staff looked amazing on Friday with all of their college gear! Congratulations to our trivia class winners, Mrs. Underwood's class (K-2) and Mrs. Coleman's class (2-4).
All parents should now have a scheduled time for their child's parent-teacher conference. If you do not, please contact your child's teacher immediately. Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Friday, October 21. Students will not attend school in person on this day but instead will have an e-learning day. Please contact the elementary office with any questions.
Trunk-or-Treat is this Thursday, October 6, from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the elementary bus parking lot. We hope to see lots of our EWES families there! Registration is not required. Just show up for the fun!
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In celebration of CollegeGo Week, students may wear their favorite college or team attire (shirts, hats, socks, parents, etc) to school tomorrow.