Newsletter 2017-05-15T10:44:27+00:00
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The Elkhart Difference Newsletter

Elkhart Community Schools is continuously striving to improve communication with our families and the community. One way we’d like to keep our families engaged in news and happenings at Elkhart Community Schools is through a district digital newsletter. Stories can be found on this page by clicking on the images below, or delivered straight to your email every other week.

 

Current Newsletter

Perspective: Olivia Haworth, Elkhart Central

Perspective: Olivia Haworth, Elkhart Central High School. It’s amazing how just two words can hold so much power in our world. Since the day I entered kindergarten, I began to dream about high school. [...]

May 19th, 2017|Categories: Perspective|Comments Off on Perspective: Olivia Haworth, Elkhart Central

Ag Days

Ag Days This week, 1,500 grade school students participated in Ag Days at the Agriculture Community Center for Environmental Learning Lab (ACCELL) Farm. Elkhart Community schools agriculture program is growing by leaps and bounds.  [...]

May 19th, 2017|Categories: Elementary|Comments Off on Ag Days

Over $3.48 million awarded to ECS graduates

Over $3.48 million awarded to ECS graduates This year, Elkhart Community Schools’ senior classes were awarded an estimated $3,489,176.00 in scholarship dollars. The scholarships are still being reported from students and will likely increase [...]

May 19th, 2017|Categories: Secondary|Comments Off on Over $3.48 million awarded to ECS graduates

Over 20 EACC students graduate from Ivy Tech

Over 20 EACC students graduate from Ivy Tech Last Thursday, 22 students from the Elkhart Area Career Center walked in the Ivy Tech Community College graduation – over two weeks prior to graduating from [...]

May 19th, 2017|Categories: Career/College|Comments Off on Over 20 EACC students graduate from Ivy Tech

Project-Based Learning brings student ideas to Elkhart leaders

Project-Based Learning brings student ideas to Elkhart leaders When Elkhart Memorial social studies teacher Adam Meyers reviewed the Indiana state standards for instruction, one in particular stood out to him – World Geography, WG.4.3 [...]

May 19th, 2017|Categories: Instruction Programming|Comments Off on Project-Based Learning brings student ideas to Elkhart leaders

Inside ECS: Jean Creasbaum, Instructional Leadership

Inside ECS: Jean Creasbaum, Instructional Leadership After 40 years of working in the field of education, one question still resonates and guides the choices of Jean Creasbaum, “is this best for kids?” As the director [...]

May 19th, 2017|Categories: Inside ECS|Comments Off on Inside ECS: Jean Creasbaum, Instructional Leadership

 

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