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.
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Perspective: Tony Gianesi - Chief Operating Officer Students. One simple word to define the essence and existence of Elkhart Community Schools. Students. The reason every single employee is EQUALLY important to the Elkhart Promise. [...]
Carpentry apprenticeship partnership expands opportunities for students Students in the Construction Trades program at the Elkhart Area Career Center have a new and exciting opportunity this year. The EACC has entered into an agreement [...]
ECS continues to grow 1:1 technology program If all instructors were to realize that the quality of thinking, not the production of answers, is the measure of education, John Dewey says, “something hardly less [...]
Technology brings new life to student announcements Morning announcements at Woodland Elementary have become anything but the usual. In the last few weeks what had started as an afterschool program has evolved into something [...]
Inside ECS: Diana Karre, Food Services Secretary to Food Service Director, Diana Karre never thought that working in the food industry would include lending out her socks, but when the time came, and her [...]
Perspective: David Bird, School Without Walls All means all. It’s a simple phrase, but it is a great descriptor for Elkhart Community Schools because we (teachers, administrators, support staff) are working hard to make [...]
Secondary: Students Take The Classroom To The Farm Eager high school students invaded the farm lands. Their teachers had left them with only one rule to follow: explore. Through the rocky pathways, dusty fields, [...]
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