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Distance Learning Reflection & Reopening Survey
Distance Learning Reflection & Reopening Survey
07/08/2020
Parents & Guardians: The District has developed a distance learning reflection and reopening survey to gain your perspective on various items that are being considered as we develop our reopening plans for the 2020 - 2021 school year. Your input is important as we develop our plans. We would appreciate you taking the time to respond and we will continue to provide updates as our plans develop. The survey can be found here: https://bit.ly/2VWdtMX
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Congratulations to our 8th graders!
06/25/2020
On Thursday, June 25, at 6:30 PM, the 8th Grade Virtual Moving Up Ceremony will be shown on Channel 20 and on the Ellenville Central School District YouTube Channel. Don't miss it!
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Official results of the 2020-2021 Ellenville Central School District budget vote and Board of Education election
06/17/2020
The official results of the 2020-2021 Ellenville Central School District budget vote and Board of Education election are as follows: The school budget PASSED by a vote of 1199 to 615. John Burns, Willie Bruce, Jr., and Philip Mattracion were each elected to serve three-year terms on the Board of Education.
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Student Belonging Pickup Information
05/28/2020
Dear parents and guardians: As you are aware, the buildings will remain closed for the remainder of the academic year. We understand that many students have personal belongings in their classrooms and/or lockers that need to be picked up and that students are in possession of District property that needs to be returned. This includes: Athletic Uniforms/Equipment, Calculators, Library Books, Textbooks or any other items that were loaned by a teacher or the District. Students in grades K - 11 will be keeping their Chromebooks over the summer. Graduating seniors and students not returning for the next academic year will need to return their Chromebook and charger. Enclosed is information regarding the schedule and procedures for the pickup of student belongings and return of district property.
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Letter to Class of 2020 Students & Parents/Guardians
05/20/2020
We share in your disappointment of the tremendous amount of loss that the Class of 2020 has faced due to the impact of COVID-19. While we all envisioned a traditional graduation ceremony out on the football field, surrounded by classmates, teachers, family, and friends, these plans have significantly been disrupted due to the global pandemic. That being said, we are committed to honoring and celebrating the accomplishments of the Class of 2020, while working within the parameters set by New York State.
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