During the week of March 10 th , your child will take tests called Measures of Academic Progress (MAP). We give students MAP tests to determine your childâÂÂs instructional level and to measure academic growth throughout the school year.The MAP tests will be compared from year to year to show growth in the areas of reading, language usage, mathematics, and science.Your child will take the . . . read more
For four technology filled days, Elianne Heilhecker participated in the inaugural class of CodeCrush, a University of Nebraska-Omaha sponsored program for 8 th and 9 th grade girls interested in Information Science and Technology (IS&T). Students and their mentors learned how to create their own Apps or games, . . . read more
Valentine's Day 2014
The Elementary Art students and Mrs. Heithoff recently created over 100 "Valentines for Veterans" to help hospitalized Veterans celebrate . . .
In an effort to commemorate February as Black History Month, the seventh grade English students were given the task of researching, writing an . . .
Take advantage of reading these books and more before you see the movie.
In today's world, we often find that it's more convenient to sit down and watch a movie than it is to read a book. Ironically, many of . . .
FFA Members Qualify for State FFA Congratulations to FFA members on a wonderful performance at the District X Leadership Skills . . .
The EPS Speech Team is off and running. On Wednesday, January 29, the team traveled to the Howells-Dodge Invite. . . .
Kindergarten and first grade students created artwork using the digits 1 0 0 to prepare for their 100th day of school on Wednesday, January . . .
Third Graders Create Snow Globes
The third graders created their own snow globe winter scenes. First, they had to think . . .
5th and 6th Graders to Compete Recently, the 5th and 6th graders competed in a written exam in their classrooms to earn the . . .
Then and Now
Click on the slideshows to see how the Seniors have changed since their Kindergarten days. Photos will added as they are . . .