Attached you will find the link for voluntary parent paid student accident insurance for the 2020-2021 school year.
Plan information will also be sent home on the first day of school.
Elgin Public School Community
I am sure many of you have questions about how school will begin in August.
We continue to receive information from the Governor, State Department of Education, and the State and Local Health Officials. Our goal is to have the students in the building in August.
We have been putting plans together as to what the school year will look like and take into account the changes from the various departments.
We hope to be able to share with you our completed plan by late July. We understand that this is not long before school begins but we do not want to project an earlier date and not have the correct information from the State Departments involved so that we can be as accurate as possible to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and community.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Are you going shopping for school supplies? Do you need an updated list?
Click the link below to get a copy of the suggested supply list for 2020-21.
All student athletes that will be attending the weight room this summer must have a signed parent waiver that they turn in before they can participate in workouts.
Although the Elgin FFA Chapter could not meet in person for their "End of the Year" Banquet, a virtual banquet video was prepared to highlight the accomplishments of the 2019-20 FFA Events. Click the link below to enjoy their FFA Banquet meeting.
With the advent of COVID-19, many school activities and events were canceled in the last part of the school year, including District Music Contest and our Spring Concert. In an effort to continue learning about music, and to provide a performance opportunity for the band and choir members, we started a project with the intent to provide a virtual concert.
Each of the students recorded themselves performing their part to the music we had been working on in class. We then put all the videos together to create a virtual ensemble. We ran into plenty of technology road blocks in the process, but were able to compile all the videos into two- one for band, and one for choir. We hope you enjoy the songs, and we hope to see everyone in person at future concerts!
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