Did you know ... Options Virtual Charter School and the Career and College Academy are partnering with Gateway Technical College to launch an Associates Degree cohort that will allow students to graduate with an Associates Degree before they finish high school!
Heading to prom? Need a tuxedo but have a busy schedule? J. Roberts will be at EAHS on Monday, April 3, doing tuxedo fittings between 11 a.m. - noon in the main lobby. Save yourself some time and take care of ordering your tuxedo over lunch. J. Roberts will send a payment slip home with your student.
Did you know ... Elkhorn Area School District honored 25 individuals and organizations at the 25th annual Friends Awards on January 23 at Elkhorn Area High School. Honorees have dedicated their time to EASD classrooms, our athletic programs, the arts, and our community.
Did you know ... EASD facilities are open and available for community use. EASD offers free and low-cost programming to the community. Local and regional groups regularly rent our buildings to host their events and competitions.
Reminder: EASD is hosting an Operational Referendum Community Forum tomorrow night in the auditorium at EAHS. You'll have the opportunity to learn more about what will be on your April 4 ballot and ask any questions you may have about school funding. Monday, March 20, 2023 • 6:30 p.m. • EAHS Auditorium Be sure to check out tinyurl.com/referendum-2023 for more information.
Did you know ... 60% of high schoolers in our district earn college credit before they graduate. This can generate thousands of dollars in savings for EASD families when their students enroll in college
Did you know ... Elkhorn is a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Distinguished District—a recognition shared by only 25 other school districts nationwide. EASD students are introduced to STEM subjects such as computer science, biomedical science, and engineering in elementary school through PLTW Launch. In middle school, PLTW Gateway focuses on design and engineering. At the high school level, PLTW allows students to earn college credit while still enrolled in high school.
EASD Community Engagement is excited to offer two potentially life-saving courses in March! On March 25, for $80, you can get AED certified at Elkhorn Area High School and learn Community First Aid and CPR. On March 28, we're hosting a free, non-certification, Hands-Only CPR class. Visit easdcommunity.recdesk.com to sign up!
Join the Elkhorn Area School District for an Operational Referendum Community Forum. You'll have the opportunity to learn more about what will be on your April 4 ballot and ask any questions you may have about school funding. Monday, March 20, 2023 • 6:30 p.m. • EAHS Auditorium Be sure to check out tinyurl.com/referendum-2023 for more information.
Be sure to tune into a very special episode of the Noon Whistle on Friday, March 10. EASD's Chris Trottier and Jon Anzalone will be joined by Governor Tony Evers. Here's how to watch: Go to www.youtube.com/@elkworks9175, click subscribe, and tune in on Friday at noon.
Due to the current conditions we will call school off for today, Thursday, February 23, 2023. We will be able to have buildings available for school activities and community use by 2:30 p.m. Please check your email for more information. Stay safe!
Congratulations and welcome to Devin Gatton, who has been selected by the Elkhorn Area School District Board of Education to fill the vacant seat on our School Board. Thank you to all of the candidates who applied to serve our community. Your willingness to volunteer your time and expertise is what truly makes us 1Herd! Mr. Gatton has been appointed to serve on the Board of Education until April 21, 2024.
Happy National School Resource Officer Day to Officer Termaat! Thank you for all you do for our students, staff, and community!
EASD is looking for substitute teachers to join our team! Visit tinyurl.com/EASD-Sub to learn more. Substitute teachers earn $125 per day and enjoy flexibility in scheduling.
Interested in Lacrosse? Now that the WIAA has approved Lacrosse as a high school sport, you'll want to get the skills needed to play! Indoor practices are happening in the Agility Center now. Visit elkhornlacrosse.com to register.
Plans on the 4th? Join Dr. Ryan Brower for Walk with a Doc! Saturday, February 4, 8:30-9:30 a.m. at Elkhorn Area High School. Meet at the main entrance. Walk at your own pace and distance. Learn about Whole Health Reflection Exercise and connect with a health professional in a relaxed setting. Meet new friends and have fun!
The annual Elkhorn Autism Support Team (EAST) Chili & Soup Cook Off returns on Thursday, February 9 from 5-7 p.m. at Elkhorn Area Middle School. Over 30 soups and chilis will be available. $10 all you can eat, kids 12 and under eat for $5. Hot dogs and to-cups also available. The EAST online auction will start one week prior to the event. Stay tuned to event.gives/2023eastchili for updates.
The Elkhorn Benefit Boutique is collecting clean, slightly used Prom, Snowball, and Homecoming dresses this Friday, January 20 from 4-7 p.m. at Elkhorn Area High School. If you need a dress for any occasion, come back to EAHS on Saturday, January 21 between 8 a.m. - noon! Dresses will be priced between $5 and $15. All proceeds benefit the Junior Class Prom.
SAVE THE DATE! The annual Elkhorn Autism Support Team (EAST) Chili & Soup Cook Off returns on Thursday, February 9 from 5-7 p.m. at Elkhorn Area Middle School. Over 30 soups and chilis will be available. $10 all you can eat, kids 12 and under eat for $5. Hot dogs and to-cups also available. The EAST online auction will start one week prior to the event. Stay tuned to event.gives/2023eastchili for updates.
🚨🚘🚨UPDATE 🚨🚘🚨 By popular demand, our Auto Club Community Nights are now open to students 15 and older! Register at easdcommunity.recdesk.com/Community/Program. On January 26, we'll focus on what you should know about VIN numbers, how to check basic fluid levels, changing windshield wiper blades, jumping a car, and changing your battery. On February 2, we'll focus on all things tires! Roadside tire changes, checking and filling your tires with air, inspecting, and plugging a tire. We'll even go over what the information on the side of a tire means. At the end of this two-night course, you'll have a better understanding of basic car maintenance and take home an informational folder to look back on and refresh your knowledge. January 26 and February 2, 6:30-8:30 p.m., EAHS Auto Shop. Enter through Door 13.