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June 29, 2022

  1. Dance tryouts-Thursday, July 7th 4-6 p.m.-Learn and practice routine; Friday, July 8th 5 p.m. Tryouts.  Both will be held in the HS gym.
  2. IHSAA Family Week is July 25-29.  This means no activities.
  3. -If you are planning on going out for any sports, cheerleading or dance team for the 2022-23 school year, you will need to pick up the physical, health and concussion forms in the HS activities office.  You will need to have a current form in order to participate.
  4. 9th grade orientation will be held all day, 8:05 til 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 23rd.
  5. All students will start school on Wednesday, August 24th.

Fall Driver's Ed sign up-Bring your permit to the office to get on the list.  Classes will start in Sept.

 

  

   

  

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

  

 

  

 

  

   

   

 

 

 

  

  

   MAY 20,   2022 – CYCLE 15  DAY 6,  9TH WEEK 

  1. The following students need to see Mr. Kalous:  none

  2. Activities:   May Today   Last day of school, End 4th Quarter/2nd Semester 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake, 5:30 p.m. B BB at Emmetsburg; (21) 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake; (23) Teacher in service, B golf State at Ames, 5:30 p.m. B BB H w/Clarion Goldfield Dows, 5:30 p.m. G SB w/Sioux City North at Sioux City East, 7 p.m. G SB w/Sioux City East,

  3. Fall Driver’s Ed sign up-Bring your permit to the office to get on the list.  Class will start in September.

  4. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431.

  5. Library books - must be returned today.

  6. Lockers-They must be cleaned out before you leave for the summer.  Items will be disposed of next week.

  7. Lost and found-Check the lost and found table outside the office.  IItems will be disposed of next week.

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  ,5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      MAY 19,   2022 – CYCLE 15  DAY 5,  9TH WEEK 

  1. Activities:   May Today   9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake, 5 p.m. B BB H w/Alta-Aurelia; (20)  Last day of school, End 4th Quarter/2nd Semester 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake, 5:30 p.m. B BB at Emmetsburg; (21) 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake; (23) Teacher in service, B golf State at Ames, 5:30 p.m. B BB H w/Clarion Goldfield Dows, 5:30 p.m. G SB w/Sioux City North at Sioux City East, 7 p.m. G SB w/Sioux City East,

  2. Fall Driver’s Ed sign up-Bring your permit to the office to get on the list.  Class will start in September.

  3. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  4. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431.

  5. Library books - must be returned today.

  6. Lockers-They must be cleaned out before you leave for the summer.  Items will be disposed of next week.

  7. Lost and found-Check the lost and found table outside the office.  IItems will be disposed of next week.

  8. U.S. Army-He  will be here on Friday, May 20th during the lunches.

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  ,5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    MAY 18,   2022 – CYCLE 15  DAY 4,  9TH WEEK 

  1. Activities:   May Today   G Golf Regional, 5 p.m. B BB at Central Lyon, Rock Rapids;  (15) 2 p.m. Graduation; (19) 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake, 5 p.m. B BB H w/Alta-Aurelia; (20)  Last day of school, End 4th Quarter/2nd Semester 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake, 5:30 p.m. B BB at Emmetsburg; (21) 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake; (23) Teacher in service, B golf State at Ames, 5:30 p.m. B BB H w/Clarion Goldfield Dows, 5:30 p.m. G SB w/Sioux City North at Sioux City East, 7 p.m. G SB w/Sioux City East,

  2. Fall Driver’s Ed sign up-Bring your permit to the office to get on the list.  Class will start in September.

  3. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  4. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431.

  5. Boy’s Basketball- meeting today at 7:55 AM for current 8th-11th grade boys who plan to play high school basketball next year. We will meet in the high school gym. The meeting shouldn't take longer than 5 minutes.

  6. Library books - must be returned today.

  7. Lockers-They must be cleaned out before you leave for the summer.  Items will be disposed of next week.

  8. Lost and found-Check the lost and found table outside the office.  IItems will be disposed of next week.

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  , 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      MAY 17,   2022 – CYCLE 15  DAY 3,  9TH WEEK 

  1. Activities:   May Today   5:30 p.m. B BB at Harris Lake Park; (18) G Golf Regional, 5 p.m. B BB at Central Lyon, Rock Rapids;  (15) 2 p.m. Graduation; (19) 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake, 5 p.m. B BB H w/Alta-Aurelia; (20)  Last day of school, End 4th Quarter/2nd Semester 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake, 5:30 p.m. B BB at Emmetsburg; (21) 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake; (23) Teacher in service, B golf State at Ames, 5:30 p.m. B BB H w/Clarion Goldfield Dows, 5:30 p.m. G SB w/Sioux City North at Sioux City East, 7 p.m. G SB w/Sioux City East

  2. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  3. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431.

  4. Organizational meeting for all ELC HS girls that are planning to participate in High School  basketball next season. The meeting is Tuesday morning today at 7:30 am in the HS Little Theater. The meeting should last no  longer than 15 minutes. All girls planning on participating in the ELC HS Girls Basketball please plan to attend.

  5. Library closed the afternoon today.

  6. Boy’s Basketball- meeting on Wednesday at 7:55 AM for current 8th-11th grade boys who plan to play high school basketball next year. We will meet in the high school gym. The meeting shouldn't take longer than 5 minutes.

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  , 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      MAY 16,   2022 – CYCLE 15  DAY 2,  9TH WEEK 

  1. Activities:   May Today   10 a.m. lB golf District - Spencer, (17) 5:30 p.m. B BB at Harris Lake Park; (18) G Golf Regional, 5 p.m. B BB at Central Lyon, Rock Rapids;  (15) 2 p.m. Graduation; (19) 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake, 5 p.m. B BB H w/Alta-Aurelia; (20)  Last day of school, End 4th Quarter/2nd Semester 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake, 5:30 p.m. B BB at Emmetsburg; (21) 9 a.m. G/B track State at Drake; (23) Teacher in service, B golf State at Ames, 5:30 p.m. B BB H w/Clarion Goldfield Dows, 5:30 p.m. G SB w/Sioux City North at Sioux City East, 7 p.m. G SB w/Sioux City East

  2. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  3. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431.

  4. Organizational meeting for all ELC HS girls that are planning to participate in High School  basketball next season. The meeting is Tuesday morning May 17 at 7:30 am in the HS Little Theater. The meeting should last no  longer than 15 minutes. All girls planning on participating in the ELC HS Girls Basketball please plan to attend.

  5. Library closed the afternoon of Tuesday, May 17th.

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    MAY 13,   2022 – CYCLE 15  DAY 1,  8TH WEEK 

  1. Activities:   May Today   10:00 a.m. Awards Day - Gym, G golf Regional at Belmond Country Club, 4 p.m. B Tennis Regional Team H w/Spirit Lake; (14) G Tennis Regional Team; (15) 2 p.m. Graduation - Gym; (16) 10 a.m. lB golf District - Spencer, (17) 5:30 p.m. - Harris Lake

  2. Returning library books- Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  3. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  4. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431.

  5. Organizational meeting for all ELC HS girls that are planning to participate in High School  basketball next season. The meeting is Tuesday morning May 17 at 7:30 am in the HS Little Theater. The meeting should last no  longer than 15 minutes. All girls planning on participating in the ELC HS Girls Basketball please plan to attend.

  6. Library closed the afternoon of Tuesday, May 17th.


 

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org  

   MAY 12,   2022 – CYCLE 14,  DAY 6,  8TH WEEK 

  1. Activities:   May Today  4 p.m. G/B track Districts at Cherokee; (13) 10:00 a.m. Awards Day - Gym, G golf Regional at Belmond Country Club, 4 p.m. B Tennis Regional Team H w/Spirit Lake; (14) G Tennis Regional Team; (15) 2 p.m. Graduation - Gym; (16) 10 a.m. lB golf District - Spencer, (17) 5:30 p.m. - Harris Lake

  2. Returning library books- Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  3. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  4. Purple Cord Opportunity-Demoney Elementary PAT is looking for help unloading Scratch Cupcakes.  It’s today. It will be at Farm Bureau in the back room starting at 2:30 with unloading and we will go until 5:30-6:00. We’d appreciate any help! Please contact Liz Montgomery @ jensene2295@hotmail.com cell#712-209-0978  

  5. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431.

  6. Organizational meeting for all ELC HS girls that are planning to participate in High School  basketball next season. The meeting is Tuesday morning May 17 at 7:30 am in the HS Little Theater. The meeting should last no  longer than 15 minutes. All girls planning on participating in the ELC HS Girls Basketball please plan to attend.


 

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org  

   MAY 11,   2022 – CYCLE 14,  DAY 5,  8TH WEEK 

  1. Activities:   May Today  9 a.m. G tennis Regional Individual at LeMars, 10 a.m. B golf sectionals - Landsmeer Golf Club; (12) 4 p.m. G/B track Districts at Cherokee; 

  2. Returning library books- Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  3. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  4. Purple Cord Opportunity-Demoney Elementary PAT is looking for help unloading Scratch Cupcakes.  It’s today. It will be at Farm Bureau in the back room starting at 2:30 with unloading and we will go until 5:30-6:00. We’d appreciate any help! Please contact Liz Montgomery @ jensene2295@hotmail.com cell#712-209-0978  

  5. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431.

  6. Organizational meeting for all ELC HS girls that are planning to participate in High School  basketball next season. The meeting is Tuesday morning May 17 at 7:30 am in the HS Little Theater. The meeting should last no  longer than 15 minutes. All girls planning on participating in the ELC HS Girls Basketball please plan to attend.


 

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org  

  MAY 10,  2022 – CYCLE 14,  DAY 4   8TH WEEK 

  1. Activities:   May Today  7 p.m. HS/MS Spring Band Concert - Gym, (11) 9 a.m. G tennis Regional Individual at LeMars, 10 a.m. B golf sectionals - Landsmeer Golf Club; (12) 4 p.m. G/B track Districts at Cherokee

  2. Returning library books- Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  3. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  4. Purple Cord Opportunity-Demoney Elementary PAT is looking for help unloading Scratch Cupcakes.  It’s Wed May 11th. It will be at Farm Bureau in the back room starting at 2:30 with unloading and we will go until 5:30-6:00. We’d appreciate any help! Please contact Liz Montgomery @ jensene2295@hotmail.com cell#712-209-0978  

  5. Band Concert-The 5th - 12th Spring Band Concert will be held tonight at 7 p.m. in the HS Gym.   The concert will begin with performances by the 5th, 6th, & 7th/8th Concert Bands.   There will be a short intermission followed by the HS Concert Band.   There will also be awards presented to recognize students for their accomplishments throughout the year  A freewill donation will be accepted as admission to the concert and all donations will help support the band program at ELC. 

  6. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431


 

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org  

  MAY 9,  2022 – CYCLE 14,  DAY 3,   8TH WEEK 

  1. Activities:   May Today B tennis Regional Individual, 10 a.m. G golf Lakes Conference at Spencer, B golf Lakes Conference at Lake Creek Country Club, 4:30 p.m/.B track at Spencer, 5 p.m. G track - Emmetsburg; (10) 7 p.m. HS/MS Spring Band Concert - Gym, (11) 9 a.m. G tennis Regional Individual at LeMars, 10 a.m. B golf sectionals - Landsmeer Golf Club; (12) 4 p.m. G/B track Districts at Cherokee

  2. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is today, , Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  3. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  4. Purple Cord Opportunity-Demoney Elementary PAT is looking for help unloading Scratch Cupcakes.  It’s Wed May 11th. It will be at Farm Bureau in the back room starting at 2:30 with unloading and we will go until 5:30-6:00. We’d appreciate any help! Please contact Liz Montgomery @ jensene2295@hotmail.com cell#712-209-0978  

  5. Band Concert-The 5th - 12th Spring Band Concert will be held on Tuesday, May 10th at 7 p.m. in the HS Gym.   The concert will begin with performances by the 5th, 6th, & 7th/8th Concert Bands.   There will be a short intermission followed by the HS Concert Band.   There will also be awards presented to recognize students for their accomplishments throughout the year  A freewill donation will be accepted as admission to the concert and all donations will help support the band program at ELC. 

  6. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431.


 

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org  

  MAY 6,  2022 – CYCLE 14,  DAY 2,   7TH WEEK 

  1. Activities:   May Today 12 noon B golf Invitational at Briggs Wood Golf Course, 4 p.m. G golf H w/Cherokee, G tennis H w/Spirit Lake,  B tennis at Spirit Lake, 4:30 G/B track Lakes Conference at Spirit Lake; (6) State Large Group Band/Choir Contest at Spirit Lake

  2. LIBRARY CLOSED THIS AFTERNOON 12:30-3:30.

  3. Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  4. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is May 9, Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  5. Seniors-Your purple cord hours are due today to Mrs. Gjerde.

  6. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  7. Purple Cord Opportunity-help with upcoming Garage Sale at St. Patrick's Church Duhigg Center. Set up times are 9-5 May 9th & 10th and 9-Noon on the 11th. Sale is 9-6 May 12th & 13th. They are needing most are helpers for tearing down our sale, moving tables, etc. on Saturday, May 14th from 9- Noon. If any students are interested in helping, they can contact Kathy Funston via call or text at 209-4921.

  8. Purple Cord Opportunity-Demoney Elementary PAT is looking for help unloading Scratch Cupcakes.  It’s Wed May 11th. It will be at Farm Bureau in the back room starting at 2:30 with unloading and we will go until 5:30-6:00. We’d appreciate any help! Please contact Liz Montgomery @ jensene2295@hotmail.com cell#712-209-0978  

  9. Band Concert-The 5th - 12th Spring Band Concert will be held on Tuesday, May 10th at 7 p.m. in the HS Gym.   The concert will begin with performances by the 5th, 6th, & 7th/8th Concert Bands.   There will be a short intermission followed by the HS Concert Band.   There will also be awards presented to recognize students for their accomplishments throughout the year  A freewill donation will be accepted as admission to the concert and all donations will help support the band program at ELC. 

  10. Purple Cord Opportunity-Casee Ross at the Veteran Affairs-  They are looking for a group(s) to place memorial flags at Oak Hill for Memorial Day.  If you are interested in having your group/team volunteer or if you want more information please call Casee at 362-7431


 

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org  

MAY 5,  2022 – CYCLE 14,  DAY 1,   7TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Wisdom and Humility– Wisdom is the master virtue, the one that steers the others.  Wisdom tells us how to put the virtues into practice; it tells us when and how to act.  Humility is the virtue of striving for virtue.  Humility allows us to see ourselves, flaws and all, and to grow in character as we make positive changes.

  2. Quote of the week: Being humble means recognizing that we are not on earth to see how important we can become, but to see how much difference we can make in the lives of others. – Gordon B. Hinckley

  3. Activities:   May Today 12 noon B golf Invitational at Briggs Wood Golf Course, 4 p.m. G golf H w/Cherokee, G tennis H w/Spirit Lake,  B tennis at Spirit Lake, 4:30 G/B track Lakes Conference at Spirit Lake; (6) State Large Group Band/Choir Contest at Spirit Lake

  4. LIBRARY CLOSED THE AFTERNOON OF FRIDAY. MAY 6 12:30-3:30.

  5. Girls’ tennis results-Lakes Conference Tournament yesterday-4th as a team.

  6. Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  7. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is May 9, Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  8. Seniors-Your purple cord hours are due Friday, May 6th to Mrs. Gjerde.

  9. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  10. Purple Cord Opportunity-help with upcoming Garage Sale at St. Patrick's Church Duhigg Center. Set up times are 9-5 May 9th & 10th and 9-Noon on the 11th. Sale is 9-6 May 12th & 13th. They are needing most are helpers for tearing down our sale, moving tables, etc. on Saturday, May 14th from 9- Noon. If any students are interested in helping, they can contact Kathy Funston via call or text at 209-4921.

  11. Purple Cord Opportunity-Demoney Elementary PAT is looking for help unloading Scratch Cupcakes.  It’s Wed May 11th. It will be at Farm Bureau in the back room starting at 2:30 with unloading and we will go until 5:30-6:00. We’d appreciate any help! Please contact Liz Mont gomery @ jensene2295@hotmail.com cell#712-209-0978  

  12. Band Concert-The 5th - 12th Spring Band Concert will be held on Tuesday, May 10th at 7 p.m. in the HS Gym.   The concert will begin with performances by the 5th, 6th, & 7th/8th Concert Bands.   There will be a short intermission followed by the HS Concert Band.   There will also be awards presented to recognize students for their accomplishments throughout the year  A freewill donation will be accepted as admission to the concert and all donations will help support the band program at ELC. 

 

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org  

MAY 4,  2022 – CYCLE 13, DAY 6,   7TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Wisdom and Humility– Wisdom is the master virtue, the one that steers the others.  Wisdom tells us how to put the virtues into practice; it tells us when and how to act.  Humility is the virtue of striving for virtue.  Humility allows us to see ourselves, flaws and all, and to grow in character as we make positive changes.

  2. Quote of the week: Being humble means recognizing that we are not on earth to see how important we can become, but to see how much difference we can make in the lives of others. – Gordon B. Hinckley

  3. Activities:   May Today 12 noon B golf Invitational at Briggs Wood Golf Course, 4 p.m. G golf H w/Cherokee, G tennis H w/Spirit Lake,  B tennis at Spirit Lake, 4:30 G/B track Lakes Conference at Spirit Lake; (6) State Large Group Band/Choir Contest at Spirit Lake

  4. LIBRARY CLOSED THE AFTERNOON OF FRIDAY. MAY 6 12:30-3:30.

  5. Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  6. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is May 9, Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  7. Seniors-Your purple cord hours are due Friday, May 6th to Mrs. Gjerde.

  8. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  9. Purple Cord Opportunity-help with upcoming Garage Sale at St. Patrick's Church Duhigg Center. Set up times are 9-5 May 9th & 10th and 9-Noon on the 11th. Sale is 9-6 May 12th & 13th. They are needing most are helpers for tearing down our sale, moving tables, etc. on Saturday, May 14th from 9- Noon. If any students are interested in helping, they can contact Kathy Funston via call or text at 209-4921.

  10. The Super Cool Ultra Mega Art Show-Today  8:10-6:30.  Hs Gym, All ELC staff, students, and Community Members are welcome!

  11. Purple Cord Opportunity-Demoney Elementary PAT is looking for help unloading Scratch Cupcakes.  It’s Wed May 11th. It will be at Farm Bureau in the back room starting at 2:30 with unloading and we will go until 5:30-6:00. We’d appreciate any help! Please contact Liz Mont gomery @ jensene2295@hotmail.com cell#712-209-0978  

  12. Girls’ tennis results in Spencer yesterday-Lost 4-5

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    MAY 3,  2022 – CYCLE 13, DAY 5,   7TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Wisdom and Humility– Wisdom is the master virtue, the one that steers the others.  Wisdom tells us how to put the virtues into practice; it tells us when and how to act.  Humility is the virtue of striving for virtue.  Humility allows us to see ourselves, flaws and all, and to grow in character as we make positive changes.

  2. Quote of the week: Being humble means recognizing that we are not on earth to see how important we can become, but to see how much difference we can make in the lives of others. – Gordon B. Hinckley

  3. Activities:   May Today 8:10-4:30 Art Show-Gym, 4 p.m. G golf H, B golf at Spencer, G tennis at Spencer, B tennis H w/Spencer, 7 p.m. HS/MS Vocal Spring Concert - Little Theatre; (4) 8:10-6:30 p.m. Art Show - Gym, (5) 12 noon B golf Invitational at Briggs Wood Golf Course, 4 p.m. G golf H w/Cherokee, G tennis H w/Spirit Lake,  B tennis at Spirit Lake, 4:30 G/B track Lakes Conference at Spirit Lake; (6) State Large Group Band/Choir Contest at Spirit Lake

  4. LIBRARY CLOSED THE AFTERNOON OF FRIDAY. MAY 6 12:30-3:30.

  5. Senior meeting-Today at 1:30 in the cafeteria.

  6. Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  7. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is May 9, Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  8. Seniors-Your purple cord hours are due Friday, May 6th to Mrs. Gjerde.

  9. Talent Search-  Trudy Ahrens will be here today.

  10. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  11. The ELC Choir Department will be presenting their spring vocal concert today at 7:00 pm in the HS Little Theater. Performing will be the 5/6, 7/8 choirs followed by the high school. There will be a free will donation at the door.

  12. Purple Cord Opportunity-help with upcoming Garage Sale at St. Patrick's Church Duhigg Center. Set up times are 9-5 May 9th & 10th and 9-Noon on the 11th. Sale is 9-6 May 12th & 13th. They are needing most are helpers for tearing down our sale, moving tables, etc. on Saturday, May 14th from 9- Noon. If any students are interested in helping, they can contact Kathy Funston via call or text at 209-4921.

  13. The Super Cool Ultra Mega Art Show-Today 8:10-4:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 4th 8:10-6:30.  Hs Gym, All ELC staff, students, and Community Members are welcome!

  14. Purple Cord Opportunity-Demoney Elementary PAT is looking for help unloading Scratch Cupcakes.  It’s Wed May 11th. It will be at Farm Bureau in the back room starting at 2:30 with unloading and we will go until 5:30-6:00. We’d appreciate any help! Please contact Liz Mont gomery @ jensene2295@hotmail.com cell#712-209-0978  

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org     MAY 2,  2022 – CYCLE 13, DAY 4,   7TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Wisdom and Humiility– Wisdom is the master virtue, the one that steers the others.  Wisdom tells us how to put the virtues into practice; it tells us when and how to act.  Humility is the virtue of striving for virtue.  Humility allows us to see ourselves, flaws and all, and to grow in character as we make positive changes.

  2. Quote of the week: Being humble means recognizing that we are not on earth to see how important we can become, but to see how much difference we can make in the lives of others. – Gordon B. Hinckley

  3. Activities:   May Today 10 a.m. G golf Tournament at Spencer, 4 p.m. B golf at Cherokee, G/B track at Storm Lake; (3) 8:10-4:30 Art Show-Gym, 4 p.m. G golf H, B golf at Spencer, G tennis at Spencer, B tennis H w/Spencer, 7 p.m. HS/MS Vocal Spring Concert - Little Theatre; (4) 8:10-6:30 p.m. Art Show - Gym, (5) 12 noon B golf Invitational at Briggs Wood Golf Course, 4 p.m. G golf H w/Cherokee, G tennis H w/Spirit Lake,  B tennis at Spirit Lake, 4:30 G/B track Lakes Conference at Spirit Lake; (6) State Large Group Band/Choir Contest at Spirit Lake

  4. LIBRARY CLOSED TODAY AND THE AFTERNOON OF FRIDAY. MAY 6 12:30-3:30.

  5. Senior meeting-Tuesday, May 3rd at 1:30 in the cafeteria.

  6. Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  7. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is May 9, Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  8. Seniors-Your purple cord hours are due Friday, May 6th to Mrs. Gjerde.

  9. Air Force-will be here today during lunches.

  10. Talent Search-  Trudy Ahrens will be here on Tuesday, May 3rd.

  11. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  12. The ELC Choir Department will be presenting their spring vocal concert on Tuesday May 3rd at 7:00 pm in the HS Little Theater. Performing will be the 5/6, 7/8 choirs followed by the high school. There will be a free will donation at the door.

  13. Purple Cord Opportunity-help with upcoming Garage Sale at St. Patrick's Church Duhigg Center. Set up times are 9-5 May 9th & 10th and 9-Noon on the 11th. Sale is 9-6 May 12th & 13th. They are needing most are helpers for tearing down our sale, moving tables, etc. on Saturday, May 14th from 9- Noon. If any students are interested in helping, they can contact Kathy Funston via call or text at 209-4921.

  14. The Super Cool Ultra Mega Art Show-Tuesday, May 3rd 8:10-4:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 4th 8:10-6:30.  Hs Gym, All ELC staff, students, and Community Members are welcome!

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    APRIL 29,  2022 – CYCLE 13, DAY 3,   6TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Fairness makes the world go around.  Being fair is one of the most important ingredients of being a good person.  It is also key to making the world a peaceful place.

  3. Activities:    April  Today  Drake Relays,4 p.m. G/B golf at Jackson Country Club, 4:30 p.m. G track at Spencer; (30) Drake Relays, 9 a.m. B golf at Lake Creek Country Club, Storm Lake, G tennis  Lakes Conference at Storm Lake, B  tennis Lakes Conference at Spirit Lake

  4.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  5. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is May 9, Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  6. Seniors-Your purple cord hours are due Friday, May 6th to Mrs. Gjerde.

  7. Air Force-will be here May 2nd during lunches.

  8. Talent Search-  Trudy Ahrens will be here on Tuesday, May 3rd.

  9. Iowa Junior High and High School Rodeo-Saturday, April 30th 8 a.m. Cutting, 11:30 a.m. Rodeo, Sunday, May 1st Barrels 7:30 a.m., Rodeo 9:30 a.m.  Free Admission, See poster in entryway. for all events and concession stand info.

  10. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  11. The ELC Choir Department will be presenting their spring vocal concert on Tuesday May 3rd at 7:00 pm in the HS Little Theater. Performing will be the 5/6, 7/8 choirs followed by the high school. There will be a free will donation at the door.

  12. Purple Cord Opportunity-to help with the upcoming Garage Sale at St. Patrick's Church Duhigg Center. Set up times are 9-5 May 9th & 10th and 9-Noon on the 11th. Sale is 9-6 May 12th & 13th. They are needing most are helpers for tearing down our sale, moving tables, etc. on Saturday, May 14th from 9- Noon. If any students are interested in helping, they can contact Kathy Funston via call or text at 209-4921.

  13. The Super Cool Ultra Mega Art Show-Tuesday, May 3rd 8:10-4:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 4th 8:10-6:30.  Hs Gym, All ELC staff, students, and Community Members are welcome!

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      APRIL 28   2022 – CYCLE 13, DAY 2,   6TH WEEK 

  1. The following students need to see Mr. Kalous:  Leonardo Fortin Euceda, Donte Pietsch, Noe Us Soc, Sage Dietel, Cynthia Guido, Luis Rodriguez Zapata, Kai Vinyard, Vanessa Fairchild, Wilmer Felipe, Alex Ponce Diaz, Jaden Roberts, Carter Snyder, Alexa Diaz, Cynthia Peaches, Alyssa Rodriguez, Nevaeh Iraheta, Eli Ross, Anthony Trigger, Ariel Egeland, Lily Clabaugh, Carsen Renze

  2. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  3. Quote of the week:  Fairness makes the world go around.  Being fair is one of the most important ingredients of being a good person.  It is also key to making the world a peaceful place.

  4. Activities:    April  Today Drake Relays, 4 p.m. G golf at Rolling Hills Golf Course, Hull, IA, B golf H w/Western Christian, G tennis H w/Cherokee, B tennis at Cherokee, G track at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at North Union; (29) Drake Relays,4 p.m. G/B golf at Jackson Country Club, 4:30 p.m. G track at Spencer; (30) Drake Relays, 9 a.m. B golf at Lake Creek Country Club, Storm Lake, G tennis  Lakes Conference at Storm Lake, B  tennis Lakes Conference at Spirit Lake

  5.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  6. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is May 9, Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  7. Air Force-will be here May 2nd during lunches.

  8. Talent Search-  Trudy Ahrens will be here on Tuesday, May 3rd.

  9. Iowa Junior High and High School Rodeo-Saturday, April 30th 8 a.m. Cutting, 11:30 a.m. Rodeo, Sunday, May 1st Barrels 7:30 a.m., Rodeo 9:30 a.m.  Free Admission, See poster in entryway. for all events and concession stand info.

  10. Girls’ tennis results  with Sergeant Bluff Luton -From 4-26,  Varsity non conference dual-won 6-3.

  11. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  12. The ELC Choir Department will be presenting their spring vocal concert on Tuesday May 3rd at 7:00 pm in the HS Little Theater. Performing will be the 5/6, 7/8 choirs followed by the high school. There will be a free will donation at the door.

  13. Purple Cord Opportunity-to help with the upcoming Garage Sale at St. Patrick's Church Duhigg Center. Set up times are 9-5 May 9th & 10th and 9-Noon on the 11th. Sale is 9-6 May 12th & 13th. They are needing most are helpers for tearing down our sale, moving tables, etc. on Saturday, May 14th from 9- Noon. If any students are interested in helping, they can contact Kathy Funston via call or text at 209-4921.

         PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      APRIL 27,   2022 – CYCLE 13, DAY 1,   6TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Fairness makes the world go around.  Being fair is one of the most important ingredients of being a good person.  It is also key to making the world a peaceful place.

  3. Activities:    April  Today Last Advisor Advisee; (28) Drake Relays, 4 p.m. G golf at Rolling Hills Golf Course, Hull, IA, B golf H w/Western Christian, G tennis H w/Cherokee, B tennis at Cherokee, G track at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at North Union; (29) Drake Relays,4 p.m. G/B golf at Jackson Country Club, 4:30 p.m. G track at Spencer; (30) Drake Relays, 9 a.m. B golf at Lake Creek Country Club, Storm Lake, G tennis  Lakes Conference at Storm Lake, B  tennis Lakes Conference at Spirit Lake

  4. Community Blood Drive today-In the high school parking lot.  Go to your email for information and sign up on the Google form.

  5. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  6.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  7. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is May 9, Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  8. Air Force-will be here May 2nd during lunches.

  9. Talent Search-  Trudy Ahrens will be here on Tuesday, May 3rd.

  10. Iowa Junior High and High School Rodeo-Saturday, April 30th 8 a.m. Cutting, 11:30 a.m. Rodeo, Sunday, May 1st Barrels 7:30 a.m., Rodeo 9:30 a.m.  Free Admission, See poster in entryway. for all events and concession stand info.

  11. Girls’ tennis results at Storm Lake-From 4-25, Won conference dual 9-0.  3-1 in conference play, 4-1 overall.

  12. 7th - 12th ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop-Do you want to learn how to twirl a flag?   Do you want to see what it is like to be a member of the ELC Color Guard?   Join us at the 1st annual ELC Color Guard Summer Workshop June 1st - 3rd / 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.   The ELC Competitive Color Guard Squad (8 to 10 members)  will be selected at the end of workshop.   Registration forms can be picked up in the HS Activities Office, MS Office, and the Band Room.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Giebler or Mr. Began.  

  13. The ELC Choir Department will be presenting their spring vocal concert on Tuesday May 3rd at 7:00 pm in the HS Little Theater. Performing will be the 5/6, 7/8 choirs followed by the high school. There will be a free will donation at the door.

  14. The ELC Choir Department will be presenting their spring vocal concert on Tuesday May 3rd at 7:00 pm in the HS Little Theater. Performing will be the 5/6, 7/8 choirs followed by the high school. There will be a free will donation at the door.

  15. Purple Cord Opportunity-to help with the upcoming Garage Sale at St. Patrick's Church Duhigg Center. Set up times are 9-5 May 9th & 10th and 9-Noon on the 11th. Sale is 9-6 May 12th & 13th. They are needing most are helpers for tearing down our sale, moving tables, etc. on Saturday, May 14th from 9- Noon. If any students are interested in helping, they can contact Kathy Funston via call or text at 209-4921.

            Advisory Dates- TODAY, LAST ONE

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org     APRIL 26,   2022 – CYCLE 12, DAY 6   6TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Fairness makes the world go around.  Being fair is one of the most important ingredients of being a good person.  It is also key to making the world a peaceful place.

  3. Activities:    April  (26) 4 p.m. G golf w/Spirit Lake at Okoboji View, B golf H, G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 5 p.m. G track at Humboldt, B track at Emmetsburg; (27) Last Advisor Advisee; (28) Drake Relays, 

  4. Community Blood Drive April 27th-In the high school parking lot.  Go to your email for information and sign up on the Google form.

  5. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  6. Iowa National Guard will be here during lunches today..

  7.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  8. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is May 9, Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  9. Short meeting for anybody going out for VB next year at 7:45 am in the Little Theatre room today. If you cannot make it please let Jean know.

  10. Air Force-will be here May 2nd during lunches.

  11. Talent Search-  Trudy Ahrens will be here on Tuesday, May 3rd.

  12. Iowa Junior High and High School Rodeo-Saturday, April 30th 8 a.m. Cutting, 11:30 a.m. Rodeo, Sunday, May 1st Barrels 7:30 a.m., Rodeo 9:30 a.m.  Free Admission, See poster in entryway. for all events and concession stand info.

            Advisory Dates- April 27

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      APRIL 25,   2022 – CYCLE 12, DAY 5,   6TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Fairness makes the world go around.  Being fair is one of the most important ingredients of being a good person.  It is also key to making the world a peaceful place.

  3. Activities:    April  today 4 p.m. G tennis at Storm Lake, B tennis H w/Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track w/Okoboji at Spirit Lake, 5 p.m. G track at Humboldt; (26) 4 p.m. G golf w/Spirit Lake at Okoboji View, B golf H, G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 5 p.m.B track at Emmetsburg; (27) Last Advisor Advisee; (28) Drake Relays, 

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Iowa National Guard will be here during lunches on Tuesday, April 26th.

  6.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  7. Informational color guard meeting today at 7:30 a.m. in the Bandroom, for any student entering grades 7th - 12th that is interested in learning basic color guard skills and auditioning for the Fall 22 Marching Band Color Guard. 

  8. Returning library books-Seniors your deadline is May 9, Grades 9-11 your deadline is May 13.

  9. Short meeting for anybody going out for VB next year at 7:45 am in the Little Theatre room on Tuesday, April 26.  If you can not make it please let Jean know.

  10. Air Force-will be here May 2nd during lunches.

  11. Talent Search-  Trudy Ahrens will be here on Tuesday, May 3rd.

            Advisory Dates- April 27

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-20  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    APRIL 22,   2022 – CYCLE 12, DAY 4,   5TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  When you’ve…walked through that doorway of opportunity, you do not slam it shut behind you. You reach back, and you give other folks the same chances that helped you succeed.” – Michelle Obama 

  3. Activities:    April  today 10 a.m. B Golf at the Ridge, Sioux Center; 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, B tennis H w/Spirit Lake, (23) Prom; (25) 4 p.m. G tennis at Storm Lake, B tennis H w/Storm Lake, 5 p.m. G track at Humboldt, 4:30 p.m. B track w/Okboji at Spirit Lake

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  7. Informational color guard meeting on Monday, April 25th at 7:30 a.m. in the Bandroom, for any student entering grades 7th - 12th that is interested in learning basic color guard skills and auditioning for the Fall 22 Marching Band Color Guard. 

            Advisory Dates- April 27

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      APRIL 21,   2022 – CYCLE 12, DAY 3,   5TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  When you’ve…walked through that doorway of opportunity, you do not slam it shut behind you. You reach back, and you give other folks the same chances that helped you succeed.” – Michelle Obama 

  3. Activities:    April  today B Golf at Spencer, 1 p.m. G golf H, 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Spencer, B tennis at Spencer, 4:30 p.m. G/B track H; (22) 10 a.m. B Golf at the Ridge, Sioux Center; 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, B tennis H w/Spirit Lake, (23) Prom; (25) 4 p.m. G tennis at Storm Lake, B tennis H w/Storm Lake, 5 p.m. G track at Humboldt, 4:30 p.m. B track w/ Okoboji at Spirit Lake

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  7. Informational color guard meeting on Monday, April 25th at 7:30 a.m. in the Bandroom, for any student entering grades 7th - 12th that is interested in learning basic color guard skills and auditioning for the Fall 22 Marching Band Color Guard. 

            Advisory Dates- April 27

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org   APRIL 20,   2022 – CYCLE 12, DAY 2,   5th WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  When you’ve…walked through that doorway of opportunity, you do not slam it shut behind you. You reach back, and you give other folks the same chances that helped you succeed.” – Michelle Obama 

  3. Activities:    April  today (20) Midterms;  (21) B Golf at Spencer, 1 p.m. G golf H, 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Spencer, B tennis at Spencer, 4:30 p.m. G/B track H; (22) 10 a.m. B Golf at the Ridge, Sioux Center; 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, B tennis H w/Spirit Lake, (23) Prom

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

            Advisory Dates- April 27

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org     APRIL 14,   2022 – CYCLE 12, DAY 1,   4th WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Fairness does not mean everyone gets the same. Fairness means everyone gets what they need. ― Rick Riordan, The Red Pyramid

  3. Activities:    April  today 4 p.m. G golf H, B golf at Country Green Golf Course, B tennis at LeMars, 4:30 p.m. G track at Spencer, B track H-100th running of the Dick Barrett Relays; (15) No school-Good Friday,(18) No school-Easter Monday, 11 a.m.B golf at Spencer, 4 p.m. G golf H, G tennis at Spirit Lake, B tennis H w/Spirit Lake, 4:30 p.m. G/B track at North Union; (19) No School-Professional Development, 4 p.m. golf H, B golf at Lake Creek Country Club,  4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. G/B track at Spirit Lake; (20) Midterms

  4. U.S. Army-recruiter will be here during lunches today.

  5. No school-Friday, April 15th (Good Friday), Monday, April 18th (Easter Monday), April 19th Professional Development)

  6. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  7. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  8. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  9.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  10. Football cheerleading-Anyone interested in doing football cheer next year needs to sign up outside W-240 by 3:30 today.  If you have any questions please feel free to email sonja.christensen@elc-csd.org.

            Advisory Dates- April 27

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org     APRIL 13,   2022 – CYCLE 11, DAY 6,   4th WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Fairness does not mean everyone gets the same. Fairness means everyone gets what they need. ― Rick Riordan, The Red Pyramid

  3. Activities:    April  (14) 4 p.m. G golf H, B golf at Country Green Golf Course, B tennis at LeMars, 4:30 p.m. G track at Spencer, B track H-100th running of the Dick Barrett Relays; (15) No school-Good Friday,(18) No school-Easter Monday, 11 a.m.B golf at Spencer, 4 p.m. G golf H, G tennis at Spirit Lake, B tennis H w/Spirit Lake, 4:30 p.m. G/B track at North Union; (19) No School-Professional Development, 4 p.m. golf H, B golf at Lake Creek Country Club,  4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. G/B track at Spirit Lake; (20) Midterms

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  7.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  8. Accuplacer test-Any student who did not get their Accuplacer Testing completed when we tested on today should report to the OLC 1st period today ILCC and Mrs. Prososki will be completing testing.  This will be done in the Online Learning Center. 

  9. Football cheerleading-Anyone interested in doing football cheer next year needs to sign up outside W-240 by 3:30 this Thursday. If you have any questions please feel free to email sonja.christensen@elc-csd.org.

  10. Girls’ Tennis Results-ELC 5, Cherokee 4

            Advisory Dates- April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org     APRIL 12,   2022 – CYCLE 11, DAY 5,   4th WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Fairness does not mean everyone gets the same. Fairness means everyone gets what they need. ― Rick Riordan, The Red Pyramid

  3. Activities:    April (11-12) FFA State Convention,  today 4 p.m. G golf H w/Cherokee, B golf at Cherokee, B tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff-Luton, 4:30 p.m.B track at Spirit Lake,  G track at Algona; (18) No school-Easter Monday, 11 a.m.B golf at Spencer, 4 p.m. G golf H, G tennis at Spirit Lake, B tennis H w/Spirit Lake, 4:30 p.m. G/B track at North Union; (19) No School-Professional Development, 4 p.m. golf H, B golf at Lake Creek Country Club,  4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. G/B track at Spirit Lake; (20) Midterms

  4. 10th graders today-Today is Career Exploration Day at ILCc Emmetsburg.  Check into your 1st period class, then busses will leave at 8:20. 

  5. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  6. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  7. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  8.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  9. Accuplacer test-Any student who did not get their Accuplacer Testing completed when we tested on Wednesday should report to the OLC 1st period on Wed. April 13th.   ILCC and Mrs. Prososki will be completing testing.  This will be done in the Online Learning Center. 

  10. Football cheerleading-Anyone interested in doing football cheer next year needs to sign up outside W-240 by 3:30 this Thursday. If you have any questions please feel free to email sonja.christensen@elc-csd.org.

  11. Girls’ Tennis Results at Dennis Price Girl’s Tennis Tournament-Varsity 5th place, Lone medalist for ELC was Grace Johnson 3rd in #1 singles.

            Advisory Dates- April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org     APRIL  11,   2022 – CYCLE 11, DAY 4,   4th WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Fairness does not mean everyone gets the same. Fairness means everyone gets what they need. ― Rick Riordan, The Red Pyramid

  3. Activities:    April (11-12) FFA State Convention, 4 p.m. G golf H, G tennis at Cherokee, B tennis H w/Cherokee; (12) 4 p.m. G golf H w/Cherokee, B golf at Cherokee, B tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff-Luton, 4:30 p.m.B track at Spirit Lake, 5 p.m. G track at Algona

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  7.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  8. Accuplacer test-Any student who did not get their Accuplacer Testing completed when we tested on Wednesday should report to the OLC 1st period on Wed. April 13th.   ILCC and Mrs. Prososki will be completing testing.  This will be done in the Online Learning Center. 

  9. Talent Search-Trudy Ahrens  will be here today.

            Advisory Dates- April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      APRIL  8,   2022 – CYCLE 11, DAY 3,   3RD WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Choose your socks by their color and your friends by their character.  Choosing your socks by their character makes no sense.  Choosing your friends by their color is unthinkable.-unknown

  3. Activities:    April (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer; (11-12) FFA State Convention, 4 p.m. G golf H, G tennis at Cherokee, B tennis H w/Cherokee; (12) 4 p.m. G golf H w/Cherokee, B golf at Cherokee, B tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff-Luton, 4:30 p.m.B track at Spirit Lake, 5 p.m. G track at Algona

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  7. Purple Cord Opportunity:  Saturday, April 9 7:30-11:30 Dad's Waffle Fundraiser for the Demoney Playground Project at the Grandview Baptist Church in Estherville.  You can volunteer for Shift 1 is 7:00-9:30am, Shift 2 is 9:00-11:30am, or for the entire morning.  Work will include unloading supplies, kitchen help, cleaning tables, etc.  If you are interested in volunteering, please email: Mrs. Gjerde,  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org or stop in her classroom to sign up. 

  8.  Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

  9. Talent Search-Trudy Ahrens  will be here on Monday, April 11th.

            Advisory Dates- April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org     APRIL  7,   2022 – CYCLE 11, DAY 2,   3RD WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Choose your socks by their color and your friends by their character.  Choosing your socks by their character makes no sense.  Choosing your friends by their color is unthinkable.-unknown

  3. Activities:    April today (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer; (11-12) FFA State Convention, 4 p.m. G golf H, G tennis at Cherokee, B tennis H w/Cherokee; (12) 4 p.m. G golf H w/Cherokee, B golf at Cherokee, B tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff-Luton, 4:30 p.m.B track at Spirit Lake, 5 p.m. G track at Algona

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  7. Purple Cord Opportunity:  Saturday, April 9 7:30-11:30 Dad's Waffle Fundraiser for the Demoney Playground Project at the Grandview Baptist Church in Estherville.  You can volunteer for Shift 1 is 7:00-9:30am, Shift 2 is 9:00-11:30am, or for the entire morning.  Work will include unloading supplies, kitchen help, cleaning tables, etc.  If you are interested in volunteering, please email: Mrs. Gjerde,  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org or stop in her classroom to sign up.

  8. Talent Search-Trudy Ahrens will be in the cafeteria today

  9. Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

            Advisory Dates- April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      APRIL  6,   2022 – CYCLE 11, DAY 1   3rd WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Choose your socks by their color and your friends by their character.  Choosing your socks by their character makes no sense.  Choosing your friends by their color is unthinkable.-unknown

  3. Activities:    April today (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at Cherokee; (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  7. Purple Cord Opportunity:  Saturday, April 9 7:30-11:30 Dad's Waffle Fundraiser for the Demoney Playground Project at the Grandview Baptist Church in Estherville.  You can volunteer for Shift 1 is 7:00-9:30am, Shift 2 is 9:00-11:30am, or for the entire morning.  Work will include unloading supplies, kitchen help, cleaning tables, etc.  If you are interested in volunteering, please email: Mrs. Gjerde,  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org or stop in her classroom to sign up.

  8. Talent Search-Trudy Ahrens will be in the cafeteria on Thursday, April 7th.

  9. Girl’s Tennis Results-From Monday, April 4th-Elc 8, LeMars 1

  10. Purple Cord Opportunity-Any students looking for purple cord hours, ELLA (Estherville Little League Association) is looking for volunteers to work concessions Monday-Thursday from 5:00-8:00. Please contact McKenzie Peta at 712-209-2406 with any questions.

            Advisory Dates-April Today and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org     APRIL  5,   2022 – CYCLE 10, DAY 6,   3rd WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Choose your socks by their color and your friends by their character.  Choosing your socks by their character makes no sense.  Choosing your friends by their color is unthinkable.-unknown

  3. Activities:    April today 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, 4:30 p.m. G /B track H; (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at Cherokee; (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  7. Purple Cord Opportunity:  Saturday, April 9 7:30-11:30 Dad's Waffle Fundraiser for the Demoney Playground Project at the Grandview Baptist Church in Estherville.  You can volunteer for Shift 1 is 7:00-9:30am, Shift 2 is 9:00-11:30am, or for the entire morning.  Work will include unloading supplies, kitchen help, cleaning tables, etc.  If you are interested in volunteering, please email: Mrs. Gjerde,  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org or stop in her classroom to sign up.

  8. Talent Search-Trudy Ahrens will be in the cafeteria on Thursday, April 7th.

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      APRIL  4,   2022 – CYCLE 10, DAY 5,   3rd WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition:  Fairness-A fair person treats others equally, takes turns, plays by the rules, and is open-minded.

  2. Quote of the week:  Live so that when your children think of fairness, caring, and integrity, they think of you.”  – H. Jackson Brown

  3. Activities:    April today  4 p.m. G tennis H w/LeMars; (5) 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, 4:30 p.m. G /B track H; (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at Cherokee; (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  7. Softball sign up sheet for any girls who plan on going out for high school softball this summer in Jo Lutz's office. Please stop by & sign up. The sign up sheet will be picked up after school on Monday, April 4th. 

  8. Purple Cord Opportunity:  Saturday, April 9 7:30-11:30 Dad's Waffle Fundraiser for the Demoney Playground Project at the Grandview Baptist Church in Estherville.  You can volunteer for Shift 1 is 7:00-9:30am, Shift 2 is 9:00-11:30am, or for the entire morning.  Work will include unloading supplies, kitchen help, cleaning tables, etc.  If you are interested in volunteering, please email: Mrs. Gjerde,  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org or stop in her classroom to sign up.

  9. Air Force Recruiter-will be here during lunches today.

  10. Talent Search-Trudy Ahrens will be in the cafeteria on Thursday, April 7th.

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      APRIL  1,   2022 – CYCLE 10, DAY 4,   2ND WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week:  It’s a rare person who doesn’t get discouraged.  Whether it happens to us or to someone we know, the answer to this dilemma centers around one word:  perseverance.  Unknown

  3. Activities:    April (4) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/LeMars; (5) 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, 4:30 p.m. G /B track H; (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at Cherokee; (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer

  4. April is Autism Awareness Month-Wear Blue every Wednesday to show your support.

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person. (4-1)

  7. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  8. Purple Cord Opportunity: Champion State of Mind will be hosting a summer camp this year for  community kids. The ages of the kids will range from 6 years - 11 years of age.  The camp will be for 4 days.  The dates have not been confirmed yet.  If you are interested in helping with the camp, and would like more information, please contact: Adam Reiter areiter@championmind.org or adam.reiter@elc-csd.org Any/all help would be greatly appreciated! (4-1)

  9. Softball sign up sheet for any girls who plan on going out for high school softball this summer in Jo Lutz's office. Please stop by & sign up. The sign up sheet will be picked up after school on Monday, April 4th. 

  10. Purple Cord Opportunity:  Saturday, April 9 7:30-11:30 Dad's Waffle Fundraiser for the Demoney Playground Project at the Grandview Baptist Church in Estherville.  You can volunteer for Shift 1 is 7:00-9:30am, Shift 2 is 9:00-11:30am, or for the entire morning.  Work will include unloading supplies, kitchen help, cleaning tables, etc.  If you are interested in volunteering, please email: Mrs. Gjerde,  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org or stop in her classroom to sign up.

  11. Air Force Recruiter-will be here during lunches on Monday, April 4th.

  12. Talent Search-Trudy Ahrens will be in the cafeteria on Thursday, April 7th.

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      MARCH  31,   2022 – CYCLE 10, DAY 3,   2ND WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week:  It’s a rare person who doesn’t get discouraged.  Whether it happens to us or to someone we know, the answer to this dilemma centers around one word:  perseverance.  Unknown

  3. Activities:    April (4) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/LeMars; (5) 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, 4:30 p.m. G /B track H; (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at Cherokee; (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer

  4. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  5. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person. (4-1)

  6. February Purple Cord hours due today. Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  7. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  8. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

  9. Bring Hope to Ukrainian Citizens-Gifts for Ukraine are being collected at the Estherville VFW Post 3388 and Citizens Credit Union.  Cash or checks payable to the VFW disaster fund to be sent to the Salvation Army to go to Poland at 100% to help Ukrainian Refugees.  All proceeds need to be received by April 1st.

  10. Purple Cord Opportunity: Champion State of Mind will be hosting a summer camp this year for  community kids. The ages of the kids will range from 6 years - 11 years of age.  The camp will be for 4 days.  The dates have not been confirmed yet.  If you are interested in helping with the camp, and would like more information, please contact: Adam Reiter areiter@championmind.org or adam.reiter@elc-csd.org Any/all help would be greatly appreciated! (4-1)

  11. Softball sign up sheet for any girls who plan on going out for high school softball this summer in Jo Lutz's office. Please stop by & sign up. The sign up sheet will be picked up after school on Monday, April 4th. 

  12. Purple Cord Opportunity:  Saturday, April 9 7:30-11:30 Dad's Waffle Fundraiser for the Demoney Playground Project at the Grandview Church in Estherville.  You can volunteer for Shift 1 is 7:00-9:30am, Shift 2 is 9:00-11:30am, or for the entire morning.  Work will include unloading supplies, kitchen help, cleaning tables, etc.  If you are interested in volunteering, please email: Mrs. Gjerde,  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org or stop in her classroom to sign up. 

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      MARCH  30,   2022 – CYCLE 10, DAY 2,   2ND WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week:  It’s a rare person who doesn’t get discouraged.  Whether it happens to us or to someone we know, the answer to this dilemma centers around one word:  perseverance.  Unknown

  3. Activities:    April (4) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/LeMars; (5) 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, 4:30 p.m. G /B track at Okoboji; (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at Cherokee; (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer

  4. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  5. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person. (4-1)

  6. February Purple Cord hours due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  7. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  8. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

  9. Bring Hope to Ukrainian Citizens-Gifts for Ukraine are being collected at the Estherville VFW Post 3388 and Citizens Credit Union.  Cash or checks payable to the VFW disaster fund to be sent to the Salvation Army to go to Poland at 100% to help Ukrainian Refugees.  All proceeds need to be received by April 1st.

  10. Purple Cord Opportunity: Champion State of Mind will be hosting a summer camp this year for  community kids. The ages of the kids will range from 6 years - 11 years of age.  The camp will be for 4 days.  The dates have not been confirmed yet.  If you are interested in helping with the camp, and would like more information, please contact: Adam Reiter areiter@championmind.org or adam.reiter@elc-csd.org Any/all help would be greatly appreciated! (4-1)

  11. Softball sign up sheet for any girls who plan on going out for high school softball this summer in Jo Lutz's office. Please stop by & sign up. The sign up sheet will be picked up after school on Monday, April 4th. 

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    MARCH  29,   2022 – CYCLE 10, DAY 1,   2ND WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week:  It’s a rare person who doesn’t get discouraged.  Whether it happens to us or to someone we know, the answer to this dilemma centers around one word:  perseverance.  Unknown

  3. Activities:    March   Today  IA Assessments, Today 4 p.m. G Golf at Spencer Scrimmage;  April (4) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/LeMars; (5) 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, 4:30 p.m. G /B track at Okoboji; (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at Cherokee; (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer

  4. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  5. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person. (4-1)

  6. February Purple Cord hours due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  7. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  8. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

  9. Bring Hope to Ukrainian Citizens-Gifts for Ukraine are being collected at the Estherville VFW Post 3388 and Citizens Credit Union.  Cash or checks payable to the VFW disaster fund to be sent to the Salvation Army to go to Poland at 100% to help Ukrainian Refugees.  All proceeds need to be received by April 1st.

  10. Iowa Assessment Tests and schedule- today Students in grades 9-11 report to assigned rooms for testing each morning at 8:05.  Room assignments will be posted outside office.  Please do your best on assessments as they are used for placement courses like ELC Reading, and your eventual ability to take college level courses.  Assessments help us know where we need to focus more teaching and time.  After testing, we will use a 2.5-hour late start schedule.  Copies will be available in the office.  Seniors report at10:30 a.m.  If come earlier remain in the cafeteria.

  11. Purple Cord Opportunity: Champion State of Mind will be hosting a summer camp this year for  community kids. The ages of the kids will range from 6 years - 11 years of age.  The camp will be for 4 days.  The dates have not been confirmed yet.  If you are interested in helping with the camp, and would like more information, please contact: Adam Reiter areiter@championmind.org or adam.reiter@elc-csd.org Any/all help would be greatly appreciated! (4-1)

  12. Softball sign up sheet for any girls who plan on going out for high school softball this summer in Jo Lutz's office. Please stop by & sign up. The sign up sheet will be picked up after school on Monday, April 4th. 

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER- 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      MARCH  28,  2022 – CYCLE 9, DAY 6,   2ND WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week:  It’s a rare person who doesn’t get discouraged.  Whether it happens to us or to someone we know, the answer to this dilemma centers around one word:  perseverance.  Unknown

  3. Activities:    March   (28-30) IA Assessments, (29) 4 p.m. G Golf at Spencer Scrimmage;  April (4) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/LeMars; (5) 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, 4:30 p.m. G /B track at Okoboji; (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at Cherokee; (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer

  4. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  5. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person. (4-1)

  6. February Purple Cord hours due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  7. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  8. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

  9. Bring Hope to Ukrainian Citizens-Gifts for Ukraine are being collected at the Estherville VFW Post 3388 and Citizens Credit Union.  Cash or checks payable to the VFW disaster fund to be sent to the Salvation Army to go to Poland at 100% to help Ukrainian Refugees.  All proceeds need to be received by April 1st.

  10. Iowa Assessment Tests and schedule- today and Tuesday, March 29th. Students in grades 9-11 report to assigned rooms for testing each morning at 8:05.  Room assignments will be posted outside office.  Please do your best on assessments as they are used for placement courses like ELC Reading, and your eventual ability to take college level courses.  Assessments help us know where we need to focus more teaching and time.  After testing, we will use a 2.5-hour late start schedule.  Copies will be available in the office.  Seniors report at10:30 a.m.  If come earlier remain in the cafeteria.

  11. Purple Cord Opportunity: Champion State of Mind will be hosting a summer camp this year for  community kids. The ages of the kids will range from 6 years - 11 years of age.  The camp will be for 4 days.  The dates have not been confirmed yet.  If you are interested in helping with the camp, and would like more information, please contact: Adam Reiter areiter@championmind.org or adam.reiter@elc-csd.org Any/all help would be greatly appreciated! (4-1)

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER- 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    MARCH  25,  2022 – CYCLE 9, DAY 5,   1ST WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week:  There is no such thing as failure.  There is only giving up too soon. (Perseverance) –Jonas Salk

  3. Activities:    March  (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake , (28-30) IA Assessments, (29) 4 p.m. G Golf at Spencer Scrimmage;  April (4) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/LeMars; (5) 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, 4:30 p.m. G /B track at Okoboji; (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at Cherokee; (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer

  4. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  5. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person. (4-1)

  6. February Purple Cord hours due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  7. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  8. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

  9. Bring Hope to Ukrainian Citizens-Gifts for Ukraine are being collected at the Estherville VFW Post 3388 and Citizens Credit Union.  Cash or checks payable to the VFW disaster fund to be sent to the Salvation Army to go to Poland at 100% to help Ukrainian Refugees.  All proceeds need to be received by April 1st.

  10. Iowa Assessment Tests and schedule-Monday March 28th and Tuesday, March 29th. Students in grades 9-11 report to assigned rooms for testing each morning at 8:05.  Room assignments will be posted outside office.  Please do your best on assessments as they are used for placement courses like ELC Reading, and your eventual ability to take college level courses.  Assessments help us know where we need to focus more teaching and time.  After testing, we will use a 2.5-hour late start schedule.  Copies will be available in the office.  Seniors report at10:30 a.m.  If come earlier remain in the cafeteria.

  11. Purple Cord Opportunity: Champion State of Mind will be hosting a summer camp this year for  community kids. The ages of the kids will range from 6 years - 11 years of age.  The camp will be for 4 days.  The dates have not been confirmed yet.  If you are interested in helping with the camp, and would like more information, please contact: Adam Reiter areiter@championmind.org or adam.reiter@elc-csd.org Any/all help would be greatly appreciated! (4-1)

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER- 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    MARCH  24,  2022 – CYCLE 9, DAY 4,   1ST WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week:  There is no such thing as failure.  There is only giving up too soon. (Perseverance) –Jonas Salk

  3. Activities:    March  (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake , (28-30) IA Assessments, (29) 4 p.m. G Golf at Spencer Scrimmage;  April (4) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/LeMars; (5) 4 p.m. G golf at Pocahontas Area, 4:30 p.m. G /B track at Okoboji; (7) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Storm Lake, B tennis at Storm Lake, 4:30 p.m. B track at Cherokee; (8) 4 p.m. G tennis H w/Sergeant Bluff Luton, 4:30 p.m. G track at Cherokee; (9) 9:30 a.m. G tennis at Spencer

  4. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  5. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person. (4-1)

  6. February Purple Cord hours due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  7. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  8. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

  9. Bring Hope to Ukrainian Citizens-Gifts for Ukraine are being collected at the Estherville VFW Post 3388 and Citizens Credit Union.  Cash or checks payable to the VFW disaster fund to be sent to the Salvation Army to go to Poland at 100% to help Ukrainian Refugees.  All proceeds need to be received by April 1st.

  10. Iowa Assessment Tests and schedule-Monday March 28th and Tuesday, March 29th. Students in grades 9-11 report to assigned rooms for testing each morning at 8:05.  Room assignments will be posted outside office.  Please do your best on assessments as they are used for placement courses like ELC Reading, and your eventual ability to take college level courses.  Assessments help us know where we need to focus more teaching and time.  After testing, we will use a 2.5-hour late start schedule.  Copies will be available in the office.  Seniors report at10:30 a.m.  If come earlier remain in the cafeteria.

  11. Purple Cord Opportunity: Champion State of Mind will be hosting a summer camp this year for  community kids. The ages of the kids will range from 6 years - 11 years of age.  The camp will be for 4 days.  The dates have not been confirmed yet.  If you are interested in helping with the camp, and would like more information, please contact: Adam Reiter areiter@championmind.org or adam.reiter@elc-csd.org Any/all help would be greatly appreciated! (4-1)

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER- 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      MARCH  23,  2022 – CYCLE 9, DAY 3,   1ST WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week:  There is no such thing as failure.  There is only giving up too soon. (Perseverance) –Jonas Salk

  3. Activities:    March  (24) 4:30 p.m. B Track at Carroll, (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake , (28-30) IA Assessments, (29) 4 p.m. G Golf at Spencer Scrimmage

  4. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  5. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person. (4-1)

  6. February Purple Cord hours due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  7. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  8. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

  9. Bring Hope to Ukrainian Citizens-Gifts for Ukraine are being collected at the Estherville VFW Post 3388 and Citizens Credit Union.  Cash or checks payable to the VFW disaster fund to be sent to the Salvation Army to go to Poland at 100% to help Ukrainian Refugees.  All proceeds need to be received by April 1st.

  10. Iowa Assessment Tests and schedule-Monday March 28th and Tuesday, March 29th. Students in grades 9-11 report to assigned rooms for testing each morning at 8:05.  Room assignments will be posted outside office.  Please do your best on assessments as they are used for placement courses like ELC Reading, and your eventual ability to take college level courses.  Assessments help us know where we need to focus more teaching and time.  After testing, we will use a 2.5-hour late start schedule.  Copies will be available in the office.  Seniors report at10:30 a.m.  If come earlier remain in the cafeteria.

  11. Purple Cord Opportunity: Champion State of Mind will be hosting a summer camp this year for  community kids. The ages of the kids will range from 6 years - 11 years of age.  The camp will be for 4 days.  The dates have not been confirmed yet.  If you are interested in helping with the camp, and would like more information, please contact: Adam Reiter areiter@championmind.org or adam.reiter@elc-csd.org Any/all help would be greatly appreciated! (4-1)

  12. ELC is hosting a job fair today. We will run an advisory schedule that day.  Juniors and Seniors will be excused to attend the fair during their allotted time.  The schedule for the job fair is:

             12:00-12:30 p.m.  ELC 8th Graders 

                         12:30-1:15 p.m.    ELC 12th Graders

                         1:15-2:00 p.m.      ELC 11th Graders

                         2:00-2:45 p.m.      ELC 10th Graders

                         2:45-3:30 p.m.      ELC 9th Graders

             3:45-4:30 p.m.      Open to the Community - all are welcome

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER- 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      MARCH  22,  2022 – CYCLE 9, DAY 2,   1ST WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week:  There is no such thing as failure.  There is only giving up too soon. (Perseverance) –Jonas Salk

  3. Activities:    March  Today Begin 4th Quarter, 11:30 a.m. B Track - USD, 7 p.m. Patrons of Fine Arts Coffee House - Gym, (24) 4:30 p.m. B Track at Carroll, (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake , (28-30) IA Assessments, (29) 4 p.m. G Golf at Spencer Scrimmage

  4. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  5. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person. (4-1)

  6. February Purple Cord hours due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  7. Seniors:  Don't forget that many local scholarships are due April 15th to the google classroom.  Some do have alternative dates and turn-in locations so please continue checking these.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SqI-KKvZftViVCGeubYueG5X1PIBKyqrdePHEcFt7LA/edit 

  8. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

  9. Bring Hope to Ukrainian Citizens-Gifts for Ukraine are being collected at the Estherville VFW Post 3388 and Citizens Credit Union.  Cash or checks payable to the VFW disaster fund to be sent to the Salvation Army to go to Poland at 100% to help Ukrainian Refugees.  All proceeds need to be received by April 1st.

  10. Iowa Assessment Tests and schedule-Monday March 28th and Tuesday, March 29th. Students in grades 9-11 report to assigned rooms for testing each morning at 8:05.  Room assignments will be posted outside office.  Please do your best on assessments as they are used for placement courses like ELC Reading, and your eventual ability to take college level courses.  Assessments help us know where we need to focus more teaching and time.  After testing, we will use a 2.5-hour late start schedule.  Copies will be available in the office.  Seniors report at10:30 a.m.  If come earlier remain in the cafeteria.

  11. Purple Cord Opportunity: Champion State of Mind will be hosting a summer camp this year for  community kids. The ages of the kids will range from 6 years - 11 years of age.  The camp will be for 4 days.  The dates have not been confirmed yet.  If you are interested in helping with the camp, and would like more information, please contact: Adam Reiter areiter@championmind.org or adam.reiter@elc-csd.org Any/all help would be greatly appreciated! (4-1)

  12. ELC is hosting a job fair on Wed. March 23rd.  We will run an advisory schedule that day.  Juniors and Seniors will be excused to attend the fair during their allotted time.  The schedule for the job fair is:

             12:00-12:30 p.m.  ELC 8th Graders 

                         12:30-1:15 p.m.    ELC 12th Graders

                         1:15-2:00 p.m.      ELC 11th Graders

                         2:00-2:45 p.m.      ELC 10th Graders

                         2:45-3:30 p.m.      ELC 9th Graders

             3:45-4:30 p.m.      Open to the Community - all are welcome

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER- 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org      MARCH  18,  2022 – CYCLE 9, DAY 1,   11TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week: Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas A. Edison 

  3. Activities:    March  Today End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development; (22) Begin 4th Quarter, 11:30 a.m. B Track - USD, 7 p.m. Patrons of Fine Arts Coffee House - Gym, (24) 4:30 p.m. B Track at Carroll, (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake , (28-30) IA Assessments, (29) 4 p.m. G Golf at Spencer Scrimmage

  4. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  5. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person.

  6. February Purple Cord hours due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  7. St. Patrick’s Day-Wear your green today,  find coins around the school and turn into Mrs. Paulson to win a small prize.Sponsored by the Student Council.

  8. Seniors!  You have 1 month until many of the local scholarships that are turned in to Mrs. Brechwald are due.  These are a great way to earn money as the amount of people applying for them is much smaller than if you do a national scholarship.  Be sure to check the due dates/where they get turned in to and what all is required for the application.  The google classroom has details on how to attach your transcript to the applications that require it.  Contact Mrs. Brechwald  or Mrs. Prososki with any questions. ILCC has also let us know that their priority deadline has passed for scholarships but they have told us to have students continue to fill them out as they may qualify for some scholarships at this point.  They will leave this open for you to apply. Questions to Mrs. Brechwald.

  9. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER- 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org MARCH  17,  2022 – CYCLE 8, DAY 6,  11TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week: Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas A. Edison 

  3. Activities:    March  (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development; (22) Begin 4th Quarter, 11:30 a.m. B Track - USD, 7 p.m. Patrons of Fine Arts Coffee House - Gym, (24) 4:30 p.m. B Track at Carroll, (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake , (28-30) IA Assessments, (29) 4 p.m. G Golf at Spencer Scrimmage

  4. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Friday. March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person.

  7. February Purple Cord hours are due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  8. St. Patrick’s Day-Wear your green today,  find coins around the school and turn into Mrs. Paulson to win a small prize.Sponsored by the Student Council.

  9. Seniors!  You have 1 month until many of the local scholarships that are turned in to Mrs. Brechwald are due.  These are a great way to earn money as the amount of people applying for them is much smaller than if you do a national scholarship.  Be sure to check the due dates/where they get turned in to and what all is required for the application.  The google classroom has details on how to attach your transcript to the applications that require it.  Contact Mrs. Brechwald  or Mrs. Prososki with any questions. ILCC has also let us know that their priority deadline has passed for scholarships but they have told us to have students continue to fill them out as they may qualify for some scholarships at this point.  They will leave this open for you to apply. Questions to Mrs. Brechwald.

  10. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

  11. LIBRARY CLOSED TODAYT 10-1 P.M.

            Advisory Dates-April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER- 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    MARCH  16,   2022 – CYCLE 8, DAY 5,  11TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week: Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas A. Edison 

  3. Activities:    March  (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development; (22) Begin 4th Quarter, 11:30 a.m. B Track - USD, 7 p.m. Patrons of Fine Arts Coffee House - Gym, (24) 4:30 p.m. B Track at Carroll, (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake , (28-30) IA Assessments, (29) 4 p.m. G Golf at Spencer Scrimmage

  4. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Friday. March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Voter Registration-There will be a table set up in the cafeteria today from 8am-1pm for anyone who will be age 18 by November 8, 2022 to register to vote.

  7. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person.

  8. February Purple Cord hours are due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  9. St. Patrick’s Day-Wear your green on Thursday, March 17th, find coins around the school and turn into Mrs. Paulson to win a small prize.Sponsored by the Student Council.

  10. Seniors!  You have 1 month until many of the local scholarships that are turned in to Mrs. Brechwald are due.  These are a great way to earn money as the amount of people applying for them is much smaller than if you do a national scholarship.  Be sure to check the due dates/where they get turned in to and what all is required for the application.  The google classroom has details on how to attach your transcript to the applications that require it.  Contact Mrs. Brechwald  or Mrs. Prososki with any questions. ILCC has also let us know that their priority deadline has passed for scholarships but they have told us to have students continue to fill them out as they may qualify for some scholarships at this point.  They will leave this open for you to apply. Questions to Mrs. Brechwald.

  11. Mrs. Brechwald sent information regarding some free college credit classes this summer.  Please check email and google classroom for details.

            Advisory Dates-Today, April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER- 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    MARCH  15,   2022 – CYCLE 8, DAY 4,  11TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week: Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas A. Edison 

  3. Activities:    March  Today 4 p.m. B Track at BV, 7 p.m. HS Vocal Pops Concert; (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development; (22) Begin 4th Quarter, 11:30 a.m. B Track - USD, 7 p.m. Patrons of Fine Arts Coffee House - Gym, (24) 4:30 p.m. B Track at Carroll, (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake , (28-30) IA Assessments, (29) 4 p.m. G Golf at Spencer

  4. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Friday. March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. ELC High School Pops Concert - The ELC High School Vocal Department under the direction of Mr .Steve Bradburn will host its annual Pops Concert today at 7 pm in the high school little theater.  There will be performances by, ELC High School Varsity & Jazz Choir, as well as the Treble Choir.  There will also be individual performances. Admission is $6.00 for adults and students (K-12).  Patrons of the Fine Arts passes, workers passes and student activity tickets will be accepted.. For more information, please contact Shane Kalous, Activities Director at 362-7753.

  7. Voter Registration-There will be a table set up in the cafeteria Wednesday, March 16th from 8am-1pm for anyone who will be age 18 by November 8, 2022 to register to vote.

  8. Purple Cord -Good Samaritan Center is looking for help during their Spring Clean Up Days.  If it goes well, and there is interest, Good Samaritan would like the Clean Up Days to continue throughout the summer.  Please email me:  sonya.gjerde@elc-csd.org if you are interested in this opportunity.  When Good Samaritan decides on the days, I will email you with the dates, times and contact person.

  9. February Purple Cord hours are due March 31.  Mrs. Gjerde will not accept any hours from previous months. 

  10. St. Patrick’s Day-Wear your green on Thursday, March 17th, find coins around the school and turn into Ms. Zylstra to win a small prize.Sponsored by the Student Council.

            Advisory Dates-March 16, April 6 and April 27, May 11

PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER- 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org  MARCH  14,   2022 – CYCLE 8 , DAY 3,  11TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week: Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas A. Edison 

  3. Activities:    March  (15) HS Vocal Pops Concert; (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development; (22) Begin 4th Quarter, 7 p.m. Patrons of Fine Arts Coffee House - Gym, (24) 4:30 p.m. B Track at Carroll, (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake  

  4. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Friday. March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. ELC High School Pops Concert - The ELC High School Vocal Department under the direction of Mr .Steve Bradburn will host its annual Pops Concert Tuesday, March 15 at 7 pm in the high school little theater.  There will be performances by, ELC High School Varsity & Jazz Choir, as well as the Treble Choir.  There will also be individual performances. Admission is $6.00 for adults and students (K-12).  Patrons of the Fine Arts passes, workers passes and student activity tickets will be accepted.. For more information, please contact Shane Kalous, Activities Director at 362-7753.


 

            Advisory Dates-March 16, April 6 and April 27, May 11

 PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  2-18 No school, 2-21 No school - Presidents Day, 3-7 No School In-service, 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org

  MARCH  11,   2022 – CYCLE 8 , DAY 2,  10TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the weeK: Be like a postage stamp, stick to something until you get there.  Josh Billings

  3. Activities:    March  (15) HS Vocal Pops Concert; (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development; (22) Begin 4th Quarter, 7 p.m. Patrons of Fine Arts Coffee House - Gym, (24) 4:30 p.m. B Track at Carroll, (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake  

  4. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Friday. March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. ELC High School Pops Concert - The ELC High School Vocal Department under the direction of Mr .Steve Bradburn will host its annual Pops Concert Tuesday, March 15 at 7 pm in the high school little theater.  There will be performances by, ELC High School Varsity & Jazz Choir, as well as the Treble Choir.  There will also be individual performances. Admission is $6.00 for adults and students (K-12).  Patrons of the Fine Arts passes, workers passes and student activity tickets will be accepted.. For more information, please contact Shane Kalous, Activities Director at 362-7753.


 

            Advisory Dates-March 16, April 6 and April 27, May 11

 PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  2-18 No school, 2-21 No school - Presidents Day, 3-7 No School In-service, 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org

   MARCH  10,   2022 – CYCLE 8 , DAY 1,  10TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the weeK: Be like a postage stamp, stick to something until you get there.  Josh Billings

  3. Activities:    March  (15) HS Vocal Pops Concert; (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development; (22) Begin 4th Quarter, 7 p.m. Patrons of Fine Arts Coffee House - Gym, (24) 4:30 p.m. B Track at Carroll, (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake  

  4. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Friday. March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. Army -They will  be here during lunches today.

            Advisory Dates-March 16, April 6 and April 27, May 11

 PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  2-18 No school, 2-21 No school - Presidents Day, 3-7 No School In-service, 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org

   MARCH  9,   2022 – CYCLE 7 , DAY 6,  10TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the weeK: Be like a postage stamp, stick to something until you get there.  Josh Billings

  3. Activities:   March  (15) HS Vocal Pops Concert; (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development; (22) Begin 4th Quarter, 7 p.m. Patrons of Fine Arts Coffee House - Gym, (24) 4:30 p.m. B Track at Carroll, (26) Solo and Ensemble Contest - Clear Lake 

  4. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Friday. March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. SENIORS:  Herff Jones will be in the lunchroom from 11:30-1:10 on Wednesday, March 9th to hand out graduation caps and gowns.  Please make it a point to be here to pick yours up

  7. Library closed today  Only open for checking out and in chromebooks.

  8. Girls Track meeting  today at 3pm HS Little Theater.

  9. Army -They will be here during lunches on Thursday, March 10.

            Advisory Dates-March 16, April 6 and April 27, May 11

 PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  2-18 No school, 2-21 No school - Presidents Day, 3-7 No School In-service, 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org   MARCH  8,   2022 – CYCLE 7 , DAY 5,  10TH WEEK 

  1. TPositive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the weeK: Be like a postage stamp, stick to something until you get there.  Josh Billings

  3. Activities:    March  (15) HS Vocal Pops Concert; (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development  

  4. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Friday. March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  5. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  6. SENIORS:  Herff Jones will be in the lunchroom from 11:30-1:10 on Wednesday, March 9th to hand out graduation caps and gowns.  Please make it a point to be here to pick yours up.

  7. Library closed today and tomorrow.  Only open for checking out and in ch

            Advisory Dates-March 16, April 6 and April 27, May 11

 PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  2-18 No school, 2-21 No school - Presidents Day, 3-7 No School In-service, 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org

   MARCH  2,   2022 – CYCLE 7 , DAY 2,  9TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week: Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th. – Julie Andrews

  3. Activities:    March  (3)  Virtual School Day, 1:30 p.m. G BB State( vs Unity Christian in Des Moines; (7) No school-Teacher Professional Development;  (15) HS Vocal Pops Concert; (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development  

  4. Pep bus leaving at 9am on Thursday morning for the second round girls state basketball.  Riders must be signed up by today at 3:30.  Cost to ride $15, plus game tickets.  Sign up by stopping in activities office or calling Jo Lutz at the HS.

  5. Virtual Day-Thursday , March 3rd due to the basketball game.

  6. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Monday, March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  7. Girls’ Golf Meeting on today at 3:00 in the OLC in the high school library.  Check into the study hall first. Any high school girls interested in going out for golf need to attend this meeting.

  8. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  9. SENIORS:  Herff Jones will be in the lunchroom from 11:30-1:10 on Wednesday, March 9th to hand out graduation caps and gowns.  Please make it a point to be here to pick yours up

            Advisory Dates-Today and March 16, April 6 and April 27, May 11

 PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  2-18 No school, 2-21 No school - Presidents Day, 3-7 No School In-service, 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    MARCH  1,   2022 – CYCLE 7  DAY 1 9TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week: Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th. – Julie Andrews

  3. Activities:    March (1) Augustana College Jazz Band Festival -Sioux Falls; (7) No school-Teacher Professional Development;  (15) HS Vocal Pops Concert; (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development  

  4. Pep bus leaving at 9am on Thursday morning for the second round girls state basketball.  Riders must be signed up by Wednesday at 3:30.  Cost to ride $15, plus game tickets.  Sign up by stopping in activities office or calling Jo Lutz at the HS.

  5. Virtual Day-Thursday , March 3rd due to the the basketball game.

  6. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Monday, March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  7. Any 10th/11th/12th students interested in attending the College Fair at ILCC on Thursday, March 3rd should sign up via the form in the google classroom.  The College Fair is March 3, 2022, at Iowa Lakes Community College in the Estherville campus gymnasium. The program will run from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. There will be 55 Colleges, Military Recruiters, Trade Schools and Cosmetology Schools present

  8. Girls’ Golf Meeting on Wednesday March 2nd at 3:00 in the OLC in the high school library.  Check into the study hall first. Any high school girls interested in going out for golf need to attend this meeting.

  9. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  10. SENIORS:  Herff Jones will be in the lunchroom from 11:30-1:10 on Wednesday, March 9th to hand out graduation caps and gowns.  Please make it a point to be here to pick yours up

  11. No driving today for Driver’s Ed.

            Advisory Dates-March 2 and March 16, April 6 and April 27, May 11

 PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  2-18 No school, 2-21 No school - Presidents Day, 3-7 No School In-service, 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    FEBRUARY 28,  2022 – CYCLE 6  DAY 6 9TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Perseverance-A person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matters to him/her, and stays focused on them.  He/she never gives up no matter how hard it gets.

  2. Quote of the week: Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th. – Julie Andrews

  3. Activities:  February  today 2 p.m. Dismissal (AA schedule); 6:45 V G BB State Sergeant Bluff Luton in Des Moines;  March (1) Augustana College Jazz Band Festival -Sioux Falls; (7) No school-Teacher Professional Development;  (15) HS Vocal Pops Concert; (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development  

  4. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Monday, March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  5. Key Club is sponsoring a food drive. Boxes for each grade level will be located at the main doors. We're asking for donations of canned goods and other nonperishable food items. The food drive will run through today.

  6. Any 10th/11th/12th students interested in attending the College Fair at ILCC on Thursday, March 3rd should sign up via the form in the google classroom.  The College Fair is March 3, 2022, at Iowa Lakes Community College in the Estherville campus gymnasium. The program will run from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. There will be 55 Colleges, Military Recruiters, Trade Schools and Cosmetology Schools present

  7. Girls’ Golf Meeting on Wednesday March 2nd at 3:00 in the OLC in the high school library.  Check into the study hall first. Any high school girls interested in going out for golf need to attend this meeting.

  8. Today-Due to the early dismissal for the Girls’ state BB game, we will run an Advisor/Advisee schedule and dismiss after 7th period.

  9. Prom Dress Pop Up Shop We have a variety of new and gently used prom dresses  Where:  ELC High School Guidance Department (Mrs. Brechwald, Mrs. Jensen & Mrs. Gjerde) When:  Monday- Friday 8:00am-3:45pm (If you need an earlier or later time, just ask!)

  10. January Purple Cord Hours are due today.

  11. SENIORS:  Herff Jones will be in the lunchroom from 11:30-1:10 on Wednesday, March 9th to hand out graduation caps and gowns.  Please make it a point to be here to pick yours up

            Advisory Dates-March 2 and March 16, April 6 and April 27, May 11

 PLAN AHEAD-DATES TO REMEMBER-  2-18 No school, 2-21 No school - Presidents Day, 3-7 No School In-service, 3-18 End of 3rd Quarter, 3-21 No School In service, 3-28 Week of Iowa Assessments, 4-15 No School Good Friday, 4-18 No School, 4-19 No school In service, 4-20 Midterm, 4-23 Prom, 5-13 Last Day for Seniors, 10 a.m. Awards Day, 5-15 2 p.m. Graduation, 5-19  Last day of school, End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester

It is the policy of the Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district's Equity Coordinator, Tara Paul, Superintendent, 1814 7th Ave. S., (712) 362-2692, tara.paul@elc-csd.org    FEBRUARY 25,  2022 – CYCLE 6  DAY 5, .8TH WEEK 

  1. Positive character trait this month/definition: Trustworthiness-A person who is trustworthy lives with integrity and is honest, reliable, and loyal,

  2. Quote of the week: Few things help individuals more than to place responsibility on them, and to let them know that you trust them. (Trustworthiness)-Booker T. Washington

  3. Activities:  February  (25-26) Dordt University HS Honor Band; (28) 2 p.m. Dismissal (AA schedule); 6:45 V G BB State Sergeant Bluff Luton in Des Moines;  March (1) Augustana College Jazz Band Festival -Sioux Falls; (7) No school-Teacher Professional Development;  (15) HS Vocal Pops Concert; (18) End of 3rd Quarter; (21) No school-Teacher Professional Development  

  4.   PEP BUS TO GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT-The ELC Booster Club will be providing a charter fan bus to the first round of the girls’ state basketball tournament on Monday, February 28 at 6:45pm at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines- Estherville Lincoln Central vs Sergeant Bluff Luton.  The charter fan bus is available at a cost of $15.00 for ELC students and adults.  ELC students who are not in high school must have an adult supervisor with them on the bus.  The bus will leave the High School parking lot at 2:30pm and will leave Des Moines at the conclusion of the ELC Game.  The bus will arrive back in Estherville between 11:30 pm and 12:30am.  High School students must provide the ELC Activities Office with parent permission, before loading the bus. Deadline for sign-up is noon today.  A minimum of 42 riders are required in order to take the bus.  Other Information Where to Sign Up:  HIgh School Activities Office or Main Office  Sign Up Times:       Thursday 24 8:00am-4:00pm;       Friday, February 25 8:00 am-12:00 pm  Game Ticket:  You will also need to purchase a game ticket through the Varsity Bound Website.

  5. ELC State Girls’ BB Team Send off-Sunday, Feb. 27th 11-1 p.m. at  RWC.  Freewill donation meal, Top Hat BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches, beans, chips, cookies, water.  Proceeds go to the team for state and future expenses.  Stop by to wish girls good luck and get a signed poster by the team.  Take a picture with your favorite players.

  6. Drivers Ed-Sign up for the Spring session of Drivers Ed by Monday, March 18th.  Class will start on Monday, April 4th. 

  7. Key Club is sponsoring a food drive. Boxes for each grade level will be located at the main doors. We're asking for donations of canned goods and other nonperishable food items. The food drive will run the month of February.