The results are in!
Congratulations to the following Skills medal winners:
For Early Childhood Education, Emilee Hutchins (SMHS)
For the Health Knowledge Bowl, Trinity Pratt (MDIHS) Lael Clapp (GSA) Paige Sawyer (EHS) and Andrew James (MDIHS)
For Digital Cinema Production, Ryan Ulichny and Maddie Henry (EHS)
For the Health Occupations Professional Portfolio, Taylor Staples (DISHS)
For Job Interview (Middle School) Elizabeth Boles (EMS)
For Job Interview (High School), Alexis Higgins (EHS)
For Job Skills Demo O (Middle School) Ethan Joy (EMS)
For Medical Math, Lauren Judson (EHS)
For Prepared Speech, Taylor Mason (EHS)
GOOD LUCK TO OUR SKILLS COMPETITORS!
Early Childhood: Emilee Hutchins
Culinary Arts: Oakley Bench
Health Knowledge Bowl: Trinity Pratt, Paige Sawyer, Lael Clapp and Andrew James
Health Occupations Portfolio: Taylor Staples
Medical Math : Lauren Judson
Prepared Speech: Taylor Mason
Job Interview: Alexis Higgins
Digital Cinema Production: Madeline Henry and Ryan Ulichny
TV Video Production: Mercedes Manosh and Jasmine Blaszak
Interactive Application and Game Design: Jesse Campbell and Joshua Campbell
Welding: Tyler Hallett
Welding Sculpture: Griffin Werner and Cody Dupont
Cybersecurity: Scotland Farmer, Manuel Gardne and Joshua Orellana-Cramer
Middle School Competitors:
Job Interview: Elizabeth Boles, 8th grader
Promotional Bulletin Board: Kaylee Bagley and Olivia Kolb-Dane
Job Skill Demo O: Ethan Joy
Come Check out our school!
New Student Open House
March 24th from 6-8 pm
Dear Ellsworth School Department Interested Community,
The Ellsworth School Department is in the process of searching for a superintendent of our schools. This process should be as thorough as possible, and it consists of many different aspects. One important element of the selection process is to solicit input from the public. A quick survey is therefore provided for you to contribute to this important responsibility.
As you look over a list of common leadership characteristics, you are asked to select the four (4) most important attributes which you believe a superintendent in Ellsworth should possess in his or her role as an educational leader. This survey is completely anonymous, and should only take a few minutes of your time.
On behalf of the Ellsworth School Department, the school board thanks you for providing your input to the search process. We always appreciate hearing from the community. Again, thank you, Kelly Mckenney School Board Chair
There will be a two hour delay for all ESD Schools, Tuesday, Feb 8, 2022.
Good Evening, due to inclement weather, there will be no school or remote classes for Ellsworth schools. School will resume on Monday, 2/7/22.
Due to a heating issue, all programming at HCTC is closed tomorrow, Thursday, 2/3/22. Welding at Bucksport HS is still in session.
We are now accepting applications for the 2022-23 school year.
Deadline is March 25, 2022
The City of Ellsworth Broadband Committee has developed and is distributing this survey in order to collect information on residential and commercial internet connectivity in the City. All names and addresses will be kept confidential and the data will be summarized to understand the needs of our community. Your input is essential in planning for potential broadband expansion in the City. Please Complete this survey by December 31, 2021. Paper Copies are available at the Ellsworth Library and City Hall. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ELLSWORTH_BB
The City of Ellsworth Broadband Committee has developed and is distributing this survey in order to collect information on residential and commercial internet connectivity in the City. All names and
addresses will be kept confidential and the data will be summarized to understand the needs of our community. Your input is essential in planning for potential broadband expansion in the City.
Please Complete this survey by December 31, 2021. Paper Copies are available at the Ellsworth Library and City Hall.
Due to notification of a positive COVID-19 Case associated with an individual at Ellsworth High School late last evening, Ellsworth High School students will participate in remote programming at EHS and HCTC on Monday September 20. EHS students will receive class links from their teachers and follow the attached bell schedule. EHS students attending HCTC will receive links from their instructors Monday morning and follow their regular schedule remotely.
All after-school co and extra curricular activities at EHS are cancelled for Monday September 20
HCTC students from Bucksport High School, Mount Desert Island High School, Sumner Memorial High School, Deer Isle Stonington High School, and George Stevens Academy will have in-person classes at HCTC as regularly scheduled. Bridge Academy students will attend their academic courses at EHS remotely.
Students at EEMS and Ellsworth Adult Education will attend classes based on their regular schedule.
Bell Schedule - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1y2kiyPjPn8sJlX3XuR0E4VYwTNMbzkmT/view?usp=sharing
On March 11, 2021, the President signed into law the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA). The American Rescue Plan funds have been allocated to districts to help safely reopen and sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on students. As part of receiving funds, the Ellsworth School Department must create a plan for use of the funds and give the public an opportunity to provide input in the development of its plan. We want your input on how to utilize the funds to best support our students.
This survey will close at 5:00 pm on Monday, September 20, 2021.
The Y Aftercare at the Moore Center is not able to accommodate the early dismissal of students from EEMS today.
This evening's Board workshop has been cancelled. There is no make up date.