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2018 ELGS Apparel for Sale shirt
ELG School Referendum - Thank You Letter ballot

 

Thank You!
ELG School Referendum 
Passes! 1412 to 772


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American Education Week Celebration AEW

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2018 ELG Foundation Christmas Ornament - Winning Design Ornament

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Referendum Information referendum art

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Fall

We are off to a great start in preschool. 

REFERENDUM VOTE vote

November 6, 2018

Click here for a sample of the referendum question that will be seen on the ballot 

Reminder: While the ballot lists the maximum estimates, the District is committed to maintaining a flat mill rate of $8.21 for the five years of the referendum. This set mill rate will determine the annual referendum amount.

EL-G gets well-deserved good report card newspaper

Community Survey Review Editorial 

Public Referendum Meeting Dates meeting

October 23rd

at 7:00 p.m.

Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School Library

 

Hopping into a great school year.

we are off to a great start of the school year in childcare. some of the students helped design and put together some bulletin boards. Our preschool program will also kick off this week. 

Summer fun in Childcare childcare summer fun

We had a busy but fun summer in childcare. Enjoy some of the pictures from the summer Below

End of the year preschool picnic

We celebrated our last day of preschool back on May 24th with our hot dog party. 

Springtime in preschool Spring chicks

We are learning about spring in preschool. we will be reading books, doing crafts, and playing some games. 

Child care Closed for spring break Child care closed for spring vacation
Childcare closed for the Holidays childcare closed for the Holidays.
ELGS Fitness Center

The Kohl Community Fitness Center is available free of charge to district residents. Exercise is a vital part of physical and mental health and wellness. The Kohl Fitness Community Center is right next to the E.L. High School-take advantage of it! Exercise translates into better heart health (reduced risk of heart disease, heart attack and stroke), lowering blood pressure, boosting your HDL "good" cholesterol, increasing flexibility, stronger bones, relieving stress, boosting your energy, as well as, getting to your desired weight. Please see the 'Fitness Calendar' link under the Calendar section in our website's left margin to view Fitness Center operating hours outside of the school day. Prior to first use an orientation session must be arranged.

For more information such as volunteering to be a Fitness Center Supervisor, fees, equipment and orientation, please contact Ryan Faris, the High School Principal at 920-876-3381 or email: rfaris@elgs.k12.wi.us.

Interested in getting your own key to the fitness center? By volunteering to be a Fitness Center Supervisor and making a 1-2 hour weekly commitment to be available at the Fitness Center outside of school hours, a supervisor is given a key to use for this weekly commitment time on their own personal schedule. Contact Mr. Faris if interested in applying or learning more.

 

Welcome to Elkhart-Lake Glenbeulah ChildCare! daycare

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The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Child Care is located in the elementary school building. This child care program is designed to provide a safe, positive environment for children between the hours of 6:00AM - 6:00PM. Students can choose to participate in engaging activities, such as cooking, arts, crafts, sports, music, computer usage, and field trips. This self-sufficient child care enables students to interact with each other and the dedicated well-trained staff members, in a personalized setting.

We believe children need a healthy, safe place to work and play before and after school. This supportive environment offers students assistance with academics and implements developmentally appropriate activities for children ages 3-11. The children's needs are addressed in individual and group settings. Through group projects, individual projects, games and activities, positive engaging learning situations are achieved.