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    EIS is in Phase 1-All Panther Online Learning Nov. 23-Jan 8, 2021.  Monday, January 11 we will return to Hybrid in-person classes as we did in the fall. Click this link for the most up to date 20/21 school year and COVID information.      EIS 2021

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Bobby McMahan Memorial at the Elizabethtown Athletic Complex

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EIS Families,

Elizabethtown Independent Schools will be offering a virtual option for K-5 students with an extenuating hardship during the 21/22 school year per superintendent application approval.  Below you will find a link to the EIS K-5 POL (Panther Online Learning) Handbook and the EIS K-5 POL Application Form.  The application window begins today, May 17th, and will remain open until Friday, May 28th in order for us to have time to review the applications and begin to make plans and preparations for the 21/22 school year.  If you have specific questions about the virtual program for K-5, please feel free to reach out to your building administrators or contact Jessica Turner at the EIS Central Office.

 

EIS K-5 POL Handbook 21/22

 

EIS K-5 Application Form 21/22

 

EIS Families,

Elizabethtown Independent Schools will be offering a virtual option for TK Stone Middle and Elizabethtown High School students with an extenuating hardship during the 21/22 school year per building administration application approval.  Below you will find a link to the EIS Middle/High POL (Panther Online Learning) Handbook and the EIS Middle High POL Application Form.  The application window begins today, May 17th, and will remain open until Friday, May 28th in order for us to have time to review the applications and begin to make plans and preparations for the 21/22 school year.  If you have specific questions about the virtual program for Middle/High, please feel free to reach out to your building administrators or contact Jessica Turner at the EIS Central Office.

 

EIS Middle/High POL Handbook 21/22

 

EIS Middle/High POL Application 21/22

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Tradition of Excellence: High Standards, Each Student, Every Day

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We are committed to high expectations for our students and with the support of parents/guardians and the community and the dedication of the students and staff, we will continue the tradition of excellence of the Elizabethtown Independent Schools and move our students forward!   

                           

 

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NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY STATEMENT
Please click this link to view the Non-Discrimination Policy Statement.

News & Announcements

New Principal at Elizabethtown HIgh School

Elmore

New Principal at Morningside Elementary

New Principal

Helmwood Heights-School of Merit Beta Merit Award

Helmwood Heights Elementary School has received the Merit Award. The National Beta School of Merit award is given to honor a club’s dedication and commitment to academic excellence. To achieve this prestigious honor, a school must include members from all eligible grade levels in their Beta club. This year, only 29% of Beta Clubs across the country received this award.

TK Stone Honor Band TK Band

TK Stone Honor Band, Back row left to right: Samuel Navarrette, Zander Hayost, Kaleb Jacobs, Passion Wright, Claire Springsteen,

Front row left to right: Kenneth Orr, Rush Clagett, Grace Hay, Jade Schmidt, Jocelyn Trejo-Zetina

Helmwood Heights Elementary Named National Beta School of Distinction National Beta Awards

Elizabethtown Independent Schools is proud to announce that Helmwood Height Elementary is a 2020-2021 National Beta School of Distinction. The school earned this recognition by increasing their club’s membership by at least 10% from last year.

National Beta School of Distinction is an honor for Beta clubs striving towards academic achievement, exemplary character, demonstrated leadership, and service to others. With an ongoing quest to instill these qualities in more students, the National Beta School of Distinction Award is designed to award those schools that show an increase in membership for the current school year. This year, only 14% of Beta Clubs across the country received this award.

In a congratulatory letter to the school, Bobby Hart, CEO said “This national award speaks highly of your commitment to academic excellence and illustrates your dedication to preparing students for their future.”

April Students of the Month

April Students of the Month

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