The Eleva-Strum School District has many things to be proud of and the reasons we have those things are because of our Great Students and Staff. Here is a look at our school report cards and an inform...
One of the great things about school is that everyone has the opportunity to have a hot breakfast and lunch! YUM!!
Captain Sandra Haidvogel visited the first grade on Monday, November 12, to observe Veterans Day. She explained who Veterans are, talked about how to thank Veterans, lead the first graders in the ...
HISTORICAL COMMITTEE MEETING WHERE: Central Library WHEN: Wed. Nov. 14, 5:00 pm Eleva-Strum School District is planning to celebrate its history at the community open house event on Jan. 4, 2019 as we dedicate our new elementary school. Everyone is invited to attend this informational meeting and to be a part of this group as we look to compile photos, yearbooks, memorabilia, and stories of the country school era, the village school era, up to our soon-to-be one site complex. If you are interested in assisting with this project, please plan to attend. Any questions can be directed to Cory Kulig at 715-695-2696 x2002 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org I hope to see you there!
There will be a Fan Bus headed to Bangor tomorrow for the Playoff Football Game. If you are interested in riding please call or email Jessica Bertrang (email@example.com or 715-695-2696 x2010) in the MS/HS office by 3:00 p.m. today. Cost is $3.00.
Repost due to incorrect dates on previous post: Elementary students will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week next week to make a stand against Drugs and Bullying. Have fun and dress-up to bring awareness to this cause. view image
Hey Elementary Students! What do you think of your new playground? There were lots of volunteers here to help assemble it. It was a lot of fun and we can't wait to see your smiling faces when you get to play on it. We will have more pictures coming soon after the rubber surface is poured. Stay tuned! Please note that the equipment is not ready to play on yet. Concrete was poured today to hold everything in place ant that needs time to dry. Also, your playground is still part of an active construction site with many safety concerns. view image