Facebook Workshop for Adults
On Tuesday, November 4th, during conferences the East Sac Student Tech Team will be presenting a workshop on Facebook for adults in the High School library. Each session will last about an hour. Anyone interested in learning more about Facebook is invited to attend. You will learn how to step up an account, how to find people you know, post and add pictures and set your security settings so you know who is seeing your information as well as other useful tips.
4-5 pm 5-6 pm 7-8 pm
MS Parent Teacher Conferences 2014
The following is the format the middle school will utilize for parent teacher conferences this fall:
November 4th—Certain parents will receive an invitation to attend this night. Conferences on this first night are limited to these requested conferences only.
November 6th—All parents are invited and encouraged to attend this night to meet with your child’s teachers individually in their classrooms.
Middle School Veteran's Day Observance Slated
The public is cordially invited to attend an all-school assembly at the East Sac County Middle School auditorium on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 2:45 p.m. During this short program, the school’s fifth and sixth grade choral groups directed by Mrs. Kolbe will share patriotic music. Additionally, the ceremony used to retire a flag will be presented and Mrs. Irwin’s students will be presenting their “Patriot Pen” essays. All veterans and families are invited to attend, as well as parents and grandparents of students. Help us recognize and salute the men and women who served our nation.
Son of Football Legend Coming to East Sac County - Aaron Thomas
Thursday, November 13th 7:00 p.m
East Sac County Middle School Auditorium
Aaron Thomas’ father Ed was a beloved high school
football coach at Aplington-Parkersburg who not only trained generations of players on the importance of hard work, dedication, excellence and commitment but personally put these values into action when he was the community leader who inspired his town to rebuild in the wake of a deadly EF 5 tornado. Not long after the community withstood the disaster of the storm, the small town of Parkersburg, Iowa, endured a far worse tragedy: the fatal shooting of Ed Thomas by a former player with some mental issues.
In this incredible story of ordinary people thrust
into an extraordinary situation, Aaron Thomas shares his family’s journey of showing uncommon strength during the darkest of times. Aaron will speak about dealing with adversity, making the most of all opportunities and the power of one. This event is free to the public. We hope to see you there!
NEW this year there will be a district wide yearbook - BK-12. No more buying two books in order to get the whole district. Low introductory price if order is placed by October 31, 2014. Order forms may be found in the HS office or from Mrs. Pudenz with payment returned to Mrs. Pudenz or High School office. If you choose to add an icon you must also add personalization. If you would like to order online, click HERE. Payment plans are available if you order online.
Don't delay! Order today!
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Welcome to East Sac County Schools, we are honored and thrilled you’re visiting our district website! The East Sac County Community School District officially came into being on July 1, 2011, a consolidation of Sac and Wall Lake View Auburn Community School Districts. We are a PK-12 district of approximately 1000 students, with elementary schools (PK-4) in Sac City and Wall Lake, Middle School (5-8) in Sac City, and High School (9-12) in Lake View.
Virtually all school districts have a mission statement; at East Sac County we genuinely attempt to use our mission to drive our actions: East Sac County Schools empower all students to become productive, responsible citizens of an ever-changing global society.
We live this mission by focusing decisions and planning on what appears to be two very simple, straightforward questions: 1) Is this in the best interest of our students? 2) Will this help our students learn and grow? These two questions keep us focused on what is truly important about and in schools – students.
Whether you are a current or former student or parent, district patron, or someone investigating a place to raise your family, know that East Sac County Schools welcomes you.