Happy Thanksgiving from East Sac County Schools!
No school on December 1st for Teacher Professional Development.
School Resumes for students on December 2nd
The JV/Varsity Boys Hall of Pride Scrimmage between East Sac and Denison-Schleswig can be seen live HERE on Monday, November 24th
It’s not too late for your child to get their flu vaccine!
Sac County Health Services still has flu vaccine available!
Sac County Health Services has VFC vaccine available if your child qualifies because of:
Another Winter Gear Drive for class competition points is scheduled! What better way to earn points for your class than bringing in gear that will benefit students all across the East Sac County district?! YOU can make a difference!
Hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, headbands, and sweatshirts will earn your class one point each.
You can rack up two points for each pair of boots, snow pants, or jacket!
ALL sizes of winter gear are welcome!
Drop off donations in the Faculty Collaboration Center from 8-8:15 the mornings of December 2-5 and/or at the high school back doors on Saturday, December 6 from 9-11.
The East Sac School Board meeting from Tuesday, November 18th can be seen HERE.
With winter weather approaching, the easiest way to be notified of weather-related annoucements via a text message for East Sac County is to sign up through KTIV.com. Click HERE to go to the KTIV sign up form.
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.