The East Sac County Board meeting on June 24th at 12:00 noon at the Sac Elementary conference room will be live-streamed HERE
Teacher Leadership & Compensation (TLC) Grant
Click this link to see descriptions of the TLC positions and the schedule of dates for various aspects of applying and interviewing for the positions.
To access Mr. Mahler's summer Driver's Ed calendar click HERE
The Shoot it! Basketball camp for boys and girls will be hosted in Sac City Gym, not the school gym.
East Sac County Summer Camp Information
Football Camp registration form
Volleyball Camp registration form
Boys Basketball Camp registration form
Click HERE to see the East Sac County 2015-16 school calendar
East Sac offers Online lunch payments through PaySchools
Parents can now deposit money in their student's lunch accounts online. You must have a JMC account in order to do this. If you need a Parent JMC account please contact Julie Drost at the HS at 712-665-5000.
Go to PaySchools under Quicklinks to the right to read instructions how to use online deposit with PaySchools.
East Sac board meetings are live-streamed the night of the meeting. Previous board meetings and other events streamed and recorded on The Cube can been by going to Quick Links to the right or go to thecube.com to sign up and search for East Sac County Broadcasts.
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 Community School District
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.
East Sac County Schools empower all students to become productive, responsible citizens of an ever-changing global society.
The vision of East Sac County Schools is to be a community of teaching and learning that works as a team to create a caring environment that nurtures academic excellence. We will develop 21st Century Skills needed to succeed in and beyond the classroom by:
Building relationships with students, parents, staff, and community in a safe, caring environment.
Improving and utilizing effective communication skills.
Teaching students to access and analyze information through investigation.
Engaging student's curiosity and imagination.
Developing confidence to take action.
Instilling a strong work ethic, accountability, adaptability, tolerance, responsibility, and respect.
Through this shared vision, students will take ownership of their future.
Wall Lake View Auburn (WLVA) and Sac City School Districts began a whole grade sharing agreement the fall of 2006. On July 1, 2011 these schools officially merged to become East Sac County Community School District. Our district is approximately 980 students from the towns of Auburn, Lake View, Sac City, and Wall Lake.
“It is the policy of the East Sac County Schools not to illegally discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, creed, age (for employment), marital status (for programs), sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status (for programs) in its educational programs and its employment practices. There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination. If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district’s Equity Coordinator, Amanda Miller, 801 Jackson, Lake View, IA; Phone #712-665-5001 or 877-665-5001 firstname.lastname@example.org. ”