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Hello EES families! Starting next week on September 21st 4th and 5th grade students will begin the Fall MCAP assessments. 5th graders will test on September 21st, 22nd, and 23rd with make-up testing on the 24th. 4th graders will test on September 28th, 29th, and 30th with make-up testing on October 1st. Please read the flyers below for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
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“Practicing teamwork and saving poor Fred!” Our third graders in Mrs.Carter’s and Miss. Niewinski’s classes working in teams to get our sailing enthusiast Gummy Worm Fred into his life saving device using only paper clips after his boat capsized! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to our community partners at 4 Sisters Halal Meat and Groceries for donating backpacks and supplies to our elementary, middle, and high school students! We are so grateful! ... See MoreSee Less
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Hello EES families. Please check out the video below explaining our arrival and dismissal procedures. Doors open at 8:30am and dismissal will begin at 3:25pm. We look forward to seeing all of our students on Monday, August 30th! ... See MoreSee Less
The Talbot County Women's Club continued its long annual tradition of supporting local students with much needed school supplies, delivering donations of 76 backpacks along with writing supplies such as pencils, pens, highlighters, glue sticks, and notebooks along with many other necessary items to EES. Pictured left to right: Trish Latham, TCWC member, Tara Blades, School Counselor, Lisa Devaric, School Principal, Nancy Lutes, TCWC and Patricia Early, TCWC member and retired TCPS teacher. ... See MoreSee Less
Members of the First Baptist Church, Easton Outreach Committee came by with a generous donation of supplies for the nurses office and toured our school! Many thanks to Sarah Schweppe, Mary Lou Macdonald and Melanie Dressler and the entire FBC family! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for all that you do for the kids in our community!
No masks, and huddle up next to social distancing sign. Do as I say, not as I do.
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Week 6 of our Summer School was full of experiences. Some students tasted the produce from their garden they've taken care of all summer and helped Mr. Nate harvest the produce. Mr. Nate also worked with the younger students making seed necklaces this week. Some classes made calming bottles thanks to the lesson shared by Ms. Dina at the Judy Center. The fifth graders made cupcakes out of clay with guidance from Ms. Constance from the Academy of the Arts. Their work may even be chosen to compliment a poem by a published author. EVERYONE enjoyed a special snow cone treat. Mrs. Emily Jackson, Talbot County Board of Education Member, stopped by to see all the fun and learning. The ocean theme in Kindergarten and some First grade classes ended with a look at live jellyfish. Some PreK classes combined engineering and writing to design their own schools. It was nothing short of creativity, new experiences, and an opportunity to be face to face.
This ends our summer fun. We thank community partners, our staff, and our families for their partnership in this year's summer program. We extend our thank you to Deputy First Class, Tony London from the Talbot County Sheriff's department for his service to our school during our summer program.
Enjoy the remainder of summer and stay safe! We can't wait for the first day of school, August 30th. ... See MoreSee Less
Diane no hay para p3 cuando Dylan estudio yo no compre nada más que le lleve una cobija y cambio de ropa solo eso
What about p3?
El primer día del año escolar 2021-2022 se aproxima. A continuación encuentre la lista actualizada de los útiles escolares para la Escuela Easton Elementary. Si tiene alguna pregunta contacte a la escuela. ... See MoreSee Less
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Week 5 was packed with learning and experiences. Some students worked on geometry, symmetry, and solving story problems in math. Some students created things with Legos and wrote stories to go with them. Some learned about boats and completed a sink or float experiment. There were egg drop experiments, bubble experiments, and water activities in different classes. Mr. Nate came back to harvest the tomato gardens with Kindergarten, Ms. Dina completed another reading book activity with PreK, and the tooth fairy helper returned to visit the rest of first grade and PreK. Mrs. Robinson and Remi returned to provide a musical experience for every student. Learning, Creating, Experimenting, Collaborating, and FUN bring us to the end of week 5 and the start of week 6, our final week. Stay tuned! ... See MoreSee Less
We thank those that supported our special events for week 4 of summer school. Pickering Creek kindly shared knowledge of some local wildlife for the second graders. Mr. Nate came back to talk about harvesting the tomatoes the children planted during week 1 and provided peppers for the tasting this week. Ms. Constance joined us from the Academy of the Arts and taught the 4th graders how to make cupcakes from clay. Mrs. Vega, the tooth fairy’s helper from Eastern Shore AHEC, met with part of the first grade and the kindergartners to remind everyone of dental hygiene. The Judy Center and the library read to some of our classes. Mrs. Robinson and her son, Remi, worked with PK-5th grade on the drums and ukuleles. Ms. Jefferson and Jovi stopped in to see Ms. Miller. Students really enjoyed the variety of experiences in between their lessons. We thank the partners and the dedicated staff that have continued to put their heart and soul into our students. We look forward to the adventures of week 5! ... See MoreSee Less
Our school is so thankful for our partnerships with the community. Our partners offer the students a variety of experiences. This year we are appreciative of our partners supporting our students throughout summer school.
For weeks 1-3 we have enjoyed visits from Laura Powell at the Talbot County Library, Nate Bratko with the Maryland SNAP-Ed Program, staff from the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, and Dina Myers from the Judy Center. We are grateful for your creativity and commitment. ... See MoreSee Less
On the second to last day our 4th and 5th graders were learning some great STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities! In Mrs. Aleman's 4th grade class students were completing their roller coaster activity. They built their own "roller coasters" and watched how gravity and speed effected their small cars. In Mr. Stoker's 5th grade class the students built their very own rockets! The students used 2 liter bottles to build the rockets then filled them with water and pressurized air. They launched them this morning to see how high they could go! Great job to all the students and their teachers! We'll see everyone on Thursday for the LAST DAY!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow we will celebrate our 5th grade students with our Drive-Thru Celebration! We look forward to seeing all our students and family members tomorrow! Remember to pull into the car rider loop, and proceed up to the front of the school. You will be met by your teachers at that point and they will give you all of your awards and end of the year items. See everyone tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less
Drive through meal distribution TOMORROW, Friday, June 4, 28712 Glebe Road. Distribution starts at 4 PM, while supplies last. We will have meats, produce and pantry staples available. Pick up food for your own family or "pay it forward" to someone else in need.
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