Incoming Superintendent to Meet with EPS Parent Groups

Incoming superintendent Dr. Bary Habrock will be meeting with all EPS elementary and middle school PTO groups this spring to meet with parents across the district and share a brief district update. A schedule of the visits includes: Hillrise Elementary – Monday. April...

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EHS Cheer Tryouts 2017-2018 season

A mandatory meeting will be held for all parents and interested students (currently in 8th-11th grade) on Monday, March 13nd at 6:30 p.m. in the EHS lecture hall. If your parents can not attend, but you would still like to try out please speak with Barb Schmidt or...

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District and Building Websites Updates

The new District and Building websites are now live so please take a moment to check them out! Below are a few items to make note of: All websites are now mobile friendly and automatically adjust to whatever device you're using. All information will be accessible...

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EPS Tech Savvy Parent Tip: January 2017

GOOGLE SITES Google has made a recent change to Google Drive.  In the past, the district did not allow the option for students to create websites via Google due to privacy concerns and the fact that these websites could have been accessed by anyone on the Internet....

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Elkhorn Elementary #11

EPS will open its 11th elementary school in the fall of 2018. The school will be located near 216th and F Streets in the southwest part of the District. Choose “More” to see the full story.

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Arbor View Dedication

On September 18, the District held a dedication ceremony for Arbor View Elementary as well as open houses at Elkhorn Middle School, Elkhorn High School and Elkhorn South High School. Click “Read More” to see photos.

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Back-to-School 2016

Elkhorn Public Schools welcomed nearly 8,400 K-12 students on August 17, marking the 30th consecutive year of enrollment growth. Although enrollment will not be official until the end of September, preliminary numbers show more than a 7.5 percent increase from last year. Choose “Read More” to see the full story.

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