A Ribbon Cutting was held on Monday September 12, 2022 for Tuffy's Cafe.
Elizabethton City Schools is pleased to announce that 4 schools, East Side Elementary School, Harold McCormick Elementary School, West Side Elementary School, and T. A. Dugger Junior High School, achieved Rewards status.
Elizabethton City Schools (ECS) is pleased to announce the 2021-2022 Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System (TVAAS) measurement results for the district and schools.
Online Returning Student Registration 2022-2023 School Year
Elizabethton City Schools Benefit Art Show
Immediate Press Release August 20, 2021
Due to staffing issues, Traditional Students at TA Dugger Junior High will move to Virtual Learning for the week of January 11 through January 15. This DOES NOT impact students on the Distance Learning Track and DOES NOT apply to any of the elementary schools or Elizabethton High School.
Due to the rising number of positive COVID cases within our community, students on the Traditional Learning Track at TA Dugger Junior High will return to a hybrid schedule beginning this Thursday, November 19, through Thanksgiving break. This DOES NOT impact students on the Distance Learning Track and DOES NOT apply to any of the elementary schools.
Elizabethton City Schools will remain on the hybrid schedule through next week, September 4, 2020.
Based upon the new opening plan, ESP will not open until September 8, 2020.
Richard VanHuss is the New Director of Elizabethton City Schools starting July 1, 2020.
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Elizabethton City Schools 2020 Back 2 School Bash will be canceled this year due to COVID and social distancing state recommendations. However, we are still raising money for school supplies to be provided to students when they can physically return to school for the 2020-2021 school year.
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Governor Lee has closed school buildings for students physically to return for the remainder of this semester. However, the school system will continue online learning throughout the last instructional day of the school year. ECS will receive guidance as the COVID task force meets in the days to come. The feeding programs will continue as scheduled. We will be sending out information about other events important to parents and students early next week. Please continue social distancing and good hygiene to decrease the spread of the virus in our area.
Elizabethton City Schools will remain closed and plan on students returning to school on April 27, 2020.
No School March 17, 2020, through April 3, 2020
Another big win for the Cyclones when they defeated the Cougars last Friday night!
Tickets will go on sale Wednesday November 6th in the EHS athletic office for $8 and available next week online at GOFan on the athletic site.
Everyone that attends the game will need to purchase a ticket, however season pass holder seats will be honored as reserved seating as well as parking passes. Ushers will be available to assist with seating at the game.
Teachers and staff at EHS used the professional development days this week to refocus on the Mission & Vision.
EHS and Crosstown students from Memphis took part in a new venture put together with our XQ super schools.
Everyone is still talking about the big win for the Cyclone Football Team against Greenville.
The newly offered Senior Capstone Class at EHS has so much to offer for students exploring their future.
The outdoor learning center was a project inspired by a trip taken by TA Dugger faculty and students to Costa Rica.
The Elizabethton City School System applied for a grant earlier this year and received notification last week the grant was awarded for $470,662.
The Carter County Imagination Library Board is hosting its fifteenth annual Educators Hall of Fame to honor outstanding educators and their immeasurable and lasting contributions to both their students and the community.