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Academic Summer School survey for parents and guardians to provide up-to-date information regarding preferred instructional model and courses
05/17/2021
The Ellenville Central School District is collaborating with Ulster BOCES to design summer school options for students in Grades 7-12. Parents and guardians are asked to please complete the Academic Summer School survey (linked inside) to provide up-to-date information regarding their preferred instructional model as well as courses in which their child would enroll (please submit a separate survey for each child).
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Several Varsity teams to receive recognition as NYSPHSAA Scholar-Athlete Team Award recipients for the 2021 Fall 2 season
05/14/2021
We are excited to share that several Varsity teams from Ellenville High School have qualified and will receive recognition for being named Scholar-Athlete Team Award recipients for the 2021 Fall 2 season. In order to meet this designation, 75% of team members had to have a combined GPA of 90 percent or higher during the Third Quarter Marking Period.
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FCC Emergency Broadband Benefit
FCC announces Emergency Broadband Benefit program; enrollment for eligible households opens May 12
05/12/2021
The FCC has announced that beginning on May 12, 2021, eligible households will be able to apply for the Emergency Broadband Benefit, a program to help families that are struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. The benefit will provide a temporary discount on monthly broadband bills for qualifying low-income households.
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June Regents letter to parents and guardians
Ellenville High School: Letter to parents and guardians regarding the June 2021 Regents
05/11/2021
The NYS Board of Regents voted to cancel all but four of the Regents Examinations scheduled to be administered in June 2021 and all of the Regents Examinations scheduled to be administered in August 2021. These examinations shall be administered only in instances where schools and districts can ensure the health and safety of students and teachers. We have also determined that students receiving remote instruction should not be made to come to school for the sole purpose of taking a Regents Examination. Provided are the answers to frequently asked questions that required further clarification, as well as the June 2021 Regents Examination Schedule. [originally published April 8, 2021]
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Attention 8th-graders! Will you be the first in your family to graduate college? If so, apply for the President's Challenge Scholarship (PCS) at SUNY Ulster!
05/11/2021
The President's Challenge Scholarship assists first-generation college students with overcoming financial barriers associated with attending college. Students are identified in eighth gradeand if selected, receive mentoring and college readiness skills through the completion of high school. Once students graduate, they are able to attend SUNY Ulster tuition-free for two years! [originally published April 28, 2021]
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The Ellenville Central School District endeavors to be a school community in which all children learn, achieve and exceed the competencies outlined in the New York State Learning Standards as prescribed by the Board of Regents and the Board of Education. It is our expectation that all children and adults excel in their talents, gifts and abilities.