Construction at Ephrata Middle School continues, but our new school is really taking shape. Here are some updated photos of the recent progress made at EMS.
Longtime Ephrata Middle School employee, PJ Anderson has been named as the school’s new Dean of Students.
The Dean of Students position assists with the daily operations of the school. Specifically responsible for attendance, behavior (including discipline) and intervention services, the dean also offers leadership and guidance to ensure the school meets Ephrata’s mission to exist for Kids & Learning.
The Leadership Class at Ephrata Middle School visited the Ephrata Food Bank on Monday to donate the proceeds from the recent staff-on-staff volleyball game between EMS and Parkway Intermediate School. The event, held in late March, generated more than $563 and three large boxes of non-perishable food for the Ephrata Food Bank.
Last Friday was a special day at EMS. The school hosted a guest speaker to help students and staff understand that being a Tiger and having school spirit is something to be proud of and shouldn’t be taken for granted.
Making every day a better day is the name of the game at EMS and the school community works hard to show Tiger Pride. To encourage this behavior, the school ASB suggested James Layman, Director of the Association of Washington Student Leaders (AWSL) visit EMS and talk to the student body about leadership and the choices students can make to develop their leadership skills.
As construction at Ephrata Middle School continues to march along, we thought we’d share an update and some photos so you can see what’s new and different.