News & Events
Join us for a festive time at the Bells on Basin Parade! Gather your loved ones and walk with us or ride our lighted bus as we show Ephrata our TIGER spirit.
During this week's School Board meeting, Ephrata School District administrators and board directors took time to recognize long-time board member, Bill Correll. Monday’s meeting was Correll’s final as a board member. He is stepping down after 37 years of service to Ephrata Schools.
Are you looking to burn off some of those holiday calories? Head on over to EHS's Kiwanis Field for a walk or run or visit the EHS tennis courts for a night game!
Did you know that swift action in an emergency can double or even triple a person's chance of survival? That's why Ephrata Schools regularly conducts CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation), AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and First Aid training for our staff and coaches. At a recent class, Pam Cleveringa, a member of our school nursing team instructed a room full of staff from across the district on the skills they will need in the event of an emergency. By holding this training regularly, is our goal to:
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.
Recently, Ephrata School District leadership came together to reflect on, and debrief, the actions taken following a recent Ephrata School bus crash. The intent is to recognize what went well and to acknowledge what may not have gone well so that we can learn and improve in the future.
A Community Engagement Board (CEB) is an integral part of the truancy process in Washington. The board provides a supportive space where the student and their family can openly discuss the barriers keeping the student from completing their educational goals.