It is with a heavy heart that we share that one of our high school students, Jett Johnson, was killed in a car crash last night. Our entire school community mourns this tragedy. We offer our thoughts and deepest condolences to Jett’s family and friends during this difficult time.
We are excited to announce that the Ephrata Middle and High Schools offer a Student Assistance Program.
I am so very thankful to ALL the donations and help for our Talent and Arts show as well as our silent auction we raised over $1,200 just by good people donating and wonderful people purchasing.
It is that time of the year when school becomes a little more stressful, scholars are more easily frustrated and everyone feels tired! You may be asking "What can I do to help my child?" We have 6 areas of social emotional learning we focus on in schools:
At the Ephrata School District, we are deeply committed to every child's journey. We’re driven to make sure that every student graduates ready for career and life.
We Exist for Kids & Learning.
Kids Come First. We believe a kid's dignity must come before every decision we make. Our core work supports their learning.