Mark your calendars! Kindergarten Registration is coming April 5 & 6!
Want to know what's for breakfast and lunch? Cafeteria Menus are available on the El Dorado School District app under the Dining section of each school or on our website at https://www.eldoradopublicschools.org/page/food-services.
Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held virtually again tonight from 3:30-6:30pm. School will dismiss at 2:30pm. Due to conferences, there will not be a Google Help for Parents session this evening.
If you think your child may be in need of services provided by our Special Education Department, please reach out to them at (870) 864-5133.
Kindergarten Registration is coming April 5 & 6! Take the opportunity every Tuesday and Thursday in March (excluding Spring Break) to tour each of our elementary schools so you can choose the best fit for your child. Appointments required. Call today to sign up for tours!
The El Dorado School District will begin school tomorrow, Tuesday, February 23 at 9:00am. Busses will run one hour later than normal. Students and staff, please use caution when driving to school. Drive slow, and drive safe. The following bus routes will not run tomorrow morning: Route 2: Roberson Gravel Route 3: Old Lock 8 / Champagnolle Road between Crain City & Armer Roads Route 4: Lawson Road between Moro Bay Hwy & Rhodes Chapel Road Route 5: Mt. Zion Road / Phone Pole Road Route 6: Champagnolle Road between Armer Road & 167 Route 8: O’Rear Road Route 14: Parker Loop Route 18: Anges Road These routes will run in the afternoon. School will dismiss at 2:30pm tomorrow in preparation for parent-teacher conferences. We look forward to having everyone back on campus.
Due to dangerous road conditions on side roads in town, country, and county roads, the El Dorado School District will not have onsite school tomorrow, Monday, February 22. Students will continue virtual learning. We will continue to assess the situation as road conditions improve. While we look forward to having students back on campus, the health and safety of our students and staff remain our top priority. Be safe, stay warm, and have fun!
The El Dorado School District has been informed that the phone number for El Dorado High School is being misrepresented by a group not associated with ESD. We do not demand private information over the phone. If you have received a call and would like to file a complaint with the FCC, you may do so at https://consumercomplaints.fcc.gov/hc/en-us.
With more winter precipitation moving into our area, the El Dorado School District will not be open for on-site instruction Thursday, February 18 and Friday, February 19. Students and staff will continue with virtual learning and instruction. All buildings will be closed. Be safe, stay warm and have fun.
Union County has been impacted by a winter storm. As a result, the El Dorado School District will be closed and will pivot to virtual instruction on Tuesday, February 16 and Wednesday, February 17. We are aware that some of our onsite students do not have a device at home. Any student who does not have access to a device or the Internet will not be penalized and will have opportunities to complete their assignments. All buildings will be closed. Please be prepared for school closing beyond Wednesday based on the current forecast. Be safe, stay warm and have fun!
The 2021 - 2022 school calendar has been set!
A new episode of The Promise Podcast is available now! Check out this chat with Principal Bethanie Hale at Washington Middle School and the plans to implement a house syetem similar to the Ron Clark Academy! https://www.eldoradopublicschools.org/promise-podcast
Please note that the meal delivery plan for remote learning days has changed to Friday, February 12th ONLY. Delivery or pick-up will include two breakfasts and two lunches.
Look for information from your child's school regarding the scheduling of conferences!
Check out our meal delivery and pick-up schedules on remote learning days - Friday, February 12 and Monday, February 15.
On February 12 and 15 all K-12 students and staff will have remote learning and teaching days. There will be NO onsite instruction on these days.
Nominations for the Gifted and Talented Program are now being accepted.
Please read this important message from our Special Education Department regarding private, homeschooled or homeless children who may be in need of services.
If your child may be in need of services provided by our Special Education department, please make plans to attend this informative meeting on January 28 at 4:00 pm.
As Promise Week comes to a close we would like to thank Murphy Oil for the promise given to the students in our school district. Fourteen years and more to come!