We are saddened to announce that both the Blooming Bash (March 21) and ECS Movie Day (March 27) have been postponed. With the Blooming Bash only a week away, and Movie Day in the near future, we made the decision to postpone now, and give attendees time to make alternate plans.
The decision to postpone our events was reached out of an abundance of caution to protect against the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus, and under the advice of ECS administrators. While there is no immediate local threat at the moment, that could change at any time. We will look into re-scheduling our events for later this Spring.
In the meantime, we will soon process full refunds of all advance tickets for Movie Day. Look for an e-mail today from our volunteers.
For Blooming Bash tickets, we will have information out shortly. Expect an e-mail soon.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
If you have additional questions, please contact our Blooming Bash team (email@example.com) or our Movie Day volunteers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Mrs. Keller would love some help shortly before, shortly after and during ESY cooking classes (10:45 – 11:35). Help would include prepping ingredients, cleaning up, monitoring students who are prepping, cooking or cleaning, or monitoring cooking. Sign up here.
3/12/2020 UPDATE: ECS Movie Day has been postponed. The decision to postpone our events was reached out of an abundance of caution to protect against the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus, and under the advice of ECS administrators. While there is no immediate local threat at the moment, that could change at any time. We will look into re-scheduling the event later this Spring.
Please join the ECS PCO for a day at the movies! We’re thrilled to offer a private showing of Mulan
at the Waterworks Cinemas in Fox Chapel. The first 100 people registered will have access to our private theater. After that, ECS families will be placed in the general showing around 2:20pm. A parent or guardian must stay with your child/children for the duration of the film. Please register below by Tuesday, March 24th.
Mulan (opening day!)
PG-13*** (see below)
1 hour and 55 minutes
PRIVATE SHOWING FOR ECS FAMILIES
(first 100 people registered)
Friday, March 27, 2020
Waterworks Cinemas (NOT the Waterfront)
930 Fox Chapel Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15238
Tickets are $8.50/adult, $8/child* and concession specials (small popcorn/drink) will be available at the door for $5.
TICKET SALES HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED.
*Please note that financial assistance is available. Contact email@example.com
** Note that the ticket price includes Paypal service fee
*** Mulan is rated PG-13 for “sequences of violence” – namely martial arts and battle sequences with no bloodshed or gratuitous violence.
You can watch a trailer here
. Synopsis: To save her ailing father from serving in the Imperial Army, a fearless young woman disguises herself as a man to battle northern invaders in China. Waterworks will also be showing a PG or G rated film (like the movie Onward) to the general public around the same time, if parents prefer.
3/12/2020 UPDATE: Blooming Bash has been postponed. The decision to postpone our events was reached out of an abundance of caution to protect against the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus, and under the advice of ECS administrators. While there is no immediate local threat at the moment, that could change at any time. We will look into re-scheduling the event later this Spring.
We’ve launched another pre-order window for ECS T-SHIRTS and SWEATSHIRTS. Pre-order deadline is Friday, February 7. Shirts will be delivered to classrooms by the end of February. Order now.
NEW: we are offering 2T-6T toddler sizes in the navy and light blue t-shirt options.
The PCO would like to ensure that every student at ECS has the opportunity to have an ECS t-shirt. If you can not afford the price of a t-shirt — and you haven’t requested a free t-shirt this school year yet — you may request one free t-shirt per student.
Please consider making a donation to help ensure that every ECS student has an ECS t-shirt.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please join the PCO and the staff of ECS for a fun-filled evening of games, awesome prizes, pizza, and friendly competition! Whether you’re a fierce competitor or a novice beginner, there will be something for your family! We will have some board games available for all ages, and we encourage you to also bring your own games to enjoy. Don’t forget to buy a couple of delicious goodies from the bake sale between games in addition to enjoying your free pizza (limit: 2-3 slices per person). The event is open to all ECS families, however, please RSVP by Wednesday, January 29 as the Intermediate School cafeteria has limited space. We hope to see you there!
Friday, January 31, 2020, 6-8pm
Intermediate School Cafe
NOTE: We have closed the RSVPs for Family Game Night. We have reached capacity. If you would like to be put on the wait list, please sign up here.
If you reserved a spot and know you cannot attend anymore, or if the number of rsvps has changed, please contact email@example.com. We can then contact people on the wait list.
Volunteers are still needed. Please consider signing up.
Looking for summer camps options and don’t know where to start? To make it easier, we’ve compiled a list of summer camps in Pittsburgh. There’s something for everyone on this list!
We are very excited to be offering two options to get ECS family and friends out on the slopes this winter: ECS Middle School Ski Club (7th and 8th grade only) and ECS Family Ski Days. This is a parent run initiative and club. Click here for more information.
If you have any questions, please email Molly Bennett
Join us on March 21 for the Blooming Bash, the ECS PCO’s adult-only fundraising and social event and biggest fundraiser! This year’s event will support the PCO general fund so we are able to provide wonderful family programming and support our ECS staff. Enjoy a night out with drinks, munchies, dancing, games, silent auctions, raffles, and more.
Tickets available now!
While you are out shopping this holiday season (or receive a gift that you might not need), please keep the Blooming Bash in mind! When school resumes in January, we will start collecting items to fill themed gift baskets to be auctioned off during the event. We’ll share collection logistics in the new year. Our baskets will all be built around two larger themes: Family Fun and Get Outdoors. More info.
With holiday spirit and kindness in mind, fifth grade is collecting new or gently used coats, gloves, blankets, and comforters to donate to Free Store Wilkinsburg. We have talked a lot about gratitude, and are collecting in order to show kindness and share with our community. Our collection window is December 3-17 at the ECS Intermediate School.