Wondering where your kid’s sweatshirt, left shoe, or jacket ended up? Check the Lost & Found! Each ECS building has a system for collecting lost and found items.
Primary School: Check the large bin (deck box) on the 2nd floor. You or your student can check anytime (make sure you sign in at the office). Every few weeks, items are displayed in the 1st floor foyer.
Intermediate School: Check the collection in the main office. Every few weeks, items are displayed onstage in the cafe so that students can retrieve their lost belongings.
Middle School: Lost & found items are currently collected on the stage, behind the curtain. This will likely change – stay tuned for details.
Our amazing, hardworking volunteers often post photo displays of sorted items on the ECS Parent Facebook page HERE.
Unclaimed items are donated to the ECS uniform re-use sale, or to local charities.
Efforts are made to reunite owners with lost items that are labeled with full names. Please label your belongings of all sorts with full names. Might we suggest Emily Press Labels? They can be affixed to most any surface – even tagless shirts. Any purchase benefits the PCO, too! More information HERE.
Have a 2nd grader who’s interested in Girl Scouts? Come to an informational meeting at the Intermediate School cafe on Tuesday, October 1, 6:30-7:30, with Anna Marsland, the troop coordinator for the Girl Scouts at ECS. She will talk about the process of forming a new troop.
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, you may request one free t-shirt per student. Please complete this form (once per student) by September 1, 2019 to guarantee your desired color and size.
Help us ensure that every student at ECS has the opportunity to have a t-shirt and add a donation amount to your order. Every dollar helps! Make a donation today.
All t-shirt orders are due by September 1, 2019. Order now.
A group of ECS parents met on June 8, 2019 to discuss how parents can respond and express their grave concern over the decision to put ECS 6-8 graders on PAT buses rather than school buses. Here is how you can help make your voice heard.
We are now accepting advertisements in the 2019-2020 ECS School Directory. Please see our ad rates and instructions for submitting your advertisement by Sept. 3, 2019. Thank you for your support!
The PCO’s Spring 2019 newsletter includes updates on Staff Appreciation Week, Booze for Brews, Earth Nite, Kennywood Day, fundraising, and more!
At the March 2019 PCO meeting, Dr. Cribbs, Ms. Rendulic, and Ms. Robinson spoke to parents about how the school collects student data and how that data is used. For those who weren’t able to attend, please refer to this document for an overview of the topic.
Want to know how our fundraisers have done this year? Or what we’re raising money for? More info about past and upcoming events? Check out our ECS PCO Winter 2019 Newsletter.
Please join other ECS parents and guardians for pizza and a discussion with Dr. Mandy Cribbs on Thursday, March 14. We will meet at 6:30 at the Upper School Cafe. Dr. Cribbs will be sharing information about how the school uses data (from PSSAs and other sources) to inform instruction. She will be available to take questions on other topics as well. Childcare for school-aged children will be provided. email@example.com