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Virtual learning is a reality for Elizabethtown Independent School (EIS)’s 2,400+ students; however, access to adequate technology remains an issue. Ideally, EIS would be 1:1 – meaning each student in the district has an assigned Chromebook for day-to-day learning, assessments and communication.
A 1:1 district is even more important as we face educating our students in the midst of a pandemic. Elizabethtown Education Foundation (EEF), in conjunction with local non-profit organization, Give 270, will be raising funds to purchase the 150+ outstanding Chromebooks for EIS students.
Please consider supporting EIS students and their learning by making a tax-deductible donation below, you will support Elizabethtown Education Foundation and help purchase Chromebooks for Elizabethtown Independent School (EIS) students.
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TKS! National winners again! A strong showing at Beta National Convention.
Owen Torres’s, Laney Looten, Grace Hay Book Battle -7th place
Eva Ramsey Technology -6th place
TK STONE Club Trading Pin Design -4th place
Jessica Chen Language Arts - 2nd place
The first trip to the Beta National Convention for Elizabethtown High School was a huge success. Several national awards were won!
Chloe Hornback Trading pin design -10th place
Kyann Clark Creative writing Div 1- 6th place
Landon Casey, Chloe Hornback, Zaynab Movania, Liz Hanson Freshman Problem Solving-6th place
Lena Soper Onsite painting Div 1-4th place
Michele Deon was honored and awarded the WHAS11/LG&E-KU 2019-2020 ExCEL Award on February 19, 2020. Several dignitaries applauded her dedication and commitment to all students and her belief in their futures beyond EHS. She and her husband selflessly donated $250 to each of the other nominated ExCEL teachers so they too can purchase instructional materials for their classrooms. WHAS11/LG&E-KU donated $1000.00 to Mrs. Deon for her classroom needs. Congratulations Mrs. Deon for earning the title, ExCEL Teacher of the Year, 2019-2020.
Congratulations to the Students of the Month from all of our schools. Pictured are Demi Cleaver from Helmwood Heights, Josie Kremzar from Elizabethtown High, Weston Yates from Panther Academy, Zoha Ahmed from TK Stone, and Meredith Dyer from Morningside. Not pictured, but still complimented on the award is Alexandra Allison representing Panther Place.
Elizabethtown High School would like to congratulate sophomore Emily Pike for earning a perfect score (1,000 points) on the Microsoft Office Excel certification exam! Congratulations to Emily Pike on accomplishing such a challenging task!