Click on the link to order online, the online store will close on May 2nd!!! You can purchase books at the Elementary April 24-27th.
I am proud to announce that Ekalaka Elementary was ranked 4th out of 494 public elementary schools and Carter County High School was ranked 7th out of the 379 public high schools in the State of Montana in a poll conducted by niche.com! Carter County High School had a composite score of 24.6 in the 2016 ACT, the second best in the state. The ACT consists of Math, English, Reading, Writing, and Science. To be ranked so highly shows the quality of instruction that our teachers provide for our students. It is also a testament to the students that we have the pleasure to educate and mentor. And I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge that it speaks very highly of their parents and fellow community members who support them and us.
The video plays from October 2015 to July 2016 at the rate of 2 days a second.
Ekalaka Public Schools has entered the Montana School Library Shared Digital Collection and our students have been granted access. This allows our students to check out ebooks and audiobooks electronically.
EKALAKA PUBLIC SCHOOLS is accepting applications for substitute custodians and bus drivers. Applicants for substitute bus driver must have or be willing to obtain a commercial driver’s license with a passenger endorsement. Ongoing training is required to keep certification current. A complete background investigation will be conducted. Applications may be obtained at the high school business office.
Send completed applications to:
Dan Schrock, Superintendent;
PO Box 458,
Ekalaka, MT 59324.
For more information contact Lora Tauck at 406-775- 8628.
Students riding the bus should expect to be picked up about 10 minutes earlier than last year.
Buses are scheduled to arrive at 7:50am each morning in order for students to have access to breakfast. If they are done with breakfast or are not eating breakfast the elementary students will go out to the playground untill 8:10.