The Scholastic Book Fair continues through Friday! Join us Thursday and Friday at lunch break and after school until 4:00pm. On Thursday, Kona Ice will be selling snow cones after school during the Book Fair, and a portion of the sales will go to EDS. Come for the Book Fair, stay for Kona Ice!
Please join us on Friday, September 20th for Family Movie Night at EDS! We will be showing "How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World" in the MU room. The doors open at 5:30, and the movie will begin at 6:00. Please bring a blanket to sit on and a $2.00 donation.
Fall portraits will be taken of all Middle School students on Tuesday, September 17th. Class pictures and portraits of all Kindergarten through 5th grade students will be taken on Thursday, September 19th. Order forms have been distributed to all students; additional forms are available in the office.
Please be sure to update your emergency information on the Aeries Parent Portal by Friday, September 13th. After that time, the Portal will become a "view only" system, and any changes will need to be made in-person at the office. Please bring your student's signed Emergency Card to the office. Thank you!
Please join us for Back to School Night at EDS! Grades 4-8 will meet on Wednesday, September 4th. For grades 4 and 5, meet in your student's classroom from 6:00-7:00. For grades 6-8, meet in the MU room beginning at 6:30.
Back to School Night for grades K-3 is Thursday, September 5th. For grades K and 1, meet in your student's classroom from 6:00-7:00. For grades 2 and 3, meet in your student's classroom from 7:00-8:00.
There will be no school on Monday, September 2nd in honor of Labor Day. We hope all of our Husky families have a relaxing three day weekend.
Moreland School District’s Counseling Program offers free, comprehensive school-based counseling supports to students. These services are provided by licensed and pre-licensed mental health professionals and credentialed school counselors. Services offered are evidence based, positive and strengths focused, and include individual, group, and whole class therapies in areas such as: stress management, coping and social skills, strategies to deal with grief and loss, anger management, conflict resolution, substance abuse therapy, and academic empowerment. When needed, the school counselor may also refer the student to outside professionals if school-based counseling is not sufficient to meet a student’s needs. Parents interested in referring their child to on-site counseling services may contact their child’s school office to obtain referral forms. Please click on the headline for more information.
Follow this link to view our Welcome Back letter and information about 6th Grade Orientation (HOWL), required forms, class lists, and important dates.
We need volunteers to help with our Welcome Back Coffee (8/22) and Hot Dogs and Hoops Family BBQ (8/23). Please click on the headline for more information.
Please join us on Friday, August 23th for Hot Dogs and Hoops! It will be held from 5:00-7:00 in the lunch area in front of the MU room.