“ESPs in our district serve so many roles supporting students in the classroom, in the lunchroom, on the playground, before and after school, and even on our buses,” said ISD 318 Superintendent Matt Grose. “They have a positive impact on students from Kindergarten through 12th grade. In a year like no other, our ESPs have risen to the challenge and put students first.”
Rapids Rising and the GRIP Coalition will receive a Drug-Free Communities (DFC) grant for $125,000 each year for the next five years. The grant will enable Rapids Rising and the GRIP Coalition to continue their work promoting positive community norms in our community. Rapids Rising and the GRIP Coalition work to reduce and delay underage alcohol and substance use by empowering young people and correcting misperceptions about use. Over the past five years, they have worked to help students make healthy choices about not using alcohol or illegal drugs.
Secondary students will begin to return with a staggered start on January 26. “With more students coming back to school, the beginning of school activities, and a desire to maintain our ability to operate, MDH felt easing into the return will help us avoid that scenario where we need to roll back to a more restrictive model,” said Superintendent Grose.
Dan Adams - Principal
Angie Berg - Assistant Principal
TO PRINT A COPY OF A STUDENT SCHEDULE WITH LOCKER INFORMATION
Go to your Campus account; Go to Reports; Click on Schedule with Locker; Print
Robert J. Elkington Middle School is a Peanut/Nut Awareness Environment