A letter from our principal after we closed for the mandated closure.

**Check the Elcho School website for the most current dates/information.
Novel Covid 19 Closure Resources
Mandated closures from Governor Evers have affected many aspects of all of our lives, from national impacts to those in our own homes. The Elcho School District has many resources available for students and families during this time to help support our students as they navigate this new world of virtual learning.

Staff has been working hard to maintain communications with our students and families. With the many avenues available, teachers have been making great strides in connecting our school community. From zoom meetings with each other, sending suggestions for art projects/movement via dojo, to creating whole websites for their individual classes.

You can find these resources or how best to interact with your student's teachers via our Closure Resources page on the Elcho School website. This area was developed to keep families in the loop as to how they could access information for their children during this time. As Elcho School has no required academics, these are suggestions to help your students continue at home.

If you have any questions, reach out to us.
Student Meal Pickup/Drop Off
Bagged meals are available for all of our students. The meals can be picked up daily (Monday through Friday) at the event (west) entrance from 10:30 am- 11:30 am. The meal will include lunch for that day and breakfast for the following morning.

If your family is not able to come to Elcho School for daily meal pickups, please contact Chef Charlie at 715-275-3225 ext 1420 and leave your name, address to be dropped off at, phone number and number of meals. If you'd prefer, you can fill out this survey with the same information. These meals are provided free to 18 and under.
Career Pathways Project
Kim Schoenrock (PK-12 Art Teacher) is continuing a school/community wide project. It is a school-wide goal to display the career paths that Elcho High School graduates have taken. The organization of this display will center around the 16 clusters that make up the State’s Career Clusters Initiative (SCCI). 

Our staff is hoping that this display will inspire Elcho students to achieve their dreams. It will also highlight the many varied achievements of Elcho High School graduates. Information from graduates throughout the years is desired. If you are an Elcho High School graduate we want to hear from you.

Click here to enter or update your information.
UpNorth Fitness Classes are Going Virtual

Get moving from your own home with some of Terri's classes delivered to you via Zoom! For more information, see the UpNorth Fitness website or our Group Fitness page on the Elcho School website.
Cruisers Summer Driving School
Cruisers Driving School will be offering a summer Driver's Education Class for students ages 14 1/2 years and up in the Elcho School theater. Classes will start June 22nd through July 15th, Mondays through Thursdays, 9:00 - 11:00am. 

The "Behind The Wheel" lessons will meet at the Rhinelander DMV or Antigo HS. 

Class schedule handouts can be found  here.

To enroll or if you have questions, call 715-453-6008 or visit Cruisers Driving School website at www.cruisersdrivingschool.com.  
International Student Exchange Program
Mrs. Schoepke is once again looking for host families for exchange students for next school year. Exchange students can stay for first semester or the entire 2020-2021 school year. Host families need to provide a bed (students can share a room with a host sibling) and 3 meals a day (although they will qualify for free breakfast and lunch at school). Students come with their own insurance and spending money. It would be a wonderful opportunity for our students to learn about another culture, while also providing the exchange student with the amazing experience of attending Elcho High School. Families can visit asse.com to see the students that ASSE has available and to fill out the easy online application. They can also contact Mrs. Schoepke for more information. Students can also contact Mrs. Schoepke if they are between the ages of 15-18 and are interested in being an exchange student. They can study abroad during the next school year, and we also have some shorter summer programs available!