**Check the Elcho School website for the most current dates/information.
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.

*Watch for these on our facebook page for the new CareerPathwayFriday (#CPF) posts!
Senior Letter of Intent
Congratulations to Lincoln Reichl, as he signed his Letter of Intent February 26th, to play football as a defensive back at Concordia University Wisconsin this fall! He will be majoring in Physical Therapy and has been accepted into their Advanced Track program, which means he will graduate in six years, instead of seven. Coaches spoke to his incredible leadership characteristics and the pride they've felt watching him grow as a player since his middle school years.
Throughout his high school career, Lincoln has exemplified the true meaning of a student athlete, excelling academically and athletically. Wolverine players and coaches from both White Lake and Elcho came to show their support for their fellow player today, displaying just how much the Elcho-White Lake Wolverines become family.
Good luck in your future endeavors, Lincoln! 
Early Learning Center WJFW News Story
Our Early Learning Center is such an asset to not only our school, but our community as well. Thank you  WJFW Newswatch 12  for sharing our wonderful center! 
To view this story, click here.

For more information on our Early Learning Center childcare or employment opportunities, please contact Ann Schmidt at aschmidt@elchoschool.org.
Health and Nutrition Class
Things look tasty up in the high school! To start off the Health and Nutrition class, students pick a state to research. They look up: eating habits, agriculture, school meals, seasonal eating, possible cookbook, health issues, cultures in the state, and finally a recipe. They then create the recipe and everyone gets to taste the results. When they get all of this information put together, as well as a picture of themselves with their food, they present everything to the class.
They do the same thing with a country that they pick. It's amazing how much everyone learns.
100 Days of School
We made it to 100 days of school on February 12th!! Lots of counting in Mrs. Kincaid's first grade, the "future looks bright" in Mrs. Joerns class, while the students are aging at an alarming rate in Mrs. Schoepke's! 
Yoga with Mishel
Instructor Mishel is bringing a slow flow yoga to Elcho on Thursdays from 4:00pm to 5:00pm in the library. Pre-registration is required for these four sessions by March 20th. Please call or email Lacey Stensberg at 715-275-3225 x1120 or lstensberg@elchoschool.org if you would like to register.  

This series will start March 26th through April 16th and will cost $40. 
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   or at the Elcho School Main Office.

To enroll or if you have questions, call 715-453-6008 or visit Cruisers Driving School website at www.cruisersdrivingschool.com.  
Early Childhood Screening AND
Four-Year-Old Kindergarten 2020-2021 Registration
Please join us for the Early Childhood Screening and Four-Year-Old Kindergarten Registration event in the Early Learning Center on Monday, March 30th, 2020. Appointments are required and can be made by calling Becca Multhauf at 715 275 3225 ext 1000.

All children from birth to age 5 are welcome! There are no fees.

The more they know, the more they can learn and grow!
Identity Theft: Protect and Prevent
Come hear more about identity theft and how to protect and prevent it from happening to you.

Refreshments will be provided. Free to all. Located in the Elcho School Theater.

Thursday, March 19, 2020
5:00pm - 6:00pm

For more information click   here.
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!
2020 Elcho School Scholarships
Attention 2020 Seniors and families: the Elcho School Scholarship Committee has updated all of the 2020 scholarship application information on their website. The deadline for applying for these scholarships is April 1, 2020. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Wilsens at swilsens@elchoschool.org.
The ESSC link can be found on our website on the Student Resources page or by clicking here.