Transitional kindergarten through fifth grade parent-teacher conferences this year will include a new and improved report card for students.
Fourteen of our Escalon Unified teachers came together to review options and the result is a new report card that is student-centered and goal oriented, with specific steps parents can take to help their children at home.
October 19, Escalon High students, community leaders and school and district educators came together to celebrate the completion of several major projects on the Escalon High School Campus.
The projects included a completely remodeled gym with a new sound system, air conditioning, and refinished floors. Music students will also enjoy the music room remodel and new practice rooms, while the new campus bathrooms and covered eating area will benefit everyone.
Band Performance at El Portal! Wonderful performances were put on last week by Mr. White's Jazz Band, Wind Ensemble, Concert Band and Symphonic Band! Great job to all the students on such an enjoyable evening!
El Portal Students Learn Using Legos! "Students are working on a Build it..Write it..Do it... activity in Mrs. Dyk's class. Students were asked to build a unique design using a provided lego set. Then students had to write a detailed procedure on how to build the unique lego structure they designed...
El Portal Students Press On! Mr. Tanis's Art and Design students printed watercolor monoprints on the etching press today!
Kindergarteners Thriving at Gateway! Gateway Academy Transitional Kindergarteners and Kindergarteners spend the morning reading books, singing songs, and creating art projects to help them learn about the life cycle of a butterfly.
Testing Preparations at Van Allen! Mrs. Heflin’s class answer Jeopardy style questions as they review for the upcoming state test, and a few fourth graders get a giggle after finding a fat frog hopping along the walkway!