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Eagles Sports Roundup

By Todd Palmatier Ellicottville drops 19-1 contest to Franklinville Ellicottville’s Varsity Baseball team wound up on the wrong side of a 19-1 score on Monday, May 4 at Ellicottville Central School, tasting defeat at the hands of Franklinville. Brock Blecha recorded the win for Franklinville. He tossed four innings of shutout ball. He struck out five, walked two and surrendered no hits. ... Read More »

ECS Board: Homeowners to Get School Tax Rebates This Fall

  Encourages All to Complete Surveys By Jennie Acklin ECS School Board members took a hard-hat tour of the construction progress on the school’s new addition ahead of its meeting on Tuesday, April 28. By the end of this week, most of the concrete floors will have been poured for all areas, including the gym, band room, locker rooms, chorus ... Read More »

Eagles Sports Roundup

ECS Varsity Baseball Loses to Allegany-Limestone 15-1 Ellicottville fell 15-1 to Allegany-Limestone at Stayer Park on Monday, April 27. Brad McAfee recorded the win for Allegany-Limestone. He allowed one run over four innings. McAfee struck out five, walked three and gave up one hit. Kyle McGraw, Zach Hemphill, Josh McGraw and Jonny Dixon helped lead Allegany-Limestone. They combined for nine hits ... Read More »

Eagles Sports Roundup

By Todd Palmatier Varsity Baseball On Wednesday, April 15, Robert Sawicki went the distance and struck out six batters, walked one and only gave up four hits, but Ellicottville still fell to Randolph 3-2 in seven innings on at Randolph Central School. Austin Mitchell won the pitcher’s duel for Randolph on the way to the win. He allowed two runs over seven ... Read More »

ECS Kids Opt In to Assessments

  Capital Project Construction Speeds Up By Jann Wiswall All eyes were on area schools Tuesday when state assessments of student performance in grades 3-8 began for the 2014-15 school year. As many Erie County schools became political stages for legislators, teachers’ representatives and others who object to the testing, its implications and the Governor, in Ellicottville, teachers and administrators ... Read More »

Eagles Sports Roundup

By Todd Palmatier Baseball/Softball Season Takes Off The Ellicottville varsity baseball team beat Sherman 9-0 in seven innings on Saturday at St. Bonaventure University (SBU) after a five-run explosion in the fifth inning. Ellicottville scored in the fifth on an RBI single by Caleb Rinko, an error, a groundout by Robert Sawicki, an RBI triple by Preston Hutchinson, and an RBI ... Read More »

ECS Presents: Cats

Performances This Weekend Ellicottville Central School’s spring musical performance of Cats takes place this Friday, April 10 and Saturday, April 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Salamanca Ray Evans Theater. This beloved musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber is the third longest running musical in Broadway history and is sure to be a hit with theater-goers in Salamanca. Based on the ... Read More »

School Board Passes $11.6 Million Budget

By Jann Wiswall The Ellicottville Central School Board unanimously passed the 2015-16 budget as presented at its meeting on Tuesday, April 7. ECS voters will have the final say on Tuesday, May 19 when they will be asked to vote on the proposition for the basic budget, additional funding for school bus leases and the school’s annual contribution to the ... Read More »

Common Core Embraced by ECS

Editor’s note: In her letter to parents in the latest edition of the Ellicottville Elementary Newsletter (check your children’s backpacks!), Principal Connie Poulin provided advice on what parents can do to prepare students for upcoming State Assessments for grades 3-8. While some school districts in the state are resisting – even protesting – the Common Core, ECS has embraced it ... Read More »

National Honor Society Inductees Announced

  Eighteen 11th grade students and one 12th grader (Rebecca Hagon) were inducted into the Ellicottville Central School chapter of the National Honor Society at a ceremony held on Sunday, March 22 at the Great Valley Fireman’s Clubhouse. The students include: Austin Bishop, Courtney Charlesworth, Brenna Cole, Elijah DeChane, Caitlyn Golley, Rebecca Hagon, Kaleigh Hunt, Cole Lapi, Jaelee Macomb, Cheyenne ... Read More »

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