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More Roof Work Needed at ECS

Board Appoints Wiley to Fill Cortez Seat  By Jann Wiswall The Ellicottville Central School Board held a public hearing on Tuesday, June 23, to allow public comment on its plans to use $70,000 of its repair reserve funds to replace and patch portions of the school’s roof. No one attended the meeting to make comments and the board approved the ... Read More »

A $3,100 Buzz Cut

  Poulin’s Challenge Supports Wounded Warriors By Jann Wiswall Every year, Ellicottville Elementary School Principal Connie Poulin gives students a “Principal’s Challenge.” This year, she asked grade K-6 students to make themselves aware of veterans in the community, to recognize their service to the country and to raise $3,000 for Wounded Warriors. In exchange for doing all this, she vowed ... Read More »

ECS Gains in Business First Rankings

  Elementary School Earns Five Star Distinction By Jann Wiswall The full 2015 report on Western New York school rankings has been released by Buffalo Business First and the Ellicottville Central School District has shown some impressive results on numerous levels. The publication ranked all public and private schools and districts in Western New York (Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, ... Read More »

ECS’s 2015 Salutatorian Patrick McMahon-Eagan

Patrick McMahon-Eagan is the son of Kelly McMahon and Kevin Eagan. He has achieved the second highest GPA in the class of 2015 and will graduate with an Advanced Regents Diploma with honors. Patrick is president of the Foreign Language Club and participated in Quiz Bowl his freshman, sophomore and junior years of high school. As for sports, Patrick played ... Read More »

ECS’s 2015 Valedictorian Finn Wilson

  Finn Wilson is the son of Scott and Susan Wilson and is the brother of Aidan, Shannon, and Ande Wilson. He is ranked 1st in the Class of 2015 and will graduate with an Advanced Regents Diploma with Honors. Finn is a member of the National Honor Society, High School Band, Quiz Bowl team and ESPRA. In addition, Finn ... Read More »

MANDATORY Fall Sports Meeting, June 25

Reprinted with permission from the Ellicottville Central School June Newsletter All students grades 6-11 who plan on participating in a Fall Sport at ECS must attend a mandatory meeting on June 25th at 6 pm in the High School Cafeteria. Those sports include: JV & Varsity Football; Football Cheerleading; Boys’ & Girls’ Modified, JV and Varsity Soccer; Girls’ Modified, JV ... Read More »

ECS Ranks First in Teacher Experience

  By Jann Wiswall Buffalo Business First’s annual rankings of Western New York schools has once again placed Ellicottville Central School as the top District in the entire region for teacher experience. The publication has been releasing installments of its “2015 Schools Guide” over the past several weeks as it prepares to release the full print-version of rankings on June ... Read More »

ECS Students to Tour New Addition

Cortez Resigns from Board By Jann Wiswall As the new building at Ellicottville Central School takes shape, students have been eager to get a first-hand look at the multi-purpose gymnasium/stage and other new areas that will become part of their school lives in 2016. Next week, all students will have the opportunity to tour the new space, ECS Superintendent Mark ... Read More »

Grades 3-8 ELA and Math Testing

  ECS Demonstrates Solid Results in 2014 Reprinted with permission from the May 2015 issue of the Ellicottville Central School District Newsletter. By Mark J. Ward, Superintendent While we recognize that State testing is only one factor in the overall assessment of a student’s academic growth and development, comparing ourselves to county school districts and New York State allows us ... Read More »

ECS Spring Sports Banquet June 8

ECS Spring Sports Banquet is scheduled for June 8 at 5:30 pm., at Holiday Valley’s Tannenbaum Lodge.  All student-athletes should make reservations in the High School office, no later than Wednesday, June 3.  Student-athletes are free, compliments of the Sports Boosters Club. For parents and other family members, cost if  $8 adults, $5 students and senior citizens. Parents and student-athletes ... Read More »

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