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Ellicottville School Board Prepares Bid Requests

By Jann Wiswall By this time next week, Ellicottville Central School will have sent out requests for bids for construction of the school renovation project, set to begin at the end of the academic year. As ECS Superintendent Mark Ward reported at the school board meeting on Tuesday, April 29, the bid documents have been approved by the school’s attorney ... Read More »

ECS Students Travel to France

ECS French students and their parents who traveled in France for 10 days this April, participated in many aspects of French life, culture and history. Not only did the group visit the monuments, museums, stores and restaurants of Paris but also continued on to see much of the daily life, history and culture in the countryside and on the English Channel. ... Read More »

Ashley Bognar Wins Skills USA Competition

Ellicottville senior Ashley Bognar, who is enrolled in the natural resources class at the Ellicottville Career and Technical Center BOCES, was awarded 1st place in Precision Heavy Equipment Operation at the recent state level SkillsUSA competition held in Syracuse on April 23-25. The award comes with a $10,000 scholarship to Ohio Technical College or a $2,500 scholarship to the Pennsylvania ... Read More »

Ellicottville Sports Round Up

By Todd Palmatier In Ellicottville softball, the varsity softball program is off to a rocky start, as they are 1-7 on the season, with losses to Franklinville and Cattaraugus/Little Valley, and a lone victory over the North Collins Eagles. Due to the inclement weather this week, games have been postponed and are being rescheduled. In modified softball, the Eagles are ... Read More »

School Boards Vote to Approve CA-BOCES Admin. Budget

By Jann Wiswall The Ellicottville Central School District’s board of education met briefly on Tuesday, April 22, to approve the proposed 2014-15 ad ministrative budget for Cattaraugus-Allegany-Erie-Wyoming BOCES (CA-BOCES). This annual vote takes place in all 22 school districts in the region on the same day. According to CA-BOCES District Superintendent Lynda Quick, the administrative budget of $2,011,000 was passed ... Read More »

Ellicottville Sports Roundup

By Todd Palmatier The spring sports scene has begun, and the Eagles are off to a slow start due to weather and Spring Break. The varsity baseball team kicked off their season with a 15-6 loss to Bolivar-Richburg at ECS. The girls varsity softball team faced Bolivar-Richburg as well and was dealt a 15-0 defeat. The JV softball team has ... Read More »

ECS Football and Volleyball to Sport New Look

Reprinted From ECS April 2014 Newsletter The Eagles football team will merge with Franklinville in the fall to field combined varsity and JV teams. Over the past months, we have explored several possibilities and had a number of discussions as we developed a plan for the future of football at both schools. The NYSPHSAA classifies D schools with a range ... Read More »

ECS Baseball Recap

By Robert Sawicki The Ellicottville Eagles varsity baseball team made valiant efforts but still fell in their first two games of the season. On April 17, the Eagles lost to Randolph Central School 8-6 in seven innings despite Cameron Wilson’s performance. Wilson got on base three times in the game, scored one run and had one RBI. He singled in the fourth ... Read More »

ECS Sports Boosters Plan Fundraising Events – Golf Tourney, Adult Party, Gym Floor Auction

By Todd Palmatier The Ellicottville Sports Boosters met and, with the construction of the new gym and parts of the school, fundraising during sporting events is going to be a challenge, so the group is looking for new ways to raise funds. Here are some of the events they have planned: Annual Golf Tournament – This event will hopefully take ... Read More »

ECS Students Stock Creeks 3,000 Trout Released

Recently, a group of ECS students took advantage of an opportunity to help stock the Great Valley Creek with Brown Trout from the Randolph Hatchery. Fifteen students participated in helping to stock over 3,000 trout at several locations along Great Valley Creek and Forks Creek. After a brief overview from Mr. Stan Bishop from Trout Unlimited involving background of the ... Read More »

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