I wanted to let you know that there has been some talk among students regarding the "Momo Challenge" that is out on the internet. I felt I needed to address a few classes that I had heard were talking about this terrible and very scary suicide challenge targeted at children. I’m asking you to take precaution, monitor and talk with your children about this challenge if you feel this could be something they could be exploring.
Luke Shelton -Superintendent / Principal
Flyers and order forms should have gone home this week. If you did not receive them, see the attached PDF files or order online at www.mylifetouch.com by referencing the picture day ID noted below.
Class Picture Order Form.pdf
Portrait full flyer.pdf
Elysian School Board of Trustees will have 2 seats up for re-election this May 7, 2019 School Election. Becky Abrams is up for re-election and is a three (3) year seat and Shane Hardy is up for re-election and is a two (2) year seat. If you are interested in running for one of these two seats on the Elysian School Board of Trustees, please fill out a Declaration of Intent and Oath of Candidacy for Trustee Candidates and return to the County Election Office downtown by March 28, 2019. If you have any questions, you may contact Superintendent Whalen, Principal Shelton or Clerk Laurie.
Paper copies have been sent home with grade K-5. Digital copies are below as a jpg and pdf.
February 6th is our next dress-up day for the 7 Habits.
Habit 4 is Win-Win
Parent’s Night Out
What: This is our third grade fundraiser for our trip to Museum of the Rockies. Drop the kids off and take some time for yourselves! Dinner will be provided. 3rd Grade students and siblings only.
When:February 14th, 2019
Where:Elysian School Commons
How Much:$10.00 per Student plus $5.00 for each sibling Cash or Checks (payable to Elysian School) Please pay at time of registration.
RSVP By:Monday the 11th
**For any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Mrs. Verbeck or Ms. Burley. Please bring back the bottom Registration Form.
Parents Night Out.pdf
The Montana Office of Public Instruction’s school nutrition division has asked public schools in Billings to inform the families of furloughed federal employees that they likely meet the monthly eligibility requirements for free and reduced cost lunches.
OPI is looking to encourage families enrolled in the district to complete an application on the district website & attached to this post. The application states that children in households receiving benefits from SNAP, Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families are eligible for free meals.
Other students eligible for free meals include:
- Foster children that are under the legal responsibility of a foster care agency or court.
- Children who meet the definition of homeless, runaway or migrant.
- Children in a household with an income within the monthly limits of the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines.
Elysian school currently charges $1.25 for breakfast and $2.50 for lunch.
For more information, you can contact Laurie Hickethier at 656-4101 ext. 3.
FreeReduced App 2018-19.pdf