ECC Photo Galleries
With the Early Childhood Center scheduled to close permanently at the end of the ...
At this year's Winter Celebration, ECC students had several holiday-themed activities to choose from, including coloring, crafting, dancing, making jingle-bell bracelets, listening to a reading of the Gingerbread Baby story and even sampling some delicious hot chocolate!
Students in the ECC's morning and afternoon classes had a very special visitor on Dec. 16 — jolly old St. Nick! Actually, the real Santa Claus was still in the North Pole, so he sent Mr. Doug Meyers, father of Elmwood teacher Ms. Roberta Predovich. But you could hardly tell the difference!
Students and their families had a great first day of school at the Early Childhood Center as the 2019-20 academic year got underway. Parents met their children's teachers as well as Principal Kevin Seibel, and students jumped right into their classroom activities. Check inside for photos!
Afternoon students at the Early Childhood Center received a very special visitor on Friday, Dec. 14 — none other than jolly old St. Nick himself! Santa visited each classroom, had his picture taken with the students and read "The Night Before Christmas" to the entire school!
Morning students at the Early Childhood Center received a very special visitor on Friday, Dec. 14 — jolly old St. Nick himself! Santa visited each classroom, had his picture taken with the students and read "The Night Before Christmas" to the entire school!
Students and their families had a great first day of school at the Early Childhood Center as the 2018-19 academic year got underway. Parents met the school's new principal, Mr. Kevin Seibel, and students jumped right into their classroom activities. Check inside for photos!
From student-built hovercrafts to student-built robots, EPHS Gym was packed with displays and activities when District 401 held "Into the Cloud," a community event showcasing how technology is transforming the classroom. Check inside for photos from the big night!
The ECC recently celebrated the birthday of one of America's most beloved children's writers: Dr. Seuss! Our students took part in activities related to such classics as "Cat in the Hat" and "Green Eggs and Ham." And they had plenty of oobleck to play with, too!
On March 14, while EPHS and Elm students participated in a national walkout to honor the victims of the recent Florida school shootings and to urge an end to gun violence, ECC students took part in learning activities related to the walkout. Check inside for photos.
More than 100 parents and students turned out for District 401's STEMscopes Parent & Community Night, held Tuesday, Feb. 6, at Elm Middle School. The event gave attendees a chance to learn more about the District's science curriculum for grades K-8.
Our students and their families weren't shy about getting into the holiday spirit at the annual ECC Winter Concert. The show took place Dec. 14 at John Mills Elementary School. ECC parents and family members packed the school gym to cheer on their students!
Just in time for the winter holidays, Frosty the Snowman paid a visit to the ECC for group photos with all of our classrooms. And what a reception our students gave him as they greeted him with hugs, high fives and plenty of smiles!
Students and parents got a head start on holiday decorations when they took part in "Winter Crafts," the Early Childhood Center's most recent family event. Visit our photo gallery to see some of their creations!
To the delight of our students, puppeteer Dave Herzog recently visited the ECC, where he performed two shows featuring his hand-carved marionettes. Check inside to see what all the excitement was about!
ECC's Fall 2017 Open House took place Wednesday, Sept. 13, as parents got a chance to talk with faculty about course offerings and expectations while their children participated in a variety of activities in classrooms and the school's all-purpose room.
ECC students and their families had a great first day of school on Wednesday, Aug. 16, as parents took part in orientation and students jumped right into their classroom activities!