Rheems Elementary School recently collected 261 food items as part of a school-wide "Souper Bowl" food drive to benefit the local food bank. The campaign was timed to coincide with National Football League’s Super Bowl and helped to restock the shelves of the local food pantry after the holiday season.
The Elizabethtown Area School District and GEARS are teaming up to support EAHS’s Mini-THON campaign and GEARS Camp Ladybug with the seventh annual “Heroes vs. Legends” charity basketball game. Now in its seventh year, the charity game has netted over $8,000 for local programs.
The faculty and administration of Elizabethtown Area High School recently took part in the national “Giving Tuesday” initiative, which is in response to the commercialism and consumerism of this time of year. Giving Tuesday is dedicated to giving back to your community.
October 17, 2017- The Elizabethtown Area School District will hold its annual Veterans Day ceremony on Friday, Nov. 10, the day before the actual holiday, to honor our community’s military veterans.
Elizabethtown Area High School’s Mini-THON Committee invites the community to attend its annual Corn Maze on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 5-9 p.m. at the Brubaker Farm, 1035 Union School Road, Mount Joy.
EASD welcomed the Class of 2030 today. In a scene that played out all across the district's four primary elementary schools, today the 237 members of the incoming kindergarten class were greeted by the smiling faces of school administration, specialists and kindergarten teachers as they arrived for their first day of school.
The Elizabethtown Area School District will host Back-to-School Open House events at each of its school facilities prior to the start of school. Each Open House will provide a wonderful opportunity to meet teachers, get acclimated with the buildings, and prepare for the new school year that begins August 28.
The Masonic Village at Elizabethtown recently presented a check for $15,000 to the Elizabethtown Area Education Foundation to benefit the foundation’s educational classroom grant program. Over the past eighth years, the Masonic Village has gifted the foundation $135,000 for its grant program.