The Ellsworth Officers’ and Civilians’ Spouses’ Club (EOCSC) offers two merit-based scholarships. The first is for eligible military and civilian dependents who will continue studies at an accredited college or university during the 2017-2018 academic school year. And the second is scholarships to graduating seniors who will begin undergraduate studies at an accredited college or university during the 2017-2018 academic school year.
Links to download the applications and enrollment verification forms are below. Please note that applications must be postmarked by Wednesday, February 17, 2017 to be eligible.
If you have questions please contact Daniela Hernandez of the Ellsworth Officers’ and Civilians’ Spouses Club directly. Her email is email@example.com.
Family Day Camp!!!! Please come out and join us for a fun filled day for all families! Bring a picnic lunch or some snacks and be ready for some adventure! 23 June from 11:00-4:00 at Outdoor Campus West! FREE for everyone!!!
Lunch and Learn for Ellsworth Parents of students starting Kindergarten in August. Sign up today!
Douglas School Board recognizes Col Neuman for 2 years of outstanding service to the Douglas School District as an Associate Member of the School Board. Thank you for all you have done for the local schools, the community, and the children/families of Ellsworth AFB. You will be missed, Sir.
REMINDER: Tomorrow, 11 May, is Early Release for both Douglas and Rapid City Schools! 🙂
EFMP Family Bowling Day! Saturday, June 4th from 3-5. FREE 2 hours of bowling, food, drink, shoe rental, and a prize! Disco theme! Call or email to reserve your spot today!
EFMP Family Movie Day! Please come out this Saturday, 16 April, at 1:00 to the EAFB theatre for a special screening of “The Peanuts Movie”!
REMINDER: SLO Roundtable is TOMORROW night, 12 April, from 5:00-6:00 PM at the Balfour Beatty Community Center. Please come with any questions you may have regarding local schools, the EFMP program, IEPs, local resources, etc. See you there!
Douglas School District went into lock-down this morning. The Box Elder Police Department and Pennington County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a suspicious… individual who was possibly seen on the grounds of Vandenberg Elementary School. It is district procedure to lock down the whole district if it becomes necessary to do so in any one of the buildings. There was never a concern about a threat inside any of the district buildings. After conducting multiple, intensive searches of the district grounds, no person matching the description of the individual was found. District buildings were cleared by Box Elder and Pennington County Law Enforcement—all students and staff are safe and learning activities have resumed across the district.