CB Eller Pre-K Screening and Kindergarten Screening has been postponed. New information will be made available when the date is determined.
Parents please click on the BOLD print title to view the list of places in the East District that have food assistance available. These are great resources for anyone that may need them.
Parents - If you or your student needs to contact the school nurse, Landra Roope BSN, RN, please call the google number, 828-572-3080.
Parents, Students, and Staff - please listen to an important message from Mr. Llewellyn, Mr. Ortiz, and Mr. Tidline - click on the bold print type to access.
Parents please click on the bold print title to read the important letter concerning distance learning for East District Elementary schools.
These guides provide activities for parents to use with their children in regards to reading and writing but also provide online resources that have been vetted by the Department of Public Instruction. Click on the link below or on the bold print title.
We will offer breakfast and lunch service beginning Tues, March 17. Sites will serve children 1-18 yrs. Meals may be picked up at the school car line. CB Eller will also have two outreach posts serving lunch. These are located at Thurmond Grocery and Temple Hill Church.
Information about how you can help your child focus on learning during this 2 week window (March 16-March 31) can be found by clicking on the appropriate grade level below. Once on the grade level page, look for the Student Link Section. This section will give students online learning resources to use to review material and practice skills. Parents may also pick up review packets from the front office. If you have any questions, please reach out to your child's teacher.
Effective March 12. 2020, Wilkes County Schools will suspend all field trips and will reevaluate this in early April.
Wilkes County Schools will follow the recommendation of the NCHSAA and suspend the Spring Sports Season at the conclusion of tonight’s games (Thursday, March 12, 2020) This decision impacts practices as well as scheduled games for both middle and high schools and will be re-evaluated in early April as well.
Per the Governor’s recommendation, all school gatherings of more than 100 people should be postponed. The governor did not recommend school closings at this time.
Again, we appreciate parent’s understanding as we make decisions to ensure the safety of our students and our staff.