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Ms. Williams teaching a class on book selection in the Media Center.
Student holding a baby crocodile during special presentation.
Coach Ray throwing an atlatl during a student presentation on early native American cultures.
Students working in the Internet Cafe.
Students working on laptops for a social studies project.
Student pictures being taken.
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Students using microscopes in Mrs. Hobby's Science class.
Mrs. Ensley with her students preparing for student pictures.
Student and mother at Student of the Month Breakfast.
Mr. Tapscott setting up a rocket to be fired for his Technology class.
Students working on laptops in a Language Arts Class.
Student and mother at Student of the Month Breakfast.
Dr. Stone, principal of Eighth Street Middle School during an evacuation drill.
Students working on a project on laptops in Mr. King's Social Studies class.

More than 50 students earned credit in Spanish during our summer session.

ESMS recognized more than 400 students during our Spring Honors Night.

Nutrition staff now serves grab-and-go breakfast, drastically increasing the number of students eating breakfast.

We increased our high school class offerings from one in 2011 to seven in 2016.

Bridge Day will be held on March 9th.  Parents MUST attend a conference in order for their child to be registered for classes for the 2018-2019 school year.  Follow the registration link below or on the Parents tab.

Upcoming Events

ESMS Track Meet

Date: 2/22/2018, 3:30 PM – 6 PM
Location: Valdosta High School

ESMS Golf Team

Date: 2/26/2018, 12 PM – 6 PM
Location: Valdosta Country Club

News & Announcements

BRIDGE DAY SIGN-UP

Please follow the attached link to sign up for the opportunity to meet with your student's homeroom teacher for Bridge Day (Friday, March 9th). Each student must have a parent attend a conference in order for he or she to be registered for classes for the 2018-2019 school year.

Anyston Lyon Wins Essay Contest

The National Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation, reaching millions of young people during Red Ribbon Week, October 23-31 each year. This year, ESMS decided to add an essay contest to the fun filled week of activities. Students were asked to submit an original work based on this year's theme: "If I Could Go Back and Warn Them: Your Future is Key, so Stay Drug Free. The Guidance and Counseling Department at ESMS would like to congratulate Anyston Lyon as this year's winner. Her essay was a beautifully written story of a young girl who recognizes the importance of taking a stand in the war on drugs. Thank you to all the ESMS students who participated in this contest. We appreciate your time and effort.
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