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  • Alert:

    As we all know, due to the Coronavirus outbreak, all travel has been severely restricted and non-essential businesses have been closed.  This means that Spring Break plans for almost everyone has been canceled.

    With this in mind, we are amending the school calendar for next week and these days will now be school days.  Due to this change, the last day of school for Estill County will now be May 14th

    This change will allow us to keep our students on a routine that will ensure a continuation of instruction and other services.  All staff will still be available for our families and food service will continue to serve breakfast and lunch.  For any family that still has plans for this coming week, your student can complete their work at your discretion.

    We will have further information tomorrow concerning the distribution on new NTI packets for days 11 – 20 as well as the return of work completed during the past 10 days.

  • Alert:

    As a reminder, ALL Estill County athletic facilities are now closed to the general public.

    Also, with the school closures, the KHSAA has suspended all spring sports and declared a dead period ending on April 19, 2020, at midnight.

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READING IS FUN!!!!!

Reading Tips 

(From Reading Rockets)

Don't leave home without it

Bring along a book or magazine any time your child has to wait, such as at a doctor's office. Always try to fit in reading!

Once is not enough

Encourage your child to re-read favorite books and poems. Re-reading helps kids read more quickly and accurately.

Dig deeper into the story

Ask your child questions about the story you've just read. Say something like, "Why do you think Clifford did that?"

 

 

 

Hello! My name is Brooke Mays and I am a Reading Recovery Teacher and Response to Intervention Coordinator at Estill Springs Elementary. This is my tenth year working for Estill County Schools. I began at West Irvine Elementary as a Second grade teacher. I graduated from Powell County High School in 2002 and received my Bachelor's degree from University of Kentucky and my Master's degree from EKU in Reading/Writing with a Literacy Specialist endorsement. I reside in Irvine with my husband, Kevin, and our son, Garrett (3). 

 

 

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