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2019 kindergarten round up
Kindergarten Round-up 2019
Posted on 02/12/2019
A Parent information meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 19th from 5:30-6:30 in the High School Theater. This evening is for parents to learn  READ MORE... about Kindergarten Round-up 2019
Pig out on books 2019
Pig out on books during I LOVE TO READ MONTH
Posted on 02/05/2019
This year's I LOVE TO READ MONTH theme in the Elementary is "PIG OUT ON BOOKS!" Mr. Harker has challenged Winterquist students to read as much as they can this month and if they earn 10,000 AR points he will kiss a real live pig!  READ MORE... about Pig out on books during I LOVE TO READ MONTH
Making art
New Space for Community Education Programming
Posted on 01/08/2019
Community Education has had a smooth transition over to our new building these past few weeks. The Cool Kids, School Readiness and ECFE kids have been having fun in their new spaces!  READ MORE... about New Space for Community Education Programming
#GoEsko
Follow us on Social Media - #GoEsko
Posted on 11/29/2018
Esko Public Schools is growing our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube channels to celebrate our students, and share information keep parents, students, community and alumni in the loop as to what's happening in our schools.  READ MORE... about Follow us on Social Media - #GoEsko

Tradition of Excellence

When you walk through the main entry of the Esko High School, the slogan "IT"S A GREAT DAY TO BE AN ESKOMO" is painted for all to see.   For more than 90 years, the school has been the window into the community for the outside world.  From its consistently high academic ratings to its outstanding athletes, and from its band and choir to its many successful alumni, the school has been the first thing - often the only thing - people elsewhere know about Esko. 
          -Davis Helberg, Editor Esko's Corner An Illustrated History of Esko & Thompson Township  and Esko class of 1958. 

For information about the History of Esko Public Schools, the Esko Historical Society and Esko history book project, visit   www.eskohistory.com