School News

Go, Bobcats!

The Ellis Boys Cross Country team ends the season in 1st place.

Ellis Media Center

Visit this page for information from the Ellis Media Center and a link to the media center website.

From the Clinic

Click for health and wellness information from Nurse Chris.

Return To Learn Guidance

This page is intended to provide answers to many of the questions our parents and staff have about our virtual return to school.

Marathon Kids

Coach Lesley is coordinating a running club through Marathon Kids. Click for more information on how to sign your student up to participate.

UPDATED: Waivers Allow Meals For Students At No Cost Through End of 2020-21 SY

Breakfast and lunch will be provided free of charge to all SCCPSS students.

Ellis Angel Tree

Consider helping Ellis families during the holiday season by participating in our annual Angel Tree. Click for more information on how to help.

Congratulations to Ms. Brenda!

Ellis' own, Ms. Brenda, was selected to represent SCCPSS on the State Superintendent's Parent Advisory Council. Click to view the whole story.

PTA Read-A-Thon

The 9th Annual Ellis PTA Read-A-Thon will take place throughout the month of November. Click here for more information on how you can support our school.

Ellis PTA Fall Festival Parade

The Ellis PTA Fall Festival Parade lifted spirits throughout the Ellis community. Click to view more information and photos from the event.

Phase III Transportation Information and Bell Time Adjustments

We want to make SCCPSS families returning to the classroom during the Phase III hybrid learning plan aware of two operational Items of importance.


Athletics information for middle school students from Coach Lesley.

Hybrid Learning

Information for Ellis Families about the SCCPSS Hybrid Learning Model

Ellis School Council

Visit this page for news and information from the Ellis School Council.

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