The Main Office is located just inside the front entrance. The Elementary Principal is Mr. Peter Mahan. The school secretaries are Ms. Karen Overbaugh and Ms. Aimee Morse. The office can be reached at 966-5070 ext. 301.
Visitors and guests are always welcome at Scott M. Ellis Elementary School. In order to maintain a safe and orderly environment for students and their teachers, we ask that, when possible, classroom visits are arranged in advance so disruptions to instruction are kept to a minimum. Please remember that teachers are expected to not use class time to discuss individual matters. All guests must sign our guest register and will be given a visitor’s badge to wear, and may be required to show picture identification. Visitors will be asked to wait for office staff to call the child’s teacher before sending visitors to the classroom. We require that guests go directly to the location listed on our guest register and return directly to the Main Office prior to going to another location in the building
The main office must be notified whenever a student is late or absent, or if an early dismissal is required. Students are considered tardy when entering the building after 8:10 a.m. If your child is absent, a written note indicating the reason for the absence should accompany the child upon his/her return to school
The Health Office is on the main floor. The Elementary Nurse's are Ms. Sally Collins and Ms. Erin Hoyt and they can be contacted at 966-5070 ext. 320.
Please notify the school's health office if your child has a health problem or allergies. No medication of any kind (including over the counter medication) can be administered without written permission from the doctor and parent. A prescription bottle/container with the name of the child, dosage, name of medication, and the name of the doctor is required. All medication must be brought into the health office by the parent or guardian.
If you wish your child to have pierced earrings - please take care of this during the summer. Students are required to remove earrings for Physical Education and should be capable of doing this task themselves.