The Pride of Elgin and the Masonic Lodge are collaborating to raise donations for the band. The Masonic Lodge is hosting a breakfast for anybody who wants to come . The breakfast is this saturday , october 21 , 2017 form 7:00 am to 10:30 am or until the lodge runs out of food . The breakfast is being held in the Masonic Lodge Local No . 367 ; 8190 state highway 17 , Elgin . The price of admission is just a donation at the door . so please come join us .


The middle school is have there choir concert on october 17th 2017 , at the fine arts center there will be to performances the first one is at 10:15 and is usually for the students and anyone who needs to be there earlier for there child . and the second one is at 1:45 and that one is for everyone else who can be up there to watch please feel free to come and enjoy the music with us .


Attention Elgin, we are selling tickets to the semi-formal homecoming dance for $10

during both lunches. If you have you ever played candyland before, you might enjoy this year’s homecoming dance! The dance will be “a sweet night” that you won’t want to miss! Tickets will be on sale until next Wednesday, October 7th, 2017. If you want to bring someone from a different school, pick up a permission form at lunch and bring it back signed before buying the ticket(s). Come and have a sweet time at the candyland dance!

Parent Teacher Conferences!

Attention parents and guardians of Elgin students:

There will be parent teacher conferences on September 22, 2017 and we would like to meet with you and talk for a short while about your child or children. If you have any questions you may contact your child’s main office.

lower/upper elementary: (580) 492-3680

5th grade: (580) 492 – 3655

6th grade: (580) 492 – 3656

7th/8th grade: (580) 492 – 3657

high school: (580) 492 – 3670

UPDATE : Hurricane Irma

As of right now, hurricane Irma is on track to pass just north of Puerto Rico later today September 6, 2017.  It is too early to tell whether it will make landfall on the United States mainland, but forecasts show that it could turn toward Florida over the weekend. As of now, it is a Category five, which is the highest possible hurricane on the hurricane scale. It packs winds of about 185 mph, making it one of the most powerful Atlantic storms ever recorded.