Important Information:

2013-14 Estabrook Annual Education Report  (AER) Cover Letter   PDF Document

2013-14 Estabrook Annual Education Report    PDF Document

2013-14 Estabrook School Improvement Plan   PDF Document

Community Activities & Flyers


Estabrook Lockdown Drills

Link to lockdown drill information.

GIRLS ON THE RUN @ ESTABROOK!
What is Girls on the Run?
Girls on the Run is a curriculum-based program, making it so much more than a running program! The coaches will be teaching life skills to the girls using dynamic, conversation-based lessons and running games.  Lesson topics include resisting peer-pressure, making healthy decisions, and contributing to the community.  The program ends with the girls being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K (3.1 mile) event on SundayMay 17th at Eastern Michigan University. 

Want to TRY IT OUT and see what Girls on the Run is all about?
Come join us on Monday, January 26th afterschool until 4:45PM for a FREE Girls on the Run experience at Estabrook. We'll be playing games and learning some cool things!
Parents, please come with your questions! We are happy to answer them and help you with your registration
It will be immediately afterschool in the Gym! Parents, please come if you can. Pick up your children by 4:45 pm

When is it?
The program at Estabrook is open to the first 24 girls in 3rd-5th grade to sign up.  Our program will meet on Monday and Thursday afternoons immediately after school until 5:00PM starting Monday, March 9th and ending on Thursday, May 21st.  No transportation will be provided, so please ensure you can pick your girl up at 5:00 both days (thank you!).

Registration is OPEN! 
You register online at www.girlsontherunsemi.org or on the phone at 734-712-5640
Registration closes on February 19th.

How much does it cost?
The program cost is $150 per girl.  All registered participants will receive a healthy snack at each lesson, a program t-shirt, water bottle, and entry into the incredible Girls on the Run 5K on Sunday, May 18th.

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE is Monday, January 26th
Make sure you submit your registration by Monday, January 26th to be eligible for a scholarship!

Have additional questions?
Contact Coach Nancy at nancy.thome28@gmail.com or 616-826-9577.


 

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Estabrook School


Principal: Karla Joy Graessley  kgraessley@ycschools.us   Welcome Back Letter From the Principal
Secretary:
Address: 1555 W. Cross St.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Phone: 734-221-1901
Fax: 734-221-1903
Grade Levels
: 2nd - 7th Grades
Hours:  8:25 a.m.-3:25 p.m. (full day) 
             8:25 a.m.-11:55 a.m. (half day - early dismissal)

Estabrook Bus Routes - 2014-2015

IMPORTANT Letter to Parents

Estabrook Focus Letter - For Parents 

Check out our Estabrook News & Events Page


survey

 Estabrook Balanced Calendar Survey

Dear Estabrook Families,

As you may be aware, Ypsilanti Community Schools Board of Education approved the pilot of a balanced calendar school beginning fall 2014. This calendar is currently being piloted at Holmes Elementary School. As part of this approval, the committee recommended that this option be considered for Estabrook beginning the 2015-2016 school year.

As we formulate our next steps, we want to gather some input from our current Estabrook school community. Here are a few basic descriptions of a balanced calendar and how a balanced calendar compares to a traditional calendar:

What is a balanced calendar?
-A balanced calendar is an educational program traditionally offered on a nine-month calendar, offered through the 11-12 months of a year.

Does a balanced calendar require students to be in school for more calendar days?
-No, the balanced calendar does not mean that students attend school all year. Instead, it means that your child’s 184 days of instruction are divided more evenly into four sessions. This alternative calendar realigns the 12-week summer vacation so that there are shorter, more frequent breaks throughout the year. Each session lasts about 12 weeks (or 60 days) and is followed by a vacation of approximately three weeks. One of those three weeks will be an “Intersession” designated to provide enrichment, remediation and/or acceleration courses to our students. Common vacation times, such as Winter Break, Thanksgiving and Labor Day, are maintained.

Please complete this brief survey! Thank you in advance for your input on this very important decision.