May 2, 2022 Tomorrow is the actual day of Teacher Appreciation! Please take a few moments to read the gold flyer, Under the Big Top! Let's shower our teachers with the love they deserve. Our focus tomorrow is on a Juggler! Teachers are like jugglers because they never want to let their students down. They always try to raise them up to make them feel secure and welcome in their welcoming environment. Every child is encouraged to dress like their teacher. READ MORE
May 1, 2022 Tomorrow begins Teacher Appreciation Week! Please take a few moments to read the gold flyer, Under the Big Top! Let's shower our teachers with the love they deserve. Our focus tomorrow is on a Magician! Teachers are expected to work their magic each day, so please supply them with some treats to help them not stray! Every child is encouraged to dress like a Magician. This includes: capes, top hats, magic wands, fake bunny rabbit, etc. READ MORE
Mar 3, 2022 Kindergarten Night will be Thursday, April 28, 2022, from 6-7 pm at Enos Elementary School.
Feb 2, 2022 Enos Families, Enos Elementary School will be hosting Fathers are Fundamental on February 9. 2022. This amazing event will be for 2nd and 5th Grade families. Please contact the school for further details (217-525-3208). We are looking forward to seeing you!
Jan 21, 2022 If you have been looking to purchase Enos Spirit Wear, your wish has been granted! Enos Elementary School now has its own Spirit Wear Store brought to you by Prep Sports Wear. You can find a plethora of Enos Wear to show your support for our great school! There are T-shirts, Hoodies, Long Sleeves, Sweatpants, and much much more. You will be able to choose from many different Enos logos. There is also a wide selection of colors to choose from. READ MORE
Jan 21, 2022 Congratulations to the following Enos Eagle's on being selected as a Student Leaders! Lanijah Kaybriella Gwen Ariana Denise Jesse Bently Sariah Dayvia Dakayla Mckyla Javonni Marquis
Jan 20, 2022 SPRINGFIELD AND CENTRAL ILLINOIS AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY MUSEUM (AAHM) Presents Arts for the Ages An Art Exhibit of Springfield District # 186 Students The Springfield and Central Illinois African American History Museum (AAHM) is pleased to announce the opening on January 15, 2022, of Art for the Ages, an exhibit of art from Springfield District # 186 students first through twelfth grades. READ MORE
Jan 14, 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. King was largely responsible for the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The Civil Rights Act banned discrimination in the workforce and public accommodations based on “race, color, religion, or national origin.” The Voting Rights Act protects African Americans' right to vote. Dr. King was instrumental in the American Civil Rights Movement. READ MORE
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