Elkhorn Elementary Vision Statement
Elkhorn Elementary Vision Statement
The vision of Elkhorn Elementary School  is to be viewed by our school community as a resource of hope. EES will positively impact our community through the dedication and hard work that comes out of those that are influenced by our school.
Mission Statement
Elkhorn Elementary Mission Statement
The mission of Elkhorn Elementary School is to provide a positive, welcoming environment for the school community while constantly seeking improvement in all aspects through confronting obstacles and developing students into critical thinkers that persevere through life's challenges in a safe, respectful, and responsible manner.  
Elk News
Supply Lists
Time to start thinking about school supplies! Click on the links below to see supply lists for each grade level. 
Supply Lists 1-5            Supply List 4th grade

Clark Wins District Spelling Bee
4th Grader Terrell Clark has won the District Spelling Bee. Terrell won his homeroom competition, and then advanced to be the winner of the school competition. He will now advance to represent Franklin County in the Ford Motor Company Kentucky Spelling Bee in Louisville on March 11th. This is the FIRST time Elkhorn has had a student to compete in the event. So proud of Terrell!  
Elkhorn Elementary Wins Superintendent's Cup 2017
Elkhorn Elementary School (EES) won the 2017 Superintendent’s Cup, an academic competition between the district’s elementary schools aimed at preparing students for the statewide Governor’s Cup competition. As a result, EES has bragging rights over the district’s five other elementary schools, and they take home the Superintendent’s Cup trophy, which travels to the winning school each year.
All six teams will move on to the District Governor’s Cup competition in February, with the top finishers advancing to the Regional Governor’s Cup competition in March.  
Born Learning Academy
Elkhorn Elementary's Family Resource Center is happy to announce that we will be partnering with the Rosenwald Center at Kentucky State University in order bring the Born Learning Academy to our families. This program consists of six family oriented workshops for those who are expecting children and/or have children from ages zero to five. These workshops are completely free and are open to everyone! We will have door prizes, provide dinner, free childcare and great information to help you and your family! Here are our workshops dates, if you attend all six you will be able to participate in the graduation that will follow the last workshop.
Rosewald Center
315 Maryland Ave. Frankfort  
October 20
November 17
January 19
February 16
March 9
April 20 
Please click on these links for more information about the Rosenwald Center and the Born Learnig Academy. 

If you have any questions feel free to contact Mandy Heacock, Family Resource Coordinator at 695-6713 or [email protected] 
Office Staff
    Matt Osborne
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Ann Smith
Attendance Clerk
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Lila Johnson
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Meghan Adams
School Counselor
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Amanda Heacock
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Family Resource Center
EES Books Only Book Fair
Mon Aug 28 2017
to Fri Sep 1 2017
August PTO Meeting
Tue Aug 29 2017
August SBDM Meeting
Tue Aug 29 2017
School Start and Stop Times
School Starts at 7:45 am
School Dismissal at 2:40 pm
Doors open at 7:15 am
Date Expires:   (mm/dd/yyyy format)
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