Extended Closure and COVID-19

During the extended closure staff is available to assist at (330) 689-5445.

NOTICE: The last Breakfast and Lunch pickups will be Monday, JUNE 1, 8 AM - 10 AM,  at Kimpton, Echo Hills, High School, Lakeview and evening pickup at Lakeview 4 PM to 6 PM.
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330.689.5450 4405 Stow Rd., Stow, OH 44224

Echo Hills Elementary School


 GENERAL INFORMATION

Grades K-4

4405 Stow Road

Stow, OH 44224

Phone: 330-689-5450

Fax: 330-689-5455 (August 14, 2019) We do not currently have fax capabilities.  If possible, please use secretary email below to scan and send documents.

Principal: Mr. David Ulbricht (st_dulbricht@smfcsd.org)

Secretary: Mrs. Kathy Ritchie (st_kritchie@smfcsd.org)

 

 

            

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School day schedule

 

8:30am

Students may enter for hot breakfast

8:55am

Students may enter building, general bus runs here and unloading

9:05am

Student day begins

3:35pm

Student day ends.  Walkers and car riders dismissed.  Daycares dismissed as they arrive. General buses dismissed as they arrive.

Not later than 3:50pm

All general bus runs here and loading

 

 

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CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE MARCH 2020 PADCAST VIDEO!

 

 

Mission Statement

Echo Hills is a learning place

where we recognize the uniqueness of each student.

Echo Hills staff has worked cohesively to develop a framework to identify our belief systems. Our mission, vision, and purpose statement reflects this collaborative effort.

MISSION: Our purpose is to focus on the child, and as adults, create a positive learning atmosphere in which we model dignity and respect for others.

VISION: We believe that every day, every child will be actively engaged in a nurturing and successful environment and that every adult will be passionately dedicated and inspired to motivate the development of children (as individuals) who will be leaders.

PURPOSE STATEMENT:

1) Every child is provided with an opportunity to learn at his or her own level.
2) Every child should feel safe in the school environment.
3) A strong partnership between parents, children and school personnel should be developed to ensure equal responsibility.

Unique Information about Echo Hills

  • Echo Hills is the second largest of the 6 elementary buildings with approximately 360 students in the 2019-2020 school  year.
  • We house five classrooms for students with multiple disabilities. These are sometimes referred to as "Life Skills" classrooms. Students from all 6 elementary buildings needing a very high level of developmental support are transported to our building for specialized instruction according to their IEP.

School Supply List

Echo Hills school supply lists for 2019-2020 school year. (All teachers and classes on one page available HERE)