ESP (Extended School Program) is an after-school program in Elizabethton City Schools serving children from grades Pre-K through 8. This program is funded in part by the 21st CCLC Grant.
The program gives students an opportunity after school and throughout the summer to participate in educational activities and physical exercise. Through partnerships with Coordinated School Health, the Carter County Health Department, and other organizations, ESP has been able to offer programs like the Walking Club and events like the Treasure Walk. ESP is always looking for ways to strengthen partnerships within the community to provide stimulating activities and curricula for our students.
For more information, you can call 423-547-8020 extension 2007 anytime after 1:00 pm.
Elizabethton City Schools Extended School Program (ESP) Update for the 2021-2022 School Year:
ESP will open August 9, 2021. ESP will remain operating from each school and will not merge into one location. Students enrolled at East Side will stay at East Side and so forth. So, parents will pick up their children from the school they attend during the day. ESP registration will be online like it was last year. Registration will open August 5th 2021 at 8am for K-8 students. Pre-K registration will be done at Pre-K orientation. Please do not try to register before this time as it will have to be deleted and redone.
Public Notice: 3/17/2022
ECS ESP is applying for the Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant (21st CCLC). The 21st CCLC grant is awarded for five years based on a competitive application process.The application is on file for the public review at Central Office. To make an appointment to view the application please contact Jordan Carder at 423-547-8000 ext. 2012.
MyProcare for Existing Families Video
ESP Registration for an existing account: (click the penguin)
ESP Registration for a new account: (click the penguin)