Welcome to East Silver Spring Elementary School

East Silver Spring Elementary School East Silver Spring Elementary School was originally built in 1927, which makes it one of Montgomery County's oldest schools. In fact, in 1992, during Silver Spring's Sesquicentennial, ESS received a commendation from the county for its long and fruitful service to the community.

The original building was severely damaged by fire but was rebuilt and modernized in 1979. An additional wing was added in 1987 and two new wings were completed in August 2010.
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News and Announcements

Jump Rope for the Heart

East Silver Spring is participating in Jump Rope for the Heart to raise money for the American Heart Association.  The original date for the “jump party” was 3/31/15…..The event will be moved to  April 14th, Tuesday at  9:30.All money (envelopes) should still be turned in by April 2nd, 2015.Questions?  E –mail Ms. Robinson at christine_m_robinson@mcpsmd.org 

Special Education Listening Sessions and Focus Groups

The Montgomery County Board of Education contracted with WestEd, a nonprofit research and development agency, to conduct an external review of specific special education processes and services in Montgomery County Public Schools.  There are several ways for parents to be involved in this process.  Please click to see a flyer with more details.

McTeacher's Night is January 14!

Click to see a flyer on the special McTeacher's Night at McDonald's.

ESS Book Fair is here!

Click to see the hours for the ESS book fair and to get a link to online shopping!

Author visits in Takoma Park

The Takoma Park Library is hosting some wonderful author visits on Friday, November 21 and Sunday, November 23.Click to see the link with information.

PARCC Nights are Coming!

Parents: If you have questions about the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessments and Common Core State Standards, you won’t want to miss upcoming PARCC nights! Come learn about the assessments, what they mean for your child, and how MCPS is preparing students for success on these new tests. You will be able to try your hand at a PARCC test item or two and pick up grade-level information and resources.   

New Season of Homework Hotline Live!

 Homework Hotline Live (HHL) is back for its 29th season, offering students in grades K–12 free homework assistance from MCPS teachers. Students can contact HHL teachers from 4–6 p.m. on the phone or 4–9 p.m. online on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and 6–9 p.m. online on Mondays.  

Options, an Online Resource for Parents

 The 2014-2015 Options guide is designed to help MCPS families learn about the various programs that are available in MCPS at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Many of these programs are available to students regardless of where they live. Each program is designed to provide enriched learning opportunities based on student interest and motivation. The guide is available online in English, Chinese, French, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese. Visit www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/enrichedinnovative/options/ for more information.  

ESS Eats Out

 We are excited to partner with Lucy's Ethiopian restaurant on Georgia Avenue for an extended Eats Out event that runs from Nov 11 through Nov 30. Families, staff, and friends of ESS are invited to come out on Tues for the kickoff night and/or anytime they can through the end of the month. Lucy's will donate 10% of what you spend to support the school.  Please be sure to bring a flyer with you.  

Picture Day

Picture day is coming up on October 16.  Click to see a picture day flyer.