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Sinking Fund

The EAPS Board of Education voted on February 12, 2018 to adopt a resolution to place a 2.2 mill Sinking Fund on the May 8, 2018 ballot.  If approved, this will be a five-year millage.  In EAPS, Sinking Fund monies may be used for:

  • School Security Possible projects include constructing secure entrances for all buildings, installing lockdown systems, and making camera system upgrades.

  • Technology Possible projects include improving our infrastructure, phasing in a program to provide a laptop for each student, and adding instructional technology in classrooms.

  • Repairs Possible projects include replacing leaking roofs, improving playgrounds, repairing parking lots, and making money-saving energy upgrades.

For additional information, please check out our Sinking Fund website. You can also contact us directly at (906) 786-5411 or sinkingfund@eskymos.com with any questions you may have.


Special Board Meeting

The EAPS Board of Education has scheduled a Special Meeting for Monday, March 19th at 7:00 PM. The meeting will be held in the courtyard room at the Escanaba Upper Elementary School, located at 1500 Ludington Street in Escanaba. 

Please contact Marlene Valley at (906) 786-5411 or by e-mail for additional information.




Open RFPs

Escanaba Area Public Schools is seeking bids to renovate the main gymnasium floor at the High School.  Sealed bids will be received until 11:00 AM on Wednesday, April 4th, 2018. Click the link below for more information.

Bid Request & Specs


Potential Busing Delays

The EAPS Transportation Department is anticipating possible busing delays to and from school as a direct result of the ongoing MDOT Escanaba River Bridge Construction Project. Additional details about the project — scheduled from April, 2017 through October, 2018 — can be found in MDOT's informational flyer.


News & Events

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