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Easton District and Curriculum

The district curriculum followed is under the CCSS (Common Core State Standards) which require the students to do their best in what is being learned. Easton Public Schools’ courses for its students are divergent on a heterogeneity of levels. The main curriculum of the two subjects- English Language Arts and mathematics have been expanded by the Department of Education. The main course of study is instructed among the additional subjects of science, history, technology and the career-oriented electives.

We currently cover the following Easton-area school district: Talbot County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Easton District Curriculum

In Mathematics, the pupils learn place value in the beginning grades. The conception of place value sets the infrastructure for more complicated concepts, like the multiplication and division of multiple integers. The students in grade 2 acquire skill in the significance of ones, tens, and hundreds, and how to borrow from the larger numerals to give to the smaller one sin order to solve addition and subtraction questions. Students are taught through hands-on experiences and learn through investigation.

In English Language Arts, the students, through reading fictional narratives, learn figurative language, such as personification, metaphors, similes, and alliteration. They read a large collection of tales that incorporate these kinds of figurative language and master identifying each type through teacher lessons and exercises. The learners also are urged to talk over the value of the figurative language and what the expressions may symbolize, and what the writer is attempting to make known to the readers.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Easton Educational News

  • Middle Schoolers Learn about Economics - Through a new educational partnership between Junior Achievement of Central Maryland and Queen Anne’s County Public Schools, eighth-grade students are participating in Junior Achievement Finance Park, a comprehensive economics education program.
  • Eastern Shore Project Aims to Help Towns Save Energy and Money - Officials have been interested in energy conservation for a long time — they started tracking usage levels during the 1970s energy crisis. Now local leaders are hoping to expand on that success. They've launched the ShorePower Project to aid leaders in those places in finding methods of using energy more efficiently and with less effect on the environment.
  • Local Culture and History Events - Throughout the year, the town offers a number of different cultural and historical events for families to participate in. There are Gallery Walks, Chamber Music Concerns, Arts Festivals, and other events that can provide memorable activities for families to enjoy.

Easton Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: The Importance of Parental Communication with Their Child

Parents should feel a need to ask their kids how their day at school was. And not just the same old “Fine,” the child should expound on their answer. Some children are being bullied or not getting good grades and their parents have no idea because they don’t ask. Parents need to talk with their kids and see how their day went, e.g. “How did your science experiment go?” or “Did you make any new friends?” Certainly the discussion doesn’t need to focus solely on academics as there is a lot more to the school day. This is especially important in elementary and middle schoolers because what happens in the early grades affects the later grades. Regular communication is the key to parents recognizing how changes are taking hold for children as they move through their childhood and into adolescence.