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Easton District and Curriculum
The Reading/Language Arts/English Curriculum in the Easton Area School District meets or exceeds Pennsylvania State Standards by helping students develop phonics skills, fluency in reading and writing, reading comprehension, and vocabulary acquisition skills. The Easton Area School District has adopted the Math Connects program which develops math abilities in relevant contexts.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Easton District Curriculum
From the first time students enter the school system through the elementary years, students are encouraged to build upon reading skills that allow them to read independently and get the most meaning and enjoyment from what they read. Students learn skills in grammar and read fiction and nonfiction in order to help them communicate more clearly and concisely. For example, students in Grade 8 can analyze details of plot, setting, and structure from a variety of short stories and novellas, in order to apply those skills to their own writing.
The Math curriculum in the Easton Area School District follows an expanding scope and sequence, from basic skills in counting and operations in the primary grades to skills and concepts in algebra and geometry in high school. In addition, teachers in Grades K-6 can ask experienced teachers who specialize in math to assist them. For example, teachers who need help teaching subtraction in Grade 2 will be able to call on math specialists for help with specific skills and strategies.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Easton Educational News
- High School Band Plays at Disney Resort - The Marching Band from Easton Area High School entertained vacationers who visited Orlando, Florida's Disney resort on a special day in late December. They won the honor from among many schools across the nation who applied to this program to showcase high school performers, and earned their own special taste of Disney magic.
- Gifted Students to Aid Service Members - Students in the Gifted Programs in Easton Area School District will help provide a bit of home to service people who are deployed around the world. They will match interested students and community members with active military personnel serving overseas, and provide individual packages that include toiletries, snacks, and small comfort items as part of a nationwide effort.
- Lacrosse Players Host Clothing Drive - Lacrosse teams at Easton High School are collecting used clothing to donate to a local homeless shelter during the month of January. They often hold fundraisers to help others in the community as part of a school-wide effort. They will gather good used items during a special fundraising assembly.
Easton Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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Chalk Talk: Reading at Grade Level
Report cards can be bewildering. What does it mean, for example, when a teacher or district uses a phrase like reading independently at or above grade level, and what does that mean in terms of what a child can do? It means that the student can select a book they like, read it fluently without help, and understand it well. When children are reading at grade level, they are mastering all the appropriate objectives in reading for that grade. If they are reading above grade level, they are able to achieve some of the word recognition and comprehension skills for later grades.