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Edgewood District and Curriculum

The Harford County Public School System is the only public school district serving the children of Edgewood. The primary mission of the district is to provide students with quality instructional programming that prepares them for college attendance or entrance into the workforce. All students, regardless of ability, are held to a high standard of achievement. Rigorous, yet relevant curricular activities challenge students to meet and exceed their educational goals, while offering them the chance to learn skills that will benefit them for the rest of their lives. Each of the district’s 54 school buildings offer nearly 38,000 students a safe place to learn and grow.

We currently cover the following Edgewood-area school district: Harford County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Edgewood District Curriculum

Edgewood’s middle school math curriculum helps bridge the gap between the basic mathematical skills students acquire in elementary school and the advanced skills they will learn in high school. Middle school students work with ratios and gain the ability to differentiate between ratios and unit rates. Quotients and fractions are also part of the curriculum. Students interpret and compute fractions, exploring both the measurement concept and partition concept and develop the ability to work with multi-digit numbers also.

Edgewood students also participate in a comprehensive English language arts curriculum that focuses on the development of reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. With regard to speaking and listening, high school students practice these skills by taking part in various collaborative discussions with classmates. Students demonstrate an ability to come to class prepared and ready to contribute positively to class discussions. Learners also explore how to move conversations along by posing and answering appropriate questions.



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Keeping Informed: Recent Edgewood Educational News

  • Fountain Green Elementary School Honored - Fountain Green Elementary School has been named as one of Maryland’s 2015 Blue Ribbon Schools. This distinction was earned due to the outstanding academic improvement students at the school have shown over the last academic year.
  • Patterson Mill High School Wins Grant - Students at Patterson Hill High School recently accepted a $25,000 grant from State Farm Insurance. The money will be used to fund driver’s safety programs at the school.
  • Students Raise Money For Cancer Research - Havre de Grace Middle School students recently participated in a variety of athletic events in order to raise money for cancer research. Hundreds of dollars were raised from the event, which will go to the Kaufman Cancer Center in Bel Air, Maryland.

Edgewood 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: Great Reasons to Join Extracurricular Activities

Clubs, sports, and other extracurricular activities represent an excellent opportunity for your child to expand their learning to out-of-class environments. Some extracurricular activities, such as science club or art club, help students expand their knowledge and understanding of a particular subject area. Other activities, such as sports, give students the chance to improve their physical fitness, while learning valuable lessons about teamwork and communication. Still other organizations, like FFA, DECA, and student council, foster the development of critical leadership skills and critical thinking skills. All of these activities benefit students in the classroom as well. The time management skills required to juggle academics and extracurricular activities helps kids get things done more effectively and efficiently. Participation in extracurricular activities also promotes positive self-esteem, improved confidence, and offers kids a chance to build relationships with their peers.