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Erie District and Curriculum
The Erie School District curriculum meets or exceeds the Pennsylvania Core Standards in English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and Health/Wellness. These standards have been written to guide the instructional process and align classroom instruction, student learning, and the assessments that measure student proficiency in their subjects.
We currently cover the following Erie-area school district: Eric Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Erie District Curriculum
In each subject, students are expected to learn skills that become increasingly complex as they move from grade to grade. Subjects are designed to address major areas of the subject and provide connections between the core content areas. Graduating seniors are required to attain skills and concepts that will make them ready to attend college, vocational school, or go directly to work.
For example, in Social Studies, students gradually master strategies to take their place in democracy, taking a stand and defending positions from the earliest grades. Communication skills are developed through reading, listening, writing and speaking in English/Language Arts; and writing to persuade is a key part of the Erie School District curriculum. Successful Mathematics students build upon basic skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, to include concepts of how to use and decipher arguments based upon probability and statistics.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Erie Educational News
- Erie School Wins Reading Grant - The Peters Group invited students from an Erie High School to take part in a nationwide program in reading and leadership. This Erie School District school was the only one in the state of Pennsylvania to win this special grant, providing books, guidance, and direction. Students were honored for their achievements and potential to lead others.
- Homeless Children Helped by Special Program - Lawyers in the Erie area have teamed up with the schools to start a new program. Children in shelters are partnered with attorneys who help them in various ways through their career in schools. Additionally, every child gets a free backpack with school supplies, books, and access to a quiet place to study.
- Bear Aware - Students in one Erie School District high school shop class have a very unusual assignment this winter; to build a trap to catch wandering wild bears. When county game wardens have to catch the dangerous animals, they have to borrow hardware from a neighboring county, until a teacher and students came up with a plan to help them. What a great project that combines learning with community service!
Erie 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: Education and Voting Power
One of the most important purposes of education in the United States is to prepare students for participation in democracy. Students must be able to read, evaluate issues, and choose how they will vote as informed citizens. They learn skills and strategy to communicate their views, evaluate a candidate's position on an issue, and discern its importance. Students get to hold elections for student body associations, offering them their first chance to become active voters. This process should be highlighted to prepare students for their first opportunity to vote, which often happens during senior year.