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Euclid District and Curriculum

The curriculum for the district is Ohio’s New Learning Standards which includes the Common Core State Standards in Reading and Mathematics. Common Core State Standards are a more concise number of objectives covered with the expectation that the content will be covered in greater depth for student success in school and for college preparation and entrance into the work force.

We currently cover the following Euclid-area school district: Euclid City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Euclid District Curriculum

Mathematics standards include eight practices validated by the National Teachers of Mathematics. Teachers facilitate learning of realistic applications and students are taught to master mathematical operations, fractions, and decimals. Areas of focus are problem-solving, abstract reasoning, proofs of responses, evaluation of answers, model building, and interaction with patterns in math. All of these thinking strategies and skills help students to attain a deeper understanding of mathematical processes.

In English/Language Arts, reading in itself is not sufficient in the Common Core State Standards. Students are immersed in a variety of types of reading and seek to understand the reading by analyzing, applying, evaluating, and creating unique products based on the selections. Students are expected to synthesize the knowledge they already have with the information gleaned from the readings.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Euclid Educational News

  • Parent Information Sessions - Euclid City Schools offered parent information nights to introduce the new Ohio State Standards and allow parents to ask questions about how the new standards will affect their children. Each school scheduled a night to “Take a Bite Out of the Core” to share the Common Core Standards with parents.
  • New Elementary Schools - Euclid City Schools is investing in the future of learning by building and opening four new elementary schools this school year. The designs of these new learning environments have exceeded expectations and the school board, administrators, teachers, students and parents are all anxious for the opening of these new learning centers. In a difficult economy, the school board managed to lobby for these new building, communicating to the public the importance of education in Euclid.
  • Enhanced Reading Instruction - Not only do federal Title One dollars provide extra opportunities for reading instruction during the school year, many students receive reading tutoring during the summer months. For three hours each day, selected students receive reading tutoring in vocabulary development, comprehension skills, and reading fluency at the Euclid Child Development Center. Title One staff works with students in small groups in a few sessions each day. This valuable experience ensures that students continue to learn during the summer months, providing a firm foundation for successful reading in the Euclid City Schools.

Euclid 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: Identifying Parallelism in Writing

When looking at lists in writing or reading selections, the items in a list should be in parallel form or the same form. In a list, sentences should begin the same way. In addition, comparisons should be in the same format. One type of parallelism could be in a list of objectives. To use parallel form, the objectives should all begin with a verb or with a noun. For example, Incorrect Example: At the mall, Sally likes to stop by kiosks, visit her favorite stores, and meeting up with her friends. Corrected Version: At the mall, Sally likes to stop by kiosks, visit her favorite stores, and meet up with her friends.

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