Budget Vote and Board Election

The East Greenbush CSD Budget Vote and Board Election is scheduled for Tuesday, May 18. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Bell Top, Donald P. Sutherland, Green Meadow and Goff. Please be advised that school parking lots will be busy due to school buses and parent pickup and drop off at the following times: Bell Top, DPS and Green Meadow (8:45-9:00 a.m. and 3:20-3:35 p.m.) and Goff (7:25-7:40 a.m. and 2:35-2:50 p.m.). Residents can also vote by absentee ballot. An absentee ballot application is required. Visit egcsd.org/budget for more info.

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Curriculum Mapping

The East Greenbush Central School District has been engaged in the Curriculum Mapping Process since February of 2017.

This initiative supports the East Greenbush Central School District’s Goal #1:

  • Maintaining Academic Excellence
    • Maintain all East Greenbush Schools as Schools in Good Standing as designated by the New York State Education Department, by ensuring that there is a cohesive curriculum across grades K-5 and a cyclical review of all course work to prepare all students to graduate College or Career ready
    • Implement revised math and ELA Common Core Learning Standards

The mapping process has involved Kindergarten through Grade 5 teachers from all five of our elementary buildings.  The goal has been centered on developing a cohesive K-5 curriculum which is aligned to state learning standards in order to increase consistency in the instructional delivery, K-5 district-wide.

This process has included efforts to:

  • Identify and address the priority and supporting standards at each grade level
  • Identify and address any instructional gaps that may currently exist based on reliable data
  • Develop common benchmark assessments in both ELA and Mathematics for all grades K-5 to be used strictly for instructional decision-making

The K-5 Curriculum Mapping Process will continue throughout the fall of 2017 ensure:

  • Vertical and horizontal alignment of instruction
  • Appropriate Grade Level rigor
  • The development/articulation:
    • Differentiation Strategies
      • Additional Supports
      • Enrichment
    • Intervention Strategies
    • Specially Designed Instruction for Special Education Students
    • Strategies for English Language Learners
  • Enhanced integration of:
    • Writing
    • 21st Century Learning Skills
    • Interdisciplinary Connections