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  • Welcome to the Curriculum and Instruction Homepage

    The Eastchester School District is committed to academic excellence while providing an educational experience that supports the development of a student's emotional, social, athletic, and civic self.  The District takes great pride in its outstanding instructional programs, talented and hardworking educators, support staff and administrators, and dedication to the children of our community. Our administrators, teachers, and staff put forth unwavering efforts to ensure that all children achieve academic, social, and emotional success during their time in our district.

    Ultimately, all aspects of the Eastchester School District collaborate to support and advance the mission, "to provide a quality education in a safe, stable, and secure environment that fosters mutual respect, promotes the uniqueness of the individual, provides opportunities for student successes, and guides all students intellectually, emotionally, physically and socially."

    This office oversees all aspects of curriculum and instruction, local and state assessments, professional learning, instructional data and technology, state and federal grants, the oversight of all instructional personnel, and the District wellness initiative.

  • District Curriculum Information

    Please click the links below to view the Elementary Curriculum Guides, Middle School Program of Studies and the High School Course Catalog.

    Waverly Curriculum Guide

    Anne Hutchinson/Greenvale Curriculum Guide

    Middle School Program of Studies

    High School Course Catalog

    Please click the following link to view the District AIS/RtI Plan

    Please click the following link to view the District Library Policies

  • Standards and Assessments

    Click the links below to access the New York State Standards in each of the different subject areas.

    English Language Arts



    Social Studies

    Fine Arts

    Physical Education/Health

    World Languages

    New York State Assessment System

    New York State provides a comprehensive assessment system. Students are tested in English Language Arts and mathematics in grades 3 through 8, and in science in grades 4 and 8. High school Regents exams are provided in math and science in grade 8, and at the high school level. 

    Additional information on the state assessment system can be found by clicking on the following link:

    NYS Office of State Assessment website

  • Professional Learning

    The District's Professional Development Plan was developed by a committee of teachers and administrators to offer a diverse array of opportunities for professional learning that are aligned with the District goals and initiatives.

    Click here to view the EUFSD Professional Development Plan for 2019-2020

  • Eastchester APPR Plan

    The process for teacher evaluation is an agreement between the District, the Eastchester Teachers Association and the Eastchester Administrators Association.  These three groups work collaboratively to review and revise the evaluation system as needed. While many aspects of the evaluation requirements are mandated by the NYS Education Department, the District strives to create structures and systems that allow for the ongoing exchange of ideas between administrators and teachers. The following documents provide you with detailed information on the District's teacher and administrator evaluation systems.

    Click here to access the District's APPR Plan

    Click here to view the Charlotte Danielson 2011 Rubric (used to evaluate teachers)

    Click here to view the Multidimensional Principal Performance Rubric (used to evaluate principals)

  • Tri-State Consortium

    The Eastchester School District is a member of the Tri-State Consortium.  The Tri-State Consortium is a "dynamic learning organization of public school districts that values systems thinking as the foundation for continuous improvement. The Consortium assists its member districts in using quantitative and qualitative data to enhance student performance and to build a rigorous framework for planning, assessment, and systemic change. Collaborating as colleagues and critical friends, Consortium members apply the standards of the Tri-State model to benchmark member districts' progress in advancing teaching and learning."

    During the 2017-2018 school year, the District participated in hosting a visitation team from neighboring school districts to assist in the District's desire to examine its homework practices.  Click the link below to read the report provided to the District regarding the findings of the visitation team.

    2018 Tri-State Visitation Team Report - Homework

  • Dignity for All Students Act

    The EUFSD Board of Education recognizes that a learning environment that is safe and supportive can increase student attendance and improve academic achievement. A student’s ability to learn and achieve high academic standards, and a school’s ability to educate students, is compromised by incidents of discrimination or harassment, including but not limited to bullying, taunting, hazing and intimidation. The District will strive to create an environment free of discrimination and harassment and will foster civility in the schools to prevent and prohibit conduct which is inconsistent with the District’s educational mission.

    The District condemns and prohibits all forms of discrimination and harassment of students based on actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender or sex by school employees or students on school property or at school-sponsored events and activities that take place on or off of school property. In addition, any act of discrimination or harassment outside of school-sponsored events which can reasonably be expected to materially and substantially disrupt the educational process may be subject to discipline.

    For immediate support on matters related to the Dignity Act, please contact:

    Coordinator E-mail
    District Kristen Shearer 914-793-6130, x4306
    Waverly School                     
    Mari Doyle                           
    914-793-6130, x5502                
    Anne Hutchinson School
    Annette Keane 914-793-6130, x5102  
    Greenvale School
    Darrell Stinchcomb  914-793-6130, x5302   
    Eastchester Middle School
    Madelin LoBue 914-793-6130, x4443  
    Eastchester High School
    Guiseppe DiMaio  914-793-6130, x4224  

    To report a DASA incident, please complete this form and send to Dignity Act Coordinator at the appropriate school.

    For additional information about the Dignity Act, please click here.

    Independent of the Dignity Act, if you suspect a child has been a victim of child abuse you may visit or call 1-800-342-3720.  Additional information and resources can be found by visiting the New York State Office of Children and Family Services at

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  • SAT/ACT Prep

    Preparing for the SAT/ACT/PSAT/PLAN? 
     Be sure to visit and click on the Method Test Prep link. 
     Every EHS student has a unique username and password.
  • Federal Title Grant Information

    Under ESSA, districts are provided funding for professional development and various programs to support students in poverty, English language learners, and immigrant students.  The EUFSD receives funding under Title IA, Title IIA, Title III - ELL, Title III - IMM and Title IVA.  Students in Title IA programs are taught by certified teachers whose qualification can be made available upon request. 

    Parental Right to Know Letter

    Title I Complaint Procedure

    Title I Principal Attestation Letter

  • District Emergency Response Plan

    Safety and security are a top priority for the Eastchester School District.  Beginning in 2017, the District hired the Altaris Consulting Group to assist with the revision of safety plans and provide training in emergency management and planning.  Each individual school building has up to date emergency response plans and trains throughout the school year in both proactive and preventative measures to keep all members of the school community safe.

    Click here to view the 2019-2020 Eastchester School District Emergency Response Plan

    Each year, the new District Emergency Response Plan will be posted for public comment for 30 days before adoption by the Board of Education.  All public comments about the plan should be sent to

    Scott Wynne, Assistant Superintendent at

    Available below is the Parent Safety Brochure:

    Click here to view the Parent Safety Brochure