• 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.


    Please click here to read the 2018-2019 Curriculum & Instruction goals for the EUFSD.


    Scott Wynne
    Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction
    914-793-6130, x4201
    swynne@eastchester.k12.ny.us


    Office of Curriculum and Instruction

    Mrs. Susan Chester
    K-12 Director of Humanities
    914-793-6130, x
    schester@eastchester.k12.ny.us
     Mrs. Anna DiLegge
    Administrative Assistant to Mr. Wynne
    914-793-6130, x4201
    adilegge@eastchester.k12.ny.us


  • 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:


    School
    Coordinator E-mail
    Phone
    District Scott Wynne swynne@eastchester.k12.ny.us 914-793-6130, x4201
    Waverly School                     
    Mari Doyle                          
    mdoyle@eastchester.k12.ny.us              
    914-793-6130, x5502                
    Anne Hutchinson School
    Annette Keane
    akeane@eastchester.k12.ny.us  914-793-6130, x5102  
    Greenvale School
    Darrell Stinchcomb
    dstinchcomb@eastchester.k12.ny.us  914-793-6130, x5302   
    Eastchester Middle School
    Madelin LoBue
    mlobue@eastchester.k12.ny.us  914-793-6130, x4443  
    Eastchester High School
    Guiseppe DiMaio
    gdimaio@eastchester.k12.ny.us  914-793-6130, x4224  

    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 https://www.childhelp.org/hotline/ 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 http://ocfs.ny.gov/main/