At the September 12, 2017 Board Meeting, the Board of Trustees declared the following ELA (English Language Arts) and Mathematics textbooks, teacher guides and supplementary materials old, obsolete, and/or unusable and gave approval for the disposal of said materials in accordance with the legal requirements of Education Code 60510, 60511, and 60530. These materials will be replaced by textbooks and instructional materials recently adopted at the last June 2017 Board Meeting.
If you have any questions, or are interested in these materials, please contact our Curriculum and Instruction Office at 916-774-1203 or email email@example.com .Please refer to the attached document.
All teacher and student accounts are now set up for Amplify, our new Core Digital Program for English Language Arts, Grades 6-8.
Teacher Login Instructions:
EUSD’s adoption of History-Social Science materials was found to be challenging because of the breadth of quality materials available at the time. Consequently, the district ended up with four series which best fit the grades for which they are utilized. Kindergarten-3rd use Scott Foresman’s History-Social Science, 4th and 5th grades utilize Houghton Mifflin’s History-Social Science California and US, 6th and 7th use Holt’s World History Ancient Civilizations and Medieval to Early Modern Times respectively, and 8th graders use the History Alive! series offered by the TCI company. Whenever appropriate, our teachers have integrated beautiful literature and authentic first-person narratives within the study of HSS.
Physical Education is critical to a child’s well being and academic growth. As a student exerts him/herself physically the brain is more open to the learning process. Therefore PE is offered to all grade levels on all campuses. Qualified staff lead a variety of activities to strengthen young bodies and expose students to new sports and skills. Team building skills and enhanced cooperation are important side benefits of all our physical education programs.