About Our School Council
In accordance with the Educational Reform Act of 1993, Center School has an established school council. The Center School Council consists of parents, teachers, a community member, and the principal. The Center School Council sets yearly goals for the school, identifies needs of the students attending the school, reviews the annual budget, and formulates the school improvement plan. Working with the principal, members of the council ensure that the focus of the annual school improvement plan reflects the vision of both the Easton Public Schools and the Center School and that it is in alignment with the Easton Public Schools Strategic Planning Goals.
Center School Council worked in collaboration with the Moreau Hall and Parkview School Councils to develop a shared School Improvement Plan for the early elementary schools of Easton. Our 3 schools will continue to work together to ensure every PK–2 student in the Easton Public Schools enjoys a consistent, calibrated educational experience.
The following are the 2018-2019 Center School goals as stated in our School Improvement Plan
GOAL 1: During the 2018-2019 school year, the PK-2 schools will implement consistent Social Emotional Learning standards and increase staff knowledge and instructional skills to support Social Emotional Learning.
GOAL 2: During the 2018-2019 school year, the PK-2 schools will continue to find opportunities to work collaboratively to ensure consistency of the educational experience across the three schools. We will develop grade level homework guidelines across the district.
GOAL 3: During the 2018-2019 school year, the K-2 teachers will complete all stages of Math and ELA curriculum units.
Please, let us know how we are doing!
We value your input on all facets of life at Center School and invite you to share information about Center School’s strengths and to suggest ways in which we can improve.
Center School Council Meetings are held monthly.
Ann Weintrob, principal, co- chair
Karen Lund, teacher, co-chair
Sara Biondo, teacher
Jessica Zimmerman, parent
Rodolfo Sotelo, parent
Janet Brown, community representative, North Easton Saving Bank