Curriculum
Edgelea Elementary provides a comprehensive curriculum for elementary students. Edgelea emphasizes classroom instruction in essential skills and knowledge, as well as opportunities for students to explore their individual interests and develop talents.

Curriculum K-4
The Kindergarten curriculum shall include developmental activities in the following areas:
1.     Language experiences, including oral, listening, and visual activities.
2.     Creative experiences, including music, dramatics, movement, arts, and crafts.
3.     Personal growth experiences, including motor skills development, health safety, nutrition, and self-concept development.
4.     Social living experiences.
5.     Environmental and science experiences.
6.     Mathematical experiences through manipulatives.
The curriculum for Grades 1-3 shall include the following curricular areas:
1.     Language Arts with 90-minute reading block
2.     Mathematics
3.     Social Studies/Citizenship
4.     Science
5.     Fine Arts
6.     Motor Skills Development and Health/Safety Education
7.     Physical Education
The curriculum in Grade 4 shall include the following curricular areas:
1.     Language Arts with 90-minute reading block
2.     Mathematics
3.     Social Studies/Citizenship
4.     Science
5.     Fine Arts
6.     Health & Safety Education
7.     Physical Education
In all grades, classes may schedule time either for additional experiences in any of the areas listed or for instruction in curriculum areas such as foreign language, creative experiences, practical arts, or computer education.
Special programs available at Edgelea Elementary School include:
  • High Ability Program - a self-contained classroom in each of grades K-4 for identified academically gifted students
  • Student of the Month- principal recognizes students throughout the year for various accomplishments and positive character traits.
Certified specialists provide services in the areas of:
·        Speech and Hearing
·        Health Services
·        Visual Arts
·        Music
·        Physical Education
·        Counseling Services
·        Library Science
Special Education classes for:
  • Children with Mild Disabilities (LD/MIMH)
  • Children with Communication Disorders (CD)
  • Children with Hearing Impairments