Elkhart Community Schools
📢 Did You Know
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At ECS, we focus on the SIOP model of instruction. It is a research-based instrcitonal model that has proven to help support the needs of our EL students.
Accessibility is the backbone of everything we do at Elkhart Community Schools. When we embrace All Means All, we can better meet the needs of all of our students.
eLearning days are built into our calendar as a means for teachers to collaborate in ways that they are unable to do throughout a typical day. Here you can find resources on how to best support your students on eLearning days.
MTSS is a needs-based, building-level process that provides evidence-based and data driven, tiered academic, behavioral, and social-emotional interventions.
Math Expressions is the math curriculum for our K-6 classrooms. Explore the page above to see our curated content and resources.
Savvas is the literacy and social studies curriculum for our K-6 classrooms. Explore the page above to see our curated content and resources
Math Techbook is the district-supported, middle school aligned, math curriculum. It can be found within Discovery Education.
If you need resources for K-6 computer science, look no further. This page is filled with Seesaw lessons that are aligned to the K-6 Computer Science Indiana Academic Standards.
Looking for more resources for literacy? Bookmark the literacy website for more resources and information.
The science committee works diligently to curate the science resources available for Elkhart elementary schools.
Elementary Math Coach
Dyslexia / NWEA Coordinator
Schedule time with your coaches by clicking their booking calendar.
(For Elkhart Teachers)
Tap to access published versions of the Instructional Tech newsletter, "Tech This Out!"