The Common Core - What is it?
Dear Parents and Families,
Welcome to our academic and curriculum resources web portal. You will find general information on the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) in New York State and specific information for the Auburn Enlarged City School District. A team of educators from the district developed these resources for parents of elementary school students across the district. We want to partner with you to support the education of your child or children. Please refer to the links on the side for specific grade level resources that you can use to support learning at home.
Leela J. George
Assistant Superintendent for Instruction and Curriculum
Auburn Enlarged City School District Programs
Superkids is a comprehensive core reading program for K-2. Superkids is completely aligned to the Common Core State Standards, built on systematic phonics, balances all five essential elements of reading, integrates reading, writing, spelling, and grammar and combines rigor with fun! Check out the Superkids website for more information!
The New York State Education Department has released curriculum modules aligned to the Common Core Learning Standards and Auburn is using these English Language Arts Modules in grades 3-5. You can get more information on the modules at Engage NY.
For grades 6-8 English Language Arts, Auburn is using the SpringBoard Program that was developed by the College Board to be aligned with the Common Core Learning Standards. Check out the web site for more information on SpringBoard.
My Math is the McGraw Hill Mathematics program that is aligned to the Common Core Learning Standards that is being used in Auburn in grades PreK-5. You can learn more at the My Math website.
Glencoe Math is the McGraw Hill Mathematics program that is aligned to the My Math program in K-5 and to the Common Core Learning Standards. Glencoe mathematics is being used in Auburn in grade 6. To read more about this resource go to Glencoe Math.
Click on My Math icon below to locate your child's school:
Still have questions?
Email Leela George, Assistant Superintendent of Instruction