Registration for 2021-2022 is Open: The district is now accepting new student registrations for the 2021-2022 school year. For kindergarten, or any other grades, please visit our registration website for details. A special welcome to our incoming Class of 2034 (kdg) students!
This only applies to new students who are not currently enrolled as a student in our district. If your child is already enrolled in the district, there is no need to re-register.
If you have questions, please contact our registration office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 814-231-1017.
Spirit Day-Our Spirit Day this Friday, Jan. 22nd, is EP Mustache Day! Students are encouraged to wear a mustache and join in the EP Spirit Day fun!
This coming Sunday at 2PM, the Virtual Scientist team is hosting a free live webinar where they will be discussing the wonders of ICE (very relevant right now!! ). Come make ice cream and go ice fishing with us as we explain the chemical interactions between salt and ice! These demos are directed towards parents and teachers so that teaching from home can be a little bit easier and much more fun during these difficult times. Go to: https://sites.psu.edu/chemgsc/virtual-scientist
Easterly Parkway Read-A-Thon to Be Held January 19-25:
All students are encouraged to take part in the Read-A-Thon, where students can earn hot chocolate and a book for reading 20 minutes a day and extra points for reading books in different categories. The class with the most participation and the greatest number of points can win an extra gym or art class. Details can be found here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1BQk9VuXHt15IIBnRa8RdZJ7hYTpqsm6fUGPB-1jDpvQ/edit. Contact Jaimie Wright with questions at: email@example.com.
Innovative playgrounds were introduced this year at Corl Street, Radio Park and Spring Creek elementary schools, the district’s newest buildings. “I love the new playground,” Radio Park student Benjamin Herickhoff says. “There are so many fun things to do.”
Last spring, Jack Lyke launched his latest course, Aquaponics and Sustainability, with seven students operating two systems. In 300-gallon tanks, they raised tilapia fingerlings to grow lettuce, which they sold to faculty and staff.
Andrés Aradillas-Fernández composed 20 fairy tales in German for his self-published collection translated as “Talking Mountains.” Available through Amazon, his work was inspired by an Advanced German 4 class project.
Dr. Ben Mordan, the new CTC director, takes over a popular program that intends to keep rising. This year, 1,331 students in grades 9-12 are enrolled in a CTC or technology education class, representing 56 percent of the State High population.
Easterly Parkway Elementary School
Home of the Eagles!
234 Easterly Parkway
State College, PA 16801
Safe at School (SAS) Line: 814-231-1171
Fax: 814-272-8261School Hours: 8:10 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.At Easterly Parkway we:Show KindnessOwn our ActionsAct Safely andRespect EveryoneDanielle Yoder, Principal, firstname.lastname@example.org
Roxann Gill, Secretary, email@example.com
Dawn Gregory, Attendance Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org