Edward J. Arthur Elementary School is located at 51 Third Street Athens, NY. This public school is situated in the Coxsackie-Athens Central School District and provides education opportunities for students in grades K through 4 for residents of Coxsackie New York, in Greene County. Edward J. Arthur is proud to introduce you to the school community in the riverfront village of Athens. EJA is a full day kindergarten through fourth grade elementary building. The goal is to always do what is best for our students to promote a safe and positive learning environment. At EJA, kids come first.
The most important elements of its elementary program are, of course, the classroom instruction delivered by your child’s teacher. Edward J. Arthur’s well developed curriculum focuses on language arts, math, social studies and sciences that correlate the New York State learning standards with our own high expectations.
They also have art, music, physical education, and library classes that all of our students participate in. The technology at E.J.A. is second to none. Our computer lab is equipped with the latest equipment and our software includes dozens of well developed educational programs. Edward J. Arthur deploys SMART Board technology that is cutting edge. The cafeteria/auditorium is equipped with the latest in presentation equipment for both educational and entertainment purposes.
Students, teachers, staff and parents working together, in and out of the classroom, is the key to achieving excellence. It’s the belief that for students to be successful, parents and teachers need to work closely together and keep communications open. The staff works hard to prepare students academically, socially, and emotionally for their future.
Edward J. Arthur Elementary SchoolCoxsackie-Athens Central School District
51 Third Street
Athens, NY 12015
Rural, outside CBSA (Rural: Fringe)
Serving Grades: K-4, UE
Principal: Paul SnyderCompare to nearby schools »
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