PA Department of Education Links
Overview of NCLB
What NCLB means for Pennsylvania?
US Department of Education Links
Frequently Asked Questions
Accountability: Questions and answers on school report cards, state report cards, adequate yearly progress and other issues
Resource Links
The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, offers health and education information
The Partnership for Family Involvement in Education, offers tips for getting involved in your child's school
Homework tips for Parents
Tips For Parents: 35 Things You Can Do to Help Your Children Succeed in School
2003-2004-Please note that the report cards are in Adobe PDF format which can be viewed using Adobe Reader. Please visit to download this free application.
Alburtis Elementary
Emmaus High School
Eyer Middle School
Jefferson Elementary
King's Highway Elementary
Lincoln Elementary
Lower Macungie Elementary
Lower Macungie Middle School
Macungie Elementary
Shoemaker Elementary
Wescosville Elementary


Contact Information
Dr. Denise Torma
Director of Research and Evaluation
800 Pine Street
Emmaus, PA 18049
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NCLB Report Cards
District Report Card (2003-2004) NEW
School Report Cards
State Report Cards
Letter from Superintendent
State Report Cards
District Report Card (9/21/04)
School Report Cards 03-04
Parent Information Links
General Information for Parents
The Achiever, a newsletter featuring events and resources related to NCLB
A Parent's Guide; Summarizes NCLB, answers questions about the law, and tells what it means for parents
Adequate Yearly Progress
What is a Persistently Dangerous School?
TV Program, "Education New Parents Can Use" (Link)