Durand-Eastman Intermediate School

Durand-Eastman Intermediate School
  • Phone (585) 339-1350
    Fax: (585) 339-1359
    95 Point Pleasant Road

    Rochester, NY 14622

    Secretaries: Stephanie Fien/Sarah Figler
    School Nurse: Hae-Jeon Abbott/ 339-1354
    School hours: 8:40 am - 3:15 pm
    Main Office: 339-1350
    NEW Attendance Line:  339-1352

    School Counselor: Jeff Jasak 339-1360

    Dignity for All Students Act Coordinator: Jeff Jasak 339-1360

    School Psychologist: Dan Cathron 339-1357

    Speech Therapist: MaryJo Daughton 339-1365

     

     


    Grade Level Leaders
    Grade 3: Jill Duquette
    Grade 4: Susan Westcott
    Grade 5: Nicole Charles

    PYP Coordinator: Katie VanEps


     

    Our Mission
    Durand-Eastman strives to build a community of
    life-long learners who are creative and critical thinkers.  We recognize that we have a responsibility to care for ourselves, each other, and the world around us.

     

Message from the Principal

  • Tim Roach-Durand-Eastman Principal

    Dear DE Families:

    Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year!  The Faculty and Staff here at DE are excited to start another year with your children.  We have several initiatives that we are proud of.  Our PYP (Primary Years Program) through the International Baccalaureate Programme allows us to focus on inquiry, while creating global citizens.  Our PBIS (Positive Behavior Internention Support) focuses on reinforcing positive behaviors, while also creating a culture of good citizenship.  Our staff has been busy all summer planning things like PYP, PBIS, as well as writing curriculum.  Despite what folks believe, teachers are working year-round!  After being in this building for a year now, I can honestly say I have yet to meet a more dedicated group of professionals.  Your students are lucky!

    We will have several areas of focus this year that we will consistently reinforce with our students.  Those areas include getting students to understand the "Why" of school and "expected behaviors for different settings."  We want kids to understand that success in school will help set them up for success later in life, and we want to start to have those conversations about college and careers.  It is never too early!  We also want to explicitly help students identify expected behaviors in various settings.  For example, there are different ways students are expected behave on the playground versus the classroom versus the cafeteria, or even a restaurant.  Helping kids see those differences can lead to great success in all aspects of their lives.  Please help us by having these conversations at home too.

    Here at DE we pride ourselves on having an open-door policy, so do not hesitate to contact me or your child's teacher.  Our goal, always, is to increase home-school communication!

    Best wishes for a successful 2018-2019 school year!

      

    Tim Roach-Durand Eastman Principal