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Arcadia District and Curriculum
Arcadia, New York, is located within the Williamson Central School District. The district operates one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school. It has a total enrollment of more than 1,300 students. Arcadia schools’ curricula for all core and elective classes, including theatre, art, and social studies, are based on the Common Core State Standards and New York State Learning Standards. Students also have opportunities to pursue career education at local BOCES centers.
We currently cover the following Arcadia-area school district: Williamson Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Arcadia District Curriculum
Arcadia schools’ English Language Arts curriculum is based on standards that require students to develop literacy skills that they can apply in all subject areas. One of the most important strategies for elementary students deals with making connections to the text they are reading. When students can find similarities between the text and themselves or their own experiences, comprehension of what is being read is increased exponentially. Students will use the strategy of determining which information is important in all subjects, especially when studying for assessments or taking notes.
Arcadia schools’ math curriculum is based on standards that require students to develop fundamental mathematics skills that they can use to solve classroom and real world problems. These fundamental skills include, but are not limited to, numeracy and precise operational abilities, knowledge of computation tools, problem modeling, and reasoning.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Arcadia Educational News
- Captains & Sailors Race - The Williamson High School French club and cross-country team are working together to host their annual Captains & Sailors 5K Run/Walk Race. The race will take place at Forman Park.
- Annual Jazz In the Park - Jazz bands from local High Schools will take part in the annual Jazz In the Park concert in Putney. Among those bands will be the Williamson High School jazz band. Proceeds from the concert will go to Honor Flight Rochester.
- Reading Challenge - Williamson Elementary School teacher Mrs. Juliano and Mrs. Sharp have created a Reading Challenge for Williamson Elementary’s older readers. The challenge encourages readers to think deeply about what they are reading. Among other things, it asks them to makes lists of songs that characters from books might like, design postcards based on a location from a book, and design a greeting card from the point of view of a character in a book.
Arcadia Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: The Common Core Standards
The Common Core Standards (CCS) are a single set of English Language Arts (ELA) and math standards that were developed and are shared by most states in the U.S. States developed the CCS in an effort to create a uniform approach to ELA and math education. Before the CCS each state had its own standards. Some states had well-designed standards. Some states had poorly-designed standards. This made it hard to gauge how well U.S. student were performing. It also made it hard for students to move from state to state. Some students would find that they were behind in their education when they moved from states with poorly-designed standards to states with well-designed standards. As yet, the CCS are not perfect, but they are starting to fix past education problems.