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Aurora District and Curriculum

Aurora, New York, is located within the boundaries of the Southern Cayuga Central School District. The district operates one elementary school, and a combined junior/senior high school. Instruction in all other Aurora classes, including music, social studies, and science, is based on the New York State Learning Standards. High expectations, community service and outreach, character education initiatives, and certified teachers are the foundation for success for all students.

We currently cover the following Aurora-area school district: Southern Cayuga Central School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Aurora District Curriculum

Instruction in Southern Cayuga CSD English Language Arts classes is based on standards that help students develop important literacy, communication, and analysis skills. Among these skills are reading closely, recognizing an author’s point of view, researching texts, textual criticism, and verbal and written communication. These skills are further aligned to the writing curriculum which requires students to use their developing reading skills in real applications.

Instruction in Southern Cayuga CSD math classes is based on standards that focus on the major topics of numeracy and operations, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. Mathematic literacy and the ability to communicate math thought and to perform mental math are goals of the curriculum. Students are also taught how to select the best computational tool and to attend to precision in problem-solving.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Aurora Educational News

  • State Testing Resources - Southern Cayuga Junior and Senior High School students will soon take annual state tests. Taking this into consideration, the Southern Cayuga faculty has put together a set of testing strategies for students. Faculty members suggest that students answer the easiest questions first, underline key words, and read all options before answering questions.
  • 8th Graders Visit College - Southern Cayuga 8th graders recently visited Wells College. The purpose of the visit was to teach student about the realities of college life. While at Wells College, students toured the campus, ate in the dining hall, and visited the Bursar’s office.
  • Anne Frank Tree Project - The Anne Frank Tree Project is an innovative reading program for young students that incorporates the environmental goal of planing trees as well. The two activities help students understand great things about planting a healthy seed and watching it grow./li>

Aurora 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: Districts' Technology Budgets

It is time for school district to make better decisions about their education technology purchases. They can start by making those decisions based on student needs, not on what other schools have and what technology sales representatives tell them they should have. Sure, spending enough money to provide every single student with a laptop or tablet will impress lots of parents and people from other school districts; however, providing students with that many technological devices does not accurately reflect what is going on in today’s classes. Yes, students use computers, but they spend most of their time at their desks taking part in teachers’ lessons, reading books, or working with pen and paper. If that is the case, why spend millions of dollars on devices that are going to collect dust? That money could go to rebuilding infrastructure, improving lunches, and field trips.