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Bethlehem, New York Tutoring Programs
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Bethlehem District and Curriculum
Bethlehem, New York, is located within the Bethlehem Central School District. The district is made up of six elementary schools, one middle school, and a high school that was recently named one of “America’s Best High Schools” by Newsweek. Bethlehem’s curricula in all other classes, including the arts, social studies, and science, are based on the New York State Learning standards, which the state of New York adopted in 1996 and revised in 2005.
We currently cover the following Bethlehem-area school district: Bethlehem Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bethlehem District Curriculum
Bethlehem’s English Language Arts curriculum is based on a set of internationally benchmarked standards that have been approved by the state of New York. The goal of the curriculum is to create students who possess highly developed reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language skills. Bethlehem’s students read widely in fiction and non-fiction texts, and are expected to interact with those texts in ways that enlarge their personal experiences and expands their worldviews.
Bethlehem’s math curriculum is also based on a set of internationally benchmarked standards that have been approved by the state of New York. The goal of the curriculum is to develop in students a foundational knowledge of core mathematics concepts. Students learn these concepts in the early grades and then further refine and develop their understanding of them as the move up through subsequent grades.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bethlehem Educational News
- Hoops for Hearts Program - The American Heart Association presented Glenmont Elementary School teacher Laurie Nolan with a $250 gift card in recognition for her work to raise over $300,000 dollars for the associations Hoops for Hearts program. Ms. Nolan will put the money back into the school, using it to support physical education programs.
- Wax Museum Program - Over 90 Slingerland Elementary School students took part in the school’s annual Wax Museum program. The students dressed as historical figures and delivered speeches about the figures’ live to attendees. The event raised $400 for the Marillac Family Shelter.
- Grammy-Winner Visits Bethlehem - A Grammy winner visited a Bethlehem school. David Alan Miller, a recent Grammy winner and one of the foremost conductors in the country, visited Eagle Elementary. Mr. Miller spent his afternoon visit educating students about classical music and entertaining them with musical performances.
Bethlehem 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: When Things Just Don’t Work Out
People fail. It happens all the time. As adults, we understand this because we have failed and bounced back from our failures more times than we can count. That is not so for children. They are still new to failure and it can be a real hurdle for a young child to overcome. That it why lost successes hit them so hard. New students often become flustered and frustrated when dealing with problems that seems small to us but big to them. If your child is having problems reading, writing, drawing, or making friends, tell him or her about times in which you were less than successful. Share your experiences of failure and let your child know how you got past them. By modeling the ability to get past failure, you will set an example that your child can follow for the rest of his or her life.