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Buffalo District and Curriculum
Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools is responsible for the public education of students in preschool through high school in the community of Buffalo. The district includes six elementary schools, one middle school, one traditional high school, and an alternative high school. These schools provide the district’s 5,800 students with engaging environments in which to learn, grow, and develop. The primary goal of Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools is to prepare students for success in a rapidly changing world. To accomplish this mission, the district has developed innovative curricula that challenge students to achieve, learn new academic skills, and develop a pathway towards higher education or a career.
We currently cover the following Buffalo-area school district: Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Buffalo District Curriculum
The elementary English language arts curriculum in Buffalo helps students devise an understanding of conventions. Students learn about the most frequently used nouns and verbs, and develop the ability to distinguish between them. Common prepositions, such as of, from, about, in, and out are explored as well. Children also learn how to pluralize common words. Past, present, and future tenses of verbs are presented, with students learning how to use each in the appropriate context.
Middle school students in Buffalo develop a deeper understanding of numbers and operations as part of the math curriculum. Ratios and fractions are introduced, with learners developing the ability to solve problems involving ratios and rates. Multiplication and division of fractions and decimals is undertaken as well, and learners work on proficiency in understanding inverse relationships. Students learn how to solve problems with decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers, while also learning how to represent the relationship between two numbers using graphs, tables, and fraction rules.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Buffalo Educational News
- Students Earns ACT Perfection - A student at Buffalo High School, recently earned a perfect score on the ACT test. His feat is one that less than one-tenth of one percent of test takers achieve. The ACT tests student knowledge on the content learned in all subjects during high school in history/social studies, math, science, and literature and writing.
- Elementary Construction Begins - A construction project to enhance the security at Hanover Elementary recently began. The new entry will be equipped with cameras and door entry systems that add to the security of the school. Although the children may not notice a big difference, families are sure to feel more secure.
- Community Participates in Backpack Buddies Program - Participants in the wRight Choice Program work with local businesses and organizations to provide school supplies to needy local students. Each year, the program provides backpacks and school supplies to approximately 300 students. This is a great organization for parents and their children to volunteer at together.
Buffalo 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: America’s Race to Catch Up
For years, American students have lagged behind international students in terms of their academic performance. Educational experts point to several areas in which American students must make up ground if they are to be successful in an increasingly globalized and competitive world. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are noted as being the most important areas of improvement. Fortunately, new standards such as the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards, along with an increased emphasis on STEM studies, is helping American students develop these skills. Instead of learning the one right answer to a question, these new, advanced curricula challenge students to think, explore, and develop a comfort level with complex tasks. This, in turn, will help American students close the gap between themselves and the rest of the world.