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Catskill District and Curriculum

The Catskill Central School District (CCSD) provides residents in the Town and Village of Catskill with education from Pre K through grade twelve. The CCSD has designed its curriculum to meet the New York State Education Department’s (NYSED) standards, along with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) guidelines. These benchmarks include improvements in core academic instruction, particularly the English language arts and mathematics curricula.

We currently cover the following Catskill-area school district: Catskill Central School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Catskill District Curriculum

The district’s preschool and elementary curriculum gives students a foundation in English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, art, music, and physical education. Catskill Elementary School (CES) also provides students with courses in special education, character development, and guidance. CES staff focuses on literacy in all subjects. The secondary curriculum offers students courses with increasing rigor, as well as many elective options.

Both the middle and high school curricula provide students with challenging coursework in core academics to prepare students for post-secondary goals. Also important to adolescence is the ability to explore various fields of interest. Course offerings for Catskill Middle School (CMS) schools include the following subjects: English language arts, science, mathematics, social studies, foreign languages, physical education, music, and art. Catskill High School students have access to many more specialized options in the same subject areas, as well as career and technical education.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Catskill Educational News

  • Catskill Schools Receive Aid from Annual Holiday Festival - The 19th Festival of Trees is underway, and with it, charitable giving to many Catskill community locations. Hosted by the Fortnightly Club, the festival’s proceeds raise approximately $20,000 during this and one other event. The Catskill Central School District receives some of the funds from this charitable event.
  • Catskill High Students Host Veterans Event - Catskill High School hosted the 61st annual Veterans’ Day Assembly to recognize military men and women. The concert included a guest speaker, as well as musical medleys to honor all veteran guests.
  • Catskill Senior Receives Recognition for Athletics and Academics - A Catskill varsity basketball player earned recognition as the 2014 Section II Scholar-Athlete for basketball. Along with a stellar athletic and academic career, the student volunteers much of her time to serving her community.

Catskill 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 Importance of English Language Arts’ Many Components

As new states adopt and commit to the Common Core State Standards, students will receive more rigorous instruction and assessment in the English Language Arts (ELA). ELA relates to more than reading and writing; it is at the core of all academic disciplines. Literacy that matters in classroom instruction includes reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Parents and teachers should encourage students to speak by asking questions and having an open dialogue with them. Students should also be encouraged to communicate verbally through group and classroom discussions. Listening is the other component to speaking. Parents and teachers can help children practice listening by modeling and using visual cues (i.e., holding up a hand). Other means of communication include writing and reading. As with speaking and listening, writing and reading are important tools for a literate person. From their first creation of letters to writing compositions, students learn how to communicate with others through this method.