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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Centereach District Curriculum
Secondary courses are organized by levels based on students’ skills, needs, and interests. Centereach High School offers career education services in business and marketing, cosmetology, technology, general work experience, and family and consumer sciences. The district has developed instructional goals for reviewing the math and science curricula so that it enhances both rigor and applicability. To the largest extent possible, the learning expectations should meet students’ real life needs as well as prepare students for advanced study in these fields.
The following aspects of the science curriculum will be reviewed for the elementary level: Lego engineering, robotics courses, more curricular units incorporating STEM, ongoing STEM experiences with STEM partners, the use of outdoor classrooms, etc. In elementary math, the focus areas are continuing improvement on Common Core Standards concepts, capacity building professional development, and parent engagement.
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Centereach District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Middle County Central School District encompasses schools in the Long Island-area towns of Centereach, Lake Grove, and Selden. The district is very large, serving nearly 11,000 students. In the elementary grade levels, the curriculum follows a planned continuum. The curriculum is rigorous, standards-based, and interdisciplinary. Reading and writing are built around deep understanding and are incorporated into all of the core content areas of English language arts, math, social studies, and science. Technology is also focused on as both a subject of study and a tool for learning. Curricular expectations are refined so that students learning is apace with real world changes.
We currently cover the following Centereach-area school district: Middle County Central School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Centereach Educational News
- Middle County Senior Named One of the “People of the Year” - A 17-year-old Middle County senior was named one of TBR Newspaper’s People of the Year. She balances out her commitment to the school’s outstanding fencing team with her great academic performance and her contributions to other extracurricular activities, including being the president of the Key Club. She has also greatly impacted the community by transforming the annual Walk for Beauty event, getting an “unprecedented” amount of involvement from her school and other area districts.
- Middle County Lacrosse Players Stick Together a Little Longer - Although two Middle County lacrosse players—one from Centereach High—will soon see their high school lacrosse careers come to an end, the two will continue to play together, as they both were recruited by and chose to attend Molloy College. The boys, who have been on teams together since they were in elementary school, also decided to room together during their freshman year. They earned both academic and athletic scholarships.
- New Lane Elementary Student Rewarded for Her Dedication to a Good Cause - When a six-year-old New Lane Elementary student was in kindergarten, she cut her hair and donated it to Locks of Love, a charity that supports cancer survivors. Thus far, she has raised $12,500 for cancer research through selling lemonade and pink pumpkins. She was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship through the Kohl’s Cares Scholarship Program, which she was nominated for by her teacher.
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Chalk Talk: Connecting Annual Holidays to Yearlong Learning
Although Ground Hog Day may not be the most popular holiday, kids love to see whether or not Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow. This annual event can lead to a lesson on weather in elementary classrooms. If Phil sees his shadow, they can talk about the weather that they would expect to see over the next six weeks of winter in their location (perhaps snow, cold, ice, etc.). The same could be done for spring if Phil does not see his shadow (rain, warm, sun, etc.). Students can even compare and contrast the two seasons and give weather reports. Younger students can learn about the seasons of winter and spring and compare and contrast various aspects of the seasons, such as clothing that would be worn (heavy coats in the winter and lighter sweaters in the spring), what they might see outside (icicles and snowmen in the winter; flowers and birds in the spring); and activities that would be performed within each season (sled riding in the winter; gardening in the spring). Students can also research and learn about groundhogs: habitats, what they eat, how long they sleep, what kind of senses they have, physicandal characteristics.