Crawford, New York Tutoring Programs
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Crawford District and Curriculum
The Pine Bush Central School District offers students foundational core academic instruction through aligning its benchmarks with the New York State Education Department (NYSED) guidelines and Common Core State Standards (CCSS), Its focus is on preparing students for post-secondary education and work, while providing them opportunities to grow academically, socially, and emotionally. The district’s curricular services include special education, Response to Intervention (RtI), speech and reading assistance, English as a Second Language, occupation and physical therapy, and access to a school psychologist. Beginning in the elementary schools, students will learn fundamental principles in core academic subjects, such as English language arts, science, social studies, and mathematics.
We currently cover the following Crawford-area school district: Pine Bush Central School District .
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Crawford District Curriculum
An essential aspect of the CCSS is to teach students to be literate in all subject matter and to be proficient with mathematics concepts. From kindergarten to twelfth grade, students will also take courses in physical education, art, and music. At the middle school level, students learn in team environments to foster their unique social and emotional needs. Their courses increase in rigor at this level, as well, to prepare them for high school.
The secondary curriculum is designed to help students identify and meet their goals for college and career. Besides taking a variety of courses in the core subjects, students may also take courses in the arts, business, family and consumer science, health, physical education, languages other than English, music, and technology. Students with academic needs have access to special education and Academic Intervention Services (AIS). Available to students are Advanced Placement (AP) and college-level courses, as well as the Pine Bush High School Academy Program. This program provides hands-on, vocational training and consists of sub-academies, including finance, aviation, excelsior, human services, leadership and law, literacy and education, medical science, performing arts, and summer science.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Crawford Educational News
- Pine Bush Prepares Students for Business Careers - Students at Pine Bush High School may join the Future Business Leaders of America, a national organization that provides students with competitions, conferences, and chances to build leadership skills and network with current business leaders.
- Mock Trial Gives Students Real-Life Courtroom Experience - For students interested in a future in law, Mock Trial may be for them. Students at Pine Bush High School may take part in this hands-on learning experience. Local Mock Trial clubs work toward the National Mock Trial Championship to undergo real courtroom challenges.
- High School Students Encourage Others to Live a Healthy Lifestyle - Students Against Destructive Decisions is a national organization of high school students that work in productive ways to prevent negative choices and help others cope with the consequences of such actions. Pine Bush High School offers SADD as a club for students to promote a positive environment for the community.
Crawford 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: Helping Children with Autism Connect to the World Around Them
Autism is a difficult disorder to understand. It is even more difficult for parents, who may not personally experience Autism, to provide their children the lessons about life they truly need. One of the core problems of autism is that it prevents people from connecting with the world outside of themselves. The spectrum makes it even more of a challenge, because every person will interact differently and respond to social circumstances in a variety of ways. To improve essential connections, it is important that parents work with their children to foster growth. One of the best things a parent can do for his or her child is to be emotionally sound. Make sure that your attitude is positive, calm, and accepting. If your child cries, don’t overly react; simply demonstrate to them that their frustrations and disappointments are normal and healthy. Encourage them through responding to verbally and being aware of your physical positions to make eye-contact and communication easier. Giving your child as much control as possible is another positive way to give them power in their life.