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DeWitt District and Curriculum

The town of DeWitt, New York, is located within the Jamesville-DeWitt Central School District. The district, which serves over 2,700 students, operates three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Math and Language Arts curricula is overseen through the Common Core Standards. Instruction in all of DeWitt’s other core classes and electives, including science, foreign language, and health, is based on learning standard that the state of New York adopted in 1996.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the DeWitt District Curriculum

Instruction in DeWitt’s English Language Arts classrooms is based on internationally benchmarked standards that require students to develop the ability to read closely and attentively in both physical and digital fiction and non-fiction texts. Students are expected to not only read and write fluently, but also to use reading and writing to develop their language, listening, and critical thinking skills. They are expected to develop a process-oriented approach to writing that allows them to organize ideas and present them with attention to language and audience.

Instruction in DeWitt’s math classroom is based on internationally benchmarked standards that develop in students a deep knowledge of core mathematics concepts. Students learn these concepts in early grades, and then go on to further develop their understanding of the concepts and their ability to apply the concepts to real world problems as they progress.

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Keeping Informed: Recent DeWitt Educational News

  • Jamesville-Dewitt High School Drama Club News - The Jamesville-Dewitt High School Drama Club is readying its annual Drama Show. The show will consist of four short plays, including an adaptation of “Wizard of Oz” and three plays written by Jamesville-Dewitt students. Each play will last between 10 and 20 minutes.
  • Jamesville-Dewitt High School’s J-D Day - Jamesville-Dewitt High School’s J-D day is coming up. The annual event is a time for students watch videos made by groups that are running for student council an to spend free time with their friends and classmates. Students will have the opportunity to purchase tickets with which they can buy food and drink items.
  • Jamesville-Dewitt JED Talks - Jamesville-DeWitt students recently participated in the Jamesville-Dewitt Engaging in Dialogue, or JED talks. The event, organized by Jamesville-DeWitt teachers and a librarian, offered students the chance to share their ideas with other students and faculty. JED talks addressed topic such as women’s rights, video games, and childhood hunger.

DeWitt 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: STEM Learning

A lot of parents have seen STEM on worksheets and school handouts, but they might not know what the letters mean. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. There is a growing movement among some educators and parents to encourage schools to take instruction in STEM classes more seriously, and to make them the focal point of children’s educations. For one thing, this is an ideal area for curricular integration of subjects which can aid in learning. This comes as a reaction to the cultural, societal, and economic changes of the past 30 years. In this time careers in STEM areas have grown exponentially. However, STEM education in the U.S. has not kept pace with that growth. STEM supporters want schools to focus on STEM subjects so that those schools can develop the content and concept knowledge in minds of the next generation of scientists, technology workers, engineers, and mathematicians.