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Geneseo, New York Tutoring Programs
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Geneseo District and Curriculum
In accordance with the New York State Education Department (NYSED), the Geneseo Central School District has implemented into its curriculum the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects and CCSS for Mathematics. The K-12 curriculum meets its objective to prepare all students for college and career readiness through developmentally appropriate, rigorous, and exploratory instruction. Students also have access to reading specialists and academic intervention services. The district offers a wide range of educational programs that help students acquire the knowledge, skills, and tools they need to be prepared for college or career.
We currently cover the following Geneseo-area school district: Geneseo Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Geneseo District Curriculum
At the elementary school, students will learn foundational skills in general subjects, including art, music, health, and physical education. Students at the middle/high school continue in their academic studies with increased rigor and specificity as they progress from sixth to twelfth grade. Students will receive core academic instruction to meet NYSED graduation requirements, as well as courses in the following departments: arts, music, technology, business, health and physical education, home and careers, and languages other than English. High school students may take advanced placement (AP) courses and attend training through career and technical programs at the May Center.
In the Arts programs, students explore cultural symbols and imagery that tells a story beyond what can be seen in the piece of art. Children begin to develop the skills needed to critique artwork as well. Students examine their work to determine its strengths and weaknesses, while also learning how to give constructive feedback to other artists.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Geneseo Educational News
- Geneseo Graduate Feeds Children in Need - Daniel Matthews, a 2012 Geneseo High School graduate, has created the Backpack Lunches for Kids program in Geneseo. The program serves kids throughout Livingston County and provides each child with six servings of non-perishable foods.
- After 30 Years, Middle School Teacher Still Makes a Difference - Set to retire this year, middle school social studies teacher Glenda VanRy has affected many students. This year, one of her sixth grade students nominated her for the News 8 Golden Apple Award. This year will mark VanRy’s 30th anniversary as a teacher.
- Geneseo Students Perform at Community Christmas Event - The Geneseo Middle School Choir, and High School Madrigal Singers and Brass performed at the 2014 Christmas Walk in Geneseo. The community hosts multiple events in various locations throughout the town and put on many other performances throughout the year.
Geneseo 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: Preparing for the ACT/SAT
Students can become overwhelmed when faced with the SAT or ACT. With a few ideas, they can breathe a little easier on test day. First, one of the best ways to prepare is to take the practice test that can be found at bookstores. Most of these have several practice tests. The student should not worry if they do not excel as the main thing is they should learn from their mistakes. Another way to prepare is to read. Any book or article that they enjoy is going to help their reading comprehension and vocabulary. Writing will also help prepare. This can involve a research project or journal writing as they each will help the student become more comfortable with this skill. Finally, get a good night’s rest the night before, eat a good breakfast, and have all the supplies set out the night before so there will be no rushing that morning. Take a deep breath and relax.