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Geneva District and Curriculum

The Geneva City School District uses the Common Core Curriculum as the educational standard for all its schools. Common Core Curriculum was developed to help standardize the educational experience across New York State. The Geneva High School provide qualifying students with the opportunity to take advanced placement courses and college credit courses given in partnership with the local Finger Lakes Community College.

We currently cover the following Geneva-area school district: Geneva City School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Geneva District Curriculum

In Language Arts students focus on learning the key elements of literacy: reading, writing, speaking, listening and language. The reading of literature is balanced against learning informational text starting at the earliest grades. Students also learn how to write using documented sources and using an academic vocabulary. The use of formal English is also applied to other academic coursework.

In Math, students focus on a limited number of topics which are studied in intensive detail including computation, algebraic thinking, proportional reasoning, and statistics, all of which lay the groundwork for students to learn Algebra and Geometry in the later grades. The focus in all Math work is for students to develop mathematical fluency in core math skills which can then be applied to real life issues. The goal for the Math curriculum is for students to develop skills so that they know what math tools to use and when to use them.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Geneva Educational News

  • Solving the Deficit - So far the Federal Government has been struggling with coming up with ways to solve the country’s problem with the deficit. Students at Geneva High School in the Geneva City School District may be able to come to the government’s rescue as they take on the challenge of coming up with a way to solve the issue. Students from both the government and economic classes are studying the problem using a simulation program developed by the Concord Coalition.
  • Literacy Programs - Students enrolled in the District’s Head Start program are learning how to read and will be able to take 25 new books home to continue their reading progress thanks to a Head Start Ready to Read program funded by Geneva Reads. Guest readers are brought into the classroom to introduce a new book which is then gifted to each student along with a take home project about the book.
  • Storytelling Festival - The Storytelling Program and Festival are an annual event in the Geneva area. The program which is directed by Tina Ford, the Extended Studies coordinator at North Street School puts on performances for Elementary School students with storytelling of the children’s classics such as Beauty and Beast which was recently performed at NSS. The Storytelling Festival is held at Hobart & William Smith Colleges every year.

Geneva 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: Online Literacy Resources

Children and their parents can enjoy their favorite public television children’s characters while improving their reading and comprehension skills at the PBS website for kids and reading. There are reading games based on such popular shows as the Electric Company and Martha Speaks including Socks in Space, Great Escapes, Rhyme Time Bingo, Word Transformer, Dog Tags and Alphabet Matchup. There is even a Sesame Street ecard creator so children can create their own holiday and birthday greetings.