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Glens Falls District and Curriculum

The public schools in Glens Falls are part of the Glens Falls City School District. The district is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that helps students become lifelong learners, develop self confidence and to succeed academically and in the work force through the use of Common Core Standards Curriculum guiding excellence in instruction.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Glens Falls District Curriculum

At the elementary school level, students learning Language Arts begin by learning how to read, write, listen and speak in the English language. These are broken out into two strands – the skills strand which is learning how to read and write and the listening, learning and speaking strands where students learn from listening to read aloud books to acquire vocabulary, and knowledge and then discuss what they have listened to. Later, the focus is also on literacy, critical analysis and being able to write both creative writing and expository writing.

In Mathematics, students at all grade levels focus on becoming mathematically literate and learn to use math in everyday activities. Computational skills, algebra and geometry are studied in elementary school, middle school and high school. The aim is to study fewer mathematical topics but to provide in depth mastery of the studied topics. In high school, students also prepare for the five Regents exams that students must pass to receive a Regents diploma.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Glens Falls Educational News

  • Founder's Day - Founder's Day at the Glens Falls Middle School is when staff and teachers are honored by the school district. Honorees are chosen on the basis of their service and dedication to students across the school district. Ten individuals received the Founder’s Day Awards including Steve Spory from the Information Technology department, Kevin Crossman, Coach at Glens Falls High School, Nicole Cremo with Jackson Heights, custodial staff of Kensington Road School, and Ann Myers from the Middle School.
  • Action Jackson - The staff of Jackson Heights Elementary School has created a new education book complete with illustrations about two heroes called the Action Jackson Twins. The Action Jackson Twins, Abby and Jimmy do the right thing and are full of character and civility. The new characters were rolled out at a recent assembly where students wore Action Jackson shirts and students were awarded for behaviors like kindness and helpfulness.
  • Heart Health - Students and staff at Big Cross supported Healthy Heart Awareness week by wearing red to school. They joined individuals across the country who wore red to show support for health awareness about women’s heart disease. The wearing of red to bring awareness to the need for more information about women and heart disease is a school wide annual program.

Glens Falls 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: Carolina Coastal Science

The Carolina Coastal Science website for kids is specifically designed to teach children in Elementary, and Middle School about science in coastal regions. On the website kids can look at the how the coast is different in each region of the Carolina Coast. There are questions on how to handle different topics such as whether to relocate a lighthouse and what to do about a resort that is falling into the sea. Students can go through these inquiries step by step and analyze different answers to the projects. There is also a Carolina Coastal Photojournal which contains QuickTime movies.