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Glenville District and Curriculum

The Town of Glenville, New York, is part of the Scotia-Glenville Central School District. The district serves over 2,500 students and is made up of four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Glenville’s curricula in all other subjects, including career and technical studies, social studies, science, and health, is based on learning standards that the state of New York adopted in 1996 and revised in 2005.

We currently cover the following Glenville-area school district: Scotia-Glenville Central School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Glenville District Curriculum

Glenville’s math curriculum is based on an internationally benchmarked set of standards that introduce students to core mathematics concepts in the earliest grades. Students then build their knowledge of the meanings and applications of these concepts as they move up grade-by-grade. The goal of the curriculum is to produce students who are knowledge about high-level mathematics, and who can apply that knowledge to practical uses in college and careers.

Glenville’s English Language Arts curriculum is also based on a comprehensive set of learning goals that introduce students to a wide variety of literacy skills in the early grades and expect students to further develop those skills as they move up through subsequent grades. The goal of the curriculum is to produce students who possess college- and career-level reading, writing, speaking, listening, critical thinking, and language skills by the time they graduate high school.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Glenville Educational News

  • Physical Education Student Leadership Awards - The Capital Zone of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance honored Scotia-Glenville elementary and middle school students. Twenty-six students received Sandra G. More Physical Education Student Leadership Awards in recognition of their leadership in the district’s physical education classes.
  • Students and Teachers Learn about Martial Arts - Twenty Scotia-Glenville Middle School stayed after school to learn more about kickboxing. Reading teacher Jamie Muscato taught the students about the sport of kickboxing, and the demonstrated kickboxing moves. The student also got in on the act, taking part in a demonstration along with Muscato.
  • Students Work at Schenectady’s City Mission - Glen-Worden students prepared and served breakfast at Schenectady’s City Mission. The students began preparing pancakes, bacon, and fruit cups at 6 a.m. At 8 a.m. the began serving nearly 200 men, women, and children.

Glenville 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: Lifelong Learning

Learning does not begin with kindergarten and end with high school or college. Learning lasts a lifetime, but often that is not what children see. They work everyday at school to learn new and interesting ideas and skills, but they don’t see the adults in their lives doing the same thing. As a result, they start to think that there is an end to learning. Parents need to be aware of this. They need to make children aware of the fact that learning continues into adulthood. One way to do this is to make learning part of daily conversations. Parents can talk to children about things they learned at work, from a book, or even from a TV show. This will help children to understand that there is always something new to learn. Parents should be sure to show enthusiasm for these opportunities, and also reach into the community to participate in learning activities or cultural events that can help boost the sense that gaining knowledge is always valuable.