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Haverstraw District and Curriculum
The town of Haverstraw, New York, is located within the North Rockland Central School District. The district, which serves the northern part of Rockland County, is made up of six elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The district is home to 7,000 students. Curricula in subject areas such as the arts, science, and social studies are based on the New York State Learning Standards. The New York State P-12 Common Core Learning Standards serve as the basis for Haverstraw’s English Language Arts and math curricula.
We currently cover the following Haverstraw-area school district: North Rockland Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Haverstraw District Curriculum
Haverstraw English Language Arts students are expected be capable of engaging with and critiquing a broad range of fiction and non-fiction texts from the earliest grades. Students in Haverstraw’s English Language Arts classrooms develop the reading, writing, speaking, listening, language, research and technological skills that will be required of them as citizens of the 21st Century.
Haverstraw math students are taught according to a curriculum that introduces core mathematics concepts in the early grades and then develops those concepts from grade-to-grade. By being taught in this way, students build a more sophisticated understanding of mathematics concepts and applications. In addition, students in Haverstraw schools are offered a variety of classes that cover a wide range of subject areas and interests that are relevant in today’s highly technological culture.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Haverstraw Educational News
- Metropolitan High School Theater Awards - The nominees are in for this year’s Metropolitan High School Theater Awards. North Rockland High School’s staging of “CATS” has been nominated for 12 awards ranging from best dance performance to scenic design. The winners will be announced at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains.
- The Baton Pass - North Rockland Central School District teachers took part in the Siemens Healthcare USA and Stand Up To Cancer “The Baton Pass” event. A student from Fieldstone Middle School and one from Valley Cottage Elementary School were among the first participants to pass the baton as it began its cross-country trek. Siemens will donate $1 for each pass as the baton makes its journey.
- North Rockland High School Extension - The North Rockland High School Extension Programs are for students who are older than 18 and want to continue learning in an age-appropriate environment. Courses are based on the need for language learning, career skills training, and students also are able to tap into valuable career counseling services as well.
Haverstraw 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: Supervised Activities
Supervised, structured, learning-focused playtime is an important part of each child’s day; however, children also need the opportunity to spend time that is not planned-out and not education-centered. When playing with friends, children need the opportunity to have kid’s only time in which they are given the opportunity to entertain themselves and solve any problems that come up on their own. This kind of playtime contributes to the social development that become so important as kids get older and teaches them healthy ways to engage with their peers. As they get older, extracurricular activities and sports teams can provide the type of structure and goal-setting that can boost regular socialization. Students can pick up collaborative skills, engage in healthy competition, and feel as though they are a part of something, and of which they can see themselves using what they have learned in their future pursuits.