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Henrietta District and Curriculum
Henrietta, New York, is served by the Rush-Henrietta Central School District. The Rush-Henrietta Central School District is comprised of five elementary schools; two middle schools; and two high schools, one of which is a ninth grade academy, the other being a senior high school. The district also operates the Vollmer Learning Center. The Rush-Henrietta Central School District curriculum is guided by standards developed by the New York State Department of Education. English Language Arts and Math curricula are based on the New York State P-12 Common Core Learning Standards.
We currently cover the following Henrietta-area school district: Rush-Henrietta Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Henrietta District Curriculum
English Language Arts students are taught to engage with and seek a better understanding of a variety of texts from the earliest grades. Beyond reading, students are expected to be capable of understanding the intricacies of complex texts, research the texts that they encounter, and think critically about the ideas and arguments presented in the texts that they study.
Math students in all grades are expected develop concrete mathematics skills that can be put to practical use in everyday life. Students are expected to understand what makes a mathematical statement true or false, how to discover ways to solve new problems by comparing them to previously encountered problems, and to use abstract and quantitative reasoning. Rush-Henrietta students get a full and wide-ranging education that includes in subject areas such as music, social studies, and history. The curricula for these and other academic subject areas are based on the New York State Learning Standards.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Henrietta Educational News
- Literacy Achievements - Students at Crane Elementary surpassed their reading goal by reading 160,309 minutes during the school year. Crane students celebrated the achievement by attending the play Scooby Doo and the Mystery of the Reading Villain and a presentation by visiting author Rafe Martin.
- All-County Music Festival - Rush-Henrietta Senior High students participated in the All-County Music Festival. Orchestra members Hailey Dziendziel, Jimmy Moir, and Angela Rubin performed in the All-County Orchestra. Band member Alexsandra Abamonte performed in the All-County Band.
- District Budget News - Another year, another budget vote. The budget vote for the next academic year is fast approaching. On this year’s ballot will be four propositions that deal with the budget, capital expenditures, bus expenditures, and the Capital Reserve fund. Of the four, only one, Proposition No. 1, will call for an increase in the budget or tax rate.
Henrietta 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: At What Age?
We have come a long way since the times in which the was no kindergarten, kindergarten was not mandatory, and kindergarten classes were comprised of a half-day of finger painting. Today, many people think of kindergarten as the gateway to education. They believe that it is more important than ever for a child to have a good kindergarten experience. This has led to a lot of debate about when a child should start kindergarten. Is four too early? Is six too late? The truth is that all children do not develop at the same rate, which means that the “right age” is hard to pin down. The best tool parents have for making the kindergarten decision is their relationship with their child. They should think about how a child’s reading, writing, and art are progressing. They should consider how a child fits in socially. Those things, not age, will tell a parent if a child is ready for kindergarten.