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Le Ray District and Curriculum
The town of Le Ray is served by Carthage Central School District, Indian River Central School District, and Watertown City School District. The curricula used in all other Le Ray classes, including foreign languages, art, and science, are based on the New York State Learning standards. Students also have the chance to attend courses at the regional BOCES where there is a focus on high tech and career related learning. Students attending BOCES can also participate in any of the extracurricular activities at the high school, ensuring a comprehensive educational experience.
We currently cover the following Le Ray-area school district: Carthage Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Le Ray District Curriculum
The math curriculum used in Le Ray schools is based on internationally regarded learning standards. These standards have been designed to encourage students to develop an understanding of core mathematic concepts such as numeration, problem solving, reasoning, and abstract thinking. Young students develop their understandings of these concepts, and then go on to see how they integrate with areas such as engineering, technology, and the sciences.
The English Language Arts curriculum used is also based on the rigorous Common Core Standards. These standards guide the development of the literacy skills that students will not only use in ELA classes, but also use in all other subject areas. These literacy skills include the ability to research texts, critique texts, and clearly communicate analytic ideas about texts. The writing process is also introduced so that students learn how to take an idea and turn it into a full length essay.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Le Ray Educational News
- Local Assistance Plan - Teachers and administrators at Indian River Central School District’s Calcium Primary School have developed a Local Assistance Plan (LAP). This development comes after recent assessment data indicated the school’s economically disadvantaged students scored below the New York State performance index threshold.
- District Hall of Achievement - Carthage Central School District is seeking nomination for its Hall of Achievement. The Hall of Achievement honors people associated with the district who have contributed to the district and served as role models for the district’s students.
- Parent & Community Resources - To help connect families with the goings-on in the district, the website offers links to a range of different resources and organizations for parents to participate in. There are Boosters Clubs for families who wish to support the arts or athletics, and there is information about regional events, community outreach and volunteer opportunities.
Le Ray 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: Considerations About Colleges
There are a lot of things for students to think about when they are choosing the college that is right for them. Oh, and contrary to what many may say, a particular school’s party scene is at the bottom of the list of things to think about. Students who are still undecided about what they want to major in should avoid colleges that focus on a few specialties, and instead look for colleges that offer a wide variety of classes. Students who have young siblings to whom they are close should think about whether they would be more comfortable at a college that is close to home or one that is far away. Athletic students should think twice about attending small liberal arts colleges that do not have sports teams. These are just examples of things students should think about before choosing a college.