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Lenox District and Curriculum
Students that live in the Town of Lenox attend Canastota Central School District (CCSD). The CCSD has designed a curriculum to meet the developmental needs of its students, while maintaining the integrity of the New York State (NYS) Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS). These standards focus on teaching each child to be literate in all subject matter, as well as competent with mathematical computations. Students who graduate from Canastota Schools should be prepared to enter post-secondary educational or work institutions. Educational activities are designed and implemented based upon the latest research and best practices. Classroom learning is based on curricula that are both rigorous and relevant to the needs of the 21st century.
We currently cover the following Lenox-area school district: Canastota Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lenox District Curriculum
The primary curriculum provides students with basic knowledge in the core academic subjects. Additional special courses include art, music, and physical education. Students also have access to a variety of supports, including a comprehensive special education program. Included in the Canastota Central School District services are academic intervention for math and reading, speech and language therapy, and general special education resources. Character education is also a core principle of the K-12 curriculum.
Students at the Jr./Sr. High School may take courses in English language arts, science, social studies, mathematics, art, physical education, business and computer technology, family and consumer science, foreign languages, health, industrial technology, and music. Students can take a variety of courses to meet their goals, including college preparatory and college-level courses for credit. Technology is emphasized and students learn how to use technology to complete schoolwork, as well as to communicate with others. Digital citizenship is an important topic as well. Students learn about Internet safety and what it means to be responsible, productive, and ethical consumers of technology.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Lenox Educational News
- The Voters of Canastota District Support Million-Dollar Measure - Canastota Central School District will be able to make essential repairs and improvements to its four schools, as the capital improvements project passed voter approval last October. The total cost of the project will be $11.95 million. Most repairs will consist of flooring, roof, and window replacement; however, technological advancements and modernizing could be part of the planning.
- Canastota Alumni Recognized for Outstanding Contributions - The Wall of Distinction at Canastota Central School District will don five new names. The alumni include a filmmaker and playwright; a surgeon, researcher, and educator; a community 4-H and Lions Club leader; and a Navy Veteran.
- Canastota High School Hosts Annual Health Event - The Canastota Central School District held its annual Health and Wellness Fair at Canastota High School. This event invites local businesses and associations to educate the community about the services they provide.
Lenox 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: Maintaining Healthy Hearts during School Holiday Partiess
Obesity is at an all-time high among young people. This trend is worrisome, because obesity can lead to a host of diseases and other health issues, including diabetes, heart disease, and depression. Holiday parties are always a difficult time for people who wish to stay away from sweets, but children are most vulnerable, as they typically have access to more holiday events. Festivities typically include candies, chocolates, cookies, cakes, and punch—the staples of any school social function. However, these items are loaded with sugar and carbohydrates that can cause dental and weight issues. Social gatherings of these sorts should focus on companionship and community, so it’s okay to celebrate without food as the centerpiece. Instead of bringing in candy hearts, make valentines. Rather than baking Christmas tree cookies, make or buy ornaments. If treats are on demand, make sure they are healthy. Sugar-free Jell-O, muffins, and fruits are sweet but healthy. With a little forethought, not only can adults help children maintain their health, but they can teach them valuable lessons about making positive choices.