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Lloyd District and Curriculum

The Highland Central School District has designed its curriculum to meet the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and other benchmarks of the New York Stated Education Department (NYSED). In particular, the curriculum focuses on literacy in all subjects and numbers competencies. The K-12 curriculum prepares students for grade-level competencies and developmentally appropriate skill-sets. The primary grades receive foundational instruction in core academic subjects, including art, music, and physical education. Throughout their academic careers, students have access to special education services, academic intervention, and emotional/social developmental programs.

We currently cover the following Lloyd-area school district: Highland Central School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lloyd District Curriculum

The high school curriculum adheres to the NYSED’s initiative to prepare all students for post-secondary education and work. To graduate, students must earn credits in the following subjects: English language arts, social studies, mathematics, science, foreign languages, health, art/music, physical education, and electives. Highland High School also prepares students through career and technical training, advanced placement (AP) coursework, and guidance for various collegiate exams. Students learn about fitness as well. To improve overall fitness, students are required to devise an exercise regimen for outside of school.

All students learn about technology, both in terms of its impact on society but also through courses on programming and web design. Students develop an understanding of the influence that social media has on today’s culture, and learn ways to protect themselves from harm when using social media and other modern technologies. Students also learn about the various ways in which technology has made information more easily accessible and more easily disseminated. This also affords students an opportunity to learn about digital citizenship and learn what they need to do in order to protect themselves from harm when utilizing technology.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Lloyd Educational News

  • New Band Director Applauds Community Involvement - Drew Rebecchi, Highland High School’s new band director, is inspired by the Highland community’s closeness and school involvement. Originally from Syracuse, Rebecchi looks forward to working in Highland, teaching his students and giving them opportunities to serve the public.
  • Highland Students Recognized for Outstanding Achievements - Thirty-six students at Highland High School were inducted into the National Honor Society—a national organization of successful students. Upper classmen with outstanding records in academics, service, and character may apply for induction into the Terralta Chapter.
  • Highland’s Model UN Receives Commendations at National Conference - Students from the Highland High School’s Model UN earned two commendations in Boston this past Spring. The club attended the Boston Invitational Model United Nations Conference and emerged as a delegation leader.

Lloyd 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: Expectations of an Arts Curriculum

Students have the opportunity to explore their artistic side through the visual and performing arts curriculum. Students from kindergarten through high school can participate in music. Elementary school learners explore the basic components of music, such as remembering words, matching rhythm, and maintaining a steady beat. Identifying patterns in music is also emphasized, such that students can improve their ability to sing or play along. Once students reach middle school, they explore multiple instruments in order to determine which one suits their interests the best. Middle school learners also work on improving their ability to read and perform music. In high school, musicians clarify their understanding of musical notations and symbols. They also explore the aesthetic components of music, such as varying the volume and meter of a performance piece.