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Marlborough District and Curriculum
School-aged children living in the Town of Marlborough will attend the Marlboro Central School District (MCSD). The MCSD instructs and assesses students based on the guidelines put forth by the New York State Education Department (NYSED). Student Learning Objectives (SLO) are evidence-based and measure student growth and progress through classroom and state assessments. The district has also embraced curricular shifts in English language arts and mathematics, per the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Administrators and educators implement a challenging and exploratory curriculum that enables students to succeed past high school.
We currently cover the following Marlborough-area school district: Marlboro Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Marlborough District Curriculum
Beginning in the elementary school, students receive foundational instruction in the core academic subjects. Literacy in all subjects is an objective of the CCSS, and lessons in reading, writing, speaking, and listening are highlights of the English language art curriculum. Students also receive instruction in art, music, physical education, and library/media. Support services, like special education courses, academic intervention, English as a second language, and technological tools help students achieve at their highest potential.
Variance in concentration and mastery of specific Regents exams can also provide students with the following diplomas: Honors, Advanced Designation, Advanced Designation with Honors, Advanced Designation with Mastery in Science, Advanced Designation with Mastery in Mathematics, and either a Local, Regents, or Advanced Designation (with or without Honors) with a Career and Technical Education Endorsement. Non-diploma type programs also exist for students with special needs. Each diploma offers students a unique opportunity to plan for and take courses that are specific to their education and occupational goals.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Marlborough Educational News
- Marlboro Students Strive for Excellence through Society Membership - Students who join Marlboro High School’s local chapter of the National Honor Society, demonstrate a desire to commit to excellence and achievement, in many arenas. The NHS is a national organization of high school students that recognizes outstanding academic scholarship, integrity of character, and service learning throughout the community and school.
- Family and Consumer Sciences Club Gives Students Practical Experience - Students who join the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America club at Marlboro High School have many opportunities to learn more about the family and consumer sciences. Currently, MHS students are raising funds through making and delivering meals, as well as making plans to attend the 2015 State Meeting.
- Marlboro Students Selected for Top Honor - Kathleen McPolin of Marlboro High School has been chosen to as a candidate for the United States Presidential Scholar Program. McPolin is one of five students from the region to receive this invitation-only opportunity and the only student from Marlboro.
Marlborough 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: How to Pack for Your First Year in the Dorms
Congrats! You have been accepted into a program of your choosing, and now you are getting geared up for the big move. A lot of emotions surround this journey, and it can be easy to overcomplicate the process. Before you spend your time and money purchasing and packing for your first home away from home, you should do some homework of your own. It is typical for your school to send a list of common items you will need and not need. Each dorm room comes equipped with certain amenities. Take note of the bed and room dimensions when packing sheets, box fans, chairs, mini-fridges, etc. Second, you will most likely room with someone, and the school will provide you with his or her information before you meet. It is a good idea to connect with this person to see what items he or she plans to bring to the relationship. After compiling a list of necessities (according to what you claim to need), see if you can borrow some items from your parents or find items at garage sales or e-bay.