Massena, New York Tutoring Programs
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Massena District and Curriculum
The Massena Central School District (MCSD) serves residents in the entire Village and Town of Massena; the majority of the Town of Louisville; and parts of the Towns of Norfolk and Brasher, including the Akwesasne Mohawk Reservation. The district provides education to approximately 2,800 students from 4-year-old kindergarten to grade 12. Its facilities consist of three elementary schools (4K-6), one junior high (7-8), and one high school (9-12). The MCSD curriculum follows the New York State Education Department (NYSED) guidelines and the adopted Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
We currently cover the following Massena-area school district: Massena Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Massena District Curriculum
The elementary and junior high curricula focus on teaching students core academic subjects, while nurturing personal development and social skills. Unique to the elementary schools is a character-building curriculum that emphasizes a new trait each month. The junior high curriculum instructs students in English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, physical education, technology, and modern language throughout the year. Semester and quarter subjects include family and consumer science, health, art, and music.
Students at Massena Central High School (MCHS) take courses to prepare them for college and/or career. Departments include art, business, English language arts, library, mathematics, modern language, music, physical education/health, science, social studies, special services, and technology. Students have access to guidance and technology to help them create a 4-year plan. Dual enrollment opportunities in business and language can help students earn college credit while attending MCHS.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Massena Educational News
- Massena Central School District to Help Boys and Girls Club Program - The Massena area will jumpstart its first Boys and Girls Club Oct. 29. A large reason for the successful launch is the teacher volunteers from the MCSD. Most of the teachers come from Jefferson Elementary School. Private and public donors have also made the operation possible.
- Students Learn about Cooperation, Science, and Resources During Harvest - The students at Jefferson Elementary and Massena Central High School have learned many valuable lessons from their gardening experiences. Each school has planted seeds, harvested, and created dishes from the yield. Students in various grades perform different tasks each year, and members from the community have donated items to see to their success.
- Philanthropy Group Donates Instruments to Massena Music Programs - Massena Music Friends, a local group, donated two new stand-up basses and a new tuba to Massena Central High School. The group has also given money to J.W. Leary Junior High School for a new piano.
Massena 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 Help Your Community’s Teachers
Parental involvement in schools is important, not only for individual success, but also for the school as a whole. Not only is it important for children to see adults participating in the educational process, but also education staff need help, particularly when it comes to saving time. Adults can do a lot to help teachers in their communities, even if they do not have children within those classrooms. Asking teachers if they need assistance, or what type of assistance, is always appreciated, but offering small services can go a long way when it comes to ensuring teachers’ time is well spent. People can donate supplies, stocking cupboards and desks. Shopping is time consuming, and saving teachers money is an added bonus. Adults can also donate their time; they can create bulletin boards, make copies, or help straighten a classroom. They can read to students, provide tutoring, or even participate in a lesson. Sometimes teachers need items cut, colored, or created for decorations or lessons, and an adult can offer to do these tasks at home, as well.