Middletown, New York Tutoring Programs
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Middletown District and Curriculum
The schools in Middletown, New York are part of the Enlarged City School District of Middletown. The district oversees seven schools including Chorley Elementary School, Truman Moon Elementary School, Maple Hill Elementary School, Mechanicstown Elementary School, Monhagen Middle School, Twin Towers Middle School, and Middletown High School. The district is committed to providing an educational environment that encourages the development of lifelong learners and students who are ready to enter college and the work force.
We currently cover the following Middletown-area school district: Enlarged City School District of Middletown.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Middletown District Curriculum
The School District of Middletown is making a major push in the area of technology for all of its students. In addition, to academics, the district is committed to providing students with the technological skills that are required in the work force today. As part of the Information and Communication Technology program, technology is integrated into the curriculum of all the academic classes.
The district has also implemented the Common Core Curriculum which is focused in the fundamentals so that by high school students are comfortable with complex reading material, able to write documented compositions and reports using well honed research skills. This concentration on the fundamentals is the same for Math studies, with students in elementary school learning the basics of Algebra, Geometry, and Statistics which students will continue to learn at more advanced levels through high school.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Middletown Educational News
- Race to the Top - Middletown City School District is one of the sixteen school districts chosen to receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Education as part of the Race to the Top program. The $20 million grant was given to the urban school district in recognition for the huge improvement in school morale, graduation statistics and test scores that has happened over the last eight years. Most everyone will tell you that the improvements are due to the changes made by School Superintendent Ken Eastwood’s new approaches to education which include increasing student confidence levels, having high expectations and providing lots of opportunities for growth.
- School District Recognized - Interactive Inc., an independent educational evaluation firm has recognized the Enlarged City School District of Middletown as a prime example of school district that has turned itself around successfully. The Managing Director for Interactive, Dr. Dale Mann, spoke at the recent school board meeting and talked about the solid six years of improvements in student scores in basic skills and the increase in high school graduation rates. Mann also pointed to the facts that on a national level scores are down partially due to cost cutting measures. He points out that the Enlarged Middletown School District kept costs low but still increased scores.
- Poetry Out Loud Competition Three members of the Middletown High School were able to move into the regional competition of the Poetry Out Loud Competition after winning the local completion which was recently held at the Middletown High School. The completion included thirteen contestants. Winning contestants read poems such as the ‘Psalm of Life,” ‘We Wear the Mask,” ‘The Spider and the Fly,” and the “Time I’ve Lost in Wooing.”
Middletown 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: Languages around the World
Want your kids to develop an interest in foreign languages or maybe they would just enjoy being able to spout a few words in different languages. If so check out the IPL.org site on foreign languages which provides a list of thirty clickable sources on different foreign language sites for kids from Japanese to Hebrew, to French, to Dutch, to Spanish, to German, to Swedish, to Italian to Portuguese, and Sign Language. The sites are fun and interactive and even include a website for kids who are learning English as a second language.