Milton, New York Tutoring Programs
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Milton District and Curriculum
Milton, New York, is located within the Marlboro Central School District. The district operates one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school. The schools use Common Core Standards in Math and Language Arts and New York State content standards in other courses. Students may take the Regents Exams at the end of each year in core subjects in order to be eligible for a Regent’s Diploma and are also assessed throughout the year on standardized and informal assessments to ensure they are mastering all the content.
We currently cover the following Milton-area school district: Marlboro Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Milton District Curriculum
English Language Arts instruction in Milton schools is based on clearly defined learning standards that guide the development of students’ literacy skills. They read and write responses to grade level fiction and nonfiction literature. By ninth grade, students learn to identify and define components of writing style, imagery, and figurative language. Students’ use of these skills is not restricted to ELA classes. Rather, students learn to apply literacy skills suck as research, critique, and clear communication to all subject areas.
Math instruction in Milton schools is based on Common Core State Standards that encourage students to develop an understanding of core mathematic concepts. These concepts include numeracy, geometry, and algebraic problem solving. Students are also introduced to a wide range of computational tools and given instruction on how and when to apply them. Students learn these concepts in early grades, and then go on to further develop their understanding of the concept.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Milton Educational News
- Students Volunteer at Special Olympics - Students from Marlboro Middle School recently took part in the Special Olympics. The students volunteered to assist with the 2014 Special Olympics activities at West Point.
- SEPTA Organization - The MCSD SEPTA, or Special Education PTA, is a parent organization that supports the efforts of the special education staff and participates in developing resources and opportunities for students receiving special education services.
- Annual Community Picnic - Marlboro Elementary School is preparing for its annual Community Picnic. Marlboro parents are invited to attend the picnic, and are encouraged to volunteer to bring food and drinks or serve food and hand out tickets.
Milton 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: Different Ways to Accelerate Learning
All students are different, and some may find at various points in their education that they are ready to accelerate their learning. There are a number of ways to go about this; skipping a grade, taking on more classes, or participating in rigorous academic enrichment learning. There are some considerations to be taken into account for children that are thinking about taking on more work. First, allow a trial period before making the change permanent. If the child adapts well then the change can remain, if the child does not do well, then either consider another classroom, or allow them to step back to their former workload. With these steps in mind, parents, teachers and the child can decide if skipping a grade or taking on additional courses is a good fit for everyone.