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Montgomery District and Curriculum
The town of Montgomery is located within the Valley Central School District, which also includes parts of Maybrook, the village of Montgomery, Walden, and parts of Newburgh, Campbell Hall, and Coldenham. Montgomery schools’ instruction in English Language Arts and math is based on internationally benchmarked standards. Instruction in all other areas, including science, music, and social studies, is based on state-specific standards. Technology has also been integrated into all areas of learning, from chances to study it as a core subject to the ability to use it for learning and creating.
We currently cover the following Montgomery-area school district: Valley Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Montgomery District Curriculum
Montgomery’s English Language Arts curriculum develops student’s abilities to read and comprehend a broad range of fiction and non-fiction texts. The curriculum uses close and attentive reading as a base on which it develops critical thinking, research, writing, and verbal communication skills. They learn to write in styles ranging including creative, analytic, persuasive and informational. In the Social Studies curriculum, students explore concepts of geography, government, history and culture and apply many of their literacy skills doing so.
Montgomery’s math curriculum develops students understanding of practical mathematics principals and applications by starting students off with a deep knowledge of core mathematics concepts in the early grades. Students then go on to further their understanding of those core mathematics concepts as the move up through subsequent grades and draw upon their abilities to solve more complex problems.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Montgomery Educational News
- Berea PTA Events - The Berea PTA is planning a number of exciting events to mark the end of the school year. The events will included the Me and My Guy Dance, the Me and My Gal Bowling Party, and the Spring Fling Hawaiian Luau Party, which will take place on the last day of the Spring Book Fair.
- Passport Day - East Coldenham Elementary students will take part in the annual Passport Day event. This year the theme of the 5th grade Passport Day will be Latin and South America. Student create projects based on their chosen countries and display the projects for classmates and faculty.
- School Report Card News - Walden Elementary School received good news from the state Department of Education. Walden’s NYS School Report Card is in, and once again the school has been listed as being in “good standing.” The report card is based on student performance on state tests.
Montgomery 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: Too Many Tests?
That is the cry of many parents around the country. They worry that students are being tested too often, and that tests and test preparation take up valuable class time that could be dedicated to other subjects. In a sense, that is true. However, the dedication of any class time to one subject or learning method comes at the expense of time dedicated to other subjects and learning methods. Testing is also used for a number of different purposes in planning what will be taught. Tests at the beginning of the year give a teacher a clear picture of their students already know so they may plan accordingly. It would not be better if more class time was being dedicated to art and music than was being dedicated to math and science. Right now, U.S. performance in math and science is slipping. It’s okay to give those subjects extra time in order to help students catch up.