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New Milford District and Curriculum

New Milford Public Schools strive to create not just a base understanding of content, but an enduring understanding. This involves students connecting the information they are learning, in any subject, at a deeper level of understanding. It also means connecting it across the curriculum to understand how events or subjects relate to the broader world. This allows students to internalize the material they are studying and creates lifelong learners.

We currently cover the following New Milford-area school district: New Milford Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the New Milford District Curriculum

All schools also follow the Common Core Standards of Curriculum. These standards have been adopted by over 40 states in the United States in an effort to increase the rigor in classrooms. English Language Arts strives to provide literacy in both written, verbal areas to ensure that all graduates are ready for the advanced world of college or the workplace where being able to read, analyze, and communicate effectively is essential. Teachers focus on questioning skills that gets the students to hone in on the important idea of the lesson.

Mathematics strives to build a solid foundation of math concepts at an early age upon which more complex concepts are added until graduation. This allows students to have a deeper understanding of applying math concepts, instead of just the basics. This same concept continues into Science, Social Studies, and Foreign Languages, helping graduates to compete in a global economy by giving them a chance to delve deeply into subjects that tie into their personal interests and engage in advanced courses in subjects related to future pursuits.

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Keeping Informed: Recent New Milford Educational News

  • New Milford Goes Green - Students enrolled in the plant science course at New Milford high school have a hands on opportunity to not only learn the art of cultivating flowers, plants, and vegetables, but they also are able to sell them. The plants are grown inside the schools greenhouse and are available for sale to the public.
  • Budding Young Artists - Children from a local middle school have the opportunity to showcase their greatest works of art. The show is open to all as the public has a chance to stroll through the works of art of the youngest Picasso's.
  • BYOD - Students are now allowed to “Bring Your Own Device.” This new policy is put in place to allow students and teachers the chance to incorporate more technology into their lesson as technology is increasingly becoming an important part of not only learning in the classroom.

New Milford 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: The Importance of Art Education

Fine arts are typically one of the first programs to be cut in a school district with budget problems. Often seen as not as important or relevant as other programs because they are not state tested and don’t typically bring in a lot of money like sports programs do. However, art education can give even high achieving students a respite from other rigorous courses. It gives them a chance to be creative, engaging a different portion of their brain. Studies have consistently shown that students who have at least one course in art, tend to have higher grades overall.