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Ogdensburg, New York Tutoring Programs
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Ogdensburg District and Curriculum
The schools in the Ogdensburg City School District follow the curriculum mandate approved by the New York State Board of Regents called the Common Core Curriculum. The Ogdensburg City School District encourages its 1,800 students in their five schools to achieve academic excellence, develop critical thinking skills, and develop an interest in lifelong learning. The curriculum from pre-Kindergarten through High School is geared toward providing students with the skills they need to be productive in the workforce and as citizens.
We currently cover the following Ogdensburg-area school district: Ogdensburg City School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Ogdensburg District Curriculum
The Common Core Curriculum Standard ensure that all students in public schools across New York State receive the same standard of excellence in education. Students are provided an intense focus on key coursework including reading, writing, language, mathematics, science and social studies. In English and Language Arts students are expected to be able to read and write fluently and be able to write both creative essays and well documented reports.
All students learn the skill of critical analysis of both literature and informational text. In mathematics, students focus in on core subjects including computational skills, algebra, geometry, probability and statistics. Each grade delves into the material at progressively more difficult level. All coursework in the curriculum is geared to providing students with the base of skills and knowledge they will need for advanced education or entering the workforce.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Ogdensburg Educational News
- Odyssey of the Mind - The girls from the Ogdensburg Odyssey of the Mind Team Swag won the Division 2 Problem number five “It’s how you look at it” competition at the New York regional Odyssey of the Mind. Odyssey of the Mind is an international competition which has existed for many years that promotes problem solving through the use of creative teamwork.
- Robotics Club News - The Robotics Club at Ogdensburg High School has two teams that currently compete in international competitions including the World Robotics Championships. In the past the teams have won a variety of awards. Competing teams must design and build and test out a robot based on specific challenges. The Robotics Clubs is an extracurricular activity at the Ogdensburg Free Academy High School.
- Service Project - All High School Seniors at the Ogdensburg Free Academy High School are required to complete a senior service project in order to graduate. The hope is that the service project will instill in students a lifelong interest in volunteering. Students have the choice of picking a variety of different projects including working at St. Joseph’s Nursing Home, the United Helper’s Nursing Homes, Claxton Hepburn Medical Center, the Ogdensburg Neighborhood Center and the American Legion.
Ogdensburg 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: Resources for Budding Scientists
Washington State University’s Research Foundation offers a website for kids where they can ask all kinds of questions on different subjects including animals and plants, art and entertainment, astronomy and space, biology, chemistry, the human body, physics, anthropology, and the earth. Past questions have included information on worms, hairs on bees, and who invented language, and how do you measure the distance to a star.