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Ontario District and Curriculum
The Wayne Central School District has designed its curriculum to align with the New York State Education Department’s (NYSED) Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) for English language arts and mathematics. A key initiative of these standards is to prepare students for post-secondary work and education. The elementary curriculum focuses on foundational education in core subjects, as well as character education for social and emotional development. Students also take courses in art, music, and physical education. Available to them are academic intervention services, reading specialists, special education support, and a variety of technologies.
We currently cover the following Ontario-area school district: Wayne Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Ontario District Curriculum
The CCSD’s curriculum begins with its unique structuring, administrative oversight, and educational environment. For example, the primary-elementary school is divided into three “houses”, which are Pre K-1, 2-3, and 4-5. Each house is under the supervision of an individual assistant principal, who works in collaboration with the building principal. These houses directly reflect the developmental stages appropriate for the combined age groups and provide students with the skills they will need for the coming years.
The secondary curriculum provides students with rigorous and exploratory coursework. Middle school instruction prepares students for an increase in specificity and rigor. Students at the high school may take a number of advanced placement (AP) courses, as well as enroll in the any number of programs: International Baccalaureate (IB), Project Lead the Way (pre-engineering curriculum), and the Gemini Program (dual enrollment). High school students may take courses in the following departments: art, business, driver education, English, foreign language, health, mathematics, music, physical education, science, social studies, and technology.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Ontario Educational News
- Wayne High School Junior Part of Online Literary Excellence - Canvas Literary Journal is an online literary magazine produced by teenagers from the Ontario region. However, writers and readers span the nation and globe, with submissions from Los Angeles and Canada. James A. Beneway Jr., Vanessa Zimmerman, is a board member, contributor, and runs the publication’s Facebook page.
- National Merit Scholarship Program Commends James A. Beneway Student - A local student received recognition as a Commended Student in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program. Among 1.5 million students, nationally, Commended students placed in the top 5 percent on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
- Wayne District Staff Serve as Sources to Combat Bullying - As a part of the New York State’s mandated initiative to target bullying, Wayne Central School District has prepared by training and offering support to students and the community. The Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act) prohibits all types of bullying, either on campus or cyber bullying. Specific professionals at each Wayne school can provide information and support to any individual.
Ontario 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: Preparing for the FAFSA
Parents who are planning on sending their children to college will want to be well familiarized with the FAFSA form and know how much time it will take to complete the application. FAFSA, Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is used federally, state-wide and by colleges to determine the amount of student aid, grants, loans or work-study a student is eligible for. This a free form which does not require professional skills to complete or file it. It can be filed even if a college has not admitted the student. It should be filed as soon after January 1 as possible. Generally, it will take up to six weeks for processing and to receive the Student Aid Report. This form, the SAR, will inform the student the amount of assistance that can be expected. Finally, this form needs to be filed every year to receive aid.