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Orchard Park, New York Tutoring Programs
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Orchard Park District and Curriculum
Orchard Park, New York, is served by the Orchard Park Central School District. The district has over 5,100 students. It is made up of four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Orchard Park’s schools offer students a number of challenging and interesting core subject and elective classes. The schools’ English Language Arts and math curricula are based on internationally benchmarked standards. The curricula in classes such as science, social studies, art, and health are based on state-specific standards.
We currently cover the following Orchard Park-area school district: Orchard Park Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Orchard Park District Curriculum
Instruction in Orchard Park’s English Language Arts classes is guided by a curriculum that develops students’ ability to read and think critically. Students develop these skills by reading a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction texts, researching the texts they read, and by communicating their thoughts about those texts in writing and discussion. When reading, students are taught to make inferences about the main idea, why the author wrote the story, cause and effect, and conclusions. They describe character traits and identify story elements.
Instruction in Orchard Park’s math classes is guided by a curriculum that develops students’ understanding of core mathematics concepts from an early age. The major focus during the years is on number systems, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. As students move up through subsequent grades they learn how to apply these concepts to problems that they encounter in the classroom and the real world.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Orchard Park Educational News
- Orchard Park Community Education - Orchard Park Community Education has released information about programs that it will offer Orchard Park Central School District students this summer. Programs and classes include basketball camp, babysitter training, and horseback riding lessons.
- Board of Education News - Four Orchard Park citizens are running for three seats on the Orchard Park Board of Education. Those elected will serve three-year terms. Voting will take place in the Orchard Park High School gym.
- Districtwide Events - The school district offers families a convenient way to keep track of all the upcoming events at the schools. Everything from sports events, to science fairs, to assessment dates are available, which is also a great planning tool for families with students in more than one school in the district.
Orchard Park 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: Social Butterflies
For many students subjects like math, reading, and science are easy when compared to that most challenging of subjects: making friends. Students who are otherwise intelligent, confident, and likeable fall apart when it comes time to bond with their classmates. Parents feel this nervousness, too. Often they feel it more than their children. They worry about their children being “well adjusted.” This moves many parents to try to be “problems solvers” who seek to smooth out any issues that arise among their children and their children’s friends. Of course, these parents mean well, but the best thing to do is to step back. Give children a chance to work out their own problems. By doing this, parents teach their children that they have responsibilities to their friends, and that working with their friends to find a solution is better than sitting around and waiting for somebody else to decided who’s right and who’s wrong.