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Owego District and Curriculum

Owego, New York, is located within the Owego Apalachin Central School District. The district operates two elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. School rely on Common Core and state developed standards to ensure that students have a rigorous learning experience. Statewide assessments measure that students are achieving the goals set out in the curriculum. Additionally, the classroom learning is supported by socially appropriate learning opportunities in community, leadership, and character education.

We currently cover the following Owego-area school district: Owego Apalachin Central School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Owego District Curriculum

Owego schools’ math curriculum is based on standards that require students to develop a deep understanding of core mathematics concepts in the earliest grades. Students learn such skills as numeration, problem solving, and abstract reasoning early on, and then go on to learn how to use this skills to tackle classroom and real world math problems. Students are also asked to explain their answers in order to show that they fully understand the concept being taught.

Owego schools’ English Language Arts curriculum is based on standards that require students to be able to read closely and attentively in a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction texts. Beyond reading, the curriculum also requires students to develop other literacy skills such as critical thinking, researching, and communicating both verbally and in writing. Media viewing is also covered in the Language Arts curriculum and used as a basis for analyzing media works and compounds students abilities to think analytically about information presented to them.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Owego Educational News

  • OFA Wall of Fame - Three former Owego Free Academy students will be inducted into the Owego Free Academy Wall of Fame. David Beere of Class of 1936, R. Thomas Bryant of Class of 1968, and Dean Smith of Class of 1974 will all be inducted at this year’s Wall of Fame dinner celebration.
  • New Facilities for Owego Elementary School - Construction of the new Owego Elementary School is coming along as expected, with crews beginning to raise the steel frame that will support the school. Construction preparation began in November, shortly after Owego Apalachin voters approved the propositions that that fund the construction.
  • New OES Coloring Book - Before Owego students move into the new Owego Elementary School that is currently under construction they will be able to color it. Highland Associates have put together a “New OES Coloring Book” for students.

Owego 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: Dressing for Success

Many students seem to think that any school that does not require students to wear uniforms has a “free for all” dress code. This is simply not true, and it is important to learn the lesson that first, and second, impressions matter. Every school has strict guidelines about what students can and cannot wear. It is important that students follow the guidelines. It is important not just because it keeps students out of trouble, but also because it helps students get accustomed to thinking about how they dress, and to thinking about what the clothes they wear say about them. When students go out to work in the real world they will be expected to follow strict work and office dress codes. If they get used to following dress codes now, it will be much easier for them to follow dress codes when they really count.