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Parma District and Curriculum
Parma is located within the boundaries of the Hilton, Spencerport, and Brockport Central School Districts. The Hilton Central School District operates three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. It has a total enrollment of 4,500 students. The Spencerport Central School District operates four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. It has a total enrollment of 4,250 students. The Brockport Central School District operates three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. It has a total enrollment of 4,300 students.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Parma District Curriculum
Parma schools offer students English Language Arts and Math classes that are based on the Common Core Standards which have been approved and adopted by the state of New York. All other classes, including science, art, music, and the career-technical programs are based on the New York State Learning Standards. Parma’s English Language Arts curriculum is based on standards that require students to be able to read and comprehend both digital and physical fiction and non-fiction texts. There is an increased emphasis on non-fiction so that students have literacy skills they can apply in all subjects.
Parma’s math curriculum is based on standards that require students to become familiar with core mathematics concepts such as shape recognition, measurement, pattern recognition, and problem solving in the earliest grades. The science curriculum introduces content in biology, earth and environmental science, physical science, and technology.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Parma Educational News
- Cosgrove Middle School Performing Arts - Cosgrove Middle School’s theatre classes recently wrapped up performances of their own version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The play, titled Snow White and the Too Many Dwarfs to Count, was written and directed by CMS theatre teacher Denice Welch.
- Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection Fundraisers - More than 50 Hilton Central School District staff members took part in the annual J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge race. Money raised from this year’s event will benefit the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection.
- Merton Williams Middle Schoolers Learn Yoga - Carin Laniak, owner of Breathe yoga studio, recently visited Merton Williams Middle School. She taught some of the schools 6th graders basic yoga poses. She also taught them how to stretch properly.
Parma 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: Literacy and Technology
There is a constant stream of articles, blog posts, and discussions about why children do not read and write like they used to. Of course, these claims are true, but they are somewhat accurate. Children do not read as many books as they once did, nor do they write as many letters as they once did. However, that does not mean that they are not reading and writing. They still read. In fact, with reading articles and text online, texts from friends, video game text, and digital and physical books, kids probably read more now than they ever have. The same goes for writing. Sure, kids aren’t spending a lot of time sitting around with pens and paper, but they are texting friends, commenting on online content, and writing at school. No matter what you think about how they are writing, it’s hard to argue that they are not writing. Today’s kids live in a world that is very different from the one we lived in as kids. That they do things differently than we did should not come as a surprise.