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Rensselaer District and Curriculum
The Rensselaer City School District is committed to providing an educational experience that is both excellent scholastically and provides students with the skills they need for further education and the work force. Students attending the Junior Senior High School have the opportunity to participate in vocational and technological training through the Project Lead the Way Program. The school district also offers qualifying students classes with college credit which are provided in partnership with the University of Albany and the Hudson Valley Community College.
We currently cover the following Rensselaer-area school district: Rensselaer City School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rensselaer District Curriculum
The Rensselaer City School District uses the Common Core Curriculum Framework in all the schools in serves. The standards set clear expectations for students in the State of New York. These expectations include an intensive learning experience focused on the basics of reading, writing, speaking, listening, language, and mathematics. In English and Language Arts and Mathematics students are taught the skills needed for college and the workforce.
In Language Arts, students read both informational text and literature and develop skills of critical analysis and learn to write and speak using evidence based informational research. Coursework is progressively more challenging in each grade, building on the year’s previous skills. In mathematics, students focus in on a limited curriculum in math including computational skills, algebra including proportional reasoning, geometry, statistics and probability. Each grade reinforces the mastery of the core subjects while further developing a fluency in math.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Rensselaer Educational News
- Model Bridge Competition - Students from the district recently participated in the 2013 Model Bridge Competition. The competition is open to any full time high school student. Students must build a model bridge of either a truss type or an arch type bridge out of balsa wood. Sponsors include the Foundation for Engineering Education, the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Association for Bridge Construction and Design.
- Odyssey of the Mind Competition - The Rensselaer Junior Senior High School recently had four teams participating in the Odyssey of the Mind Competition. The Odyssey of the Mind Competition is an international competition where students from kindergarten through college can participate in a variety of problem solving activities from building problems to analyzing literature.
- Literary Endeavors - For students in the district who are interested in creative writing, 'The Voice' has been developed as the district's very own literary magazine. Students in grades 7-12 are able to contribute and the group also offers resources to connect students with literary competitions and scholarship opportunities.
Rensselaer Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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Chalk Talk: An Animal a Day
A librarian has created a blog site where she provides information on a particular animal each day. There are photos, and information about each animal including where they live, their size and characteristics, and classification. Animals from all over the world are profiled. This is great way for kids to learn about animals a little bit at a time. There are also lists of recommended books, and movies and children can suggest what animal she should profile next.