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Rockville Centre District and Curriculum

Rockville Centre Union Free School District offers public education opportunities for children in kindergarten through the twelfth grade. Students in Rockville Centre enjoy a wide array of academic and extracurricular programs that help them develop the skills they need to be successful in life. Rigorous and relevant curricula foster the development of problem solving and critical thinking skills. Various extracurricular activities, including clubs and sports, teach students important life and work skills, such as working as a member of a team, communication, and respect for others. With support from parents and community members, Rockville Centre’s schools prepare all students to be successful in college and careers.

We currently cover the following Rockville Centre-area school district: Rockville Centre Union Free School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rockville Centre District Curriculum

In middle school, students participate in a science curriculum that includes an introduction to the principles of engineering. Students identify various needs that can be satisfied through the application of technological solutions. Learners also develop an understanding of the processes involved in generating multiple solutions to problems related to engineering. Students learn how to develop simple plans and drawings, as well as construct basic structures using engineering principles.

As part of the high school social studies curriculum, Rockville Centre students explore geography. As part of their studies, learners gain an understanding of how humans live, work, and interact with the environment. This study is undertaken both in modern times and is also explored in ancient times. Students examine maps to determine the environmental features that influence human-environment interaction. Barriers such as rivers, oceans, and mountains are explored as primary factors in the rise of separate societies with distinct social and cultural characteristics.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Rockville Centre Educational News

  • Students Participate in Science Competition - More than twenty students from Rockville Centre recently took part in the prestigious, national Siemens Competition. Students submitted papers on a variety of topics in science, technology, engineering, and math and which were judged by professionals in the field.
  • Video: Technology at South Side HS - The technology improvements made at South Side High School are highlighted in a recent episode of Exploring Our Schools. The video is just one in a series of documentaries about Rockville Centre’s schools.
  • District Information Available Online - Parents and students who wish to hear the Superintendent Johnson’s remarks on education can access videos of his address online. Dr. Johnson discusses a number of topics, including Common Core and new events in the district.

Rockville Centre 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: Safely Using Tablets in Education

Many children across the country now utilize tablets such as iPads to complete their work. Utilizing this technology requires some level of care, however, to ensure students understand how to safely use tablets, the Internet, and the like. Basic rules should be used, particularly for younger children. Keeping liquids and foods away from tablets is a good first rule to ensure the tablet remains clean and free from the grime of leftover food and drink. Children should also be taught to carry the tablet with two hands to lessen the chance of a drop that might break the screen or otherwise cause damage. Parents should also set ground rules for the use of the tablet. Educational purposes should come first, with students earning time for play only after they have completed their work. Parents should discuss Internet safety as well, to ensure their child protects his or her personal information when utilizing the world wide web for school or other purposes.