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Salina, New York Tutoring Programs
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Salina District and Curriculum
Salina, New York, in located in the Liverpool Central School District. The district has an enrollment of over 7,300 students. It includes nine elementary schools, three middle schools, and one high school. Salina’s math and English Language Arts curricula are based on the internationally benchmarked New York State P-12 Common Core Learning Standards. The curricula in all other classes, including health, science, and social studies, are based on the New York State Learning Standards.
We currently cover the following Salina-area school district: Liverpool Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Salina District Curriculum
In the earliest grades Salina’s math students begin learning how to reason abstractly, construct viable mathematics arguments, model real world problems, and communicate complex mathematics concepts clearly. As students progress through subsequent grades they further develop their understanding of these concepts, their general math literacy, and learn how to put these skills to practical use.
As citizens of the 21st Century Salina’s English Language Arts students encounter a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction texts each and every day. The purpose of Salina’s English Language Arts curriculum is to teach students go beyond encountering texts and move towards engaging with texts. Students are expected to read closely and attentively, to critique texts and take them apart. Students must also show that they can write about texts and communicate their ideas clearly.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Salina Educational News
- Liverpool High School Athletic Hall of Fame - Liverpool High School will induct five athletes and two coaches into the Liverpool High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Brian Cronise, Dave Hesch, Michael Marasigan, Sarah Spillett, and Mat Wessinger will be inducted as players. George O’Leary and George Mangicaro will be inducted as coaches. The banquet honoring the inductees will take place in the Liverpool High School Cafeteria.
- Instrument Donation Drive - Liverpool High School and Vision in the Arts at Liverpool (VITAL) will sponsor an instrument donation drive in the Liverpool High School band room. Liverpool High School and VITAL encourage area residents to donate their unused instruments to the school. Instrument donations will be tax-deductible.
- Inspiring Student Reading at Chestnut Hill ES - Chestnut Hill Elementary School students recently stuck it to Chestnut Hill principal Mr. Bourcy. Students celebrated reaching their reading minutes goal by taping the principal to the wall. Mr. Bourcy took the taping well, and the students had a day they will never forget.
Salina 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: Setting Goals
Goals are an important part of education. Scoring well on a test, passing a grade, moving from elementary to middle school: these are all goals that guide students’ education experience. Parents can participate in their child’s education by setting goals for him or her and teaching them how to shape manageable goals which they can realistically achieve. A goal can be as simple as reading a few pages a day, or as involved as raising a grade that has been falling. Children should be rewarded for achieving their goals, and parents can consider rewarding children just for working on tougher goals. For children to be able to ask for a certain reward can also provide the extra initiative and is relatable to when they begin work and have to achieve their work goals in order to receive their paycheck. When a child achieves a goal he or she will get the satisfaction of completing a task. When a child gets his or her reward he or she will learn that hard work pays off.