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Selden District and Curriculum

Middle Country Central School District is responsible for the public education of K-12 students in Selden. The district is committed to providing safe learning environments for children to learn, explore, and grow. Highly dedicated teachers and staff members work closely with students to help them develop the knowledge, skills, and tools they need to be successful in all phases of life, from primary and secondary school to college, trade school, the workforce, or the military. The mission of Middle County Central School District is to empower and inspire students. Part of this is instilling in each student a love of lifelong learning. Furthermore, the district seeks to help students become creative problem solvers, critical thinkers, and responsible citizens.

We currently cover the following Selden-area school district: Middle Country Central School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Selden District Curriculum

Selden students take part in an English language arts curriculum that helps them build the skills necessary for being an effective reader. In middle school, students work with different types of readings, including informational texts and fictional books, to practice integrating knowledge and ideas from various sources. Learners compare two or more texts, drawing comparisons between them, and also learn about the value of primary and secondary resources. The craft and structure of written works is also studied.

The science curriculum includes an in-depth study of the physical environment. In elementary school, this involves students observing their surroundings and taking note of observable events, such as wind, color of leaves, temperature, and other seasonal weather changes. Students also learn about tides, variation in the length of days, and other events that are influenced by the earth’s movement around the sun and the moon’s movement around the earth. The interaction of air, water, and land is also studied.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Selden Educational News

  • Students Participate in Music Festival - Nine students from Selden recently took part in the Long Island String Festival. Student musicians came from grades 5-12 and had the chance to collaborate on learning a new piece of music as well as developing their performance skills.
  • Students Attend Trade Show - Students in the Virtual Enterprise class recently attended a trade show at Farmingdale State College. The class competed with other students on a variety of measures, and took second place in the most creative enterprise category.
  • DECA Students Participate in Regional Competition - Students from Centereach High School recently participated in the regional DECA competition at Suffolk Community College. More than 1500 students from around the region attended.

Selden 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: Benefits of School-To-Work Programs

School-to-work programs give high school students the opportunity to learn career skills at school that can then be applied in a real-world work setting. There are numerous advantages to programs such as these. First, students get to apply their academic and technical learning to real work-based problems, establishing a clear connection between the classroom and the workplace. Second, school-to-work programs utilize interest inventories and aptitude tests that give students insight into the types of careers for which they may be best suited. Third, by learning work-related skills in high school, students improve their ability to become employed upon graduation. Lastly, school-to-work programs allow students insight into the processes of work, the culture of the work place, and help them establish connections with local business people for potential future employment.