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Smithtown District and Curriculum

The Smithtown Central Public Schools district is dedicated to providing the academic skills and knowledge needed to help all students reach their highest potential. English/Language Arts and Math curriculum used throughout the district is aligned to the New York State P-12 Learning Standards. Consistent standards throughout the state and across the country will help ensure that students graduate from high school college and career ready. A single set of clear, concise educational standards for students in Pre-K through Grade 12 helps students, parents and educators have a clear understanding of the expectations in reading, writing, speaking, listening, language and math in school.

We currently cover the following Smithtown-area school district: Smithtown Central School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Smithtown District Curriculum

The revised standards incorporate both content and skill. In English/Language Arts, students are required to read a variety of classic and contemporary literature as well as informational texts on a variety of subjects. Students are expected to build knowledge, gain insight, explore possibilities and broaden their views. The standards for writing, listening, speaking and language help prepare students for real life experiences in college or for a 21st Century career.

The Kindergarten to 5th grade math standards provides students with a solid foundation in whole numbers, operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) fractions and decimals. These standards emphasize both content and process and promote conceptual understanding to make sure students are absorbing the information they need to succeed in higher grades. Having built a strong foundation, students will be well prepared for algebra in middle school and to apply mathematical thinking into real world applications in high school.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Smithtown Educational News

  • Smithtown Youth Bureau - The Smithtown Youth Bureau holds a variety of classes throughout the school year to help students academically and socially. The Smithtown Youth Bureau provides classes for students to help them with their homework, and teach them proper study skills. The Youth Bureau also offers a series of free social skills classes for students in middle school and high school.
  • Kick Line Team - The Nesquake Middle School Kick Line Team “kicked their way” into first place at the Scholastic Regional Competition in January. The team was awarded first place in the Middle School High Kick and Middle School Open Competitions. Congratulations to both the team and their coach.
  • Kids Service Club - The community Kids Service Club held their 1st Annual Clothing Drive at Accompsett Elementary. Students collected clothes, shoes, handbags, toys, backpacks and other items from parents, staff and community to donate to families in need before the holidays. The drive was quite successful with items collected totaling 2,811 pounds. Thanks to all for their generosity at this special time of the year.

Smithtown 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: Ten Tips to Help Children Prepare for the New Common Core Exams

The new Common Core tests include more reading and writing and target critical thinking skills. The following are some tips that you can use to help your children prepare for the exam: English/Language Arts – 1) Read books with your child. Ask questions to make sure they understand what they are reading 2) Read interesting newspaper, magazine articles with your child. Ask the article’s goal 3) Have your child write a letter to someone filled with lots of details and dialogue 4) Encourage analytical and critical thinking skills by asking your child to support opinions with evidence. Math: The revised math standards encourage students to use math in real world situations. Here are some ideas 5) Turn walking or driving into a game of adding and subtracting 6) Use real money to make up math problems 7) Use the clock to create math problems 8) Turn meal times into math games. For both tests 9) Make sure your child reads all the answers before responding to multiple choice questions 10) Tell your child not to panic – this is only one test