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Southport District and Curriculum

Residents of the Town of Southport will attend the Elmira City School District (ECSD). The ECSD’s curriculum follows the guidelines proposed by the New York State Education Department (NYSED). These benchmarks include the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), which focus particularly on instruction for English language arts and mathematics. Each curriculum guide prepares students for subsequent grade levels, with the ultimate goal being college and career readiness.

We currently cover the following Southport-area school district: Elmira City School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Southport District Curriculum

Preschool instruction highlights core aspects of communication and literacy. Students will learn foundational skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. In grades kindergarten through sixth, students will receive specific instruction to enhance mathematical and literacy skills. In addition, students receive instruction in social studies, science, health and physical education, art, and music.

The secondary curriculum in Elmira consists mostly of college and/or career preparatory course subjects, such as technology, business, fine arts, personal wellness, family and consumer science, and languages other than English. Specialized instruction in core academic subjects helps students gain insight into post-secondary life. Students have access to career and technical education and advanced options. Guidance counselors provide students with information about timelines, testing, and career clusters so students can create four-year plans.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Southport Educational News

  • Elmira Student Recognized for Outstanding Citizenship - A student from Elmira High School was one of five students in Chemung County to receive a small scholarship, certificate, and pin from the Daughters of the American Revolution. The students were recognized for their citizenship, service, grades, and character.
  • New High School Band Part of City’s 150th Anniversary Celebration - As Elmira celebrates the holidays with its 150th anniversary, the new Elmira High School marching band debuts its talents. The 80-member squad, a few dozen cheerleaders, and new mascot took part in the 58th annual parade.
  • Elmira Science Teachers Boost Student Interest - With singing, dancing, and cooking, Elmira High School science teachers Charlie Wilson and Terri Hunter enthuse young learners. The veteran teachers share their experiences and lessons through the state’s master teacher program, as well as through local universities and colleges.

Southport 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: The Importance of Assistive Technology

Every student has a weakness. Some weaknesses may stem from slight to severe learning and physical disabilities. While each student differs in his or her needs, laws mandate that schools provide students with assistive technologies. These technologies can range from no- and low-technologies, to mid- and high-technologies. Some no- and low-technologies include pencil grips, organizing tools, and nonslip placements for desktops. Mid-technologies, such as audio and visual recorders, calculators, and stopwatches can assist students in many ways. Students who need high-technology devices may have access to electronic communication boards that speak for the child or voice-recognition computer programs that help students create documents without typing. Regardless of the need, all students should have access to any assistive technology. Even students who are not labeled with a disability should utilize tools to serve their academic needs. Together, parents, teachers, and community members can help to raise awareness of the importance of tools to help students perform at their highest capabilities.