As the holidays approach us, we take time to reflect on the school year and the direction for our students in the New Year.
In our early childhood grade levels, teachers and students are working hard in developing English Language Arts skills and Mathematics patterns.
The educators of grades 3 through 8 are well underway in preparing our students for the required standardized assessments that are done each school year in Math, Reading, and Science.
And in the High School, Keystone Testing has already been done in Algebra 1, Literature, and Biology, and, will occur again at year-end in May.
When the middle and high school students return after our winter break, they will begin to choose courses for their next school year.
The cycle of schooling is a continuum of gaining knowledge; the construction of the building blocks that develops our students to be life long learners. I encourage you to take some time during these holiday moments with your child and talk about their school and their educational moments. It is their present and their future for all of us.