Global Climate Change, Hemophilia in Dogs, and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome were among the topics presented by student researchers at Tappan Zee High School’s Science Symposium last week. The Science Research Program, an elective taught by TZHS Science teacher Chris: Read More: 2022 TZHS Science Research Symposium
SOCSD new teachers gathered to engage in learning teaching strategies and structures that further empower students in learning and application to problems across various content areas. We began the day talking about what it means to empower students with structures: Read More: New Teachers Collaborate on Empowering Students to Learn
Throughout the fall, the District’s K-12 content area leadership teams reconvened to resume curriculum review, alignment K-12, and to share information about how the year is going and any learning issues that needed to be addressed from a systemic level. “Getting our: Read More: Content Area Leadership Teams Review and Refocus
Social studies teacher and school leaders recently visited the Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education at Rockland Community College. Formerly located in Spring Valley, the museum was relocated to RCC and took five years to create. Our District team: Read More: Teacher and School Leaders Visit Holocaust Museum at RCC
Students who speak English as a New Language went on a trip to visit NYC Landmarks. They began the trip at Lincoln Center, took a stroll through Central Park, stopped at statues, including, José Julián Marti Perez, a hero who helped liberate Cuba, and also known as: Read More: Newcomers Visit NYC Landmarks!
The SOCSD Math Leadership team (K-12) members met for the first time since September 2019. It was a wonderful opportunity to meet and reacquaint ourselves with each other, while also reestablishing the purpose and goals of the team with a focus on the development of: Read More: Math Leadership Team Focuses On Teaching Strategies Across Grades K-12