Kindergarten Registration is now OPEN. Children who turn 5 years of age by December 1, 2017 are eligible to register.
To find out how to register your incoming Kindergartner, please go to our District homepage at www.nyackschools.org; click on "Parent Resources" at the top of the page in the Navigation Bar; scroll down and click on "Registration". Follow the directions for online registration. Once you have registered online OR if you have any questions regarding the process, please contact the District's Registrar's Office at 353 - 7038 to make an appointment. Thank you.
REMINDER Regarding the District's NEW Media Release Opt-Out Form and Protocol
Parents and Guardians: the District has a NEW Media Release/Opt Out protocol that will go into effect this month, October, 2016. All parents/guardians should have received the attached letter in their summer mailing that included a September 26th deadline for any "Opt Outs". Parents/guardians who do not wish their child's photograph to be featured on our new websites must have checked the appropriate boxes on this form and have sent it back to their child's school. Please call the District's Office of Public Relations at (845) 353-7013 with any questions regarding this new protocol. The Media Opt Out Form is one that can be filled out at any time but must be kept at the school building level for easy access by staff and to ensure that the protocol is effectively followed. The District looks forward to celebrating daily accomplishments and sharing them via posts to our new District sites.
The mission of the mathematics department is to provide our students with a robust education in mathematics that will give them the skills to succeed in a global community.
To accomplish this mission, the teachers of Nyack will collaborate to revise and update curriculum, share best practices, and incorporate technology. To enhance students' experience in mathematics, we will integrate the subject to real life experiences and to other disciplines.
Click on the link to access the summer assignments for your grade/course
The Connected Mathematics Program (CMP-3) is a Grades 6-8 program designed to help students develop an understanding of skills, concepts and ways to think and reason mathematically with numbers, geometry, measurement, algebra, probability and statistics. The goals of CMP-3 include developing rigorous higher-order thinking skills and problem-solving strategies in students.
For more information on CMP-3, click on the link below