Anti-Racist/Race Conscious Pedagogy

Resources for our teachers to develop lessons that assist students in understanding and processing events that have unfolded on Capitol Hill this week are listed, below. This compilation is provided in context to a greater district-wide commitment to analysis of race-conscious/anti-racist curriculum and pedagogy​ and to evaluating how we teach and learn U.S. history:

Classroom Discussions about the Capitol Breach

Talking To_Children_About_Violence

Teacher Resources Re Capitol Breach

Welcome to the District Curriculum & Instruction Page

The Department of Instruction & Curriculum is responsible for the integration, coordination and articulation of the K-12 instructional program. In addition to the supervision of all State testing, this office is responsible for the implementation of "Best Practices" and research-based instruction to improve student learning and enhanced achievement. Our vision is to create and support District-wide professional learning communities operating on a continuous improvement model. Our goal is to provide information, understanding and support that enables our teaching staff to deliver curriculum and instruction for optimized learning of each and every student

... with equity, innovation and optimism.


Dr. Winsome Gregory
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction & Personnel

Nyack Schools 2020 School Report Card    

 Timeline of K-12 Curriculum Impact with Upward Trajectory

Curriculum and Instruction Feed

  • NYSPHSAA Return to Interscholastic Athletics Document

    In response to questions and concerns expressed by member schools, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA), offers this document as a recommended resource on how schools may consider approaching the “Return To Interscholastic Athletics.”


    Please click here for document

    Athletics, Health & Wellness
  • Happy Holidays from the Rockland County Music Educators!

    RCMEA Sleigh Ride

    Can you find  the Nyack Music Teachers and Administrators in this video?



  • Science Research 2021-2022

    Please see attached.

  • Congratulations Fall NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team Award Winners

    Girls Cross Country

    Boys Cross Country

    Field Hockey

    Girls Soccer

    Boys Soccer

    Girls Tennis



    Athletics, Health & Wellness

    The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) has announced the start date for high risk winter sports (basketball, competitive cheer, ice hockey and wrestling) will be moved to January 4, 2021. Until authorization is granted by state officials, NYSPHSAA member schools are not permitted to participate in sports determined to be high risk by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). Low and moderate risk winter sports will be permitted to begin on November 30th as previously determined by NYSPHSAA.

    In addition Section One is currently evaluating the November 30th start date for the low to moderate risk winter sports.

    We will continue to provide updates

    Athletics, Health & Wellness
  • Important Information Regarding Winter Athletics and Off Season Workouts

    Please see attachment for more info.  In addition, physical at the High School will be offered as follows:

    We will be offering Winter Sport Physicals to both cohorts. Nov 18 (red) & Nov 24 (blue) starting at 2:15pm.


    Click Link Below to Register:



    Athletics, Health & Wellness
  • NYSPHSAA Announcement Regarding Fall Sports Football, Cheer, and Volleyball Will be Moved to March 1, 2021

    Football, Cheer, and Volleyball Will be Moved to March 1, 2021.  In addition, girls soccer, boys soccer, field hockey, cross country and girls tennis are still scheduled to start on 9/29 at the high school level.  We are still waiting final guidance on the status of girls swim and modified falls sports from Section One.


    Please attached see press release for more information.

    Athletics, Health & Wellness
  • Highlights from the District's 2020 Report Card

    Please see the Curriculum Timeline and info-graphs of our upward trajectory of ELA and Math Proficiencies. 

    Curriculum & Instruction
  • Project Lead the Way Biomedical Project: The Stress of Perfection

    Can Mindful Activity decrease one's level of stress?

    Our HS students in Biomedical Innovations class investigated this as part of a Project Lead the Way presentation.

    Curriculum & Instruction
  • Congratulations To The Following Student-Athletes for Signing the NLI or Commiting to a College

    Natalie Carbone - Sacred Heart University - Diving

    Antonio Cruz - The College at Brockport - Football

    Elijah Gray - The College at Brockport - Football

    Katie Novick - Plattsburgh State - Basketball

    Mya DiRenzo - Concordia University - Softball

    Alexis Sigillo - Kutztown University - Lacrosse

    Celeste Voutsinas-Klose - Northeastern University - Crew

    Haley Weiss - Lynn University - Softball

    Samantha Lungren - Sarah Lawrence College - Soccer

    Antonio Cruz - The College at Brockport - Football

    Ariana Marsland - Binghamton University - Track and Field

    Carlos Aguilar - College of Mount Saint Vincent - Lacrosse

    Otho Cox - Wilkes University - Football

    Jessica Casanova - Saint Thomas Aquinas College - Soccer

    Savanah Camara - Rockland Community College - Volleyball



    Athletics, Health & Wellness
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Curriculum Development Cycle

Curriculum Development Timeline