Welcome to Curriculum & Instruction
The Department of Instruction is responsible for the integration, coordination and articulation of the instructional program K-12. 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 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 enabling our teaching staff to deliver curriculum and instruction created to improve and enhance learning for all students.
Dr. Winsome Gregory
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction & Personnel
"Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education. The human mind is our fundamental resource."
~John F. Kennedy
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Athletics, Health & Wellness
Good Luck to Natalie Carbone
Competing in NYSPHSAA Diving Championships - November 22-23Athletics, Health & Wellness
Congratulations Coach Joe Corretjer
Received Rockland County Umpire Association's Dave Siegriest Sportsmanship AwardAthletics, Health & Wellness
Congratulations League Coach of the Year
Christian Collazo - VolleyballAthletics, Health & Wellness
Congratulation Fall League Champioms
VolleyballAthletics, Health & Wellness
Congratulations To The Following Student-Athletes for Signing the NLI
Natalie Carbone - Sacred Heart University - Diving
Mya DiRenzo - Concordia University - Softball
Alexis Sigillo - Kutztown University - Lacrosse
Celeste Voutsinas-Klose - Northeastern University - Crew
Haley Weiss - Lynn University - SoftballAthletics, Health & Wellness
Athletic ScheduleAthletics, Health & Wellness
Congratulations Science Research Winners 2018-2019!Science
2019 Nyack Summer Music Camp Registration is now OPEN!Music
District LAP Plans
Teaching is the Core (TITC) Grant Information
Rockland BOCES received a $200,000 Teaching is the Core grant designed to promote increased assessment literacy and best practice assessment strategies, aligned to standards, among educators in the Rockland BOCES consortium (Clarkstown, East Ramapo, North Rockland, Nyack, Pearl River, and BOCES itself). Our District and BOCES' teams will spend the year learning from assessment and content specialists in order to develop a system of embedded professional development to build the capacity of the district teams to lead similar work beyond grant funding (sustainability).
There will also be a Regional Parent & Community Conference in May, essentially a forum for parents, community members, board members and non-instructional staff aimed at deepening their assessment literacy. Further information will be made available in the upcoming months.