School Curriculum

Annunciation School Curriculum

The primary goal of the program of instruction at Annunciation School is to provide those learning experiences that most effectively inculcate worthwhile attitudes and impart knowledge and skills necessary for the spiritual, intellectual, emotional and the physical well being of the student.

Annunciation School follows the Common Core Standards of New York State and the Essential Learnings of the Archdiocese of New York in the following areas: Reading, Mathematics, English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Physical Education, and Algebra I. Phonics instructions in the lower grades supplements and reinforces the standard reading curriculum. Guidelines are given by the Archdiocese for the Religion Curriculum.

Annunciation School provides additional instruction in the areas of: · Computer · Art · Music · Spanish · Library Skills

HOMEWORK POLICY:

Homework is an essential part of the instructional program and reinforces learning. It serves as a means for clarifying and reviewing material learned in class, for providing motivation and opportunity for individual growth, and for creating experiences of in-depth study and supplementary reading.

It is the policy of Annunciation School to give homework each night - Monday through Thursday. Students are required to complete all homework.