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Anthony District and Curriculum
Gadsden Independent School District serves the public schools in Anthony, New Mexico and an area covering 1400 square miles. The district follows the Common Core Curriculum Framework that has been approved for use in all New Mexico public schools. Common Core sets standards for Mathematics and English and Language Arts (ELA) so that students are aware of the expectations in these core subjects.
We currently cover the following Anthony-area school district: Gadsden Independent School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Anthony District Curriculum
Common Core focuses in on the the areas most important for further education and for working. In English and Language Arts students are tasked with learning to read, write, speak, and listen and use language skills appropriately. English fluency standards are also used in other core subjects including Science, Social Studies, History, and Technology courses. Students learn to read for evidence and develop critical analysis skills in literature and informational text.
Students are required to apply these skills for use in reading and writing progressively more complex text. In Mathematics the focus is on learning basic mathematical knowledge in a finite number of subjects including probability, measurement, statistics, algebra and geometry. Students build on the proficiency they have gained from year to year. The expectation is that students will have a foundation in math which they can then apply to other fields and to higher math.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Anthony Educational News
- Summer Camps - Participating elementary schools in the Gadsden Independent School District offered students the option of summer camps at their neighborhood schools. The camps offered a variety of summer recreational activities including swimming, sports and field trips. Breakfast and lunch were provided to summer campers.
- DECA Welcomes New Members - The Gadsden High School DECA organization is looking for new members. DECA is a nonprofit organization that has member clubs in every state and in many countries around the world. The organization helps prepare students for jobs in the areas of marketing, finance, hospitality and management. High School members in DECA represent the organization at regional and state competitions and conferences.
- Parent Portal - Gadsden has recently added a Parent Portal to the district and school websites. The Parent Portal allows parents to check on student attendance, current grades, homework assignments, and assignment scores provided by teachers for each class. In addition the new Parent Portal provides information on school announcements and events. The portal setup provides parents with the flexibility to get emails on different items on a daily, weekly or other frequency.
Anthony Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Learn About Glaciers in a Virtual Exhibit
The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies offers a unique perspective on how glaciers are changing and how global warming and other environmental issues are affecting glacial activity in the Canadian Rockies. On the Glacier Legacy in Ice Project virtual museum, students and parents can look at an exhibit which details through time through photographs and documentary evidence that has been collected starting in 1887 through current time. There is also a special section just for kids called Fun with Glaciers where children can play a flash powered glacier game where you have to find the lost gear in a time sensitive game. The game is available in easy, average and hard levels.