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Arvada District and Curriculum
The Arvada Community Educational System provides schools for students that are located in either the JEFFCO Public School District or the Adams County School District 50. Both school districts believe in setting high standards of academic achievement to enable students to build successful future careers. Individual schools cater to students’ needs by providing specific educational and recreational programs. International Baccalaureate (IB), Dual Immersion (English and Spanish), and Gifted and Talented are just a few of the specialized programs offered to Arvada students.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Arvada District Curriculum
The Mathematics curriculum has established academic grade-level specific requirements that provide for students to easily progress from basic to more advanced mathematical concepts. Students in K-5 initially learn numerical manipulation basics, 2-D geometry, and utilizing math for measurement purposes. Students in grades 6-8 are then introduced to intermediate concepts such as rational numerics, 3D geometry, and basic statistics. High school students are then taught advanced algebra and geometry while being permitted to participate in more advanced and specific mathematical classes. Higher level students should also develop mathematical problem solving skills for use in a variety of disciplines.
The Science curriculum utilizes both modern technology and outdoor recreation to foster students’ curiosity about the natural world. High school students are offered a variety of specialized classes such as astronomy and marine biology to engage scientific interests. Lower level students are taught the basic principles of life, earth, and physical science with an emphasis on effective uses of technology for scientific exploration. Field trips to local ecosystems gives students a real world experiences to associate with classroom fundamentals.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Arvada Educational News
- Arvada Wildlife Educational Program is Expanding - Students in the Arvada area are educated about local ecosystems through programs at the Two Ponds National Wildlife Refuge. The program's Foundation plans to expand the experience by building a new center that can be used year-round.
- Community Improvements Make for Safer Trips to Arvada School - New bike lanes and pedestrian walkways have been created to help Van Arsdale Elementary students get to school safely. The project was funded by the Federal Program "Safe Routes to School" through the work of local residents.
- Arvada's Foster Elementary Participates in PeaceJam - Students in grades K-6 at Foster Elementary are required to participate in PeaceJam, a program that brings together history and civic engagement. This program teaches students about the lives of Nobel Peace Prize laureates and then enables them to create their own service project with the goal of working together for change.
Arvada Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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Chalk Talk: How to Make Daily Reading a Habit
Students often find the task of reading labor some, and some students rarely read books not assigned to them by teachers. Research suggests that students who read just twenty minutes a day, even in the summer and during holidays, develop a larger vocabulary and are more likely to be "A" students. One way to encourage students to read daily is to make it fun. Choose books that cater to students' interests or authors whose writing style they prefer. Another tip is to have students read the same books as either their parents or friends. Reading together not only fosters discussion but also compels both individuals to read the book entirely. Finally, don't just rely on classical "educational" texts. Reading materials such as cookbooks and even how-to guides can help elevate academic achievement while keeping kids' mind engaged.