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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Baker City District Curriculum
Students at the Baker Schools learn the four steps toward problem solving within the first few years of schools. These steps or understand, plan, solve and check, will follow students through each grade level of their education. Whether these students take algebra, calculus or statistics, as long as they follow these four steps they will do well, as they will after graduation.
Creativity is a part of the writing curriculum at Baker Schools. As students learn to create letters, they look for familiar shapes in the letters. They also use these letters to create pictures. The creativity is continued as students learn different styles of writing. One project that they do in middle school is to make a digital essay of all the faces that a student sees in a day. They also take time to learn about the time period that a book, like “The Outsiders,” takes place. They then create reports describing this time period before and after they read the book.
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Baker City District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Baker School District gives its students a well-rounded curriculum which is based on the Common Core State Standards. With these standards and the educators’ creativity, each student receives and education that will be relevant for the ever-changing world. The goal is to provide students with all the skills and knowledge needed to be college and career ready and the courses that support the development of their interests.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Baker City Educational News
- FFA - The FFA, formerly Future Farmers of America, is an organization for students that believe that they would like to enter the field of agriculture after graduation. They may be interested in farming, horticulture or any number of areas. This group invites professionals to speak at meetings and the students can compete at state or national conventions.
- FBLA - The Future Business Leaders of America invites all students that have an interest in business. Whether students are looking to find a job with a company or if they see themselves as entrepreneurs, this group welcomes them. Professionals from the business field speak with the students to help guide them on their future. Students can also participate in local and national conferences to hone skills and to compete.
- National Honor Society - This organization recognizes students that have shown excellence in the areas of character, academics, service and leadership. Once these students are nominated by their teachers and have shown they meet the requirements, they will be inducted. After this students are expected to participate in service projects and to represent the National Honor Society throughout the year.
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Chalk Talk: Must Have Skills for Educational Success
Every student have the potential to succeed, however, there are a few ways that students can do even better. Students need to have curiosity. Give students access to books, of all sorts, plan trips to the museums and zoos. Plus, let them find out what they like and do not like without being forced to take part in activities that the parents enjoy. There are going to be certain areas that excite the student and should be encouraged, either through activities or through reading. Parents often like to tell their children that they are smart. The through behind this is good, but in the long run, it may not help the child. Children need to be prepared for the times they will fail. This way they will not be crushed when the inevitable failure appears. Finally, the successful child will have some self-control. The need for instant gratification can cause a student to not do as well as those that can resist this need. Helping a child grow in these areas can help them be successful in school and life.