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Barre District and Curriculum

The Quabbin Regional School District is home to five elementary schools: Hardwick Elementary School, Hubbardston Center School, New Braintree Grade School, Oakham Center School, and Ruggles Lane Elementary School. In addition, it houses the Quabbin Regional Middle School and the Quabbin Regional High School. Students have many programs that prepare them for college and career as they approach graduation.

We currently cover the following Barre-area school district: Quabbin Regional School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Barre District Curriculum

The Quabbin Regional School District works to provide an atmosphere in which all students can achieve. The district follows the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks, which are centered around the Common Core State Standards. These frameworks are focused on creating high quality curriculum that push for positive results. Each subject builds upon key strands of learning, providing students with both breadth and depth in their studies.

Each curriculum framework is continuously updated to not only keep them current, but also to ensure that they reflect the highest level of learning that can be expected from students.The district recognizes that students learn differently; therefore, they have created high expectations, various approaches to learning, and instruction that is accessible for all students of any ability. Members of the community are welcome to provide input into this process of curriculum development.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Barre Educational News

  • Gardening Program - Quabbin Regional High School, in conjunction with the East Quabbin Alliance for a Healthy Community, is home to a composting and organic gardening program run by Hands to Earth. Ann McGovern, the Coordinator of Consumer Waste Reduction for the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, stated, “I can’t think of any other school that is doing composting on the scale and scope that Quabbin is.”
  • Quabbin Education Foundation - The Quabbin Regional School District has been awarded over $6500 from the Quabbin Education Foundation for Students and Teachers, or QUEST. The award money was given in support of eleven different projects throughout the district.
  • Scholastic Art and Writing Awards - Several students from the Quabbin Regional Middle School were recognized at the 2013 Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. With over 1,700 student entries from across the state, students from the district represented Gold Key, Silver Key, and Honorable Mention awards.

Barre 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: Avoiding Plagiarism

When some people sit down to write, whether it be a letter, shopping list, or essay, they can have a tendency to freeze up. At these times, it might seem easy to “borrow” information from another source. However, it is important that any time we write, we avoid plagiarism, or taking credit for something someone else has written. By following the simple steps below, you can decrease your chances of accidentally plagiarizing. Always cite your sources. If you use information that is not “common knowledge,” or information that a common person would know, it probably needs to be cited. If you found the information from a source, it definitely needs to be cited. Never cut and paste. It is easy to “google” information, and then copy and paste it into a document. Unfortunately, this is an example of plagiarism, and it should be avoided. Summarize or paraphrase information. You can use information from another source, as long as you either put quotation marks around it, or summarize or paraphrase the information.