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Baxter District and Curriculum

Students in the community of Baxter attend school in the Brainerd Public School system. Brainerd’s schools are comprehensive, offering educational programming for children from kindergarten through the twelfth grade. The varied learning opportunities the district provides prepare children to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Strong academic programs focus on developing essential skills for education and the workplace, including analyzing, problem solving, communication, and proficiency in technology. Supplementing these academic pursuits are a vast array of clubs, organizations, and sports that give students even more opportunities to learn, grow, and develop.

We currently cover the following Baxter-area school district: Brainerd Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Baxter District Curriculum

Middle school learners in Baxter gain the skills they need to effectively read texts as part of the district’s English language arts curriculum. Students analyze written works, citing passages from the text to support their claims. Learners gain the ability to identify key ideas and details in a text as well, and provide an unbiased summary of the events in a text. The structure of writing is also examined in the context of readability. Students note how authors utilize a variety of words, phrases, and sentence structures to keep the reader engaged and to facilitate idea development.

Critiquing and responding to art is a critical component of the high school arts curriculum in Baxter. Students learn how to offer constructive feedback to their peers such that improvements can be made. This occurs in a variety of contexts, including offering advice on how to make a theatrical or musical performance more engaging, how to improve upon the visual impact of a piece of art, or making adjustments to improve the flow of a dance routine. Students also learn how to evaluate their own work and implement changes to enhance their message or strengthen their presentation of ideas.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Baxter Educational News

  • District Now Offers Student Health Services - The Student Health Services program in Brainerd Public Schools was established to promote student wellness. The program also offers a number of health promotion services as well. This is one way that the district is reaching out to families and trying to provide them with easy access to critical services.
  • Gifted and Talented Program Options Available at All Schools - Students in Brainerd that demonstrate exceptional academic abilities can participate in the district’s gifted and talented program. Students at all grade levels have a number of innovative activities available to them that promote further development of their academic abilities.
  • Athletes Develop Leadership Skills in Warrior CAPT Club - Brainerd’s Warrior CAPT Club provides student-athletes opportunities to develop leadership abilities. Participants take part in a variety of activities, including workshops and team-building exercises. They also work on community projects which gives them a chance to give back to all those who support the team and their school.

Baxter 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: How to Make College Visits Productive

Taking your child to visit colleges is much more than scheduling tours and meeting with an academic advisor. To really make the experience a productive one, you should also schedule time for your child to visit with at least one professor in their intended major. This gets their foot in the door and immediately helps them establish a connection with a person that they will spend a lot of class time with over the coming years. Be sure to walk through buildings when classes are in session. Other students are also a key part of any college visit. If possible, arrangements should be made for your child to stay overnight on campus with other prospective students. This will give them some insight into campus life and will also allow them to make connections with other incoming freshmen.