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Belton District and Curriculum

The curriculum used to develop high-quality units and lessons for students in Belton schools is built from the Common Core State Standards, a national set of instructional expectations for students. The Common Core State Standards aim to prepare students for college and careers in the 21st century. Beyond core learning, students are also offered many courses that tie into their personal or pre-professional interests.

We currently cover the following Belton-area school district: Belton 124 School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Belton District Curriculum

The Common Core State Standards for mathematics ensure that the curriculum is chock full of opportunities for students to think critically about math. Students in the lower grades see an emphasis on number sense, and reasoning, analyzing, and applying mathematical principles to the world around them continue to be emphasized throughout high school. Reading, writing, listening, and speaking are the major areas of focus for English/Language Arts. The ultimate goal of the curriculum is to prepare students to communicate effectively with others. Students are engaged in more informational reading and writing tasks than before.

Science and technology come together in the science curriculum. Students explore how science has answered questions about the world around us, and use those principles and methods to answer new questions and solve real societal problems. K-12, students are thinking in process-oriented ways like scientists and able to communicate about the phenomenon they observe.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Belton Educational News

  • PTA Going Strong in Belton Schools - The Parent Teacher Associations in Belton School District 124 schools work with national and federal organizations to focus on the well-being of each child served in the district. Click the link to find membership and volunteer opportunities.
  • There’s an App for That! - Check out the newly-released Belton Schools #124 app for iPhone and Android devices. View district calendars and get up-to-date information about each school in the district.
  • Belton HS Is an A+ School - The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education proudly designated 533 public high schools in the state A+ schools, and Belton High School is on the list. The honor is a result of the dedication and commitment of the teachers, staff, and students at the school to high-quality teaching and learning.

Belton 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: Do I Have Test Anxiety?

It’s okay to be nervous when taking a test. Most people are. But when you are so nervous that you cannot focus on the task at hand, you may have test anxiety. To combat your anxiety, make sure you are prepared for the test. Don’t wait until the night before a test to study. This means you will have to schedule time to study, and stick with your plan. Learn some relaxation techniques, like deep breathing or focusing. Make sure that your teacher knows you have test anxiety well in advance of you taking a test. Your teacher has strategies to help you feel better about the test, too. After you take a test, check your performance. What strategies to reduce anxiety worked well? What didn’t work so well? You can always talk to a parent or counselor for help.