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Benson District and Curriculum
The schools strive to provide their students with a rich quality curriculum that will follow the tenets of Arizona’s College and Career Readiness standards program, preparing them for college and careers after high school. Common Core Standards form the framework in Math and Language Arts, while similar standards-based frameworks detail the learning objectives in History, Social Studies, Science, and Technology. Areas of student interest such as the arts, community outreach, and career programs are also available for students to pursue.
We currently cover the following Benson-area school district: Benson Unified School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Benson District Curriculum
The English Language/Arts/Literacy programs are designed to ensure that students are proficient in Reading, Writing, Listening, and Language by the time they graduate high school. Students begin in Kindergarten by learning letter sounds and shapes, as well as how to write them. They learn listening skills by hearing stories read to them and comprehension is learned by answering questions about the stories and drawing pictures that represent certain parts of the stories.
Math skills are learned by using objects to add and subtract, as well as learning number recognition. Students learn to organize and group objects by shapes to prepare them for higher level mathematics they will be learning in higher grades. Each progressing year represents a stair step, as students learn new skills that are built upon skills learned in previous years. The goal is to ensure that students have all of the types of quantitative and logical reasoning skills they will need by the time they graduate from high school.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Benson Educational News
- The Thing - You have to take the family to see the Thing, if you have not yet been. I'll not tell you what it is, but huge signs along the highway between Tucson and Benson proudly announce its existence. Don't miss finding out what it is, or could be, although some say no one really knows. Take the family now and try to figure out the mystery together.
- Cochise Stronghold - Take a drive into the Coronado National Forest, heading towards the stronghold of the great Indian chief, Cochise. Cochise was an Apache chief of the Chiricahua tribe and his band of people lived here, attacking stages and isolated ranches. See the stronghold and walk the trails or go by horseback. You will be walking in the footsteps of history.
- OK Corral - Visit the site of the famous gunfight at OK Corral in Tombstone. You can watch reenactments of the fight and you can visit the museum and learn about how the fight started, as well as other items of interest about the history of Tombstone and the surrounding area. This is a great place to visit watch the old west come alive in Tombstone.
Benson 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: Why It Is Important to Visit Historical Sites
Some parents may wonder why it is important to take their children to visit historic sites and museums. The simple fact is that just reading the history books can be boring for some children. When you live in an area like Benson, you have opportunities galore to let history come alive for your children. Actually, no matter what the children are studying in school, there are ways to make everything come to life. Visiting different historic sites and museums add the visuals and personal experiences that go hand in hand with the text in the history books. If you make things interesting and exciting for your children they will develop a love for learning instead of dreading it. So, take all of the trips you can to increase your child's sense of wonder and awe.