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Bonner Springs District and Curriculum
Bonner Springs/Edwardsville Unified School District maintains a rigorous, supportive academic environment in which students are taught to value their own learning and take responsibility for their lives and learning. The curriculum is competitive and has clearly defined expectations for students. Teachers are given the leeway to modify their lessons to support the individual needs of students. Interventions are offered when necessary, and all students are given opportunities to succeed. Advanced coursework, including Advanced Placement and dual credit courses, are also available so that students may accelerated their learning.
We currently cover the following Bonner Springs-area school district: Bonner Springs/Edwardsville Unified School District 204.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bonner Springs District Curriculum
Critical thinking is taught across the curriculum, as are key literacy skills. Students are also taught problem solving skills which will benefit them later in life. In science classes, the focus is on real-world applications of learning and observation and experimentation with the physical world and such complex ideas as engineering problems. The process of trial and error which is a part of scientific investigation is taught and students are able to use this as a way to recognize the value of learning through mistakes.
In math classes, students learn the reasons why the math works, so that the formulas they memorize make sense. They learn to be precise in their problem-solving methods and how to choose the best method to solve a problem. They can then build on this understanding to have a solid comprehension of more complex mathematical concepts. In humanities classes, students read for meaning and author intent. They form opinions and gather evidence to support their ideas, producing well-reasoned arguments supported by facts rather than conjecture.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bonner Springs Educational News
- BSHS Senior Project - The Senior Project is a very important aspect of students high school learning experience, and the goal is for all students to work on productive and meaningful projects. The projects are multi-step and require students to manage their time wisely. Information about the projects can be found on the school website.
- Middle School Academic Resources - Middle school is an important time when students are navigating increased academic expectations. They develop more independence in their ability to learn and are required to do research projects in preparation for their high school expectations. Clark Middle School offers a number of resources to assist students with this work at home.
- Wyandotte Comprehensive Special Education Cooperative - The district is a part of the Wyandotte Comprehensive Special Education Cooperative which works with developmentally disabled students throughout the region to help them all reach the academic goals and recognize their potential and natural talents. The Collaborative provides many resources, services, and group activities for its members.
Bonner Springs 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: College Resumes
A college resume is a one-page list of extracurricular activities. The purpose of the resume is to present an easy to scan document that the college admissions committee can refer to in order to see a student’s involvement outside of the classroom. College resumes might include any number of extracurricular activities, such as sports, community service, and clubs. The resume might be daunting to write, but the truth is, a single page fills up pretty quickly. It’s a good idea to only include activities that highlight the most qualities for the student. For example, rather than just including clubs, include clubs the student led, or clubs that allowed the student to pursue volunteer work. Rather than just sports the student has been involved in, highlight sports the student won awards in or led or sports s/he was involved in long term.