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Brunswick District and Curriculum

The schools in Brunswick carefully align their curriculum with the standards that are set by the state of Maine. Standards are designed to ensure that students in Maine receive the best possible education that prepares them for college and careers. A strong emphasis is placed on Literacy because no child can be successful in other subjects without reading and writing skills. Common Core Standards focus on Math and Literacy and integrate the learning from these subjects with other content areas.

We currently cover the following Brunswick-area school district: Brunswick School Department.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Brunswick District Curriculum

Students learn the basics of literacy by learning to recognize and write letters, as well as learning the sounds of each letter. Students learn listening skills be hearing stories read out loud and answering questions about the stories. Teachers use different strategies to help students to achieve a strong Literacy foundation so that they can be successful in the following grades, where new skills will be built on the skills learned in previous grades.

Mathematics is also an important subject in the curriculum used at Brunswick public schools. Mathematics is part of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program that prepares students not only for college, but for the competitive career field decisions that face them upon high school graduation. Mathematics is a global language and is critical for students to know. Like in Language Arts/literacy, teachers start with teaching the basics of number recognition, adding and subtracting using objects and grouping objects according to shapes or colors.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Brunswick Educational News

  • Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum - This museum was the home of Mr. Chamberlain, who was a civil war hero at Gettysburg. The museum and its exhibits show visitors the history of the Chamerlain family. This is a great trip for a history class or for parents to take children as a tool to help them to appreciate history.
  • Peary MacMillan Arctic Museum and Arctic Studies Center - Guided tours are available for schools and groups at the Arctic Museum. Tours are for preschool age and up and visitors can enjoy hands on exhibits and try on Inuit goggles, use a bow drill and hold a walrus tusk. Tours can be designed to fit your specific needs.
  • Eartha - You have to visit this amazing attraction. Eartha is a 3D scale model of the earth with that rotates and spins, just as the earth does. Eartha has mountains and landforms and is an exact replica of the earth and its movements. This is a great learning tool and your children are not the only ones who will be amazed. You will enjoy it just as much or maybe more.

Brunswick 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: What Skills Will Your High Schooler Need for Employment?

Getting a job is a big step in your child's life and there are certain “employability skills” that employers require of their employees. Employers require good communication skills; written, spoken, listening. Your child will need to develop skills in collaboration and teamwork, as most jobs will require that their employees be able to work well with others. Employers also want people who have skills in planning and organizing and they want employees to be self-motivated, with enterprise and initiative. The increasing technological world in which we live means that your child will need to have skills in current technology, depending on the career he might be pursuing. Most high schools have vocational courses where they will learn these skills. Make sure that your child has the opportunities for vocational training and classes that teach employability skills.