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Caldwell, Idaho Tutoring Programs

Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Caldwell, Idaho students. Start with a FREE ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available starting at $199.99/month (about $25/hour)

Caldwell District and Curriculum

Caldwell School District offers educational programs for students on all academic levels. It prepares students to find their niche and be able to operate successfully in a diverse world. Common Core Standards ensure that students are learning according to high quality standards, and they are assessed in core subjects to ensure they are meeting the expectations. Students are tested throughout the school year, and teachers plan instruction based on the amount of progress they have made.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Caldwell District Curriculum

Caldwell Schools uses a scripted reading program in grades K-3 to give students the strong foundation needed to become good readers. Students are tested and placed in groups, according to their ability, at the beginning of the school year. In Kindergarten, the focus on learning is on phonics and fluency practice. As they are promoted, students learn new reading skills that include word recognition, spelling, vocabulary, and continued practice with reading fluency and comprehension.

Middle School instruction offers all of the standard courses for each subject area: ELA includes spelling, reading, writing, literature, speech and technology. Math includes problem solving with the four basic operations, percentages, and statistics. Science requirements include earth and space, physical, and life science. Social Studies credits are government, history, economics, geography, sociology, current world affairs and citizenship. High school students must complete 29 semester or trimester hours of core subject instruction in all academic subjects.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Caldwell Educational News

  • Adopt A Class - Caldwell District #132 teachers have a website where they have posted ads for items they need for their students. Teachers may write a grant request for funding for materials for a specific classroom project or to take students on a field trip. There are many options to support!
  • Robot Wars - Caldwell High School won 1st place in this year’s VEX Robotics competition at the Technology Student Association of Idaho. They competed against 17 other Idaho high and middle schools. What a fun way to put their knowledge of technology to the test!
  • Arts Programming - Wilson Elementary and Caldwell Fine Arts have established a partnership. When Wilson students are finished mastering reading, writing and arithmetic for a day, they study the arts. Music, ballet, storytelling, and theatre offer enrichment and refinement to the students.

Caldwell 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: Changes in School Nutrition Programs

School lunches have been transformed. Inspired by our First Lady Michelle Obama, school lunches are healthier, fresher, and patterned after the FDA guidelines for nutritional value and meal portions. Mrs. Obama became interested in the growing numbers of childhood obesity in our country and decided to do something about it. School lunches now include whole grain breads, fresh fruit and vegetables, low salt and sugar, and appropriate meal portions. In some schools, snacks and drinks containing high sugar content have even been banned from vending machines and teachers’ snack lists. Parents, teachers and students are happy with these new changes to the nutrition policies.

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