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Cambridge District and Curriculum

Cambridge City School District is the only public school system serving the educational needs of Cambridge’s K-12 students. The district includes three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The shared mission of these schools is to work with parents, guardians, families, and the community to provide a learning environment that is safe, inviting, and empowers all students to achieve their highest possible potential. To achieve this goal, Cambridge City School District has developed a curriculum that challenges students with rigorous learning opportunities that are relevant to life and work in the 21st century.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cambridge District Curriculum

Cambridge’s English language arts curriculum includes K-5 standards that promote skill development for reading informational texts. Students learn how to engage in active reading strategies in order to identify the main idea and key details of a reading. This includes asking and answering questions with linkages to specific passages of the text. Learners also work on determining the meaning of unknown words and phrases, particularly those that are technical, by using the context in which they appear.

In Social Studies, the role of the people in a democratic government is examined. The U.S. Bill of Rights is studied as well. Specifically, students examine Civil War Era amendments to determine how they improved protections of individual rights. Twentieth century topics include the involvement of the U.S. in the First and Second World Wars. Students learn how the wars were devastating on humanity, yet good for the U.S. economy. Social changes after World War II are examined. Students learn about the beginnings of the Civil Rights movement, and how the success of African-Americans in gaining greater levels of equality inspired the women’s rights movement and equality movements by Latinos.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Cambridge Educational News

  • Title I Program Seeks to Improve Student Success - Cambridge City School District participates in the Title I program, which offers learning activities to improve student success. Interventions focus mostly on math and reading skills, and are offered in individual and group settings.
  • Blizzard Bags Keep Kids Busy - When school is cancelled, students no longer lose a day they then have to make up later in the year. With Cambridge’s Blizzard Bags, students have assignments they can complete on their own time that can be counted as a traditional classroom day.
  • Cambridge High School Holds Career Expo - To assist students in developing job-related skills, Cambridge High School offers a number of career related resources as part of their Career Expo. Students can explore various career websites, explore specific job skills, and learn about soft skills common to many jobs.

Cambridge 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: Local Financial Literacy Curriculum

Financial literacy is a central component of Cambridge’s curriculum as well. Learners examine various careers, exploring aspects such as income potential, educational requirements, and job satisfaction. Students also identify the characteristics of a good worker, including timeliness, dependability, honesty, and communication. The processes involved in making responsible financial decisions is analyzed, with students identifying the differences between good and bad investments, the value of saving money each month, and the dangers of an overreliance on credit cards. Decision-making strategies that promote smart financial planning are explored, with students devising an understanding of various banking products, such as savings, CDs, and other investments, that can improve one’s long-term financial health. Credit and debt issues are also discussed. Students learn about what makes for a good credit score, and explore the difficulties individuals have if their credit is poor.