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Canby District and Curriculum
Canby School District helps develop critical and creative thinking skills by following the standards set forth by the Oregon Department of Education. The curriculum lays out a plan for instruction along with measurable benchmarks that are used to guide classroom teaching and make sure that each student achieves the standards for their grade. Regardless of ability level, all students are held to a high standard of expectations for both academic achievement and behavior. Arlington Public Schools is also committed to instilling in each student an appreciation for sustainability, such that the next generation has the knowledge and skills required to be good stewards of the environment.
We currently cover the following Canby-area school district: Canby School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Canby District Curriculum
The Social Studies curriculum at Canby Schools tries to include as many hands-on lessons as possible. When they study the Native Americans, for instance, the students build plank houses and animal masks and then they finish the unit by having a Native American Potlatch. Other classes show how the community may be made up of individuals but yet are connected by creating a jigsaw puzzle with each piece decorated by a different student.
The Science curriculum at Canby Schools is enriched by the closeness of Ecology in the Classrooms and Outdoors. This facility fulfills some of the standards by teaching the scientific method and rock cycles to the students. Other classes take five day trips to the Outdoor School at cam Hancock. While there they go to John Day Fossil Bed National Monument to see how fossil beds are formed. Social Studies is also enriched with hands-on experiences like creating illustrated books on historical events, or giving first-person accounts of the Trail of Tears.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Canby Educational News
- Band - Canby High School Band has competitive groups in Jazz, Marching and Concert band. They compete in the Three Rivers Conference. Each band has placed in separate competitions through the years and they also appeared in the Portland Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade.
- Choir - There are five choirs at Canby High School. Each choir offers opportunities to take part in vocal music while increasing their talent. The style of music performed stretches from some of the first recorded songs to music from today’s artists. The five choirs include: Men’s choir, Women’s choir, Mixed choir, Concert choir and Catalinas.
- Theatre - The Theatre program at Canby High School is a part of the School Theatre Association. They are a national program which helps honor student achievement in theatre and enriching theatre education. They also support teachers with professional development, networking, and resources.
Canby 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: Intellectual Development of a First-Grader
Children in first grade like to figure things out for themselves. They don’t always care how something turns out but they like doing things. Whether it is acting out a story, or planting a seed, these children are creative. These children also like to find out why about everything, this should be encouraged by complimenting their question-asking. To find the answers, try looking up things together. They also begin to make logical choices but their conclusions may not always be accurate. Do not expect these children to make decisions easily, it is best to give them one or two choices instead of bombarding them with too many options.