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Canton District and Curriculum

The Canton City School District uses the Common Core Curriculum Standards to guide instruction in English/Language Arts and Math, and follows a similar standards-based curricular framework in other subjects. The standards serve to make clear what skills and knowledge students need to learn. Subjects are focused, and content teaching follows major strands over the grade span.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Canton District Curriculum

For the lower grades in Reading/Language Arts, Canton City Schools focus on phonics, leading to word recognition and reading, as well as writing, listening, and vocabulary. In the upper grades (seven through twelve), the curriculum includes a research element and grammar. The school district also has a strong program for English Language Learners, helping students with limited proficiency in all grade levels to improve their fluency in English.

The Science curriculum includes life science (biology), earth science, physical science, chemistry. All areas of the curriculum have a focus on the integration of technology. The Science curriculum is closely linked to the mathematics curriculum, so that students have the opportunity to apply recently learned mathmatical skills to real-world, science application problems. Students in grades one through six learn about geometry and number sense, and lay the foundation for the statistics and algebra that they will learn in the upper grades.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Canton Educational News

  • Canton Students Help Improve the Community - Canton City Schools work with Community Building Partnership to improve their community. As part of this ongoing project, students plant gardens, paint, clean up playgrounds, buildings, and other public spaces.
  • Students Raise Money For “Pennies for PJs” - Students at Clarendon Elementary School raised over $2,000, collecting only pennies, to buy gifts for children in the hospital. The students bought books and pajamas for patients in the Akron Children’s Hospital.
  • Canton City Schools Partner with Alliance for a Healthier Generation - Canton schools are participating in the Healthy Schools Program sponsored by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Throughout the program’s four years, the organization will support the schools in their goals of promoting good nutrition and encouraging physical movement.

Canton 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: Considering the Cost of College

The majority of high school students and their parents face a major, looming problem: the cost of college education. With the cost of college rising much faster than incomes, students need to get creative in order to afford higher education. All students should fill out the FASFA, the federal form which is the basis for federal grants and loans. Students should not overlook scholarships, both at the local level and through their college of choice. They should make sure to apply for every possible scholarship, checking local stores, clubs, churches, and organizations to see what is available. Another way to save money is by completing two years at a community college before transferring to a private or public four-year university. Community colleges are significantly cheaper than four-year colleges, and the quality of education is still exceptional.