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Casa Grande District and Curriculum
Both levels of education in Casa Grande, the Casa Grande Elementary School District and the Casa Grande Union High School District, offer their students high-quality educational programming that includes innovative practices and methods. Each school district follows the standards of the Arizona Department of Education not only in English Language Arts and Mathematics, but for all subjects: Science, Social Studies, World Languages, Computers and Technology, Music/Fine Arts and Physical and Health Education.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Casa Grande District Curriculum
The two school districts go well beyond their basic requirements of simply educating their students and provide diverse program offerings to engage each student. The school districts also provide alternative education environments for those students who have differentiated learning styles, who may be at risk or do not fit the traditional learning environment. The school districts use curriculum mapping to guarantee the implementation of the core curriculum. The school districts will then regularly administer assessments to ensure that students master the content of the curriculum at every grade level in every subject.
The Casa Grande schools not only offer a challenging academic program but also encourage the development of leadership and social skills. The districts stress the principles of achievement, support, engagement and responsiveness to ensure that the students in the Casa Grande Schools have the skills and knowledge to achieve academic success and graduate prepared to live, work and succeed in a global community.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Casa Grande Educational News
- SCITECH Festival - Students at CGUHS will host the Second Annual SCITECH Festival. The students will show off their scientific knowledge and technical prowess with their classroom projects and demonstrations. There will also be hands-on activities and a digital showcase. The Festival is open to all members of the community. Students are encouraged to attend to explore potential careers in science and technologies.
- Anti-Bullying Campaigns - As part of a campaign to decrease bullying on campus, the freshman class at Vista Grande High School has been studying bullying throughout the school year. At the beginning of the school year, each 9th grader was asked to complete a survey about his or her experiences with bullying. The results showed that 57% of the students had been bullied in some form and 95% had witnessed an incident of bullying. As a result, a “bullyhotline” was established where a student can go online and report an incident of bullying.
- Rodel Exemplary Principal Finalist - At a ceremony held at the end of January, Ms. Debbie John, a principal in the Casa Grande Elementary School District was given a great honor. She was named as a Rodel Exemplary Principal Finalist in recognition for her outstanding leadership as Principal of Evergreen Elementary School. The Rodel Exemplary Competition is an arduous process of school visitations, interviews with teachers, staff and administrators, and lastly, examination of school data. This prestigious award recognizes the great work done by teachers and principals.
Casa Grande 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: The Importance of Early Detection of Learning Disabilities
It is vitally important that if a parent is concerned about a child’s progress, or if a teacher notices something out of the ordinary, it is important to speak up. Oftentimes, when a child is having difficulty with a task at school, they get easily frustrated. Teachers may begin to notice behavior problems from that child in his effort to avoid doing the work that frustrates him. Studies have shown that many young children in the early pre-school years, who may have a delay in language, fine- or gross-motor abilities or attention, very often are diagnosed with a learning disability later on in school. Detecting the problem early is essential to the child’s success. Parents should not wait for negative behaviors to show, or for that child to fail. It is vitally important to detect any issues, have the child assessed or obtain a diagnosis and begin an appropriate program or intervention: the earlier the better.