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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Chadron District Curriculum

Within the Mathematics curriculum, the students develop their understanding of multiplication using whole numbers. The teachers begin by showing them that multiplication is the repeated adding of numbers, and usually this concept is begun using objects and drawings. The students, when learning how to multiply, begin to explain relationships between multiplication and division. They then increase their understanding by giving explanations of factors and products.

In Reading, standards include listening skills. Developing and applying active listening skills can be challenging for some, but this is vital to having success in learning. The students practice listening skills that are required for various situations and methods, such as one-on-one, various group sizes, electronic communication, and listening to multiple audiences. The students also, when finished listening, must ask questions to have clarification, and then summarize the main ideas.

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Chadron District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

Chadron Public Schools uses a curriculum that sets high expectations for subject area learning. Recognizing the individual needs of the learners, the teachers use a variety of teaching methods. The core areas of Mathematics, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science are instructed according to the objectives developed by the Nebraska Department of Education.

We currently cover the following Chadron-area school district: Chadron Public Schools.

Keeping Informed: Recent Chadron Educational News

  • French Students Celebrate Mardi Gras! - Mardi Gras was celebrated in Nebraska at Chadron High by the French I and French II classes. They made food, decorations, costumes, and much more to have a great time in class! The course is offered by Chadron High through a distance learning lab in Alliance, and the Chadron students attend class virtually.
  • Dr. Seuss Celebration - Eighth graders from Chadron Intermediate School visited the elementary school recently. They brought Dr. Seuss books with them and enjoyed reading to the younger children. They also visited the Child Development Center and the little ones loved listening to the silly stories of Dr. Seuss. This was a great opportunity for the 8th graders, as they had to practice their oral language skills and reading to an audience. The younger students enjoyed having older students read to them!
  • Instrumental Competition - Music students, along with their instruments, competed in a competition that featured students from Chadron and surrounding areas. The 9th Annual Contest of Western Nebraska Middle Level students had many entrants from Chadron, and many of these entrants took home awards. The categories included articulation, dynamics, style and interpretation, note accuracy, and many more. Great job in the competition, Chadron students!

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Each of them is highly-qualified K-12 and university educators

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Chalk Talk: What Is ELL?

ELL stands for English Language Learners. This term is formally known as ESL, or English as a Second Language, in many districts. ELL students are students that have a primary language other than English in the home. The students that receive ELL services meet with an instructor regularly to get support in their classes so they may keep pace of learning in all subject areas. Many ELL students can receive accommodations on testing, such as read-aloud or small group testing. The amount of service time they have depends on how developed their English skills are.


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