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Charlestown District and Curriculum

It is the intent of the Fall Mountain Regional School District to ensure a quality education, equal opportunity, and the acquisition of knowledge and skills that will prepare each student to become a healthy, active, and productive citizen. The district promotes the core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, and citizenship. Students are also offered a plethora of extracurricular activities. Students are encouraged to be engaged in the school and local community, to promote responsibility, and to enter the post-secondary world feeling prepared for the academic and professional opportunities that await them.

We currently cover the following Charlestown-area school district: Fall Mountain Regional School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Charlestown District Curriculum

Fall Mountain Regional School District maintains a rigorous, supportive curriculum with clear expectations for what students are meant to learn by the end of each school year. Teachers are given the freedom to tailor their lessons to fit the individual needs of their students. All students are given opportunities to succeed and are provided adequate learning experiences that support or enrich their academic experience. Regular assessments are used to gauge how each student is doing in achieving the goals.

The curriculum focuses on critical thinking and analytical writing. Students are taught to be effective communicators in a variety of mediums, both orally and in writing. Students read complex texts for understanding and so that they can recognize authorial intent. They develop theories and opinions and write about their ideas. They learn to take a process approach to writing that includes brainstorming and outlining, drafting, revising and editing, and preparing a final essay. They gather evidence to support their theses in written and oral presentations and develop the skills associated with academic writing.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Charlestown Educational News

  • Senior News - Senior year gets very busy, and to help students stay on top of what they need to do, there's a page dedicated to test dates, project deadlines, community service opportunities, and resources that will assist them in their college application process. Students are encouraged to check in with this page regularly!
  • FMRHS Library Media Center - The high school library media center provides students with a number of resources that are essential for a successful high school experience and with which students should be familiar with before they go to college. There are databases that help students conduct subject specific research and resources to ensure they follow the proper procedures for referencing and citing other's works.
  • The FM Robocats - The high school Robotics Team, The FM Robocats, works together on a variety of robotics projects during the year. Students are able to learn about emerging technologies in the field of robotics and have the opportunity to compete in the annual FIRST Robotics Competition.

Charlestown 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: Letters of Recommendation

One of the hardest questions for a college applicant to answer is who to ask for letters of recommendation. Most colleges require at least one and some require as many as three. Obviously, it’s important to ask teachers the student has a good relationship with, but this can be a difficult thing to determine. For example, students assume they should only ask a teacher whose class they aced, but this isn’t always the case. If a student worked very hard in a class, and the teacher can attest to this, but just wasn’t proficient, that teacher might be a good person to ask. The college can see that the student didn’t ace the class, and a recommendation from the teacher saying that the student worked hard could do a lot for that student. Of course, this must be true.