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Claremont District and Curriculum
Claremont School District follows the Common Core Curriculum for the state of New Hampshire. The school district places an emphasis on preparing its students for becoming participating members of the community after graduation. To this end, a comprehensive core curriculum is followed and supported by key electives that will help students find and realize their interests and talents.
We currently cover the following Claremont-area school district: Claremont School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Claremont District Curriculum
Within Mathematics, students begin with a basic understanding of numerics, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Once students are comfortable, these concepts are then scaffolded into more difficult skills. Students in middle and high school are expected to explore algebraic and geometric concepts, continuing on as high as calculus and trigonometry.
The Science curriculum allows students to effectively explore the world around them, through the inquiry process. They are able to look at natural phenomena and develop explanations based on their observations. Within elementary school they should become comfortable with the usage of the scientific method in both formal and informal experiments, introducing them to a variety of biological, chemical, and earth sciences. Once they enter high school they are expected to take a more structured approach to experimentation as they begin to explore more complicated concepts.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Claremont Educational News
- Stevens High School Renovations - Stevens High School will be getting a new look as renovations take place. This includes the removal of old equipment, an update of wiring and technical capabilities and handicapped access will be improved as well. Students will soon have a new school, without a lengthy construction process.
- Claremont Community Center - Claremont is opening a new community center and students enrolled in Claremont schools have an opportunity to get free access. Ten local students will be awarded a one-year membership at no cost. The essay questions cover the impact that the community center will have on Claremont and the surrounding school districts.
- St. Joe's Award Winners Recognized - Stevens High School honors student athletes who perform above and beyond expectations. Two students, one male and one female, will be named best athlete for their dedication and talent. Two more students will be named “unsung heroes” for their perseverance and devotion to their teams.
Claremont 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: Avoiding Rhetorical Fallacies: Sentimental Appeals
Anyone who has seen the SPCA commercials, imploring the viewer to adopt an orphaned dog or cat, understands what sentimental appeals are. An overabundance of pathos, sentimental appeals try to encourage a strong emotional reaction in the reader that often does not make sense. An example of this would be the argument that oil is not a reliable resource because cute animals die during oil spills. The argument itself is not valid because, while animals certainly die in oil spills, it does not mean that the oil itself is not reliable. A sentimental appeals fallacy relies solely on emotions, rather than data, to prove an argument.