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Concord District and Curriculum
In an effort to effectively meet the needs of Concord’s diverse student population, the district has adopted a working backwards methodology when creating curriculum, beginning with the desired end results and developing instruction based on those results. Students are expected to demonstrate knowledge and expertise in six areas: explanation, interpretation, application, perspective, empathy, and self-knowledge.
We currently cover the following Concord-area school district: Concord School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Concord District Curriculum
Within Language Arts, students are expected to communicate their ideas effectively in a variety of mediums, including written, spoken, and technological. Evaluation, research, and inference are all important skills which the Concord School District works to develop at all levels, helping students to understand the world around them. Reading fluency, vocabulary, grammar, and exposure to fiction and non-fiction texts are all important aspects of the Concord Language Arts Program.
Both Math and Science focus on critical thinking and inquiry skills. The Science curriculum emphasizes an understanding of the function of organisms, the physical properties of our world, and how technology has influenced scientific knowledge and discovery. As students progress through the Math curriculum they are expected to become knowledgeable in problem solving, reasoning, algebra, geometry, probability and statistics, measurement, and operational thinking.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Concord Educational News
- Investing in Classroom Technologies - As Concord School District discusses its new budget, ensuring technologically savvy schools are at the top of the list. The school board hopes to put iPads and computer labs within easy reach of all the students, including those that attend school in older buildings that have not, in the past, had the same technological benefits.
- NH Interscholastic Athletic Association - Students of Concord High School are recognized for their athletic achievements, maintaining excellence both on the field and in the classroom. These students have proven to be an asset to their athletic and academic programs, showing leadership skills, teamwork and perseverance.
- Assessment News - Students in Concord School District will be participating in the NECAP exam for the last time in 2013 as the district shifts gears and focuses on a new, national test. This change does not mean that past NECAP data will not be utilized; teachers and administrators are working to ensure that the information from the test results is disaggregated and reviewed. Teachers can then use the data to focus their instruction and ensure all of their students are having their needs met.
Concord 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 Hidden Scholarships
College is expensive. There are a few ways to curb the costs, the most common of which is the use of scholarships. Some scholarships are academic in nature, others are rewarded for athletic prowess, and still others are awarded for theatrical, musical, or artistic talent. While these are the most commonly approached avenues for scholarship money, it is just as important to pursue monetary assistance from organizations that may not come to mind immediately. For example, there are scholarships for those who can trace their descendants directly to the Mayflower. There are also scholarships for those who demonstrate an aptitude for goat herding. Many companies also look to award college-bound students with a small scholarship. It is important to be vigilant when applying for scholarships, and sometimes creative hunting can pay off.