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Council Bluffs District and Curriculum

Council Bluffs Community School District serves over 9000 students at two high schools, two middle schools and 12 elementary schools. Lewis Central Community Schools serve families primarily in the southern portion of Council Bluffs. Services such as a preschool programs, Honor’s and Advanced Placement classes, and career and technical classes in the medical and computer science fields are all offered within the districts.

We currently cover the following Council Bluffs-area school districts: Council Bluffs Community School District and Lewis Central Community Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Council Bluffs District Curriculum

In the schools, Mathematics instruction aims to teach students that many mathematical relationships can exist within a given situation, to think about these situations creatively and to solve effectively and strategically. Elementary school students learn about numbers, counting and algebraic thinking. Middle school scholars are introduced to ratios and proportional relationships and statistics and probability. High school students learn statistics and probability, among other subjects.

The Language Arts curricula have several overarching principles regarding reading, writing, listening and speaking. Teachers use learning progressions to introduce successively more sophisticated ways of thinking as students learn and investigate the topic over a period of time. Students read fiction and non-fiction, develop ways to decode meaning and intention, and to express themselves in written work.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Council Bluffs Educational News

  • First Night Student Art Contest Winners - At least one winner from each grade level was named in the recent First Night Student Art Contest. First placers were congratulated at an event held during the winter. Student art is still on display at Bloomer Elementary School throughout the year.
  • DECA Team Earns Second Place in Stock Market Challenge - Thomas Jefferson High School’s DECA team placed second in the youth division of the annual Boys and Girls Club Stock Market Challenge. They also placed 14th overall out of 40 adult teams participating. At preliminary rounds earlier this year the team placed first out of 32 student teams.
  • Graduation Requirements Change at Lewis Central Schools - Lewis Central School District board members are slated to discuss changes high school graduation requirements in Math and Science. These changes will incorporate the updates to the Iowa Core curriculum. The number of credits required for graduation will remain the same.

Council Bluffs 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: How to Choose After School Activities

Extracurricular activities can give children a much-needed break from their studies while still building skills. Sports can develop physical fitness and a love for the outdoors. Chess or math club can exercise the mind while helping form friendships among like-minded students. An art or dance class might help naturally creative children express themselves and develop their talents. But with so many options, how can a parent or child make a decision? It all depends on the student’s preferences and abilities. Here are some helpful tips to get started: Don’t try to do everything at once. It may seem obvious, but starting more than one or two activities at the same time can burn enthusiasm and energy quickly. Assess personal likes, dislikes, values, abilities and personality styles. Be honest. School is the place for requirements, but extracurricular activities should be enjoyable. Take convenience into account. And, consider joining with a friend. It may make the experience that much more enjoyable.

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