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Creston District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Creston Community School District contains an elementary school with grades K-5, a middle school, and a high school and provides all students with learning supports and enhancements. Creston Community School District describes “Panthers Learning” as relentlessly curious, challenged to be on their “mental tiptoes,” and learning being connected to real life. The district uses the Iowa Core curriculum, which includes aspects of the nationwide Common Core Standards and contains research-based instructional methods that help students learn essential concepts and skills in language arts, math, social studies, science, and 21st century skills.
We currently cover the following Crestons-area school district: Creston Community School District.
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Creston 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.
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Our educators have graduated from top academic institutions, and many of them have achieved in the 90th percentile or higher on standardized tests. Equally importantly, they enjoy coaching students across a variety of subject areas and standardized tests
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Creston District Curriculum
Creston specifically has focused on implementing the Characteristics of Effective Instruction as well as student-centered classrooms. The district will examine multiple pieces of evidence and data to ensure that the Iowa Core is successful and leading to student achievement; this includes classroom assessments, standardized assessments, teacher walk-through notes, and professional development surveys. The district publishes quarterly Curriculum Newsletters to provide the latest curriculum news.
With the recent implementation of Common Core Standards and framework design, the focus of teaching has required teachers to cover the major topics in each subject so that students are continually progressing along a logical path of learning. Standards in English Language Arts detail the major skills of reading comprehension including identifying key ideas, understanding the craft and structure of a text, connecting texts to the world and their selves, and being able to seek out increasingly complex texts.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Creston Educational News
- Creston Changes Education With 21st Century Classrooms - In Creston’s Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) class, students could be seen using 3D printers, looking through Google cardboard googles that create virtual reality experiences, building robots, and more. These students were in one of the district’s two brand new 21st century classrooms, which teachers can sign up to take their classes to, that were established in conjunction with the Green Hills Area Education Agency.
- Iowa High School Athletic Director Passes On Powerful Message to Creston Parents - Iowa High School Athletic Association’s assistant executive director Todd Tharp reminded parents of Creston High School student-athletes to be spectators of their children’s athletics and to not be so consumed with wins and losses. He also reminded parents that their children have a minuscule chance of playing their sport at a professional level and so there athletics should be viewed as an extension of the classroom, with them being held to the same values and being held accountable.
- Creston High Helps Raise Funds for First Responders - With a Creston High game falling on September 11th, Creston High’s Student government and football team decided to raise funds for local first responders by selling “9/11 Never Forget” t-shirts. Creston’s opponent sold the shirts as well.
Chalk Talk: Spotlight on Children's Books
The following two children’s books are great to read with young students around Halloween time. “Pumpkin Patch Puppy”, written by Danielle Denega and illustrated by Barry Goldberg, features the popular red dog Clifford. In the book, Clifford is very eager to explore the pumpkin patch when he visits it for this first time. The story isn't Halloween-centric and instead educates students on elements of autumn, such as apples, cider, etc. In “Trick or Treat, Smell My Feet”, written and illustrated by Diane de Groat, Gilbert accidentally brings his sister’s ballerina costume to school on the day of the Halloween parade, but it does not end up being the disaster he thought it would be. The story helps to show children that a trick may not be so terrible after all.