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Crete District and Curriculum

Crete Public Schools has a mission to create and foster citizens that are respectful and successful. The students will demonstrate success academically and positive communicative abilities that are necessary to navigate through the future. Using the Nebraska State Standards to teach and learn by, the students are taught in four core areas: Mathematics, Social Studies, Reading, and Science.

We currently cover the following Crete-area school district: Crete Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Crete District Curriculum

In the area of Mathematics, students learn material along learning strands such as geometry. Geometric theories and models are communicated utilizing many representations of reasoning, problem solving, and making real-world connections with this area of mathematics. Describing the relations between and among shapes and objects, both two and three-dimensional is effectively taught by encouraging the students to identify the parts of the shapes as well as exploring congruency and symmetry.

In Language Arts, the students are responsible for the learning about word analysis. The use of phonetic and structure to read and spell text on the appropriate grade level is demonstrated by way of the familiarity of root words, prefixes, suffixes, and words of multi-syllables. The students are imparted with strategies to increase fluency when reading, as well as with skills such as accuracy, pacing that is satisfactory, expression, and appropriate phrasing.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Crete Educational News

  • Science Fair News - The recent Nebraska’s Southeast Regional Science Fair was a learning event full of challenging fun at the University of Nebraska! There were five Crete Middle School students that were in on the contest, and their entries proved successful! Determining the PH of red cabbage leaves, wine glasses that sing, ways to make perfume, an intricate hamster maze, and thermoelectric energy were some of the awesome science experiments that attendees got to enjoy and learn from! Great job, Crete Middle School students!
  • Call for Volunteers - Crete Elementary is extending a public invitation on the website asking for volunteers. Parental involvement, community members active in the schools, and senior citizen volunteerism would be wonderful to add to the students’ school day. The teachers appreciate volunteers, and those who can volunteer can either work in the classrooms or behind the scenes, such as in the office.
  • Scholarship News - There is a $500 scholarship available for students of Crete High School. The Eunice Bogle Memorial is available and can be applied for by seniors that are interested in going to college. Applications can be picked up in the guidance office of Crete High School. Good luck, Seniors!

Crete 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: Scholarship Timelines

Scholarships are money granted to students for college from various organizations and funds, and the students do not have to pay them back! The only way a student can receive a scholarship is to apply. Students can apply for as many as they want to increase the chances of getting some funds for college. The best time to start applying is early fall of the senior year. This gives the students plenty of time to get the applications turned in and processed. There are many online sites that help with applying for scholarships. Also, the scholarships available can be found online and in the guidance office at the high school. If you have any questions about the application process, the school guidance counselor is there to help!