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Cuyahoga Falls District and Curriculum
The Cuyahoga Falls Schools’ curriculum is Ohio’s New Learning Standards and is in the process of adopting the Common Core State Standards — a comprehensive, balanced progression of skills and key concepts in reading and mathematics. Science and Social Studies essentials will be added in the future. Students are expected to think critically, collaborate, communicate, and demonstrate creativity in all content areas, helping them to achieve a greater depth of understanding on core concepts.
We currently cover the following Cuyahoga Falls-area school district: Cuyahoga Falls City School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cuyahoga Falls District Curriculum
Mathematics standards focus on broad problem solving strategies, reasoning, constructing and critiquing arguments, constructing math models, learning about mathematic tools, and identifying and applying patterns. The eight practices are research-based and provide the basis for the standards for students to master in mathematical operations, fractions, and decimals.
In English/Language Arts, students must learn to use language proficiently by reading, writing, speaking, listening, and using a variety of literature, trade books, magazines, and many other types of written material. They must also understand, evaluate, and apply what they read. When students struggle with attaining standards, teachers will develop alternative plans for re-teaching, or teaching with different strategies allow students opportunities to master concepts.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Cuyahoga Falls Educational News
- School of Promise - The academic excellence in Cuyahoga Falls City Schools is further validated by the latest award by the Ohio Department of Education. Roberts Middle School has been recognized as a School of Promise by the Ohio Department of Education for their report card from 2011-2012! Only 163 schools in Ohio received this award and we are very proud of the job that Roberts Middle School does for students every day.
- Educational Excellence Designation - Cuyahoga Falls City Schools has been rated as Excellent for the third year in a row with the district meeting 24 of 26 state indicators. This designation is awarded by the Ohio Department of Education. Part of the reason for this distinction is that teachers are facilitators of learning in the classroom. Teachers create a learning environment to assist all students in meeting or exceeding state standards. The learning opportunities are rigorous, relevant, and student-centered and based on real world applications and products.
- Marzano’s Nine Essential Instructional Strategies - The Cuyahoga Falls City Schools use Marzano’s Nine Essential Instructional Strategies to assist teachers in lesson planning in order to assist students in mastering content and helping them to organize their own learning. The use of these essential strategies increases the likelihood of student success in school and in life-long learning.
Cuyahoga Falls 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: Correct Use of Pronouns
A pronoun stands in the place of a noun to avoid so much repetition in sentence structure. In correct grammar, pronouns have to agree with the words they refer to (antecedents) in person and number. Pronouns can be in the subject form (she, he, they, etc.) when the pronoun is performing the action of the verb or after a linking verb such as “to be.” The object form (her, him, them, etc.) is used when a pronoun is the object of a verb, verb form, or preposition. Pronouns can also be possessive or showing ownership (his, hers, theirs, yours, etc.). For examples: 'He is going to the store.' The pronoun “he” is the subject of the sentence. In the sentence 'George went to the store with him.' The pronoun “him” is the object of the preposition “with.” In the sentences, 'Sally bought a new purse. It was her purse.' Pronoun “her” shows possession.