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Deer Park District and Curriculum
Students in kindergarten through high school in Deer Park attend public school in Deer Park Community City Schools. The Deer Park district is committed to achievement and focuses its attention on helping students reach their highest possible potential. To facilitate this intellectual development, the district has created responsive learning environments that are easily adaptable to meet the needs of modern students. There is also strong support from families, community members, and other stakeholders, who all play an integral role in the development of learning opportunities in the district. As a result of these efforts, Deer Park Community City Schools has been rated Excellent by the Ohio Department of Education since 2011.
We currently cover the following Deer Park-area school district: Deer Park Community City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Deer Park District Curriculum
Deer Park has a world languages curriculum that introduces students to the languages and cultures of other nations. The curriculum has been developed in a way that students acquire the ability to communicate on various levels, including through reading and writing, as well as speaking and listening. There is a strong cultural component as well. Students acquire a deep appreciation for cultural and social traditions of other people. These studies help learners become more open-minded and adopt a multicultural worldview.
The mathematics curriculum in Deer Park helps students develop essential skills that allow them to be successful in everyday life. In elementary school, students learn how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. Older elementary students also work with fractions and percentages. In middle school, students work with ratios and proportional relationships. This learning is connected to real-life problems, such as calculating taxes, interest rates, and gratuities. Once students enter high school, their studies become more advanced.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Deer Park Educational News
- Kroger's Supports Deer Park Schools - Throughout this school year, Kroger’s Community Rewards program has donated a portion of sales to the Deer Park Wildcat Boosters. Funds go to support athletics, band programs, and the local PTO. This is one of the many school community partnerships the district is working with.
- Students Tour Junior-Senior High School - Sixth graders in Deer Park, in preparation for their transition to the junior-senior high school, recently took a tour of the building, got to meet older students, and heard from a guest speaker. This was one of the many events that students participated in to prepare for the transition to high school.
- Celebrate Excellence Award Recognizes Educators - The Hamilton County Education Foundation is seeking nominations for the Celebrate Excellence award. The award program seeks to recognize educators for their ongoing commitment to improving the lives of their students.
Deer Park 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 Games Facilitate Learning
Games-based learning is certainly nothing new. It has long been a staple of K-12 classrooms, but with modern technology, games-based learning has taken on an even more important role. One of the primary benefits of this type of learning is that it keeps kids engaged and active in the learning process. This is true even when kids are studying subjects that are not among their favorite. By combining these studies with games, and further with technology, student engagement increases even more. There are essential higher-order skills that students gain as part of game play as well, including problem solving and critical thinking. The processes of gathering information, exploring alternatives, and putting hypotheses to the test also promote the understanding of logic. And because game-play keeps students engaged, they are far more likely to remember and retain information than they would through passive learning techniques.