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Delphos District and Curriculum
Delphos City Schools is the only public school district serving the community of Delphos. The district includes two elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Each school building represents a safe, welcoming, and engaging environment in which to learn. Students are held to a high standard of academic excellence in Delphos City Schools. Teachers provide students with many opportunities to learn and improve themselves, both in and out of the classroom. Much of the learning students take part in is geared toward both current and future success. Students build knowledge and skills that helps them grow academically, socially, and emotionally, and which also prepare them to tackle the challenges of living in the 21st century.
We currently cover the following Delphos-area school district: Delphos City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Delphos District Curriculum
The elementary school world languages curriculum gets students involved in the beginnings of acquiring a second language. To become familiar with the language, students engage in exercises that teach them essential words and phrases. This includes common greetings, names of common objects and events, and basic questions. Learners participate in one-on-one and small group activities in which they develop a deeper understanding of the meaning of these words and phrases. Students also work on developing appropriate pronunciation, intonation, and nonverbal gestures in order to ensure their utterances are correct.
Children work on their reading and writing skills by taking part in exercises that help them read with greater speed and spell words correctly. There are cultural activities as well. Students investigate common social and cultural events associated with the language under study. Doing so helps them develop an appreciation for alternative world views and perspectives.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Delphos Educational News
- Delphos Partners with Google to Use Their Education Apps - Delphos City Schools has partnered with Google to utilize the company’s educational tools. The district has one of the largest Google-trained teaching staffs in the state and teachers in all subject areas are able to integrate technology into their teaching.
- New Graduation Requirements for Ohio Students - Students, parents, and other interested parties can examine the state of Ohio’s new high school graduation requirements on the Delphos City Schools’ website. This is also a great tool for families to use to assist in planning the course of study for freshmen and sophomores.
- Delphos City School Awarded Ohio’s Straight A Fund Grant - Delphos City Schools has been named as one of only 34 districts in the state to receive money in this round of Ohio’s Straight A Fund Grant Program. The funding will be used to pay for educational improvements that facilitate higher student achievement.
Delphos 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: Competency Based Education Gaining Popularity
Some school districts have eliminated traditional school structure and have instead implemented a competency-based program. Under these systems, students are not labeled as being in fifth grade or eleventh grade. Rather, students are defined by how much they know. Competency-based learning eliminates the need to constrain students based on age. In districts that have adopted this type of approach, students, regardless of age, test into certain levels of mastery. For example, instead of a highly advanced 13-year-old being restricted to learning seventh grade math, he or she is allowed to test into higher levels of math with older students. That same student may struggle in reading, however, and be in a lower level of reading with younger students. The point of the system is to focus on each child’s individual needs and aptitudes, as opposed to herding children into defined age-based grades levels. The result has been mostly positive thus far, with students and teachers reporting improvements in achievement and classroom engagement.