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Dent District and Curriculum
Students in Dent attend Oak Hills School District. The district is comprehensive in nature, with programming offered for children in kindergarten through the twelfth grade. The district has approximately 8,000 students and five elementary schools, three middle schools, and one high school. Educational programs are devised with college and career readiness in mind. Students develop essential skills that ensure their success both in school and in their future endeavors. In addition to acquiring valuable academic knowledge, students learn to be effective communicators, work as part of a team, learn how to adapt to changing situations, and develop a capacity for innovation.
We currently cover the following Dent-area school district: Oak Hills School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dent District Curriculum
Dent’s social studies curriculum includes a study of government in high school. Students learn about the role of civic participation in a democratic society. Learners explore the various ways in which citizens can participate, including casting votes, running for office, and petitioning for changes to laws. Political parties are also examined, with students identifying the major platforms of the Democratic and Republican parties. Students learn about the role of compromise and consensus building when it comes to developing, passing, and implementing legislation. Majority rule is also explored, with students developing an understanding that government is incapable of pleasing everyone all the time.
Students in Dent also take part in a technology curriculum that highlights the history of technology development, the uses of technology in the present, and the potential direction of technology development in the future. Students examine the core principles of technology, including systems, processes, and resources. Learners explore the relationship between technologies and other areas of life and its impact on social interaction.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Dent Educational News
- Gifted Programs Available - Students in Dent that show intellectual giftedness can apply for admittance to the gifted program offered by Oak Hills Local School District. The program is available for students in kindergarten through the eighth grade.
- District Utilizes Google Education Tools - The Google Leadership Symposium recently came to Oak Hills Local School District. The purpose of the symposium was to offer insight into how students and teachers can use Google’s educational tools to make learning more meaningful.
- High School Students Have Flexible Credit Options - Oak Hills High School students can now earn credit in a new way. The Credit Flex program allows students to test out of subjects in which they already have mastery.
Dent 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: Preparing for College as a High School Sophomore
As a sophomore, students that are interested in a college education need to prepare academically, develop foundational skills and interests. October is a good time to take the PSAT to help prepare for the SAT, so the student needs to talk with the guidance counselor about setting this up. It is also important for students to sign up for activities that interest them. The amount of involvement in these activities is more important the number of activities a student is in. A record should be keep of all activities and employment the student is involved in. In addition, keep with the school work and save the best work in an academic portfolio. This is a good year to look through college materials, either at the school or on the computer. In the spring make sure to register for the Subject Test of the SAT. As the school year winds down, look into taking special programs, working or volunteering. Most important, continue reading.