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Devils Lake, North Dakota Tutoring Programs
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Devils Lake District and Curriculum
The Devils Lake Public School District is committed “to develop responsible, productive and respectful citizens by providing quality education to all students in a safe and orderly environment.” Devils Lake schools also incorporate a well-defined and rigorous K-12 District Curriculum Development Process which guarantees up-to-date curricular offerings for every grade level. The Language Arts Curriculum has developed individual grade-level focused curricula based on achieving the following core standards: developing vocabulary, identifying and understanding key concepts, utilizing conventions of standard English, and strengthening communication and presentation skills.
We currently cover the following Devils Lake-area school districts: Devils Lake Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Devils Lake District Curriculum
The Mathematics curriculum for Devils Lake students is dedicated to teaching students the fundamentals of basic problem solving. The curriculum is concentrated on the four key areas of operations and algebraic thinking, measurement and data, geometry, and fractions and base ten. Students in grades K-8 are evaluated through the positive attitude of “I Can” worksheets that emphasize the skills students have acquired during the previous quarter. Students in grades 9-12 are then transitioned into a more challenging math curriculum.
The Devils Lake District Science curriculum encourages students to learn by exploring the world around them through the means of modern technology. SmartBoards and iPads are placed in classrooms to provide students with unlimited educational resources. Students are taught a standard curriculum focused on life, physical, and earth sciences with emphasis on the value each discipline performs in students’ everyday life. Students are expected to develop critical thinking skills through observing, questioning, and analyzing the modern world in which they live.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Devils Lake Educational News
- Technology Upgrades Coming To Devils Lake Schools - Two local companies, Leevers Foods and the Nash Finch Company, have come together to address technological improvements in the Devils Lake school classrooms. Their donations have provided for 300 iPads to be placed in 30 resource classrooms across all district schools.
- Healthier Lunches on the Menu at District Schools - All Devils Lake District School will begin providing meals that include more fruits, vegetables, and whole grained breads. Providing variety at meal time will also be a new standard for the school menu.
- Career Development Program - A grant totaling $500,000 grant was awarded to the Northeast Educational Services Cooperative to work with students in the Devils Lake area. The grant will provide for more educators and councilors whose goal is to prepare students for careers after high school.
Devils Lake 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 to Choose a College
Choosing a college to attend for four years is a big step and there are a number of considerations to be take into account. Some of the first basic questions should be about whether a small school or a large school would be the best fit. Geography, whether in an urban or non-urban environment is also a factor. The programs and research facilities available are of major importance because student's want to have the right fit for their potential major area of study.
If it is possible to visit the college, that's a great way to get a feel for the students, facilities and overall atmosphere. If a college visit is not practical, then doing a thorough review of the college website is the next best thing. There will be resources available to students to make inquiries and perhaps maintain contact with a staff member or student advisor at the college.