Dighton, Massachusetts Tutoring Programs
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Dighton District and Curriculum
Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District serves over 3,200 students who live in the communities of Dighton and Rehoboth. The district follows the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks which uses Common Core Expectations in Math and Language Arts and which is aligned to the state assessment program. The standards for each core subject are detailed according to grade level and provide both a scope and sequence for learning that teachers are expected to follow. The standards introduce critical thinking skills in each subject so that students continually develop important skills like scientific reasoning, literary analysis, and mathematical problem-solving.
We currently cover the following Dighton-area school district: Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dighton District Curriculum
Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District utilizes the Everyday Math program in grades PK-4. This comprehensive elementary-level math program, which was developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Program, has been implemented successfully in 185,000 classrooms and by three million students across the U.S. A key hallmark of the program is that it involves real-life problem solving; concepts are not taught in isolation but are presented in contexts that are relevant to students’ lives.
The program uses balanced instruction—both in terms of independent, partner, small-group, and whole-class work as well as teacher-directed, open-ended, hands-on, and ongoing practice activities. Linked programs help parents keep track of what students are learning in Everyday Math in school as well as incorporate relevant activities in the home. In all content areas at the elementary level, the district uses standards-based report cards based on rubrics to demonstrate students’ performance in each area.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Dighton Educational News
- Dighton Rehoboth Freshmen Dive into History - In honor of National History Day, all Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High world history ninth graders completed projects centered on the theme of “Leadership and Legacy in History.” Students were required to research, analyze, and synthesize historical information and present it to their class. Students with exceptional projects moved onto school-wide and then district-wide competition; project themes included Princess Diana, Steve Jobs, and Nelson Mandela.
- Students Learn the Importance of Standing Up to Bullying - Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High students participated in several activities during Anti-Bullying Intervention Week, including completing a 28-question survey about bullying, performing bullying skits, and participating in a discussion panel held by the Guidance Department. While students were assured administration would do everything possible to provide a safe environment for them, counselors emphasized the importance of students standing up to bullying.
- Leo Club Members Attend Mid-Winter Conference - Fourteen members of the Dighton-Rehoboth Leo Club traveled to Hyannis for the annual Lions Mid-Winter Conference in order to discuss club events and future plans with club members from around the region. They also met with the District Governor and International Director, who challenged the students to continue to raise money for research hospitals around Massachusetts, which have already received over $31 million from the Massachusetts Lions Club. Lions International is the largest charity organization in the world.
Dighton 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: Senior Year
This is a busy year as students feel the pressure of preparing for college classes on their shoulders. This is the year the student needs to focus on the application process and colleges will watch how the student does. Final college visits should be completed before the school year begins, although some can be scheduled in the early fall. If there is need, SAT, ACT or Subject tests can be taken in October. The college list should be finalized in November or December and the student needs to pay close attention to their grades. Begin gathering all the financial information needed for applying for FAFSA. Then by January, all college applications should be submitted and the FAFSA should be filed as close to the beginning of January as possible. Beginning in March, students will begin to hear from colleges, most will give the student until May 1 to make decisions on where they wish to attend.