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Dubuque District and Curriculum

The mission of the Dubuque Community School District is to graduate world-class citizens in a safe and supportive learning environment. As an Iowa State school, Dubuque Community Schools follow the basic standards of the Iowa Core Curriculum.

We currently cover the following Dubuque-area school district: Dubuque Community Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dubuque District Curriculum

Elementary school learners receive a solid foundation in core subjects such as Math, Science and Language Arts. Math instruction in K-5 includes arithmetic, counting, algebraic thinking, basic geometry and measurement and data. Topics covered in Science include designing simple experiments involving life science and physical science. Literacy goals for the early years include phonics, word awareness and general fluency in reading and speaking. Later in elementary school, students are expected to read and understand more complex texts, as well as making inferences form context.

In Dubuque middle schools, students continue on to learn beginning statistics and algebra in their Math classes. In Science, they conduct more sophisticated experiments and use critical thinking skills to explain the differences between predictions and outcomes. Language arts classes teach students to think more abstractly and globally about texts, drawing and compiling evidence from multiple sources to reach a thesis.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Dubuque Educational News

  • 85 Year-Old Dubuque Woman Earns GED - An 85 year-old woman from Dubuque recently completed her GED in 59 days. After raising two children and taking care of an ill husband for ten years, she decided she wanted to complete her high school education. She received her diploma at Northeast Iowa Community College.
  • Jefferson Middle School Students Kick Off Anti-Bullying Campaign - Two Jefferson Middle School students, after seeing the movie "Bully," were inspired to start an effort to reduce bullying in their school. With the help of their guidance counselor, they started the Anti-Bullying Alliance, which meets once a week to discuss how to keep schools a safe and inclusive environment.
  • Literacy Program at Lincoln Elementary School - The Lead 21 Program was recently implemented in K-5 classrooms in the Dubuque school district. One third grade classroom at Lincoln Elementary made this project their own by writing questions for and interviewing video game producers, doctors, football players and other people of interest to the students.

Dubuque 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 the SAT

Students and parents of college-bound students should know about the Scholastic Aptitude Test, or SAT. It's a globally recognized test used by colleges to determine how much students have learned and how they well they can apply what they've learned. The College Board says that the best way to prepare for the test is gradually over time, by taking challenging courses, studying hard and reading and writing outside of class. Although short-term cramming probably won't increase scores a whole lot, it's always a good idea to become familiar with the format by taking practice tests. The College Board site offers free practice tools such as practice tests, sample questions and Words of the Day. Check your local library for SAT prep books. Hiring a SAT tutor might also prove helpful, especially if you start sessions well before you sit for the test.

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