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Edgewood District and Curriculum
The Kenton County Public School District is a large district that serves 14,600 students who are placed in the district’s 11 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, and 9 high schools. The district strives for all students to be supported by their teachers with quality instruction and opportunities to advance forward should they show exceled levels of learning throughout their K-12 education. The District does this by maintaining the standards of the Kentucky Core Academic Standards and the nationwide Common Core Standards Initiative, the latter specifically for the English language arts and math.
We currently cover the following Edgewood-area school district: Kenton County Public School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Edgewood District Curriculum
Kenton County Public School District is devoted to ensuring the success of its K-12 students; its teachers are dedicated to producing active citizens with a thirst for knowledge and the skills to ensure they are lifelong learners. Following the guidelines of the Common Core initiative for math, incoming middle school students are expected to know from memory multiplication facts up to 12 x 12. They will learn in 6th grade how to fluently add, subtract, and multiply whole digit numbers.
Understanding mathematical concepts is important to any student’s success in college; even if a student doesn’t pursue a degree requiring advanced math skills, the logic and problem-solving approach necessary to understanding math is an invaluable skill for anyone wishing to enter University or the workforce. Kenton County School District encourages its students to use the skills they’ve developed in their schools to apply for colleges and supports their student body with career fairs and information distributed throughout schools about the benefits of higher education.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Edgewood Educational News
- New Principal Named for White’s Tower Elementary - Tony Procaccino is the new principal of the district’s White Tower Elementary, bringing 16 years of experience to his position. He will oversee many aspects of teaching and learning, and ensure that the latest successful trends in education are turned into learning opportunities for his students.
- Kenton County School District Teachers Awarded Title of Outstanding Educators - Out of 19 teachers chosen overall, seven come from KCSD. These awards come from both students and teachers and gives the community a chance to honor the work of their teachers who go above and beyond every day. Of course, the students are also winners who have the chance to be educated by these outstanding teachers.
- Kentucky Board of Education Implements World Language Program - The state’s Board of Education will require all high schools to implement the World Language Program by the 2016-2017 school year. The program’s goal is to ensure that high school students have the opportunity to learn foreign languages before they graduate.
Edgewood 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: Setting Goals
In high school, you are constantly looking toward the future. Whether that means studying for an upcoming exam, planning for a school trip, or preparing for college, students can become overwhelmed by all of the tasks in front of them. Setting goals for yourself is a great way to practice time management skills, organization, and ultimately successful planning habits for the future, as well as giving you milestones to work toward. Use a calendar to write down all necessary due dates or other important dates that you may need to consult quickly before taking on another task. Set realistic goals, like finishing one assignment before taking on a larger one, so that you lessen the feeling of being overwhelmed by a large amount of work in front of you. Goals like finishing a book by a certain date or being sure to turn in college applications on time are often good ways to keep your schedule full but organized.