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Evans District and Curriculum
The Evans County Schools use the comprehensive Colorado Academic Standards to guide the learning process for all students. The CAS describes what students are expected to learn in each subject and how that learning is applicable in the real world. Further, students are encouraged to explore areas of learning that interest them such as the arts, engineering, languages and other subjects that will also support their long term goals. Students are also expected to perform community service as a requirement of graduation.
We currently cover the following Evans-area school district: Weld County School District 6.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Evans District Curriculum
The Social Studies curriculum helps students explore the geography, culture and politics of their region as well as the nation. Students also get a chance to study other countries and learn about different forms of government or economic policies. These concepts help them understand the world of politics, international relations and other fields which may suit them as a career. Students also get a chance to conduct research and work on independent projects based on their interests in the world and develop academic research skills.
The technology curriculum has been amplified in recent years to reflect the needs of students graduating in the 21st century. Students have plenty of opportunity to use technology and learn about how it works in classes ranging from web design and programming to robotics. Students are challenged to be collaborative, innovative and creative, and develop thinking skills that will help them in their post-secondary pursuits in the 21st century.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Evans Educational News
- 8th Grade Career Expo - The 8th Grade Career Expo is an annual event that helps 8th graders get excited about the transition to high school by looking at possibilities for future careers, many of which they may have never considered. This is also a great opportunity for community partnerships and local businesses providing their insight and expertise to the students.
- Bella Romero Academy - The Bella Romero Academy of Applied Technology is a magnet program for students in elementary and middle school. The program is housed in one local school so that students have continuity in their education; core academics are integrated with plenty of opportunities to learn about and create with technology.
- Achieve Summer Academy - The Achieve Summer Academy is an annual summer learning opportunity for students in the district. The program allows students to access enrichment services that can help them catch up or advance in core subjects in an academically supportive environment. The program is full-day so that students begin by having breakfast with their peers and continue through the day in various classes and activities.
Evans 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: Measuring the Impact of Learning Initiatives
When conducting research or gauging the effect of a new initiative, the educator must first come up with a question that he/she would like to explore; for instance: “Does the use of e-readers increase students’ motivation to read?” (Secondary questions may be necessary as well.) The question should be based on a problem—for example, students lacking a motivation to read. Next, teachers will have to decide the procedures they will carry out for each week that the study lasts. This includes data collection methods—some examples which were given above—which are critical to providing evidence. After the study concludes, teachers should determine approximately three findings in relation to their research question(s) based on the data that they collected (for example: “The use of e-readers slightly increases students’ motivation to read”). Finally, they should interpret these findings and their implications for their future instruction. If teachers find their research to have been worthwhile, they should formally write it up and present it to their building principal.