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Exeter District and Curriculum

The Exeter-West Greenwich Regional School District uses a comprehensive curriculum that lays out the framework for each subject by detailing the objectives at each grade level. The objectives are used by teachers to plan their lessons by describing what skills, knowledge and concepts students should be gaining. These objectives are then tested on classroom and statewide assessments.

We currently cover the following Exeter-area school district: Exeter-West Greenwich Regional School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Exeter District Curriculum

The Common Core Standards are being implemented in districts throughout Rhode Island as they represent a complete series of learning goals in Math and Language Arts that bring about the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed at college or the workforce. The Common Core establishes goals in reading, writing, listening and speaking, and touches upon media studies, research skills and how to gather information. A major focus at all grade levels is also on ways to increase a student’s vocabulary.

The Math curriculum is planned to teach students the fundamentals of numeracy, algebraic operations, geometry, statistics and provides objectives for advanced math like trigonometry, statistics and calculus. From elementary school on, students are introduced to topics in pattern recognition, shape and spatial awareness, ratios and probabilities all of which build to an ability to handle the expectations of full year courses in these individual math topics.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Exeter Educational News

  • Partnership With Parents - Partnership With Parents is an outreach effort by the district to connect with parents and provide informational resources, workshop sessions on topics like supporting learning at home, and seeking feedback to improve the school experience for the students.
  • EWG Sports4Kids - EWG Sports4Kids is your one-stop resource for information on the athletic options available in the area for kids of all ages. From practice schedule to information on upcoming games and events, parents will see there is a lot available for their kids to participate in.
  • Guidance Services - For students and families, during the planning process for college applications, the Guidance Department has a wealth of resources to tap into. From understanding the FAFSA to finding scholarships, and even helping students locate enrichment opportunities, there is much to be gained by accessing the guidance services.

Exeter 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: Helping Kids Develop Critical Thinking Skills

One of the most useful things that parents can do to support learning at home is to help children develop their critical thinking skills. These include analysis, interpretation, reflection, evaluation and other subjective modes of thought. Through many simple interactions, parents can ask questions that get their kids thinking about the deeper meaning of something. From discussing the plot of a movie or discussing why another child may do something at school, children are able to develop some analytic insight. Another way parents can help is to discuss media viewing and how to recognize good versus suspect information; this increase a child's' ability to evaluate information later on. Also, always asking your child what they think about any topic being discussed is a great way to keep their brain engaged and growing.