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Fort Dodge District and Curriculum

The Fort Dodge Community School District serves over 3,600 students within one high school, two middle schools, four elementary schools, and one early learning school. Their curriculum is designed to provide a quality education that encourages students to succeed in academics, athletics, the arts, and numerous other activities.

We currently cover the following Fort Dodge-area school district: Fort Dodge Community School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fort Dodge District Curriculum

In English Language Arts, students will determine the theme of a story as well as summarize it. They will describe characters and the setting, draw inferences, make connections, and compare and contrast different themes and topics. Students will write a variety of pieces including opinion, informative, explanatory, narrative, and do short research projects. Their writing will be clear and coherent and they will write in a range of styles.

In Mathematics, students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with whole numbers to solve problems. They will explore the concept of factors and multiples as well as generate and evaluate patterns. Students will use their understanding of place value and the different operations to solve multi-digit math problems. When working with fractions, students will build on their understanding of equivalence, ordering, decimal notation for fractions, and comparisons. Students will study measurement and conversions from larger to smaller units.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Fort Dodge Educational News

  • Over 500 Students Given BUG Awards - Bring Up Grades, BUG, awards were handed out by the Fort Dodge Noon Kiwanis club. Over 560 first through fourth grade students earned this award.
  • Students Celebrate Implementation of Rachel’s Challenge - Fort Dodge Community School District and St. Edmond Catholic School came together to celebrate a successful five months of Rachel’s Challenge. Rachel’s Challenge is a community effort to encourage acts of kindness and inclusion.
  • Miles of Pennies Earns Over $8,000 - Elementary and middle school students collected pennies, competed in different competitions, and accepted donations. Everything collected helped to provide finances for school related projects.

Fort Dodge 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: Ways to Help Your Child Learn Math Without Them Knowing

Whether your child wants to admit it not, math is everywhere. You can turn daily events into fun math problems for your child to solve, and they won’t even realize they are doing math! The grocery store is a great place to practice mathematical skills. Take your grocery list and have your child write the prices next to each item. Have them estimate the total and see how close they get when you check out. As you count out the dollar bills, give them a handful of change and have them count out how much change is due. If an older sibling is playing a sport, like baseball, instead of having your younger child just sit and watch, give them some paper and a pencil to keep track of each batter’s balls and strikes. Another great place is the kitchen using recipes. Sorting and measuring ingredients leads to practice with fractions and conversions. The possibilities are practically endless!