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Fort Morgan District and Curriculum

The Morgan County School District RE-3 serves the educational needs of children in the Fort Morgan area. The district is committed to fostering a love of lifelong learning in each student through inspired teaching and creative learning opportunities. The faculty and staff at each of the district’s nine schools provide a positive learning environment for all students and are dedicated to excellence in education. Students acquire academic skills needed to be successful in the modern world and are also empowered to be confident, courageous, caring, and responsible citizens.

We currently cover the following Fort Morgan-area school district: Morgan County School District RE-3.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fort Morgan District Curriculum

Students in Fort Morgan schools receive a comprehensive mathematics education. Younger children learn the basics such as addition and subtraction, place value, and basic fractions. In the middle grades, kids learn the order of operations and how to simplify rational expressions. They also work with square roots and learn how to determine interest. Once in high school, mathematics instruction focuses on learning the negative number system, including how to add, subtract, multiply and divide negative numbers. Students work with algorithms as well, learning how to formulate and apply them effectively.

The Morgan County Schools’ science curriculum helps students develop a deeper understanding of the physical world around them. Teachers use experiential exercises that get kids involved in manipulating objects, formulating hypotheses, and recording accurate data. Students learn how to observe events, predict what will happen next, and interpret data. Newton’s law is also studied, and provides insight into laws of motion.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Fort Morgan Educational News

  • Migrant Education Newcomer Academy - To meet the unique needs of children that have migrated to Fort Morgan from outside the country, the Morgan County School District has established the Migrant Education Newcomer Academy. The focus of the academy is to help students acquire English language skills, transition into American culture, and acquire academic skills.
  • Alternative School Fosters Success - Lincoln High School offers educational opportunities for at-risk youth who need a second chance. Utilizing low student-to-teacher ratios and an emphasis on teamwork, the school helps kids feel a sense of belonging that drives them to reach their goals.
  • STEM Education Foundation - The Colorado Technology Association has begun a nonprofit organization to fund programming that encourages children to get involved in science and technology related courses of study.

Fort Morgan 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: The Positives of Social Media in the Classroom

Engaging students in the use of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms is likely a scary thought for many teachers. But lessons can be learned from social media in terms of how to harness kids’ affection for communicating via photos and short bursts of text. Teachers can make an otherwise boring lesson instantly more engaging by utilizing hashtags on Twitter. For example, social studies students can use the platform to explore what other people are saying about current events, such as Supreme Court rulings. Students could also use Facebook to interact with students from other states or nations, as well as subject matter experts in the fields of history, geography, or economics. YouTube presents many opportunities for educational research, as well as for highly creative and engaging student presentations.