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Freeport District and Curriculum
K-12 students in Freeport are educated in the Freeport Public School District. There are eight schools in the district, including several schools with a specific focus. Archer Street School is focused on language arts, math, and technology, while Bayview Avenue School specializes in the arts and sciences. There is also an international school and an exploration and discovery school. As a result of the varied educational programs available in the district, students develop strong academic skills. This is evidenced by the district’s high graduation rates and academic honors bestowed upon its graduates. Extracurricular activities supplement the classroom learning, and promote the development of personal skills that are required for success in the classroom, on the field, and beyond.
We currently cover the following Freeport-area school district: Freeport Public School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Freeport District Curriculum
Social studies students in Freeport explore many different aspects of history, geography, government, and economics. In elementary school, students begin by learning about the characteristics that make them unique, and which connect them to others, including race, gender, and language. Students learn how these characteristics are determined in large part by geography, including one’s neighborhood, city, state, or country. Elementary students also explore basic human needs, such as procurement of food and water, and how those needs determined where ancient humans settled and developed villages.
Freeport’s technology curriculum engages students in studies of various aspects of the development and use of technology. Students examine engineering design, noting the processes that are undertaken to design, test, and produce technology. Learners look at the resources required for production of technology, including tools, materials, and manpower. The use of computers is explored, with students identifying the wide range of uses that computers have in the modern world. Students also take part in exercises designed to help them utilize computers and related technologies to meet their personal, social, and academic needs.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Freeport Educational News
- Dual Language Program Offered - Freeport Public Schools offers a dual language program for non-native English speakers. The program inserts two teachers, one of whom speaks Spanish, into K-6 classrooms to promote the development of English-Spanish proficiency.
- District Implements New Technology Plan - Freeport Public Schools seeks to improve the technology it uses in the process of educating students. One of the district’s goals is to have a student-to-computer ratio of 2:1 by 2017.
- Freeport’s First Magnet School - The New Vision School, Freeport’s first magnet school, centers its educational programs on self-discovery. Many of the school’s projects involve thematic and evidence-based learning while helping students connect learning with personal interests.
Freeport 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.
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