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Freetown District and Curriculum

Freetown Lakeville Regional School District is home to three elementary schools, and intermediate school, and Apponoquet Regional High School. The schools follow the progression of learning standards laid out in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks and incorporates the goals of Common Core in English Language Arts and Math. The standards are written so that they describe the types of skills, concepts, and knowledge that students should learn at each grade level but do not prescribe how teachers should instruct students in each objective. Beyond core learning, there are also many courses that help students pursue their talents while they also prepare for post-secondary life pursuing their own academic and professional goals.

We currently cover the following Freetown-area school district: Freetown Lakeville Regional School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Freetown District Curriculum

Apponoquet Regional High offers various unique courses, including Presentational Technology Tools, E-Commerce, Desktop Publishing, Horror Fiction, Rock and Roll: The History of Our Music, Computers and Music: The 21st Century, Cultures in Conflict: Exploring Global Issues, Criminal Law, Personal Finance, Research Methods, Hispanic Cultures & Lifestyles, etc. The school follows MassCore, which outlines the state’s recommendation for the minimum requirements for college and career readiness.

This includes at least four units of English, four units of math, three units of lab sciences, three units of social studies (including U.S. and world histories), two units of the same world language, one unit of fine arts, five units of additional courses (electives), and four career development experiences. Freshmen and sophomore career development experiences consist of career interest inventories, job shadows, and service learning experiences. In the junior and senior years, these may involve internships, summer college programs senior and capstone projects, and work-based learning experiences.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Freetown Educational News

  • Apponoquet High Hosts Exchange Student - Apponoquet High School and the community hosted a 15-year-old exchange student from Monterrey, Mexico. Before coming to the school, she already knew English and came to school in America to perfect her English. She has studied the English language since the age of six and enrolled in a language academy in her hometown She has become involved at her new high school, joining the drama club.
  • Apponoquet High Students Place First in Business Competition - Junior Achievement if Southern Massachusetts and Bristol County Savings Bank partnered to host the Titan Business Challenge, which featured 68 teams from 15 area high schools. Apponoquet High's Lakers 5 team finished first in the competition, with each of these students earning a $1,000 scholarship to a university of their choice. If any of these students decides to attend UMass-Dartmouth, the location of this competition, the university will match the scholarship award.
  • Apponoquet Junior Delivers Warm Blankets to Snowed-In Elderly - As a part of her "Surprise-a-Senior" community service project, an Apponoquet High junior hopped on board with Meals on Wheels drivers to surprise some senior citizens with fleece blankets and donated books during the cold and snowy Massachusetts winter. She first came up with the idea when she got to know and made friends with people who are part of Lakeville Council of Aging (COA), which her mother is the president of. The community-oriented student and a friend made all the blankets, which required no sewing but each took about 45 minutes to an hour to complete, from donated fleece.

Freetown 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: Algebra 1 and 2

Algebra generally comprises two of the three math classes students are required to take to graduate high school. Ninth and advanced eighth graders take algebra 1, while eleventh and advanced tenth graders enroll in algebra 2, meaning there is usually a year in-between reserved for geometry. Algebra 1 often starts out with an introduction to and review of necessary concepts such as variables, exponents and powers, order of operations, and equations and inequalities. In algebra 1, students solve linear equations of various types and involving all operations, graph and write equations and functions, work with square roots and solve the more complex quadratic equations, and work with polynomials and factoring; each concept becomes increasingly more complex. Algebra 2 involves many of these same concepts as well as more work with functions, simplifying expressions, using matrices to solve equations, using logarithms to solve exponential equations, and using binomial theorem.