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Gladstone District and Curriculum

Gladstone School District enables students to enter the world prepared. This is done by following the Common Core Standards and allowing educators to demonstrate their individuality in the curriculum. The Common Core Standards provide the series of learning objectives that teachers must follow to ensure students learn all facets of the subject during their progression through the grades, teachers may then determine the best way to instruct their students in these objectives.

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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Gladstone District Curriculum

Mathematics, at Gladstone Schools, is initiated in kindergarten as children begin to find out about number sense. They learn how to attach a number to an object when they are counting. This opens the door to their finding out about addition, and subtraction, even multiplication and division eventually. They then use these new skills to learn how to solve other equations in algebra, and then they advance to geometry, statistics or calculus.

Students at Gladstone Schools learn that science is everywhere they look. They discover life cycles of various things, such as plants and animals. They also learn about the different systems that allow these things to live and how they have adapted to survive in a variety of environments. Eventually, these students learn how humans impact the lives of different living beings and ecosystems and what can be done to make sure this impact is positive.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Gladstone Educational News

  • National Forensics League - The National Forensics League is the honor society for speech and debate teams. Through this group students learn how to debate on various topics. This helps build their confidence when speaking in front of groups. They learn how to build critical thinking skills while they explore every side of an issue. In addition, they are able to build solid points of view.
  • National Honor Society - National Honor Society inducts students that show a high level of academics, leadership, service and character. Those students that show these characteristics, and are recommended by teachers, are then invited to be a part of this organization.
  • FBLA - The Future Business Leaders of America is aimed at students who feel they would like to work in the business field, perhaps as an entrepreneur. Through their meetings, students hear professionals share what their jobs are and what was required to obtain this job. Students are invited to take part in conferences and competitions where they can hone the skills that are needed to succeed in the business world.

Gladstone 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: Third-Grade Science Learning

Science Curriculum varies from one state to another but generally in third grade students begin to learn about science concepts and processes. They will come across new terminology including evidence, models, form and function and explanation. They will begin to study simple systems and subsystems, sound and how it travels and is produced, what an organism is and its needs and habitats. This is an exciting year for these young learners as they move from the sidelines to becoming scientists.