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Grants Pass District and Curriculum

Grants Pass Schools help students reach their goals by integrating hands-on experiences with field trips and by following the Oregon Standards for Education. All of the academic and elective courses share the common goal of preparing students for college and career. Besides preparing students to be ready for post-secondary academics or entry into the workforce, students are also prepared to be responsible citizen capable of understanding how their actions and decisions impact the world around them.

We currently cover the following Grants Pass-area school district: Grants Pass School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Grants Pass District Curriculum

Grants Pass Schools believe that science is all around and to prove this they offer their students a variety of experiences. Some of the classes use the internet to re-enforce what they have learned in class. This is in addition to field trips that are taken to a local lake to study decomposition, plants, lake formation and migration. These students are also shown how to find the needs of living things by growing radish seeds and how to conduct observations and communicate findings about plant growth.

Social Studies covers many time periods and places in the world for students to learn about. When studying the Middle Ages, some of the students may be able to participate in a medieval feast. Other students discover the water issues that are faced by some continents, such as Africa, or while studying ship building they may make their own paper boat and sail it through an obstacle course. By including as many physical experiences as possible, students have the opportunity to see how actions can affect the world.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Grants Pass Educational News

  • Academic Masters - Academic Masters is a scholastic event where students compete against other schools. The students answer questions in the areas of mathematics, science, history, music and English. The students are presented with questions and then given five minutes to frame an argument, or in the case of music, play a piece of music. The Grants Pass students recently performed very well in competition.
  • Performing Arts - The Thespians organization is an outlet for students that have a desire toward the theatre, whether on the stage or behind the scenes. This group competes against other schools at Thespian Conferences. While there, they can observe plays or they may be asked to perform one-act plays of their own creation.
  • Book Battle - Book Battle is an annual state-wide event. Teams of four must read books from a list of suggestions. They are then asked questions based on the books. Each round consists of 16 questions and may take over a week to compete. Teams that compete successfully then go on to compete at the state level.

Grants Pass 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: Tips When Faced With a New School

Whether due to redistricting or due to a family move, a new school can be a scary place for any child. To help with this transition, here are some ideas. First of all is to keep the lines of communication open. Talk to the child about the fears they face as they are entering this new world and give them support to help them feel like this is not unusual. Next is to volunteer in the school. As the child sees your familiar face, they will begin to feel more comfortable in their surrounding. Last of all, find out if there are any email lists that the teacher uses to keep parents up to date and then sign up for them. By following these steps, the change in schools may be easier for the parent and the child.