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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Grantsville District Curriculum

Students are asked to work with a wide variety of types of math problems and informational and literary texts in all subjects, with the focus on being able to answer questions, solve problems, and provide evidence and reasoning for their answers. In addition, schools in Tooele County have developed a science curriculum based on the Benchmarks for Science Literacy, a set of goals for students that makes sure they have a basic understanding of the various fields of science, as well as an understanding of scientific process.

The goal of the science program is to produce science-literate adults who can understand the importance of science in our modern world. Students begin their study of science in elementary school, where it is integrated with their math and reading lessons to reinforce skills across topics. Junior high and high school students take courses which approach the fields of science through integrating them around key themes.

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Grantsville District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

Tooele County School District is bringing its curriculum into line with the Utah Core Standards, as are all Utah schools. The goal of the Utah Core is to ensure that students are college and career ready by the time they graduate from high school. The basic criteria of the Utah Core is that students must learn problem-solving and analytic skills, focusing on the core skills of literacy and numeracy, in order to make them able to deal with the problems they will face in their future education, and in their careers.

We currently cover the following Grantsville-area school district: Tooele County School District.

Keeping Informed: Recent Grantsville Educational News

  • Utah Writes - As students begin to become familiar with the new writing assessments that are given statewide, they can also access the Utah Writes website which provides an array of resources for students to help prepare for the tests and track their progress. The site also gives parents useful information about what their children can expected to be asked to demonstrate on these assessments.
  • Staying Connected - For students and parents in the Tooele District, there is a new way to keep current on events and news from the district. There is a twitter feed and an RSS feed that is available by free subscription so that news comes right to one's inbox or telephone as specified.
  • Utah Education Network - The Utah Education Network offers a one-stop resource for families to keep in touch with new learning initiatives and opportunities across the state. There are explanations and links to information about the Common Core Curriculum which the state is implementing and information about upcoming education-related events.

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Chalk Talk: Connections in the Classroom

The new emphasis in educational philosophy, particularly in the early grades, is on showing students how different subjects interact with each other. The purpose of this is to make sure that students understand that the skills they are developing can apply in different circumstances and matter in different ways. You can help reinforce this lesson by drawing connections when you are talking with your student about schoolwork, or any other topic. When you visit a museum, talk about how the artists, art historians, and preservationist use their reading skills to research pieces, or math and science to protect them and determine their age. Talk about how you use reading and math skills in your job, or ask other adults to connect those skills to their careers.


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