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Great Bend District and Curriculum

USD 428 Great Bend Public School District’s curriculum follows the Kansas College and Career Ready Common Core Standards. To meet the district’s mission of educating students to be lifelong learners and responsible citizens, teachers provide instruction that promotes technology, critical thinking and problem solving. Core standards are combined with career-oriented courses and technology rich learning experiences to prepare students for the demands of post-secondary life.

We currently cover the following Great Bend-area school district: Great Bend Unified School District 428.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Great Bend District Curriculum

During the elementary years, the basic focus is on literacy, communication, math, science and social studies so that students develop the learning habits associated with each subject. The literacy program has increased its scope so as to include a good amount of non-fiction so that students develop strong literacy skills in each subject.

Extensive support services are also available for students through the Barton County Special Services Center, and the Panther Enrichment Program provides resources for students after school to complete assignments, conduct study groups, meet with teachers for extra assistance, and make up missed work. Students, parents, and teachers may also utilize the services of the PTRC, the Parent Teacher Resource Center, for resources and supplies for projects. Advanced Placement courses are offered for high school students, and programs of study in fine arts, career and technical education, communications, and foreign language are also available.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Great Bend Educational News

  • Kansas Day - Lincoln Elementary School second grade students enjoyed a visit from an educator from the Kansas Wetlands Education Center. Students learned about Kansas state symbols during the 153rd Birthday of the Sunflower State and had the chance to see an ornate box turtle. Students also learned about the bison, ringed tiger salamander, western meadowlark, cottonwood tree, and honey bee during the presentation.
  • FBLA Elementary Programs - Students from the Future Business Leaders of America of Great Bend High School recently presented ideas to school administrators that would teach elementary students the importance of community service and American enterprise. These projects, entitled “Miniature Money Makers” and “Kids for Our Community,” would allow high school students the chance to lead and inspire elementary students to be active in helping others in their community. Members of FBLA were given permission to begin planning and implementing their projects, which will be part of the annual state competition.
  • Great Bend Body Venture - 5th grade students from throughout the Great Bend District recently learned about the human body through the Great Bend Body Venture. Grade school nurses and high school students from Great Bend created the event, which included an inflatable presentation. Students learned about the vital organs of the body, how to take care of our organs, and what effects drugs have on organs.

Great Bend 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: Technology and Learning

Our children live in an ever-changing world with technology at the center. From Smart phones to tablets, they are connected and engaged, so it is important that we jump on the technology wave in in the classroom and at home to keep our children ‘in the know’. At home, you may create webquests that allow children to research a topic by reading articles, playing games, or viewing videos on the topic. You can use technology to play or design game for skill-building, or allow children to create their own presentations using different media. Encourage students to create projects using the technology that is available, from designing their own websites or blogs to producing their own videos and movies. By embracing new technology, we improve the success of our students because we tap in to the world they know and use.