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Greensburg District and Curriculum
The Greensburg-Salem School District adheres closely to Pennsylvania Core State Standards in English/Language Arts (reading, writing, speaking and listening), Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Students also have the opportunity to participate in technology programs (including computer science) as early as middle school, as well as extensive athletics, the arts, and music.
We currently cover the following Greensburg-area school district: Greensburg-Salem School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Greensburg District Curriculum
Throughout elementary and middle school, students are expected to meet or exceed standards in core subjects, and each student is individually monitored to see where they are in the process. For example, in Grade 3 reading comprehension, students are expected to answer questions about the main ideas, characters, and setting in a story that is chosen by the teacher. By Grade 5, from a more complicated story the teacher chooses, students will answer those questions, as well as identify the themes present.
The high school curriculum focuses on the senior project, which is a culminating project that students begin with meetings in their freshman year. By the sophomore year, each student is expected to choose a topic, which will integrate job shadowing and career exploration with academic learning. The portfolio presented in the senior year will blend key skills in reading, writing, and speaking as students present their project to faculty and other students.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Greensburg Educational News
- Students Give Back - High school students in the Greensburg-Salem School District chose to raise funds and donate food to the local food bank as a wintertime community service. All early morning classes held competitions to see which class could collect the most nonperishable food, and proceeds from a football game went to the week-long fundraiser. The entire student body took part in the charitable activity.
- Athletes Present Program in Statewide Athletics - Five high school students were chosen from the Greensville-Salem School District to represent the district at the Western Pennsylvania Sportsmanship Conference. The conference focused upon ways to help students develop leadership skills and display positive values. Each student spoke about concrete suggestions to help others on their sports team and in the community.
- Exchange Students at Home in Greensburg - High school students from the Greensburg-Salem School District hosted exchange students who were staying with host families in Pennsylvania during a special weekend. The exchange students, who were from a number of different countries around the world, went to classes at the high school and had fun around the community. They even got to march in the December city parade.
Greensburg 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: Senior Project Work Under Construction
The high school senior project begins with the first day of kindergarten. Students begin working on language arts, math, and science skills that will help them develop and present it. By high school, they should have the skills they will need to develop a high quality project and make good choices about what they will do. Throughout this process, students will be able to connect the areas of knowledge that most impact them and find ways to construct new ideas from these connections.