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Greenwood District and Curriculum

One of the most exciting components of the Greenwood curriculum is the adoption of ‘blended learning’ at the middle and high schools during the previous academic year. Specifically this is a progressive program that allows students to access academic content and instruction through an online format giving the child autonomy in their pace of learning. It has received exceptional reviews and will be used as a vehicle for learning in the next school year.

We currently cover the following Greenwood-area school district: Greenwood Community School Corporation.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Greenwood District Curriculum

The school district recently adopted a new reading textbook series titled ‘Reading Street’ published by Pearson. Every lesson is aligned to the Common Core State Standards and incorporates 21st century media and technology skills. It offers a fine balance between fiction and informational text; exposing students to regular writing for a range of purposes, and integrated content.

Greenwood staff, students and parents have also been introduced to another rigorous program entitled ‘Renaissance Learning’. It is designed to accelerate learning, energize classrooms, and help staff and students develop and meet academic goals. Families are able to sign into the program from home to track their child’s progress in the curricular areas of reading and math. Overall, this is an exceptional support tool for all involved in the educational process.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Greenwood Educational News

  • Greenwood Schools Hires New Superintendent - Greenwood Public Schools has recently hired a new superintendent. In a message from Dr. Kent DeKoninck he promised the district to oversee the implementation of the Continuous Improvement Plan as well as to make himself available to parents and the community through regular roundtable sessions and luncheons. He is committed to continuing the excellent delivery of services which Greenwood Schools is known for.
  • Greenwood Community High School in the News - Greenwood Community High School was recognized in the U.S. News and World Report recently. Receiving a national ranking of bronze the periodical noted that the of the nearly 1200 students in attendance AP participation is approximately 20%; with a student teacher ratio of 20:1. Also, English proficiency is an exceptional 84% and Algebra Proficiency is higher at a whopping 89%!
  • Fire Dept Visits Greenwood Elementary Schools - The Greenwood Fire Department visits all Greenwood community elementary schools two times each school year – spring and fall. The fall visit is designed to teach the class fire safety rule ‘stop, drop and roll’ as well as other fire safety tips. In the spring, students learn severe weather training and other valuable information.

Greenwood 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: Resources for Budding Astronomers

Parents often ask what they can do to ensure their child achieves in the classroom. What follows are some tips that educators have come to agree upon as supportive activities in the quest for knowledge. First, routine is extremely important. Children should have a regular bedtime and morning schedule that supports learning. Also, children should read every day; read to parents, siblings, pets and neighborhood friends. Another consideration is that meals and snacks should be healthy. Take time to research diets that are believed to improve mental and physical health. Finally, make learning a part of your daily experience. Learn as a family; and set aside a quiet area for homework and study. Model a love of learning and your children will follow suit.