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Gresham District and Curriculum

The Gresham-Barlow School District follows the state-wide curriculum for core academic learning. Students develop a range of foundational skills and content knowledge in their early years, and during high school, GBSD offers a vast array of programs that can help students prepare for their next steps of work and learning. Common Core Standards are used in Math and Language Arts and focus on their major topics such as algebra, geometry, and statistics, and then detailing the skills that go into achieving proficiency in each topic.

We currently cover the following Gresham-area school district: Gresham-Barlow School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Gresham District Curriculum

The Gresham-Barlow School District is focused on creating vitally literate thinkers. Core content in Reading, Mathematics, Science, Language, Writing, and Social Sciences adheres to State Standards set forth by the Oregon Department of Education. With OAKS (Online Assessment Achievement Standards), both students and teachers can be assured that standards are kept high and problem areas are identified early.

Teachers and students are provided with technological resources through eSIS (Electronic Student Information System) which enables data to be made available throughout the district, ensuring a uniform and consistent method of meeting standards. With such focus paid to achieving high literacy and academic levels, along with the use of quality and current books and materials, students get prepared for their next stages in life.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Gresham Educational News

  • Literacy by Design - Over the winter, a four-day event was held by the Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation to benefit their reading campaign. During this event, students from district high schools called parents and community members in search of donations. Literally by “Answering the Call,” donors were able to take active part in growing and shaping the elementary reading program “Literacy by Design.”
  • Volunteer Opportunities - This year, the Oasis volunteer program is looking to add volunteers to their ranks in the hopes of pairing caring adults with students who are struggling with reading. Working one-on-one with a student, by giving just one hour per week during the school day, local Oasis volunteers can positively make an impact on a child’s educational career, and life. No teaching experience is required, and Oasis provides the necessary training and materials.
  • Principal for a Day - Recently, twenty-one local Gresham area community and business leaders were given the rare privilege of being named “Principal for a Day.” Nothing helps gain understanding like stepping into someone else’s shoes, so to speak, and these lucky leaders were given a unique insight into the complex needs of the school system. Assuming the role of Principal in selected district schools, provided them the opportunity to connect with the students and witness first-hand how they are being readied for success in the future.

Gresham 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: The Importance of Being at School On-Time

It may not seem like the most critical aspect of learning, but being on-time to school is an important component of academic success. Studies conducted by the U.S. Department of Education have found that truancy plays a major part in falling grades, resulting in struggling students. Students who miss the morning hours of the school day, shown to be the optimum hours for student learning, often under-achieve. This is one area where parents can establish a routine and expectations early in life, which becomes the students norm as they grow older.