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Guadalupe District and Curriculum
The curriculum used in the schools that students in Guadalupe attend takes a multi-faceted approach to the instructional process. The curriculum aligns the goals for instruction with the expectations for learning, and this is used to create assessments that measure achievement for students as well as the efficacy of instruction.
The California Content Standards and the Common Core Standards provide all subjects with this type of framework. Language Arts is designed to provide the breadth of communication and literacy skills that students are to be prepared with for college and career goals. Reading for meaning, and writing for a variety of purposes are also central goals. The conventions and proper usage of the language, along with speaking and listening, are also goals laid out in the curriculum. These skills are gained through the reading, written responses, and classroom discussions students have.
We currently cover the following Guadalupe-area school district: Guadalupe Union School District, Santa Barbara Unified School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Guadalupe District Curriculum
In Math, students move through a series of learning experiences that provides them with a basic understanding of mathematic operations and moves them toward the ability to construct mathematic models, analyze data, use equations and functions, and to reason with abstract and quantitative processes. In Science, students are expected to learn universal principles of Biology, Earth and Life Science, Chemistry, and Physics, while gaining exposure to the process of inquiry that scientists use.
It is often within more specialized or inter-disciplinary topics that students find a path best suited for their goals. There are programs offered in many innovative and 21st century learning pursuits, and students are required to have a foundation in the communication, problem-solving, and process orientation provided by the core curriculum for these programs.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Guadalupe Educational News
- Santa Barbara Community Academy - The Santa Barbara Community Academy is a year-round public school for students in pre-school to grade 6. There is a strong core curriculum and focus on integrating the arts into learning. The school encourages parental involvement in hopes of strengthening the sense of community for its students.
- Children's Creative Project - The Children's Creative Project is a county-wide initiative to promote arts education and experiences for local children. There are workshops throughout the year focused on specific aspects or techniques in art, and there are events and arts fairs that students can participate or exhibit in. There are also resident artists and performing artists who can visit schools regularly.
- Engineering Academy - One of the program offerings at Dos Pueblos HS is the Engineering Academy. The focus is on a team and project-based learning experiences that considers the future of engineering in the business world. Student achievement is very high and the spirit of collaboration is essential for the innovation that occurs. Beyond traditional classroom experiences, the students work on projects in robotics and 'green' engineering.
Guadalupe 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.
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