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Hadley District and Curriculum
The Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks are used by the district to provide a rigorous learning experience for all students. The Frameworks detail the standards, which include the knowledge, concepts, and critical thinking skills that are inherent to the subject, that students must meet at each grade level. The Math and Language Arts Frameworks are aligned with Common Core Standards which were designed so that all students have a foundational academic experience that prepares them for college academics. The district also follows college and career readiness standards that call for the development of interpersonal skills such as collaboration and the ability to solve problems.
We currently cover the following Hadley-area school district: Hadley Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hadley District Curriculum
During elementary school, Common Core Standards for Math and Language Arts are emphasized so that students develop a strong foundation in these subjects and are able to use their literacy and problem-solving skills in all their other subjects. Students are expected to be prepared for a more rigorous middle school experience and will take on assignments that call for them to analyze the books they read, write reflectively about what they are learning, communicate with other students on group projects, and solve multi-step math problems.
The goal of Hopkins Academy is to provide students with a rigorous curriculum and challenging workload that prepares them for college. The district prides itself on developing students’ critical thinking skills and creativity so that they can thrive in a global society. The district encourages students to achieve at a high level by promoting the “Coins for A’s” program in which students who receive three A’s in a single marking period earn a word coin. They are then asked to learn as much as they can about the country from which the coin came from. The program has gained national recognition for students learning amount money and for encouraging academic success.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hadley Educational News
- Helping Hearts for Hadley Schools - The Helping Hearts for Hadley Schools is a local group of community members who seek to engage others in activities that will benefit the school community, its teachers and students. They hold events like charity walks/runs, block parties and other activities throughout the year to raise funds that support resources for the schools. The group also works together to fund grants for new projects and initiatives.
- Butterflies Spread Wings at Hadley Elementary - In 2013, Debbie Windoloski of Gardenscapes—in conjunction with Principal Jeff Udall and a mother at the school—built a butterfly garden in front of Hadley Elementary. The students have helped to care for the garden, and it has allowed them to learn a great deal about healthy environments, sustainability, and nutrition.
- Subaru Dealership Presents Large Check to Hadley Elementary - Steve Lewis of Steve Lewis Subaru presented Hadley Elementary with a large check worth $29,264. The generous donation to the PTO will be used to build a rock climbing wall with a value of $14,000 in the school gym; the wall will be used to help teach the students about teamwork. The 300-plus students wore large paper hearts that they made that said "Thanks Steve Lewis Subaru/Share the Love" in order to display their gratitude.
Hadley 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: A Guide to the Most Commonly Misspelled Words
Spelling is a big part of school but an area many students struggle with. There is a large list of words that students (and many adults) spell incorrectly. You may have spelled the word "until" with two L's...UNTIL today, that is. The word "weird" is indeed a weird word because it breaks the "I before E except after C" rule, so don't spell it "wierd"! Some might think "threshold" is a compound word, but it is spelled with one H, not two. "Separate" is a tricky one because students forget where to put the A's and E's; just remember that there are two of each in the word and that the two A's fall in-between the two E's. "Schedule" is not spelled with a K even though it sounds like there is one in there; just think of "school." One more: "Pastime"--although an activity that passes the time--is spelled with just a single T.