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Hampstead, New Hampshire Tutoring Programs
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Hampstead District and Curriculum
The Hampstead School District believes in following a curriculum that is in alignment with its goals and expectations for students. Hence, there is an emphasis placed on producing students that can succeed in the current global setting. Beyond studying key subjects such as mathematics and English, Hampstead schools are interested in the development of the student overall.
We currently cover the following Hampstead-area school district: Hampstead School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hampstead District Curriculum
Students work with the Core Academic Standards curriculum starting in kindergarten and are expected to be prepared for high school with a basic foundation laid out in elementary and middle school. Additionally, A hands-on learning approach to high school level vocational classes has proven to be successful in teaching the students the basics of whichever trade they hope to continue in.
Students also take assessments that cover a variety of subjects including social studies, science and writing. These assessments evaluate students on a 4 point scale, with four being above average and 1 being reserved for a student who may not meet grade expectations. Hampstead School district also participates in the New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP). Assessments are based on the New Hampshire curriculum. This curriculum reflects the guidelines established by the Common Core State Standards. These standards especially address essential skills in English Language Arts and mathematics.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hampstead Educational News
- New Principal Selected - This fall Hampstead Middle School will welcome a new teacher. The new principal brings with her a wealth of experience and knowledge working with students from different age groups and grades.
- New Teachers at Hampstead Central School - Hampstead Central School is also welcoming new staff. The school is expected to welcome three new teachers. Several more teachers will be hired as well.
- Raising Funds Through Recycling - Hampstead School District is asking for the community to donate their old electronics. The district schools will receive funds for new technology as a result of the fundraising effort.
Hampstead 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: Preparing for College Before Your Senior Year
Many high school students make the mistake of waiting until their senior year to prepare for college. Instead, high school students should start thinking about college during their freshman year. For example, a freshman should meet with a guidance counselor regarding career exploration. Also, freshman year would be a good time to start thinking about extracurricular activities that might set one apart from other college candidates. As sophomores, students should be looking at enrolling in Advanced Placement (AP) classes and looking into deadlines for college placement tests. It might also be a good idea for students to search for materials and resources for college placement test preparation. Overall, it is important to do all the above ahead of time, so that your last years in high school are spent enjoying yourself instead of fretting over deadlines.