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Hazelwood District and Curriculum
The Hazelwood School District provides instruction derived from the Common Core State Standards. Adoption of the Common Core was voluntary. The standards prepare our students to compete globally in the 21st Century. They contain a series of skills, procedural knowledge, content and conceptual awareness, and critical thinking skills that students are expected to develop during their education.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hazelwood District Curriculum
In English/Language Arts classes in elementary schools, Hazelwood Students are reading for information and writing to express opinions and pose arguments. Writing instruction has an emphasis on research. Students in the secondary grades see a much stronger focus on non-fiction reading and writing, but also experience a great deal of classical literature.
The Standards for Mathematical Practice are eight habits of mathematical thinkers, and are pervasive K-12. Students K-8 receive instruction that focuses on number operations, algebra and, in the middle grades, geometry. High school math courses have more of a focus on real-world problem solving and communicating mathematically. Hazelwood School District has adopted a Common Core-embedded science framework for all students K-12. Students are taught concepts within three dimensions of science and technology: scientific and engineering practices, crosscutting concepts, and core ideas in physical, biological, and earth science.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hazelwood Educational News
- Science Students Get Hands-On With Community College, NASA Program - Fifth graders at Barrington Elementary played the role of scientist as they built terrariums to observe plant and animal life. The program is a joint effort between St. Louis Community College and NASA.
- Hazelwood District Honored for Community Service - Hazelwood School District was recognized as a community leader after its volunteer efforts following a devastating tornado that ripped through North St. Louis County last year. The NCI Community Development Award honors the district’s fundraising and awareness campaigns, bringing over $10,000 into the community.
- Education Powerhouse Pearson Praises Five Hazelwood Students - Pearson’s School Achievement Services group recognized five Hazelwood elementary schools for their dedication to improving student learning. The schools are committed to helping students become more involved in their learning and have more resources available.
Hazelwood 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: How to Get Organized for School
Students who are organized and prepared do better in school than those who are not. Organized and prepared students have the necessary tools on hand to be successful with their assignments, their assignments get completed on time, and their assignments get submitted to the appropriate person or place. If you are ready to get more organized, follow these few simple tips. Have the school supplies you need to be successful. Do you have enough notebooks, writing utensils, erasers, highlighters, and sticky notes? This doesn’t have to be expensive. Many office supply stores have promotions each year where these items are on sale for just pennies each. Dollar stores also have these supplies. A must for organization is some sort of deadline tracker. It might be a student planner, it could be a 12-month pocket calendar, or it could be an iPhone app (Wunderlist is great). Get in the habit of checking your deadlines daily!