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Hebron District and Curriculum

Hebron Public Schools operates two schools, Gilead Hill School and Hebron Elementary School; students attend the regional RHAM High School. The districts view curriculum as the backbone of the educational experience. Curriculum is always ongoing process with reviews and updates to meet the Connecticut State Frameworks. Hebron Public Schools began implementation and transition to the Common Core State Standards in 2011 and will continue through 2014. An increased emphasis on informational text will take place at the elementary level.

We currently cover the following Hebron-area school districts: Hebron Public Schools and RHAM High School.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hebron District Curriculum

The elementary math curriculum requires students to add multiples of 10 up to 100 and subtract up to 90 using models or drawings. They will gain a greater ability to use measurements to compare objects by length and express lengths by units (in whole numbers). In geometry, students will create more complex shapes from two- and three-dimensional shapes, composing a new shape. They will be exposed to early instruction on fractions, dividing circles and rectangles into two and four equal parts and describing them using the terms halves, quarters, and fourths.

Additionally, students will demonstrate understanding of concepts at a much more rigorous level with the implementation of Common Core and be prepared for advanced math in high school. In 2014, students in grades 3-6 will take an online assessment to measure student process known as the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBAC) instead of the Connecticut Mastery Tests (CMT). All of these assessments align with the Common Core Standards framework. Counselors and other instructors also assess students based on character building, social and emotional health, and self-awareness.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Hebron Educational News

  • Stay Current on the Latest Initiatives at HPS - Changes for the District! Hebron has a few new initiatives in place for the upcoming school year. Some of these include a new mission and goals, more parent workshops, and a new website.
  • HPS District Board Goals - Hebron Public Schools has approved its new Board Goals. As the framework for the district, the new goals include student achievement, communication, professional growth, and resource management. We hope these goals help make this successful school year.
  • School Districts Provide Information for Flu Season - It’s that time again! Flu season is right around the corner. The health department will be holding an upcoming clinic for children and families to get their flu shots.

Hebron 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: Changes Coming for the SAT

The SAT is about to undergo a redesign! Beginning in 2016, the SAT will see changes on what’s tested, how it’s scored, and how students can prepare. The new test will have three sections; evidence based reading and writing, math, and an optional essay. Students will have to justify their answers in lieu of filling in the bubbles. The scoring scale will change from a possible 2400 back to a possible 1600 with the essay having its own separate score. Students used to be penalized for choosing the wrong answer; however, that will no longer be the case with the revised SAT. Additionally, although not a new facet altogether for the SAT, there are now subject specific tests that students can take as well. There are SAT Economics, Math, Sciences, Languages, Literature - about 30 specific options that students can take to help demonstrate a particular academic ability.