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Hooksett District and Curriculum
The curriculum within the Hooksett School District is and relevant, focusing on preparing students to be conscientious community members with the tools they need to be academically successful. Following the standards set by New Hampshire, as well as the Common Core Curriculum, Hooksett students are faced with challenging, grade-level appropriate materials.
We currently cover the following Hooksett-area school district: Hooksett School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hooksett District Curriculum
The Mathematics curriculum begins with a basic understanding of numbers, counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. As students progress through the grades, they are expected to master these skills as well as ratios, measurement, time, and temperature. When students enter secondary school they will be introduced to more advanced concepts involving algebraic and geometric skills, as well as statistics and probability.
Similarly, the Science curriculum scaffolds its content. Students are expected to become familiar with the scientific method, through recognition and practical practice. As students explore the world around them, they are to pose hypotheses and explore their observations. In elementary school, students are introduced to the basics of biological and physical sciences. In secondary school they advance to more complex topics, including chemical structures and bonds, biological systems, cellular structure, and more.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hooksett Educational News
- Hooksett PTA - The Parent Teacher Association over Hooksett Memorial School and Fred C. Underhill School frequently hold events to benefit their students. Currently, they are hosting Family Story Night, an opportunity for games, snacks, and reading time with the family. They are also participating in the Art to Remember program, which takes submissions of student artwork.
- Robotics News - The high school’s robotics team competed in the annual BAE Regional FIRST Robotics event in Manchester, bringing home the prestigious Chairman’s Award. Teams from all around New England, and Canada, competed in the event, which presents students with a number of technical, engineering, and mechanical challenges. Central High School pulled ahead with a stellar performance, securing the award.
- Cawley Middle School Volunteers - Cawley Middle School is accepting volunteer applications for individuals and groups wishing to put in some time and effort at the school. CMS has a strong history of volunteer work, and has received the Blue Ribbon Achievement Award, recognizing the volunteer work put in at the school, six consecutive years in a row. Anyone interested in joining the team is encouraged to submit an application.
Hooksett 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: Avoiding Fallacies: Authority Rather Than Evidence
Of all the ethical fallacies, that is, fallacies that make a false claim about character, authority rather than evidence is likely one of the most abused. This occurs when someone says that something else is true, “because I say so.” An example of this would be, “Trust me, Lisa would never misbehave.” The argument here is that, regardless of actual evidence, your opinion should be the final authority on the matter. This is particularly weak when used in written arguments, and should be avoided at all costs. It only takes one well-researched fact to refute a statement that uses this fallacy.