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Hutchinson District and Curriculum
K-12 students in Hutchinson attend classes in Hutchinson Public Schools. The district includes two elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school, each of which provides students an engaging learning place to learn. Hutchinson’s teachers, staff members, and administrators work hard to ensure educational programming and services meet the unique needs of each student. Children of all ages and ability levels are held to a high standard of academic achievement and behavior. Furthermore, there is a particular emphasis in the district on developing children that have high character. The results of these efforts are students that consistently meet or exceed expectations and become successful learners and members of the community.
We currently cover the following Hutchinson-area school district: Hutchinson Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hutchinson District Curriculum
The English language arts curriculum in Hutchinson exposes students to a variety of skills related to effectively reading literature. In elementary school, students learn how to determine the central theme of a story or poem by examining the details in the text. Learners analyze the development of major characters in a story as well, noting the different ways in which they author helps the reader get to know and understand the character. The way in which a story is crafted is explored as well.
The health science curriculum helps middle school students understand the ways in which one’s cultural background impacts health. Learners examine health risks for various populations. Life expectancies for different groups of people are explored as well. A variety of risk factors that impact health are also analyzed. Students look at hereditary and genetic influences on health, as well as how people’s decisions and behavior can impact the way in which someone feels. Students explore different body systems, such as the cardiovascular and respiratory system to understand how they co-function.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hutchinson Educational News
- Hutchinson Public Schools Provides Individually Tailored Programs - Hutchinson Public Schools offers a wide variety of educational programs that are tailored to the needs of individual students. Enrichment programs, before and after school clubs, and free all-day kindergarten are just a few of the programs available to area families.
- National AP Honor Roll Recognizes Hutchinson Students - Hutchinson Public Schools has been recognized as a member of the National AP Honor Roll. The distinction was given to only ten schools in Minnesota. For students who are interested in taking advanced courses, if they pass the AP exam they will earn credit for college courses and be able to opt out of introductory level courses.
- Hutchinson Students Attend Lego League World Festival - Students from Hutchinson recently trekked to St. Louis to participate in the first Lego League World Festival. The students used Legos to build a robot that could perform simple tasks. This has become a very popular extracurricular activity that combines engineering and robotics in a format that kids are well familiar with.
Hutchinson 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: Late School Days Bring Benefits to Students
If you have a child that hates getting up for school in the morning, you certainly aren’t alone. Even some school districts have recognized that starting school at 8 AM or earlier is not conducive to kids learning. In fact, research shows that there are several excellent benefits to beginning the school day later in the morning. With added time in the morning to wake up and get ready for school, attendance improves. The more time students spend in school, the more time they have to interact with their teachers and learn the material. As a result, schools with later start times report higher standardized test scores. This is especially true for tests of science and math. Class grades are also improved at schools with a later start time. Parent advocacy of this issue is helping to change start times around the country.