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Independence District and Curriculum

Independence, Kansas, is part of Independence Unified School District 446. The district operates two elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. It has a total enrollment of 1,950 students. Independence schools’ curricula for all other core and elective classes, including science, theatre, and social studies, are based on state-specific standards. Extracurricular clubs, vocational classes, and team sports round out the multitude of choices students have to pursue their interests.

We currently cover the following Independence-area school district: Independence Unified School District 446.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Independence District Curriculum

Independence schools’ English Language Arts curriculum is based on a series of standards in core topics. These standards guide students’ development of important literacy skills such as reading comprehension, critical thinking, fluency, and writing. Students compile a portfolio of essays and assignments which keeps all of their work from concept maps to finished essays. Reading and writing outcomes are also embedded into the content areas of Science and Social Studies.

Independence schools’ math curriculum is based on Common Core Standards. These standards guide students’ development of fundamental mathematics skills such as strategic thinking, problem modeling, and abstract reasoning. Online learning offers students the chance to continue their education if they cannot attend classes in a traditional school setting. Students may choose online classes for various reasons including health reasons or work schedule conflicts.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Independence Educational News

  • Summer League Baseball - Independence High School is making plans for its Summer League Baseball program. Students who take part in the program will practice during the week in the IHS gym and have access to school athletic facilities to train in.
  • Gingerbread House Project - Eisenhower Elementary School students recently took part in a unique event. With the help of Eisenhower parents and staff, kindergartners built their own gingerbread houses. With such decorative items as pretzels, gumdrops, and icing, many students were tempted to eat their houses before they completed them.
  • Teacher of the Month - Jefferson Elementary School staff and faculty members have chosen Carin Barwick to be the school’s Teacher of the Month. As winner of the school’s Teacher of the Month award, Barwick will be part of a drawing for District Teacher of the Month award.

Independence 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: Lifelong Learning

Learning does not begin on a child’s first day of school and end when he or she graduates from high school or college. Learning is a life-long pursuit. Parents should begin to develop their children’s love of learning at an early age. In order to do this they can use the tried and true methods of flash cards and education games, or they can use everyday events as springboards for learning opportunities. Visiting local sites and learning about the history of the area is another great family option that models lifelong learning. Once people graduate from high school or college they are responsible for pursuing their own learning opportunities. They can do this by looking for new interests, or by studying and looking more deeply into older interests. Either way, they will discover new ideas and exercise their minds, which will keep them on the path of life-long learning.