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Independence District and Curriculum
The Central School District follows a curriculum that is based on Common Core Standards and frameworks adopted by the states, covering all core subjects, the arts, physical education, and the electives offered at the schools. These are standards-based curriculum in which the standards reflect the specific learning objectives that students should meet each year. The standards can be expanded upon for students who require additional challenges and supported in a variety of ways for students requiring assistance in meeting the learning goals.
We currently cover the following Independence-area school district: Central School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Independence District Curriculum
The Common Core Standards are used in Math and Language Arts and were adopted for their comprehensive approach to teaching and learning in these subjects. Each subject is broken down into its major topics – for instance, algebra, geometry and data analysis, in math, and the skills of each subject are detailed in a year by year system for students to learn by. They receive fundamental training in skills and knowledge in the early grades, advanced practice during the middle school years, and the ability to do advanced work in high school.
Throughout their education, students are introduced to a variety of technology in the classroom for learning and for conducting and completing projects with. Students become technologically literate and also have the chance to learn about in-depth topics such as coding, programming, web and graphic design, and robotics. The technology curriculum helps students to develop some of the innovative problem-solving skills which they will use throughout their lives.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Independence Educational News
- Site Council - The Site Council is a group of faculty, parents and students who meet to discuss ways to improve program offerings and learning opportunities and resources in the school. They also help to connect the community and local organizations with the schools to increase the opportunities for learning outside the classroom.
- Curriculum Resources - For families who want to have a detailed look at the learning expectations for their students, the curriculum resources on the district website offer up a thorough overview that targets grade level expectations and suggests resources that parents can use at home to help their children with their schoolwork.
- Parent's Guide to Student Success - The Parent's Guide to Student Success is a useful tool to get ideas about how to help students stay on track with their curriculum expectations. As the curriculum becomes more rigorous, there are ways that parents can help to mitigate any stress and support learning in a more relaxed atmosphere and through activities their children enjoy.
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: School Community Partnerships
When school district's reach out to the community and seek partnerships with local businesses and non-profit organization, the benefit to the students is great. One of the major opportunities to be had is by creating work learning experiences, job shadowing, or internship opportunities that students can capitalize on. Another key element of these relationships are the employees that can come to the school and help out in the classroom, or provide mentoring to young students. Some companies often have technology equipment to donate, which is a win win, and can bring rise to other ways that the organization can work with the district. Establishing these partnerships, are of course, a local endeavor and ideas for suitable partnerships can always be routed through the schools administration.