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Inver Grove Heights District and Curriculum
Inver Grove Heights schools academically challenge their students, not only for the purpose of life-long learning, but for the purpose of later enrollment in college. The curriculum is based on Common Core Standards in Math and Language Arts and state developed frameworks in other subjects. As the collegiate entrance scores for Inver Grove Heights show students on the ACT test have, and continue to be, consistently ranking well in English, Reading, and Math.
We currently cover the following Inver Grove Heights-area school district: Inver Grove Heights Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Inver Grove Heights District Curriculum
The high math proficiency starts early in Inver Grove Heights Schools. Students are completing number and operation, geometry and measuring, and algebra skills in the earliest grades. The state has made it the mission of all Minnesota schools to be Algebra ready by 8th grade. The district has followed this plan too. The ACT scores are merely showing the preparedness of the district’s students to accomplish higher mathematics like Algebra and Pre-Calculus, which are mandated by the state and signs of a student’s readiness for college academia.
The final learning outcome in ELA proficiency is also evidenced in the ACT scores. Proficiency can also be seen in the MCA tests; almost every time more than 50 percent have tested above proficient. Academically that means the classroom teachers have succeeded in meaningful instruction. Reading, writing, listening, speaking, and media literacy takes the form of whole group instruction — modeled, shared, and interactive reading — and small group tasks.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Inver Grove Heights Educational News
- District News - The news out of Inver Grove Heights Schools is always updated. The district makes an effort to address the academic needs of the schools, and how changes might affect parents. Parents will see that the district is always concerned with the change in instructional hours because of weather-related school closings. The district’s new about the addition of more hours, in order for 12th graders to graduate, is one example at the efforts the district makes to connect with the parents of students.
- Press Releases - The district also does a good job with easy access to press releases. Voters in the district who are interested in the spending of money from bonds can use this link. Recent scholastic news is also posted. How well the elementary, middle, and high schools rank in the state is discussed. So too does the press releases page speak about recent awards to students, departments, and schools in the district.
- Minnesota Reading Corps - This is a great chance to people who want to tutor, teach, or contribute. Funded by Americorps, people can develop the literacy skills of Inver Grove Heights students. There are needs in the elementary and high schools. A comprehensive list of qualifications and requirements are included on the site. The deadline for applications is usually in early August.
Inver Grove Heights 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: The Importance of Students Learning Media Literacy
All English Language Arts programs now make media literacy a part of the learning outcome, primarily because of the importance of developing a young person’s ability to understand the media. The ability to be media literate can work to develop excellent writing skills. That’s as long as a student learns the tools to analyze, evaluate, and create messages. For the reason that many young people spend a great amount of time watching the media, ELA programs see media literacy as an excellent chance to teach student critical thinking skills and tutor the creation of written compositions. It can also serve as a model for interpreting literature and students quickly learn how books form the basis of much of the entertainment they enjoy.