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Iowa City District and Curriculum

Iowa City Community Schools are child-centered and future-focused. As the State of Iowa governs the curriculum for these schools, Iowa Core Standards apply. Each grade level’s instruction gradually builds on the one before it, so that students can retain crucial concepts.

We currently cover the following Iowa City-area school district: Iowa City Community Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Iowa City District Curriculum

Math education starts elementary students with learning the basics of numbers, counting and algebraic thinking. By high school, students move onto specialized instruction in statistics and probability, algebra, functions, modeling and geometry.

Early grade level science instruction in Iowa City schools involves familiarizing young scholars with science as inquiry. They’re taught to plan and carry out simple experiments and also use math for scientific inquiry. Middle and high school students build on these foundational principles to prepare them for more advanced topics.

Language Arts curricula for Iowa City Schools start with several foundations in grades K-5. Close reading for details, writing to build and present knowledge, and group collaboration are introduced to elementary school children. Students learn to become critical readers, writers of cogent arguments, and collaborative listeners and speakers.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Iowa City Educational News

  • Community Traditions - Local churches helped organize and provide a family holiday dinner for school families and community members. Over 230 people attended, including 57 Hills Elementary School families. Each family in attendance won a prize, such as a bag of groceries, toys, and games.
  • Juilliard Comes to Iowa City - Students and faculty from The Julliard School visited Iowa City in December and visited Mark Twain Elementary School to lead several music and art classes, answer student questions and lead an assembly. Prospective Juilliard applicants also got to attend a college jazz audition workshop at Iowa City West High School.
  • Iowa Assessments Results - Each October, students in grades three through eleven took the Iowa Assessments, which measured their achievements in reading, math, written expression, social studies and science. Parents of elementary school kids can expect to get a written report of their child's results at the next parent-teacher conference.

Iowa City 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: Choosing a College

Choosing a college can be both exciting and stressful. There are many factors to consider: price, reputation, location, and degree programs offered. Here are a few things to consider when choosing, or helping someone else choose a college or university: Examine your own values and beliefs. Make sure you pick a school that aligns with those values. Assess your strengths, weaknesses and reasons for going to college. Make sure that you like the college's culture. Know that a prestigious college might not be a better fit for you than a lesser-known one. Finally, do your research. This means spending at least a few hours on campus and doing internet research about degree programs, activities and services they offer.

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