Jaffrey, New Hampshire Tutoring Programs
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Jaffrey District and Curriculum
Jaffrey-Rindge Cooperative School District follow the guidelines set out in the NH College and Career Ready Standards. Students are also provided with many extracurricular opportunities, from clubs and sports to arts and music. It is hoped that this will encourage engagement in the school and local community. Involvement with other students and the community promotes responsibility and instills pride in students. It also gives them the chance to learn from work experience and community outreach. Students who find their passions, whether they be inside or outside the classroom, are more likely to develop a lifelong love of learning which will lead to a successful future.
We currently cover the following Jaffrey-area school district: Jaffrey-Rindge Cooperative School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Jaffrey District Curriculum
The NH College and Career Ready Standards provides the scope and sequence for learning in English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Technology/Engineering Education, World Languages, and Information Literacy. The skills that students must develop include critical thinking tasks like reflective thinking, analysis, and problem-solving and reasoning. The objectives in each subject are written so that teachers are able to bring their own creativity to lesson planning and can use a wide range of instructional approaches to convey new material and knowledge.
The lessons are geared towards real-world ideas and situations and promote the skills, techniques, and learning students will need to succeed after graduation, whether they directly enter the workforce of pursue post-secondary education. Teachers are given the flexibility to model their lesson plans towards the needs of individual students so that all have the opportunity to succeed, regardless if they need to catch up to grade level or are working beyond grade level. Students are encouraged to capitalize on their strengths as they work on any weaknesses.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Jaffrey Educational News
- Junior Inquiry Scholars Club - The Junior Inquiry Scholars Club is a new opportunity for students that enables them to pursue independent scholarship with the support of students and a professor from Franklin Pierce University. Students determine an area of study and work on developing a teaching project about including a multi-media presentation and a piece of critical writing on the subject.
- Counseling Center - The Counseling Center provides services for all high school students to assist them with academic planning and preparing for the next steps of college and career. The Counseling Center holds regular workshops and informational events which parents can keep track of on their website. They also offer many resources to locate scholarships, academic opportunities, and learn about college programs.
- Conant Current - The Conant Current is the high school newspaper that is put together by students in the journalism class. Students write, edit and publish stories covering the news, sports, local features, and of course, have their own opinion columnists. This is a great activity for students interested in careers in writing or journalism.
Jaffrey 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: Building Self-Esteem
High self-esteem and academic success go hand-in-hand. Some children who do poorly in school may be suffering from the opposite. With a little help from parents, these children can begin to build self-confidence. Children with lower self-esteem can benefit from simple words such as “I love you,” “mistakes are ok, they are how we learn” and “I am proud of you.” In addition, parents should look for qualities or actions that the child displays every day and then let the child know that it has been noticed. They also need to be reminded how special they are and that they have gifts that make them unique. Then support these gifts by finding groups or activities where these gifts can grow. They may also find value in hobbies or interests which the parent can help grow through activities together, such as a concert. Afterwards, the parent can find time to talk with the child and allow them to tell about the parts that meant the most to them.