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Keene District and Curriculum

The Keene School District follows the Common Core State Curriculum in Mathematics and English allowing it to set rigorous and relevant standards for its students. Within Science, Keene follows the New Hampshire Framework for Science Literacy. This curriculum has been adapted to be used from elementary through high school. All core subjects have detailed curriculum frameworks explaining what students are expected to learn at each grade level, ensuring that a common set of knowledge is gained by all students.

We currently cover the following Keene-area school district: Keene School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Keene District Curriculum

Students progressing through the Language Arts program are expected to analyze and interpret a variety of texts, including informational texts, expository texts, speeches, and fictional stories. While literacy and reading fluency is crucial, it is also important to communicate understanding effectively. Students should be able to produce effective analysis of the texts they read, as well as construct well-thought out arguments. As students make their way through high school they should also utilize research techniques.

The Framework for Science Literacy encourages students to view science from multiple perspectives through inquiry and critical thinking. Students are expected to learn scientific processes and skills, as well as gain content-based knowledge within the biological and physical sciences. Students will scaffold learning to become comfortable with more complex topics such as photosynthesis, respiration, chemical equations, cell structure, and the properties of matter.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Keene Educational News

  • School Budget News - In an effort to retain teachers and provide more educational opportunities for students, Keene School Board raised the budget for the next school year. This move will allow them to balance the needs of their students with the desires of the taxpayers.
  • Local Art Students Are Keeping Busy - Several Keene students have earned scholarships through their artistic endeavors. Still more students from Keene High School helped senior citizens have a memorable Valentine’s Day through making cards.
  • Making Global Connections - Schools in the Keene area look to make the world smaller by incorporating and building relationships with Chinese schools. Educators from the opposite side of the world will be looked to as resources to help improve global relations in New Hampshire.

Keene 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: Avoiding Fallacies: Anecdotal Evidence

Many times when constructing an argument, especially about a topic you know little about, the only basis of evidence you have is personal experience. This, however, only weakens your argument, because other people have not had these same experiences and the experience itself may be rare. For example, you may create an argument that all fast food restaurants are evil because you tripped and broke your arm once when you were in line for a burger. This is a rather ridiculous claim, though, as most people do not have the unfortunate luck of breaking a limb in the fast food line. Presenting your experience as a reason others should choose to dine elsewhere would create a weak argument.

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