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Lake Oswego District and Curriculum

Lake Oswego School District helps create strong leaders for tomorrow by using the Oregon state standards and creating a strong curriculum which adheres to those expectations. The standards conform to the nationally-adopted Common Core Standards and similarly focus on developing a scope of knowledge within key topics of each subject. Students are taught a core of basic academic knowledge in Math, Science, English Language Arts, and Social Studies, all of which are supported by technology and presented in integrated manners so that students see the connections between the subjects they learn about.

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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lake Oswego District Curriculum

The Science curriculum at Lake Oswego Schools believes that science should be a hands-on experience. From observing plants growing in the classroom to visiting a watershed to participating in an Invention Convention, the students discover science from an up-close perspective. This approach continues as students learn how to work in a laboratory setting and the process of designing an experiment, observing its results, maintaining lab notes, and communicate scientific findings.

Children build a love of reading from their first day of school. Young children learn about different authors and genres. They also learn that there are different types of books for different topics. In the elementary grades they have a Reading Night where they invite parents and children to share a night with an author. These students also participate in the Scholastic Reading Counts program which is an achievement program that helps build strong readers by beginning at the level that the student is at and building comprehension skills from there.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Lake Oswego Educational News

  • Omega National Honor Society - The Omega National Honor Society is the Lake Oswego National Honor Society. This is a group that focuses on students’ leadership, academic, service and character. These students participate in service projects at the school and in the community.
  • American Red Cross Club - The American Red Cross Club has been organized to introduce students to the opportunity to volunteer. Through the club meeting students learn about he mission of Red Cross, disaster preparation, water safety, among other things.
  • Photography Club - Photography Club helps students build on a love of photography. Students are provided opportunities to try a variety of photography while providing support and professionals to help them grow in this skill.

Lake Oswego 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 a Child’s Confidence

There are times when a child may know the material in a classroom, yet they do not have faith in their work or in their answers, or they do not want to ask questions because of some of these same reasons. There are things that can be done to build this confidence. Encourage the child to ask questions away from the classroom. Anytime that a child comes across something that they either know about or would like to know more about, encourage the child to talk, or question things. At the end of the school day, take turns with the child to ask and tell about the best and worst parts of the day. Another activity involves asking some of the child’s friends to visit. While they are there ask if there is any area of their school day that they had difficulty with. This shows the child that they are not alone in having questions.

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