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Landen District and Curriculum
Students in Landen attend public school in the Kings Local School District. The district offers educational programming for students in kindergarten through the twelfth grade. Students at all grade levels are held to a high standard of academic performance and achievement. Children participate in rigorous learning activities that promote intellectual growth and the acquisition of knowledge and skills that are essential for success in school, college, career, and beyond. Kings Local Schools facilitates this growth and development by doing what is best for the students at every turn. Teachers and staff members promote excellence in academic performance by providing students the opportunity to participate in high quality, innovative lessons.
We currently cover the following Landen-area school district: Kings Local School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Landen District Curriculum
The English language arts curriculum focuses on helping students build the skills they need to read literature effectively. Students engage in analyses of literary works, learning how to cite textual evidence to support their analysis. Learners also work on identifying the central theme of a text and learn how to analyze its development over the course of the story. Students also examine how events in the story and dialogue between characters serve to move the action forward. Reading skills as they pertain to literature also include developing an understanding of unknown words and phrases.
Landen’s financial literacy curriculum includes a study of entrepreneurship that introduces students to the essential principles of starting a business. Learners explore the scope of entrepreneurship, including the long-term impacts it has on the nation’s economy. The different types of businesses one can start are studied as well, including non-profit, for-profit, and social organizations. Students also identify the personal characteristics of successful entrepreneurs.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Landen Educational News
- District Report Card Available for Review - The Kings Local School District report card from the Ohio Department of Education is now available. The district scored A’s for graduation rates and overall value added. The report card also helps parents understand how students are performing compared to other students around the state.
- KHS Students Volunteer in the Community - Students from Kings High School have participated in a number of community service projects throughout the community. Links to past, current, and future projects are available on the school’s website. Students who wish to suggest a project for consideration may contact the school administration to discuss their idea.
- KJH Extracurriculars - Students at Kings Junior High School are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities. Art Club, Honor Society, Science Olympiad, and Yearbook are just a few of the activities available. Students are encouraged to join a club of their interest so that they can develop their talents with peers of similar interest.
Landen 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: Late Start Helps Students in Many Ways
It is becoming increasingly popular for schools, especially high schools, to begin their day later than the normal 8:00 am start time. Much research supports this idea. Studies show that by beginning the school day just 30 minutes or an hour later helps students raise their level of achievement. Performance in math, English, social studies, and science is seen at schools with later start times. There is also an associated increase in standardized test scores. Attendance also improves at schools with a later start time, and tardiness and truancies decrease as well. There are health benefits too. Since later start times better coincide with teenagers’ natural sleep patterns, fewer kids find the need to consume coffee and energy drinks, both of which have far too much caffeine for young bodies. One study also found that there is a significant reduction in the number of traffic accidents near schools when students start their day later.