Litchfield, Minnesota Tutoring Programs
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Litchfield District and Curriculum
Litchfield Public Schools serves the educational needs of students in Litchfield in kindergarten through high school. The district’s personalized approach to education is evident at all grade levels. Small class sizes promote strong bonds between students and their teachers, which, in turn, facilitates strong support for academic growth and development. District personnel believe that all students can learn, and as such, challenge students to achieve their highest possible potential each day. Everyone from administrators to lunch servers to bus drivers is an integral part of an educational team that seeks to provide students with as many opportunities as possible to develop the academic, emotional, and social skills they need to be successful.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Litchfield District Curriculum
Middle school science students in Litchfield participate in a curriculum that introduces them to concepts related to energy. Learners study waves and their properties, including wavelength, amplitude, speed, and frequency. The transfer of energy through sound waves is also explored, with students identifying how vibration of particles in the air facilitates that process. Light is also studied. Students examine the color spectrum, as well as the concepts of reflection and refraction. There is a distinction drawn between kinetic and potential energy, with learners identifying situations in which kinetic energy becomes potential energy.
Litchfield’s high school social studies curriculum includes an examination of the impact of European colonization of the North American continent. Learners explore the early relationships between colonists and Native peoples, and identify the manners in which those interactions positively and negatively impacted each group. Students compare and contrast the ways in which Europeans and Native Americans lived, including their differing views on land and the notion of property ownership. The development of regional economies is also analyzed, with students noting the differences in the economies established in the colonies.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Litchfield Educational News
- Hockey Teams Recognized for Academic Excellence - The boys and girls hockey teams from Litchfield were recently recognized as academic champions. The girls’ team had a cumulative GPA of 3.95, while the boys’ team had a GPA of 3.73. This success demonstrates a strong collaboration between students, coaches, and families.
- Students Participate in Ridgewater College Skills Fest - Litchfield High School students recently took part in the Ridgewater College Skills Fest, with five students bringing home first place finishes. The contest includes 22 areas of competition that test skills related to technical education. This is a great activity for students who are interested in a career in business to join.
- Schools Get Enhanced Security Systems - New entry access systems are now installed and in use in all Litchfield Public School buildings. The new system automatically locks the doors during school hours, and requires visitors to buzz the front office to be granted access. Families in the district can be assured their children are learning in a safe environment.
Litchfield 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: The Importance of Physical Education
The physical education curriculum teaches elementary school learners about the necessity of staying physically fit. Learners participate in various activities that promote the acquisition of fine and gross motor skills. Students play games that require manipulation of objects, which gives them practice in developing strength and coordination in their hands and feet. The development of gross motor skills occurs in the context of game play as well, with students learning various movements that allow them to maintain balance and move with fluidity. There is also an emphasis on developing hand-eye coordination. Students play games like tag and kickball in order to develop the body awareness required when running, jumping, kicking, and the like. The social aspect of physical fitness is explored as well. Students learn about teamwork and cooperation, and also dealing with adversity.