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Lock Haven District and Curriculum

The curriculum for the Keystone Central School District is well-planned and sequential, with guidelines that are tied to the Pennsylvania Core State Standards. Statewide assessments in core subjects are closely aligned to the curriculum to serve as a measure that students are meeting the standards. As the standards build progressively, this ensures that students are truly prepared for their next level of learning.

We currently cover the following Lock Haven-area school district: Keystone Central School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lock Haven District Curriculum

In Language Arts, students are expected to meet objectives for reading independently by being able to choose books at their grade level, read them fluently, and understand its meaning. Emphasis on literal and figurative vocabulary is placed so that students development the ability to discern tone and voice in what they read. They should be able to synthesize and analyze meaning from both fiction and nonfiction. Writing using a process that involves brainstorming, drafting, editing, revising and publishing also rely on these thinking skills.

In high school, foundations that are developed in middle and high school are continued as preparation for college and career. Students have a full program that includes 4 years of English and Social Studies, as well as combined programs in Science and Math. Students are also required to present a service-learning culmination project to graduate. Critical thinking skills, strong communication and effective presentation skills are a part of what the curriculum aims to inspire for all students.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Lock Haven Educational News

  • Open House at the Dentist's Office? - Keystone Area School District preschool, elementary, and middle school students will have an unusual opportunity to visit a dentist's office without the pain of the dentist's drill. They will have a chance to play games and win prizes while learning about good dental hygiene and nutrition. It is sponsored by local dentists as a way for children to learn more about taking care of their teeth and careers in dentistry.
  • Red Cross Benefits As a Senior Project - One student in the Keystone Area School District has put together a bingo game as a fundraiser for the Red Cross as the culmination of her service-learning senior project. She began volunteering with blood drives the year before, and planned the fundraiser as a way to raise awareness of the work the Red Cross does in making blood donations available.
  • Twin Comedy Act Performs at Talent Show - Students took the stage at a talent show that was performed at the largest high school in the Keystone Central School District. A pair of twins performed a comedy act, another student danced, and one high school singer performed music from her latest country album. It was an exciting performance allowing for area performers to showcase their talent.

Lock Haven 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: Ways to Support Your Child's Unique Interests

Maybe your student is a talented musician, dancer, athlete, artist, or writer, with many opportunities to perform in front of others. Maybe they are good at caring for people, plants, or animals, skilled in business, and know exactly what they want to do when they grow up. Every student has their special way that they shine, and can share with others. As your child develops, look for extracurrculars or enrichment programs that will support these goals. Also, think about logical connections to other activities that might be of interest to your child. They certainly don’t have to commit for life to these as hobbies, but the introduction lays a useful foundation for future learning.