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Londonderry District and Curriculum
The Londonderry School District has a rigorous curriculum designed to prepare students to be productive citizens. Londonderry also offers a Special Curriculum, which provides enrichment in the elementary levels. Programs for gifted students, those interested in the arts, or those who are interested in career learning while in schools, are all available within the district.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Londonderry District Curriculum
The Mathematics program expects students to become effective problem-solvers in a variety of areas. At the elementary level, this includes integers, percentages, decimals, fractions and arithmetic. As students move to the secondary levels they are expected to become proficient in algebra, statistics, trigonometry, and geometry. Students learn real world applications for their math so that they may develop a real grasp of mathematical thinking and reasoning.
The Language Arts curriculum aims to develop literacy in students of all ages. This means that students are expected to identify key aspects of fiction and nonfiction texts, including character, plot, and conflict. Students are also expected to develop their own stories, demonstrating proficiency in writing skills. Students should be able to communicate clearly, and have a strong command of vocabulary and grammatical usage. The writing expected of students covers a variety of genres, including expository, argumentative, persuasive, and creative writing.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Londonderry Educational News
- Teachers With Talents - A talent show featuring teachers at Londonderry High took place recently. Students were able to attend the show, for a fee, and watch their favorite teachers perform. All of the proceeds from the event will go towards the mathematics team, which has won various awards for the school.
- Lancers Play at Inaugural Parade - The Londonderry Marching Lancers, the high school’s marching band and color guard, will perform in the Inaugural Parade in Washington D.C. This will be the second time that the Lancers have performed in the Inaugural Parade. This is not their first notable performance; the band has gone as far as Beijing, performing at the pre-Olympic Beijing Cultural Youth Festival.
- High School Plunge - Both students and faculty at Londonderry High School participated in the fifth annual High School Plunge, an offshoot of the Penguin Plunge, a New Hampshire tradition that helps raise money for the Special Olympics. The High School Plunge takes place the day before the Penguin Plunge and challenges students to run into the icy Atlantic Ocean in the middle of the winter.
Londonderry Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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