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Lynnfield District and Curriculum
Lynnfield Public Schools is a rather small school district consisting of four schools and 2,350 students. There is also a preschool within the district. The elementary curriculum contains a wide array of hands-on learning opportunities in addition to focusing on literacy, science and math fundamentals. Lynnfield High School’s school-wide 21st Century Learning Expectations include effectively reading, comprehending, and analyzing information; collaborating in various learning environments; engaging in creative problem solving; using technology proficiently; demonstrating personal ownership and responsibility; showing an understanding of cultures and perspectives that differ from their own; and contributing positively to the community.
We currently cover the following Lynnfield-area school district: Lynnfield Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lynnfield District Curriculum
In the language learning programs, to address everyday tasks, students issue verbal instructions to other students in a non-dominant language, and do so with clarity and focus such that other students can appropriately complete the task. Doing so promotes the development of the use of appropriate inflections, pacing, and gestures when speaking to others. Cultural studies are part of the curriculum as well. Students learn about various traditions and customs that make the cultures associated with the language under study unique and interesting.
Unique course offerings include Business and Personal Law, Survey of Irish Literature, The Rise of the Female Novelist, Self-Discovery Through Philosophy and Film, Hamlet: The Original Troubled Youth, Race and Identity, Sports in Literature, Nutrition, Mariachi Band, and others. The high school offers courses in Honors, AP, and CP (College Prep). Lynnfield High was recognized as a gold medal-school in the U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of the Best High Schools.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Lynnfield Educational News
- Flamingo Flocking - Many Lynnfield yards were adorned with plastic bright pink flamingos to support Lynnfield’s Destination Imagine teams. The teams were comprised of students from Lynnfield schools, who engaged in creative problem solving and teamwork. Every time the teams received a donation of $20, they secretly placed a “flock” of flamingos in the donor’s yard.
- Recent Lynnfield Grad Earns Scholarship - A recent graduate of Lynnfield High was awarded with a $1,500 Simon Youth Foundation Community Scholarship. She earned the scholarship on the basis of her academic excellence, leadership abilities, and participation in school and community activities. She planned to pursue business at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
- Lynnfield Schools Get New Superintendent - For the start of the 2014 school year, Lynnfield Schools hired a new superintendent, Jane Tremblay. She was previously the principal of Summer Street School and met the criteria that residents were looking for, as discussed during a community forum.
Lynnfield 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 School Calendar
The school calendar is a valuable tool for parents, students, and teachers, as it lists important events throughout the year as well as the days students and teachers will have off. Students and teachers will generally have a week to a week-and-a-half off for winter break, which includes Christmas and New Year's. Some schools choose to hold a week-long spring break, while others may give students two or three days off around Easter time. Students and teachers usually get three days off (Thursday, Friday, and Monday) for Thanksgiving. Students will have always have off for Labor Day and Memorial Day and may have off for President's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Veteran's Day, and Columbus Day; although, these days can be used as make-up days. Some of these days may be used as in-service days for teachers. Calendars will also list non-holiday in-service days during which students have off as well as pre-planned half-days and two-hour delays. Calendars can always be changed, as days may need to be made up.