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Manchester District and Curriculum

The Parkway C-2 School District uses a series of curricular frameworks that give detailed objectives for what students should learn and be able to do at each grade level. Students are expected to develop a wide range of knowledge, skills, conceptual awareness, and learning and thinking strategies that will promote critical awareness in all subjects. To the extent possible, the district tries to integrate areas of learning so that students see how knowledge is inter-connected and relates to the real world.

We currently cover the following Manchester-area school district: Parkway C-2 School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Manchester District Curriculum

Students in English/Language Arts classes follow a curriculum that incorporates standards that focus on reading, writing, speaking, listening, vocabulary, and informational literacy. Students are exposed to a variety of fiction, non-fiction, and the classics. Writing instruction is aimed at teaching strategies for writing for a variety of purposes, with a strong emphasis on persuasive writing.

The mathematics curriculum is aimed at providing students with opportunities to increase their awareness of how math is used in the real world and our daily lives. Critical thinking and problem solving are emphasized at every grade level. The science curriculum is designed to teach every student to be scientifically literate. Students explore the world as scientists do, by asking questions, experimenting, and investigating. Students also learn about the role of technology in our world and possible job opportunities in emerging fields like bio-medicine.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Manchester Educational News

  • McKelvey Elementary Receives National Award - The Character Education Partnership has recognized McKelvey Elementary as a 2014 National School of Character. Only 40 other schools in the US received the award this year.
  • Students Chosen for Gifted Academy - Nine Parkway district sophomores will spend part of their summer at the Missouri Scholars Academy. Students are chosen based on academics, leadership, participation in projects, and more.
  • Henry and Mason Ridge Are Gold Star Schools - Eight Missouri schools have been named Gold Star Schools, and Parkway School District is home to two of them. Henry Elementary and Mason Ridge Elementary were honored for academic achievement.

Manchester 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: What Is a Learning Disability?

Learning disabilities include a large number of disorders, and occur in people of average or above-average intelligence. The brain of someone with a learning disability processes, stores, and then gives out information. The biggest indication of a learning disability in students is a noticeable difference between the student’s level of performance and the expectations for what that student should be able to do. Learning disabilities affect students in a variety of ways, and can impact reading, writing, spelling, math, listening skills, logical reasoning, and much more. If you believe your child may have a learning disability, ask your child’s teacher or guidance counselor to arrange for testing. You should also discuss the concerns with your child’s pediatrician or other service providers. Learning disabilities should not hinder a child’s confidence at attaining the same expectations as any other child. In fact, the curriculum is written so broadly as to be able to provide a teaching style and necessary supports for a child to accomplish any goal.