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Mason City District and Curriculum
The Mason City School District serves over 4,000 students within four elementary schools, one intermediate school, two middle schools, one high school, and one alternative school. Their mission is to help all students succeed, reach their highest potential, and develop into responsible citizens with the help of parents and the community. The district follows the Iowa Core Curriculum which provides rigorous standards which can be measured through regular standardized assessments.
We currently cover the following Mason City-area school district: Mason City School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mason City District Curriculum
In English Language Arts, students will make inferences and mention evidence from the text when drawing conclusions. They will identify themes, analyze character development, and summarize what they read. Students learn about figurative language, word choice, and purposes of different texts. As students move through the grades, they will continue to read and comprehend increasingly complex texts proficiently and independently. When writing, students will create intelligible pieces for various purposes using a process approach to writing.
In Mathematics, students entering high school should know the difference between rational and irrational numbers. They should be able to explore radicals and integer exponents, understand lines and linear equations, use different functions to show relationships between quantities. Students should know what congruence is and be able to use the Pythagorean Theorem. Using the volume of various shapes students in high school should be able to solve real-world problems.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Mason City Educational News
- Music Department Helps Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank - Each section within the Symphonic Band, Concert Band, and String Orchestra competed against each other to collect food items and donations. They almost reached their goal of 2,500 items for the Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank.
- 75th Mason City Band Festival - Though rain was predicted, there were plenty of things to enjoy at the Mason City Band Festival. Listening to the music and interacting with the community made the event as fun as it is every year.
- Backpack Buddies Program - After donating the profits from the Hall of Pride Scrimmage, the girls basketball team spent several hours filling bags with food to be donated to North Iowa schools. Not only are the girls diligent athletes, but they make time to give back to their community.
Mason City 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: How Does Your Child Learn Best?
There are three different learning styles that most students learn through. They are auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. Everyone has a tendency to be stronger in one of the learning styles than the others. Once you have determined which way your child learns best, you can learn different ways to enrich your child’s education. Auditory learners learn best when the information is presented verbally (i.e., when directions are read out loud, when the voice presenting the information changes in tone and inflections. Visual learners learn best when they have a chart, diagram, graph, picture, or written instructions to learn from. Kinesthetic learners learn best with hands on experiences. Holding a model in their hands helps them understand something better than just seeing a picture of it or hearing a description of it. Once you have figured out which type of learner your child is, you will be able to better meet their educational needs and create a deeper love of learning.