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Medford District and Curriculum
The Medford School District abounds in opportunities for its students and families. Following the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) set forth in both Oregon and nationwide, growing minds are presented with tech-savvy educational facilities, exceptional enrichment programs, and the highest level of quality teacher and support staff available. With use of the CCSS, academic expectations and utilized materials are set at a high level throughout the district, and results-driven educational practices are reflected in consistently high graduation rates and standardized test scores.
We currently cover the following Medford-area school district: Medford School District 549C.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Medford District Curriculum
The Department of Curriculum and Assessment in the Medford School District provides every student the tools necessary to build a solid foundation for learning and growth. Aside from the technological improvements and advancements in learning facilities, the Medford teaching staff is one of the highest-caliber in the region.
Medford Schools, students, and families also benefit from several Federal Grant Programs: Title I-A (Student Achievement and School Accountability Programs), Title I-C (Education for Migratory Children), Title I-D (Prevention and Intervention Programs for Children and Youth who are At-Risk), Title II-A (Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals), Title III (Language Instruction for Limited English proficient and Immigrant Students), and Title IV-B (21st Century Community Learning Centers).
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Keeping Informed: Recent Medford Educational News
- Forum Provides Chance to Discuss School Needs - Recently, legislators, board members, and educators held an open forum to answer Medford resident questions regarding the upcoming legislative session. Many have been wondering and worrying about sustaining educational growth and meeting higher required academic standards in the face of an economic downturn. The forum not only presented the economic facts and statistics, but also allowed for attendees to question, share ideas, and make recommendations with legislators.
- Medford Schools Foundation Grants - Donations to Medford Schools Foundation brought in more than $22,000 to go toward Teacher-Inspired grants, and another $2,300 in mini-grants to North, South, and Central High School. These funds will support projects in District 549C, and will directly affect over 2,800 students
- Conference on Teacher Teamwork - Almost 300 Medford teachers and principals, and 300 educators from other school districts met recently to use teamwork as a problem-solving tool for improving student performance in elementary schools. Led by principals and educators who successfully utilized processes in their own schools which resulted significant improvements for student learning, the conference steered the Medford School Board approving both additional training and preparation time in the hopes of closing achievement gaps and increasing graduation rates.
Medford 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: 3 Tips for Parents to Teach Healthy Study Habits to Teens
In the busy life of a teen, sleep often gets short-changed in the contest between studying, sleep, and a social life. Unfortunately, even putting studying before sleep can be detrimental to overall learning. Studies have shown that students who sacrifice sleep have more difficulty retaining new material and perform poorly on tests and assignments on days following sleep-deprived nights. But parents can help their children navigate the sleep-deprived waters with the implementation of three simple tips: 1) Set a schedule for studying, 2) Eliminate distractions such as cell phones, TV, and Facebook, and 3) Know your teen’s focus limits and break-up longer study sessions into smaller, more manageable chunks accordingly. Being proactive and having a plan will help enable your teen to go the distance, both in school and in life.