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Milford District and Curriculum
The Milford School District is committed to providing students with quality education that is rigorous and prepares students to be effective members of the community. The material is relevant to the daily lives of students and presented in a practical manner based in inquiry and exploration. Students are encouraged to make connections within their learning, and to find the educational path that is their best fit.
We currently cover the following Milford-area school district: Milford School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Milford District Curriculum
The elementary Math curriculum prepares students to complete mathematical processes with whole numbers and integers, including basic computation. Students are introduced to decimals and fractions, as well as methods of measurement. As students progress into high school they are expected to master more complex topics, such as algebra, geometry, statistics, and probability.
As students progress through the Science curriculum, they are expected to utilize critical thinking skills to explain the biological and physical processes that they experience. In elementary school, students carry out a variety of experiments pertaining to topics such as health and wellness, ecology, environmental systems, magnetism and electricity. In high school, students explore more advanced concepts of biology, such as photosynthesis and respiration, as well as complex chemical and physical processes. Students learn to work with the Periodic Table of Elements and to carry out a variety of experiments.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Milford Educational News
- School Budget News - In March, voters will help decide the future for Milford School District. Several important items on the ballot include new technology and renovations for the schools. This includes better internet capacity as well as a new roof and floor at one of the campuses.
- Adult Diploma Program - Milford High School offers a program for adults seeking their high school diploma. Interested adults can attend courses in English and Mathematics in the evenings. The program hopes to equip all members of the community with the necessary tools to succeed.
- Milford High Team Takes Icy Plunge - A group of students from Milford High School took part in supporting the Special Olympics by diving into the frigid Atlantic Ocean in February. This event, attended by residents all over New Hampshire, helps to raise money for the Special Olympics. Milford raised over $3,000 for the event.
Milford 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: Avoiding Fallacies - Ad Hominem
Most people learn early on that insults are not a good thing. This is as true on the playground as it is when writing an argumentative essay. It is important to take the reader into account and make sure that your position is stated eloquently, and in a manner that does not come across as insulting to their opinions or intelligence. When an argument is stated in a demeaning way, especially when it makes a direct attack on the reader, this is considered an ad hominem fallacy. It is essentially stating that the reader is wrong “because they smell funny.” Whatever the reason, it has nothing to do with the actual argument and will only result in injuring the pride of the reader, effectively ruining any chances of persuading them.