New Ipswich, New Hampshire Tutoring Programs
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New Ipswich District and Curriculum
Mascenic Regional School District uses the NH College and Career Ready Standards as its curricular guide. The standards represent what students should know and be able to do during the course of each grade level and provides continuity and a logical sequence of learning from elementary to high school. Each subject contains standards that call upon students to demonstrate critical thinking skills such as logical or scientific reasoning, literary analysis, or historical interpretation. These standards promote the type of thinking that students will be required to do in college and prepare them to meet post-secondary expectations.
We currently cover the following New Ipswich-area school district: Mascenic Regional School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the New Ipswich District Curriculum
The Language Arts curriculum brings together reading, writing, and other communication skills so that students are developing these different abilities in relation to each other. Students read both literature and non-fiction and learn how to analyze aspects of each text such as authorial intent, character development, setting and tone and then learn how to incorporate these different aspects of literary works into their own writing. Students are given opportunities to write for purposes such as persuasion and analysis, as well as creative and journalistic pursuits.
The Social Studies curriculum introduces a number of concepts that cover history, society, cultures and help them understand the roots of current events. Students study economic and social changes such as the impact of the Industrial Revolution on cities. Students contrast the differing economies around the nation at that time, including shipping in the north, agriculture in the south, and increasing levels of logging, mining, and agricultural pursuits in the west. This also helps students understand about the economic and social make-up of the nation today.
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Keeping Informed: Recent New Ipswich Educational News
- District Report Card - The state issues annual report cards for each school district, and Mascenic Regional's is provided so that parents can see how the schools are doing in their mission of providing the best education for all students. Information about class size, student-teacher ratio, graduation rates, and academic achievement are available and shows how the district is doing in comparison to the rest of the state.
- Academic Programs - Students at Mascenic Regional High School have a number of academic programs available that speak to a variety of interests. Beyond traditional academics, there is also a Firefighters Academy, programs in web design, arts and music programs, and Advanced Placement courses available.
- Community Resources - There are a number of resources available to families to connect them with events and groups in the community and to help them understand the expectations their children face at school. Information about curriculum and assessments are available as well as information about community programs available for their children.
New Ipswich 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: Letters of Recommendation
Most colleges require at least one recommendation and some require as many as three. A good rule of thumb is to submit two. If a student knows what s/he wants to major in, it can be pretty obvious who to ask for a recommendation. A science major should ask science and maybe math teachers. A history major should ask humanities teachers. If a student doesn’t know his/her major, a good idea is to ask one humanities teacher, who can comment upon the student’s critical thinking, reading, and writing skills, and a math or science teacher who can comment on the student’s classroom behavior, work ethic, and the like. Colleges want recommendations from teachers the student has had junior or senior year who taught a core curriculum class, unless there’s an obvious reason for a different teacher.