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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the New Richmond District Curriculum
Through the science curriculum, students explore how temperature, season, wind, and other weather events impact the way in which animals interact with their environment, such as the type kinds of foods they eat and their behavior at different points of time in the year. High school students examine science beyond earth, including the universe. Learners discuss the Big Bang, and gain an understanding of how earth and other planets were formed. Students also examine nearby stars so they can be classified.
New Richmond’s world languages curriculum introduces elementary school learners to the basic concepts of speaking, listening, reading, and writing in a non-dominant language. To develop strong speaking skills, students participate in a variety of receptive-imitative tasks. Learners participate in simple oral presentations in which they recite dialogue, perform a skit, or sing a song in the language of study. Students also compose a short narrative about themselves and present that to class in order to work on both their writing and speaking skills.
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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for New Richmond students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
New Richmond District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Children in preschool through high school in New Richmond attend classes in the School District of New Richmond. The district provides a student-centered learning experience that offers learners with the support, tools, and resources they need to achieve their highest level of academic success. There is also an emphasis on the social and emotional growth of students. To achieve this end, the School District of Richmond works closely with parents, families, and community members to provide students of all ages the appropriate classroom and extracurricular experiences that allow them to learn, grow, and develop into well-rounded young adults.
We currently cover the following New Richmond-area school district: School District of New Richmond.
Keeping Informed: Recent New Richmond Educational News
- Summer Stretch Program Available to District Students - To help prevent the summer brain drain, the School District of New Richmond offers a program called Jump Start each summer. The program is open to all students in kindergarten through the eighth grade, and features activities related to literacy and math.
- 4K Program Options for District's Youngest Learners - Families in New Richmond who wish to enroll their children in a four-year-old kindergarten can do so each spring. The School District of New Richmond works with families and community organizations to provide four-year-olds with a high-quality preschool experience.
- District Report Card Available Online - The state report card for the School District of New Richmond is available for parents and other interested parties. The report can be found online via the district’s website and provides information about how well students are doing achieving the academic standards, graduation rates, college-going rates, and other information.
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Chalk Talk: Schools Without Grade Levels
Some public school districts have begun to experiment with a whole new paradigm of education. Rather than having grade levels with children assigned to third grade, seventh grade, or twelfth grade, students are classified by how much they know. Many of these new approaches to viewing achievement are competency-based. This means that students participate in classes based on what they know, not how old they are. In these situations, an algebra class may be composed mostly of 13 or 14 year olds, but there might be some 11 and 12 year olds with them as well. When a student demonstrates that they have mastered a subject, they move on when they are ready, not when the school year ends. In many districts that have adopted this system, student achievement is up, both in terms of classroom performance and on standardized tests.