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Norcross District and Curriculum

Norcross city students attend Gwinnett County Public Schools. Students follow a curriculum of Academic Knowledge and Skills (AKS) standards that prepare students for what they need to know and be able to do in the future. Parent resources are available to help extend student learning in the home. Visit the district website for an AKS booklet for your child’s grade level. Students also benefit from community service, character education, and extracurricular activities that coincide with their interests.

We currently cover the following Norcross-area school district: Gwinnett County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Norcross District Curriculum

Academic Knowledge and Skills are aligned with Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS), standards implemented in many schools across the nation. At each grade level, AKS are integrated in many subject areas – language arts in grades K-12, with literacy standards integrated into science, social studies and technical education in the middle and high school, and within math in grades K-10.

The standards are also aligned with standardized achievement tests, ensuring students will be prepared for state-required tests, such as End-of-Grade or Course, K-8 competency tests, writing assessments in grades 3, 5, 8 and 11, and the ACT and SAT. Developed by educators and community members, AKS are real-world applicable and rigorous in the depth and content of student learning. Reviewed annually for possible changes, the AKS incorporate recommendations from school and community surveys in the upcoming school year, as approved by the superintendent.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Norcross Educational News

  • Intel Science and Technology Fair - Gwinnet County Public Schools will be represented in the Intel Science and Technology Fair, held this year in Los Angeles, California May 11-16. Seven students from three area high schools are competing against other innovators and true scientists from around the world. Having competed in earlier Science and Engineering Fairs, these students earned a spot in the international competition with their scientific projects and research. The prize: international recognition!!
  • Kudzu Art Zone - The Kudzu Art Zone is where you can find and be inspired by the work of local artists. The gallery showcases the regional work to inspire creativity within the community and other growing artists. Children, teens and adults can attend monthly art demonstrations, enroll in workshops, classes and art groups and even enter their own artwork in frequent exhibitions hosted by Kudzu Art Zone. Explore your artistic side and visit or participate in the gallery’s many creative opportunities.
  • Dual Language Immersion Program - Three Gwinnett County elementary schools will begin a Dual Language Immersion Program the 2014-2015 school year. Annistown Elementary and Bethesda Elementary will integrate the Spanish language, Trip Elementary will integrate the French language. The Dual Immersion Program follows a 50/50 model – students spend at least half the school day learning Academic Knowledge and Skills in the second language – that has been successful in Utah and South Carolina. The pilot program is voluntary with enrollment beginning with incoming kindergartens and will build each year by grade level.

Norcross 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: Dual Language Programs

More schools are beginning to integrate a second language into the school day within student learning. Children moving from a different country into an American city are confronted with a language barrier. These children use their native language in the home, but when it comes to school, most learning is through the American language; a second, and maybe even challenging language, for them. The language barrier can then be an obstacle to their learning. Foreign language - speaking students can benefit from a Dual Immersion program. By integrating Spanish or French in the classroom, in subjects such as mathematics and science, schools are providing students with the skills they need to be better prepared for today’s society. If English is your second language, consider a Dual Immersion Program for your child. Give your child the ability to continue your native language in school to help them in their learning as well as maintain the language and culture you and your family come from.