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North Battleford District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Living Sky School Division No. 202 is located in Northwest Central Saskatchewan, in the heart of wheat and oil country. The district encompasses a wide geographical area consisting of 18 communities, including he Battlefords and many First Nations communities and Hutterite colonies. Living Sky serves 5,700 students in 29 schools—five of which are located in North Battleford, SK. An interesting fact about the school district, which was formed in June 2005, is that a third grader from the Hillsvale Colony School selected its name. Living Sky School Division No. 202 has developed Scope and Sequence guidelines for English language arts. Each grade level is organized by academic standards in the areas of “compose & create” and “comprehend and respond.”
We currently cover the following North Battleford-area school district: Living Sky School Division No. 202.
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North Battleford 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.
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Our educators have graduated from top academic institutions, and many of them have achieved in the 90th percentile or higher on standardized tests. Equally importantly, they enjoy coaching students across a variety of subject areas and standardized tests
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the North Battleford District Curriculum
Each curricular standard includes the expected student outcome, the big ideas and enduring understanding that guide the learning within the standard, the overarching essential questions of each standard, the knowledge students are expected to gain, the tasks students are expected to be able to do, and the evidence of student understanding. Similarly, the district has devised the Math Progression of Outcomes that show how students’ learning in math progresses from grade level to grade level in the areas of place value, patterns and relations, and fractions.
The curricular guidelines also includes expected student outcomes by grade level, students’ progression of understanding why the math is the way is it, the progression of the learning (from rote counting to skip counting to comparing and relating numbers, etc.), the big ideas, the mathematical vocabulary that is important at each grade level, the instructional strategies that are used, and some misconceptions about mathematical ideas at each grade level.
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Keeping Informed: Recent North Battleford Educational News
- North Battleford Senior Juggles It All, Named Jr. Citizen of the Year - A twelfth grader at North Battleford Comprehensive High was chosen as the Jr. Citizen of the Year. She is very active in her school, participating in several sports and clubs, including the drama club, where she received the Saskatchewan Drama Association Cheer Award (a spirit award of sorts). She has demonstrated her leadership, organizing weekly activities for the Student Representative Council, helping kick off and becoming the president of the new Students Against Drunk Driving club, and attending various leadership camps outside of school.
- North Battleford Comprehensive High Supports the Lighthouse Through Fundraising - North Battleford Comprehensive High’s Me to We group recently presented a check worth $1,500 to a representative from The Lighthouse Serving the Battlefords shelter. The group was able to contribute $500 through four fundraisers, while the remaining $1,000 was made available via a Telus grant after Telus sponsored the Free the Speaker presentation at the high school. Through its various fundraisers, Me to We was also able to contribute the last $1,600 needed to complete the $10,000 Kenya school building project.
- NBCHS Opens New Gym - Members of the Living Sky school board were on hand at the official grand opening ceremony of North Battleford Comprehensive High’s new gymnasium. The gym, which will be primarily used for grades 7 and 8, includes four badminton courts, two basketball cross-courts, two volleyball cross-courts, space for full regulation basketball and volleyball courts, and a mezzanine area that will allow for 120-140 bleachers. The added space allows for more than one physical education class and extracurricular event to run at the same time.
Chalk Talk: Understanding Reading Level
Teachers know that children in their class will read at all different grade levels, so it is important for them to help students find books at the appropriate reading level—not too easy or challenging. This is why they must understand reading levels that state the grade level each student is currently reading at. This number can range from 1.0 to 12.9. For example, a student who is reading at a grade level of 3.5 is reading at the level expected of a child in his/her fifth month of third grade. Unless teachers have a class of students reading at a similar level, they will likely have students reading a great deal below the level they should be reading at. It is not of much benefit to these students to read books that match up with the grade they are in because they are too challenging for them to read fluently and comprehend.