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Northglenn, Colorado Tutoring Programs
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Northglenn District and Curriculum
The schools in Northglenn follow the Colorado Academic Standards which provide the comprehensive guidelines for student learning. In all areas of core academics and including the arts, technology, career outcomes, and extended evidence outcomes, students have all they need to form the basis for learning in any subject they wish to pursue. The curriculum begins by focusing on fundamentals and progresses towards expectations that will prepare students for the rigors of college academics or a challenging or innovative career field.
We currently cover the following Northglenn-area school district: Adams 12 Five Star School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Northglenn District Curriculum
In Language Arts, early learning outcomes are oriented towards the learning objectives of understanding and knowing when to apply reading strategies to make meaning of a text; increasingly students should possess comprehension and fluency, and develop and use a varied vocabulary and practice word recognition. These are a great many skills, but the goal is for students to have a broad grasp on the language and become effective communicators who are able to express and understand analytic thought in speech or writing.
The Math curriculum organizes around the principles of numerical operations, algebraic operations, geometric thinking and measurement, and data analysis. The skills become very specific by high school, and students take full year courses that help them master a deep level of problem-solving skills in equations, dimensional measurement, or statistics. The math curriculum aims to translate these skills into applicable, real world knowledge.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Northglenn Educational News
- Print Studio - A great resource for members of the school community is the Adams District Print Studio. This gives family an option to obtain various information and school community images in a hard copy format per request. This is a quick and easy service that helps expedite the collection of all valuable information from the school years.
- Two for Technology - 'Two for Technology' is a program sponsored by Education Foundation which has a goal of eliciting $2 per month from donors and directing that money to enhancing the technology available to students. The ultimate goal is to raise $100,000 with which to support the acquisition of technology equipment for student use.
- Education Foundation - The Education Foundation is an integral facet of the school community and serves the district by raising funds to support a range of classroom learning initiatives and student scholarships. The Education Foundation offers parents the chance to participate in a variety of ways from planning events, to participating or donating, and to advising on how funds are distributed by the foundation.
Northglenn 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: Assessing Students Reading Levels
Teachers face the challenge of assessing the various reading levels of students in their class and ensuring that each student has reading material and/or assistance that is appropriate to their needs. This can be done using a number of assessments that can help determine the lexile, or reading level, of a student. Also, teachers can assess students’ reading levels with pre-made leveled books that come with questions. At home, parents can keep track of the number of words students read correctly out of the total number of words in certain books and locate or come up with their own questions to test comprehension, but this will of course be less accurate than the assessments educators give. Particularly at home, children should be developing a love for reading and so books with a low frustration level are best to have available.