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Northwest Harborcreek District and Curriculum
Harbor Creek School District teaches common core standards including English, math, writing, science and social studies. Students take examinations to verify that they are reaching proficiency in various core subjects as well. Students at the Harbor Creek School District have Special Education programs available for those who need it. There are also accommodations for gifted students. Students who speak a language besides English at home may receive extra English assistance as well to bring them up to proficiency in the language.
We currently cover the following Northwest Harborcreek-area school district: Harbor Creek School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Northwest Harborcreek District Curriculum
Elementary students at Harbor Creek School District not only learn basic core standards, they also learn Spanish from the first grade, art and music, family and consumer science, handwriting, technology and many other things. Junior high and high school students, besides showing proficiency on core subjects and completing a senior project, must also fulfill required courses in order to graduate.
The course requirements include English and composition classes and students are required to write for many purposes including business proposals, newspaper articles, and research papers. Upon graduation, students are expected to be able to write across genres and audiences with little to no grammar or punctuation mistakes. Students also must be proficient in all aspects of math, science, and social studies. Students in secondary school may elect to continue studying Spanish, or they may switch to learning French as another option.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Northwest Harborcreek Educational News
- High School Baseball Team Puts On Summer Baseball Clinic - Harbor Creek High School Varsity and Junior Varsity Coaches work with their teams to put on an annual baseball clinic for Little League players ages seven through twelve. Keep up the good work!
- Summer Swim Club Opportunity for Harbor Creek Students - There is being offered a summer competitive swim club for students of the Harbor Creek School District. Children up to 17 years old are invited to participate in several groups including Diving, Beginner, Intermediate and Elite.
- Harbor Creek High School Academic Excellence Team - The newly formed Academic Excellence Team at the Senior High School is a group of teachers, administrators, students, parents, and community members who are looking at ways to increase the opportunities for students to achieve academic excellence. This can be through new learning initiatives, work learning opportunities in the community, or extracurricular clubs.
Northwest Harborcreek 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: How Students Can Memorize Information
Mnemonics are very helpful for auditory learners and can be adapted to visual learners as well. There are some other fantastic memorization methods that can be extremely effective for tactile learners as well. If you must learn a process, you may want to draw it out in some type of order or graph. Be sure to use lots of colors and detail in your drawing as you outline what is going on in the process you are describing. The drawing doesn’t need to be sophisticated, but it should get the message across to you. You may also add clues from one piece of information to another to help connect them in your brain. Students may use Venn Diagrams to help them remember things as well or other visual methods of presenting information such as graphs, pie charts, and others. Pyramid schemes can be helpful as well. These can be combined with Word Mnemonics to make the memorization even easier.