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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Paradise District Curriculum

The science curriculum contains a number of learning outcomes that cover both content knowledge and the understanding of the process of scientific inquiry and discovery. The elementary curriculum focuses on content in earth and space, life, and physical science and also introduces students to scientific inquiry, problem-solving, and decision-making. By the end of middle school, students are studying topics such as water systems on earth, optics, cells, tissues, and how biologic systems function.

The elementary math curriculum provides expectations so that students become familiar with the problem-solving techniques they will use to solve problems with number systems, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. When students begin high school, they will be prepared to learn about topics such as square roots and surface area, exponent laws, rational numbers, linear relations, equations and inequalities, polynomials, and circle geometry. Students will also learn about the real-world applications of these functions.

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Paradise District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District uses the curriculum guides provided by the Department of Education and Early Child Development. The guides provide the scope, sequence, and grade-level expectations for students to meet in each subject. Each subject area guide is organized around the major topics so that students are introduced to them all as they move along from elementary to secondary school. For high school students, the curriculum guides also cover Co-operative Education and Career Education, and students can also take International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement courses.

We currently cover the following Paradise-area school district: Newfoundland and Labrador English School District.

Keeping Informed: Recent Paradise Educational News

  • International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme - The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is a rigorous college preparatory option for students who are interesting in pursuing a learning experience that takes a global focus. IB offers courses in Math, Science, Language Acquisition, Language and Literature, Individuals and Societies, and a capstone Theory of Knowledge course. The program also focuses on creativity, activity, service and requires students to complete a project demonstrating those qualities.
  • French Immersion Opportunities - Across the district, students have the chance to participate in French Immersion programs. There are early learning French Immersion programs that conduct instruction in both English and French and lay the foundation for bilingual students. There is also Intensive Core French programs that increase the amount of French instruction students receive starting in grade 6. The Late French Immersion option begins in grade 7 and offers 75% of teaching in French.
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Education Foundation - The Education Foundation is a charitable organization that works all year to raise funds which are used to support a wide range of learning programs, classroom initiatives, scholarships, and grants. Community members are invited to participate in the organizational activities or to join in the events and activities the group plans.

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Chalk Talk: Choosing an Extracurricular Activity

Extracurricular opportunities are important because they were designed so that students could choose groups or activities that are meaningful to them and connect with areas they are interested in pursuing. There are a few categories of extracurricular activities, so when students choose what groups they join they want to be sure the goals of the group are in line with their goals. There are groups that participate in academic competitions and give students the chance to hone their academic skills in subjects they may pursue in college. Some groups work on community outreach and service projects, which are well-suited for students interested in working with others on important projects. Other groups focus on areas of interest like the arts, literature, and robotics are a great way for students to enjoy their interests with their peers.


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