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Payette District and Curriculum

Payette School District follows the Idaho Common Core Standards which provides a clear set of learning standards dedicated to the same subject area topics that students should master each year. Whenever possible, these concepts learned in each class will be applied to real-world situations so that students can develop strategies for solving more accessible, relatable problems. This will give students critical thinking and problem-solving skills that they can take with them, whether they pursue post-secondary education or directly enter the workforce.

We currently cover the following Payette-area school district: Payette School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Payette District Curriculum

The English and humanities curriculum challenges students by having them read different types of texts, from classic literature to non-fiction. When students graduate, they should be well-versed in reading all types of texts at a higher level. Students write analytical papers and make oral presentations. They are required to dig below the surface of different types of texts, ranging from hard copy books to digital resources. They gather evidence from their reading, evaluate it, and use it to back up their written and oral presentations, so that they demonstrate that they can support their arguments and decisions with evidence.

In mathematics classes, students delve deeply into fewer concepts so that each student has a full understanding before moving on to the next concept. Students are taught to understand why the math works and will be asked to prove this understanding, instead of just memorizing formulas.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Payette Educational News

  • Payette FFA Chapter - The local chapter of FFA, or Future Farmers of America, provides students with opportunities to participate in agricultural events and learning experiences. For students who are interested in this field as a career, there are many pre-professional learning experiences associated with being a member of the FFA.
  • Dance Team - The PHS Dance Team is offered to students who wish to perform and to participate in dance competitions on a local and regional level. Many styles of dance are introduced to students who participate in the team.
  • Cutlass - For students who wish to participate in school journalism, the Cutlass is the high school newspaper. It offers an online platform that gets information out to students and teachers regularly about school issues and events. Students who wish to learn more about online journalism and media should think about joining the newspaper.

Payette 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: College Resumes

What should an applicant include on a resume, and how should it be formatted? College resumes include extracurricular activities, which can range from sports, theater, arts, clubs, summer or after-school jobs, etc. The thing to remember is that these activities should demonstrate various qualities and interests in the student. A good rule of thumb is to include activities that demonstrate multiple qualities. For example, involvement in a club is great, but being a leader of a club is better. Also, being involved in a club with a special focus, like community service or diversity awareness, looks good. Remember that different types of activities can be grouped together for more impact. Instead of just having a “Clubs” section, maybe have a “Leadership” or “Community Involvement” section. The key is remembering that this document is designed to be read quickly, so important information should jump out at the reader.