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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pembroke District Curriculum

Teachers now are not just using a single math textbook or program but are implementing various resources, including those that emphasize Common Core Standards skills and problem solving. Pembroke Public Schools has created a chart that lists the learning expectations for students for learning their math facts, along with the coordinating Common Core Standards. For example first grade students should be able to add and subtract numbers up to 10, while fourth graders need to be able to multiply and divide facts (0-12). The school district has also created Math Olympiad—a problem solving-based enrichment program for students In grades 4-6 who excel in math to work through.

The high school hosts a Program of Studies Night that informs parents and students of the courses available for the upcoming school year. There are several levels of courses offered: Advanced Placement (AP), honors, College Prep, and College Prep II and many electives designed to connect students with their career goals.

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Pembroke District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

Pembroke Public Schools contain five schools and 3,300 students. Pembroke has implemented the Common Core Standards into instruction. Additionally, the district is working to fully implement PARCC, an assessment that better aligns with Common Core and gauges students’ readiness for the next grade level, college, and their careers. All K-6 students in the district are assessed to determine their reading levels and progress in reading three times per year; this is also used to determine the correct reading level for books for students.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Pembroke Educational News

  • Pembroke Adds New Teaching and Learning Supervisor Position - Pembroke Public Schools announced that a new teaching position of Teaching and Learning Supervisor will be added to the district. The supervisor’s role will be to work with academic department heads in easing the transition to the Common Core Standards as well as being involved with teacher evaluations. Whoever is selected must have a strong teaching background and be known as a teacher leader.
  • Pembroke Elementary Schools Say No to Letter Grades - Last school year, Pembroke decided to replace letter grades on elementary school report grades with more specific language on student achievement based on the Common Core Standards. The elementary schools haven’t used letter grades for a few years, but the recent change in the report card system also makes the grading categories much more specific.
  • Pembroke Officials Excited About New School Year - Pembroke officials were highly anticipating the start of the 2014-15 school year, with the high school principal citing the increasing enrollment in AP courses. The new Hobomock Elementary principal equated her experience with a new adventure, as she has to learn about all the people, rituals, and routines of the school.

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Chalk Talk: What Do First Graders Learn in ELA?

According to the Common Core Standards, first graders should now be able to ask and answer questions about key details in the text; retell parts of the story; and identify characters, setting, and events on their own (without prompting). Also, they should show an understanding of the moral, or central message, of a story. Their recognition of craft and structure of texts will become more complex, as they identify words that pertain to the senses, compare fictional and nonfictional texts, and recognize whom the narrator is at each point in the story. First graders will, with teacher assistance, begin to read grade-appropriate prose and poetry. They will use illustrations and details in order to describe key ideas and determine the reasons an author gives to support his/her ideas. In terms of foundational skills, the main mastery related to print concepts is identifying the distinguishing features of a sentence, such as the capitalization of the first letter and that it ends with a punctuation mark.


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