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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pinehurst District Curriculum
The North Carolina Standard Course of Study provides progressive frameworks for each subject area that introduce students to the basics during elementary schools and build on those lessons during middle and high school. The math and language arts frameworks incorporate the goals of the Common Core State Standards which provide a focused, college-preparatory series of learning expectations. The expectations include the key skills, knowledge, and concepts that students should learn each year.
The district has developed detailed websites for each area of Curriculum and Instruction. For example, the English/Language Arts section contains resources on the Common Core and NC Essential Standards, the instructional support model used in the content area, note taking and study skills, and parent guides. Other resources include STEM infusion which explores the integration of science, technology, engineering and math, professional development, organizational charts, media services, digital learning, and intervention programs.
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Pinehurst District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Moore County Schools consist of nearly 13,000 students in 23 total schools: 14 elementary schools, five middle schools, three high schools, and one alternative school. Moore County Schools’ Curriculum and Instruction team is comprised of PK-12 Instructional Specialists in the following areas: English Language Arts; Math; Science/Health & Physical Education; Advanced Studies & Social Studies; English as a Second Language, World Languages, Arts Education & Media; and Career Technical Education. The schools use the North Carolina Standard Course of Study and students are measured against these standards through the Literacy and Mathematics Assessments.
We currently cover the following Pinehurst-area school district: Moore County Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Pinehurst Educational News
- Pinecrest High Hosts College Night - Pinecrest High hosted a College Night aimed at Moore County sophomores and juniors who are thinking about college. The free event was attended by representatives from over 35 colleges and universities as well as recruiters from the four branches of the military and military academies. Students had the opportunity to walk from table to table to speak with representatives and to collect brochures and other information about the institutions.
- County, School Officials Impressed By Students’ Digital Learning - Moore County students in all grade levels had the opportunity to display their technological skills in front of parents, peers, teachers, and county and school district officials during the second annual Digital Learning Showcase. The event is designed to show how digital tools can be implemented in “powerful and innovative ways” to promote 21st Century learning. Officials were impressed by the level of work, which included projects on robotics, video game creation, 3-D printing, digital storytelling, and web page design.
- Moore County Middle Schools Compete in Great Debate - Students from sixth Moore County middle schools showed off their argumentative and public speaking skills during the 8th Annual Middle School Debate at Sandhills Community College. The event featured 116 middle school students competing as debaters, timekeepers, and alternates as well as 12 members of the Pinecrest High School debate team serving as co-judges. The competition referred to as the middle school debaters’ “Super Bowl” helped prepare them for the middle school debate team and promote self-confidence.
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Chalk Talk: Choosing a Major
After choosing a college, one of the most important decisions students will make is choosing a major. Faculty advisors and guidance counselors can help identify colleges that offer programs that fit your skills well. If there’s time before heading off to college, volunteer at a few places that you think you might like to work. Spending time learning about jobs can help you decide what certificate or degree you want to pursue. Take a few classes outside your intended major just to see if something else appeals to you. It doesn’t hurt to weigh your options, but don’t wait too long: the longer you wait to decide on a major the more time you will spend in college, thus increasing your expenses.