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Portland District and Curriculum

The Portland Public Schools educate approximately 7,000 students focusing on Early Literacy. Math, Language Arts, and Science. The district encourages every child to be self directed learners and open their minds to cultural opportunities and cutting edge technology that will enable them to be leaders in the community and in life.

We currently cover the following Portland-area school district: Portland Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Portland District Curriculum

The Language Arts curriculum at Portland Maine Schools begins at the pre-K level, with daily reading and literacy activities that promote early reading and writing. Students continue through the middle and high school years with skill building activities and projects such as writer’s workshops, research and book reports, grammatical analysis and peer projects and reviews. Thematic Units are utilized whenever appropriate to integrate Science and History into literacy development.

Math and Science continues the rigorous and challenging curriculum, teaching students early math concepts and foundations in arithmetic, geometry and early algebra. This foundation enables students to flourish later in the middle and high school years where students are expected to master Algebra I and encouraged to continue on to college level math.

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Portland Area Educational News

  • Singing for Charity to Stop Bullying - A local non-profit called Keeping Kids Safe, is the recipient of money raised at Pat's Pizza in Portland to raise awareness and stop bullying in schools, online and on the playground. The song "Show Me the Light," which has gained popularity on YouTube is shown. This is one of the many student led efforts to promote anti-bullying.
  • PE Teacher Wins Highest Award - Physical Education teacher Christine Bearce has been recognized by her peers and superiors earning the highest award given for leadership given by the Maine Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Implementing programs such as Jump Rope for Heart and intramural afterschool programs are examples of what make this educator so special.
  • Portland Schools to Undergo Major Renovations - Major plans to update and replace the Portland Maine Elementary schools are underway. Proposals are being worked and a referendum is scheduled to be sent to voters in 2013. The importance of keeping buildings and equipment up to date help students get the best quality of education. In addition to the renovations, a redistricting plan is being proposed for a more even distribution of students across school zones.

Portland 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 to Transition from Elementary School to Middle School

Although only divided by one year, the difference between elementary school and middle school can be eye opening for parents. Parents can help with this transition by being informed, involved and talking to their student about what to expect. Visit the school often and get to know your child's teachers. Then you have a source of information about what is really going on at school. Don't let your child get so absorbed with the social aspect of middle school that they forget the academics. Although middle school is only a step from the primary years, it is essential for children to do well, as it sets them up for high school and eventually college.

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