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Raymond District and Curriculum
The Raymond School District follows the Common Core Curriculum in the areas of Mathematics and Language Arts, following the New Hampshire State Curriculum in all other areas. The district also is in the process of producing standards-based report cards, rather than letter grades per subject area. This will allow teachers to assign multiple grades per class, based on the skills they are expected to have mastered.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Raymond District Curriculum
The Mathematics curriculum begins by introducing students to basic arithmetic and numeric operations. In primary school, students are exposed to a variety of different mathematical constructs, including addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. Students are exposed to decimals, negative numbers, fractions, and measurements. In secondary school, students will also be responsible for ratios, proportional measurements, functions, geometric equations, statistics and probability, as well as algebraic concepts.
Within English Language Arts, students begin by recognizing simple letters and words, practicing both their reading and writing fluency. Students learn to express themselves via the written word, and how to interpret other writings. Both nonfiction and fiction texts are encountered, and students should become comfortable with analyzing them to varying degrees. As students advance to higher grades, their analysis is expected to reach greater depths and include ample research.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Raymond Educational News
- 21st Century After School Programs - Raymond School District offers after school programs at all three of its campuses. These programs are designed to provide a safe, fun environment for students to participate in a variety of activities. Using grant money, the school district is able to bring state-of-the-art programs to Raymond students.
- Standards-Based Grading - In an innovative twist, Raymond School District is modifying the usual grading process. Instead of providing a single letter grade for each subject, the students will be graded on skills learned within each subject. These skills will relate directly back to the state standards and will provide a much more disaggregated view of student progress.
- District Voting News - The votes have been tallied for Raymond School District, and the final decisions are available for residents to view. Both the operating budget and the collective bargaining agreement passed, while the RESS Special Meeting proposal did not. Also passing were the capital year funds and year-end fund retention.
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Chalk Talk: Rhetorical Devices: Asyndeton
Sometimes, in the written argument, a writer may want to give the reader a sense of speed. This idea of quickening the pace of an argument can often improve the position of the writer, because it allows them to “throw” a variety of options at the reader. This is most easily achieved through the use of asyndeton. Asyndeton occurs when the conjunctions (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so) are taken out of a group of phrases or clauses. For example, an argument could say, “the impact of the new law was poverty, homelessness, and anger,” or, the argument could say, “the impact of the new law was poverty, homelessness, anger.” By removing the conjunction from the second example the three items are more closely linked together, increasing the intensity of the example.