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Republic District and Curriculum
The Republic School District curriculum follows the Missouri Learning Standards. The curriculum encourages students to solve real-world problems. With these clear learning expectations in place, the district hopes that students will have a solid foundation in all core subjects on which to build for future, higher-level ideas. The goal of this curriculum is that students become well-rounded, thoughtful citizens who are engaged with their own educations as well as their lives.
We currently cover the following Republic-area school district: Republic School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Republic District Curriculum
In mathematics, the curriculum concentrates on a clear, organized set of math skills and concepts. Students focus on fewer ideas while exploring those ideas to a greater depth so that those students have a deeper understanding of mathematical formulas and principles, rather than just memorizing. The primary emphasis is on operational ability, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. Science classes follow a similar standard, beginning with a study of the physical world and building on this foundation to explore advanced engineering problems, for example.
In humanities classes, students read complex texts and study them for meaning and intent. Students must speak and write intelligently about their reading, evaluating for validity as well. When students can communicate well-thought-out ideas, they are more likely to be able to seek out and find what they want in life, either with their educations or their careers.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Republic Educational News
- STRIPES 360 - STRIPES 360 is a district run program to provide care for students before and after school hours. The program offers a variety of engaging extracurricular activities for students to participate in which are geared to the different age groups represented throughout the district.
- Community Bulletin Board - The school district has a Community Bulletin Board which provides links to local resources, such as local charitable organizations, local historic sites, community news sources, and parent involvement opportunities.
- Academic Guidance - The Guidance Department at Republic High School is there to help students with their future plans. Students are encouraged to become familiar with their services during their freshman year. The counselors can help students determine their best course of study, connect with learning opportunities outside the school, and are invaluable with all aspects of college planning.
Republic 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: Recommendations: Who to Ask
On average, colleges tend to want two recommendations for applicants. Some only want one, but many want two, so it’s best to ask for two. These should be classroom teachers who have taught the student during the junior or senior year. A teacher who has taught the student in an academic subject, or who has had some other interaction with the student, as well, is an especially good choice, because that teacher will have insights into the student that other teachers might not have. If the student knows his/her major, of course, asking a teacher from that or a similar discipline is best. Otherwise, it can be tricky to figure out. Most students will ask a teacher who gave them a good grade, which is fine. But what if a student did badly in a class, but worked really hard? If the teacher can demonstrate this in his/her recommendation, than this can be an especially effective recommendation to have.