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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rindge District Curriculum
The Conant High School curriculum is competitive and rigorous. It focuses on critical thinking and analytical writing skills. Students read a variety of challenging texts across disciplines. They read for comprehension as well as authorial style and intent. They write thoughtfully about their reading, forming opinions and gathering evidence from the reading to support those opinions. Students also learn to communicate effectively orally and in a variety of formats. They learn problem solving skills and apply them to real-world situations whenever feasible. Science literacy is stressed. In mathematics classes, students are taught to understand how and why math concepts work.
Students also have the opportunity to experience many extracurricular activities, from sports to clubs and community service. These activities help promote engagement in the school and local community and encourage responsibility and pride.
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Rindge students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
Rindge District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Jaffrey-Rindge Cooperative School District strives to provide a safe, supportive learning environment for students by promoting diversity, respecting different learning styles, and offering all students opportunities to learn, regardless of any other perceived difference. Teachers are given the freedom to differentiate instruction to fit the needs of individual students. The goal is that students will become active, engaged students who take control of their own learning and become more prepared for a successful future.
We currently cover the following Rindge-area school district: Jaffrey-Rindge Cooperative School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Rindge Educational News
- Counseling Center - The Counseling Center is available to students for all range of academic planning and counseling services beginning with understanding the program of study options to securing scholarships and financial aid to college. The center has resources to understand career requirements and academic programs suited to individual goals.
- Library Media Center - The high school library offers both a brick and mortar place for students to study and find books, but also a wealth of online resources with which to conduct scholarly research. Students planning on attending college should be well familiarized with how to use these resources.
- Athletic Programs - The district has a number of sports teams for students to participate in, and their website helps families plan for schedules, meets and game events, and provides information about how the community can support local athletic activities.
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Chalk Talk: Finding Friends
College isn’t like high school. Sure, you’re still learning, you still have homework, but you also have a lot of autonomy. This can be great but it can also be difficult. Many first-time college students find that they have a hard time making friends. This is because they are in a new place with new people, and, whereas in high school, they might share classes with the same people, in college, they might have different people in every class. The first place to look for friends is probably going to be the dorm. You’re going to be spending a lot of time around these people, especially your roommate, so you might as well get to know them. But it can be a challenge since you don’t necessarily share interests. Student clubs and activities are a great place to meet like-minded individuals.