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Rupert District and Curriculum

The Minidoka County Joint School District strives to provide a safe, productive, challenging atmosphere for students to achieve their full potential. In addition to a rigorous, supportive curriculum, the school encourages students to become involved in extracurricular activities, from sports to arts and music. The school also encourages students to become involved in the community. Students who are engaged in their community are more likely to become engaged citizens as adults.

We currently cover the following Rupert-area school district: Minidoka County Joint School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rupert District Curriculum

The Minidoka County Joint School District also encourages an environment where students are held accountable for making positive, healthy choices, socially and otherwise. The goal is that students become active, engaged citizens and learners who take responsibility and develop independence in their own learning.

Minico High School’s curriculum follows the Idaho state standards for math and humanities. Math classes focus on foundational topics so that students have a firm understanding of the material before moving onto more complex concepts. Lessons are applied to real-world situations whenever possible so that students are able to relate to and understand the concepts better. Humanities classes focus on reading complex texts for comprehension as well as diffing below the surface for analysis. The goal of this is that students learn critical thinking and problem-solving skills and tools that they can use in college and their careers.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Rupert Educational News

  • District Committee Goals - The school district offers parents and community members the chance to serve on a handful of different committees which advise the district on policy related to certain areas of school administration. Options include a Great Teachers Committee, Idaho Core Website Committee, School Improvement Committee, to name a few.
  • Great Teachers and Leaders Committee - The Great Teachers and Leaders Committee focuses on classroom and administrative leadership and advises the district on the goals that should be established for teachers and other school leaders. The group meets regularly and also discusses matters such as teacher evaluations.
  • 21st Century Classrooms Committee - The 21st Century Classrooms Committee works together to ensure that students have access to and an environment conducive to advanced learning that prepares them for life after-graduation. This group incorporates all aspects from technology to bullying prevention in their considerations and recommendations for the district.

Rupert 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: College List

Compiling a list of colleges to apply to is one of the most stressful things about being a high school student. There are some general rules of thumb that can make it easier. One key thing to remember is that research is essential. Simply applying to some colleges you’ve heard of is a good way to end up at a college you hate. It’s fine to take suggestions from friends, family, etc., but be sure to actually investigate those colleges. Look at their websites and see what programs are offered. Look up some stats about the types of students accepted; if your GPA and test scores don’t line up with theirs, this might not be the best college to apply to. Most importantly, visit the college. When you step on campus, you will be able to get a feel for what the college is really like. Maybe you hate it; well, then you probably shouldn’t apply. But maybe you’ll love it. The important thing is to visit before your moving in day, when you don’t really have any other options.