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Sandpoint District and Curriculum

The Lake Pend Oreille School District strives to engage its students in community involvement. The district tries to provide an emotionally and physically safe and secure, vital environment in which students can become independent learners. The district facilitates an environment of mutual respect and trust in order to honor the strengths of each individual. It holds high expectations for teaching and learning, which lead to increased student achievement and academic growth.

We currently cover the following Sandpoint-area school district: Lake Pend Oreille School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Sandpoint District Curriculum

The school district also promotes a spirit of teamwork and collegiality, which it feels is essential to individual growth and overall continues improvement. They also try to model and teach to the concepts of interconnectedness so that students will be able to operate in a global society as they plan for their post-secondary transition.

The curriculum emphasizes critical thinking and reading skills, focusing on nonfiction reading as well as fiction and poetry. Students gather evidence from their reading to write analytic essays. Oral presentations are valued, as is vocabulary acquisition. The goal is for students to delve below the surface with their reading and get to the heart of the authors’ intentions. Having a clear understanding of the importance of evidence also helps students express ideas, based on reasoning, rather than opinions. This critical thinking will serve them well in college and career.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Sandpoint Educational News

  • Fuze Magazine - The Entrepeneurship Class at Clark Fork High School has developed an online magazine that keeps community members up-to-date on happenings within the community. Fuze Magazine is a student-developed and run publication and focuses on many of the entrepreneurial activities in and around the Sandpoint community.
  • Volunteer Opportunities - There are many ways to volunteer in the district from working in the classroom with students, to assisting teachers, to raising funds that support extracurricular activities, learning initiatives, and student scholarships. Parents who are able to volunteer are encouraged to find the most suitable activity for them.
  • Idaho Core Resources - As school districts around the state update their curriculum and implement Common Core Standards, the Lake Pend Oreille School District has provided detailed information for parents so they can understand the changes. There is a basic FAQ and links to the curricular expectations as well.

Sandpoint 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 Resumes Do’s and Don’ts

One of the trickiest aspects of a college resume is the formatting. The layout should be clean and clear, easy to scan, with pertinent information jumping out to the reader. The applicant’s name, address, contact information, and grade point average should be centered at the top. The rest of the page should be broken into sections with activities grouped under major themes, like “Leadership,” “Awards,” “Community Service,” and the like. Under these titles, list activities that apply with a short description of each. This description should begin with the dates the student began and finished this activity, or indicating that it’s ongoing. Then, a brief list of responsibilities involved. Remember that this description doesn’t have to be written in complete sentences—it should only be a line or two, and should be very specific and to the point. Most resumes have room for four to six sections with two to four activities in each.