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Sartell District and Curriculum
The mission statement of Sartell-St. Stephens Schools is “where excellence is the expected outcome of all learners.” To promote excellence for all learners, the district has implemented an innovative and engaging curriculum that helps students develop the necessary tools to be successful in the modern world. Learning experiences are challenging, yet made interesting by incorporating hands-on learning, field-based learning, and technology into the curriculum. Sartell-St. Stephens Schools also promotes the social and emotional development of its students through various character education programs that teach students about diversity, citizenship, and making positive contributions to the community in which they live.
We currently cover the following Sartell-area school district: Sartell-St. Stephens Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Sartell District Curriculum
Middle school students in Sartell learn about motion and energy as part of the science curriculum. Students explore force, and explain how the sum of forces on an object impacts the manner in which that object moves. Learners develop an understanding of Newton’s theory of motion, and recognize that when forces upon an object are balanced that the object will remain at rest or move at a constant speed. The difference between mass and weight is examined as well. Learners also describe the properties of waves, noting the characteristics of frequency, wavelength, amplitude, and speed.
The study of U.S. history is central to Sartell’s high school social studies curriculum. Students examine the Revolutionary War, noting the primary reasons why American colonists wanted to break away from the British Empire. The principles and ideas underlying the War for Independence are examined as well, with students analyzing the philosophical underpinnings of those arguments. In assessing the ability of the Americans to wage war and win against the British, learners outline the contributions of other nations to the colonists’ war efforts.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Sartell Educational News
- Sartell-St. Stephens Schools Discuss Strategic Planning for Learning - Patrons of Sartell-St. Stephens Schools recently learned about the district’s vision to integrate more technology into schools. Several teachers showcased how they use technology to engage students in learning that is more valuable and applicable to 21st century life.
- District Families Can Connect with Skyward Family Access - To improve the means by which families obtain information about their children, Sartell-St. Stephens Schools has implemented Skyward Family Access. The program allows parents to go online to see their child’s grades, attendance, lunch money balance, and more. For students who need additional monitoring, this helps parents see what's happening on a more regular basis.
- High School Program Recognized for Excellent Yearbook - The yearbook program at Sartell High School has been recognized as a National Yearbook Program of Excellence. The award was given by Jostens, a yearbook production company. This award speaks to the artistry, organization, and editorial skills of all the students, and their faculty advisor, who work on the yearbook.
Sartell 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: Boys Lag Behind Girls in School Success
There is growing concern over the widening gap between the success of girls and boys in K-12 education. Some argue that the reason why boys are lagging behind their female counterparts is that there aren’t enough male teachers to serve as role models in the education environment. Others point to a lack of boy-friendly reading material in modern English curricula. Whatever the case, boys lag behind girls in a variety of areas of achievement, including in the all-important areas of reading and writing. Researchers suggest that to reverse this trend, teachers need to include more boy-friendly reading and writing assignments to encourage boys to master those skills. Likewise, experts indicate that tutoring in the areas of reading and writing can help boys make up some of the ground they have lost.