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Schuyler District and Curriculum

Schuyler Community Schools has a vision of a school system with a large amount of parental involvement, community involvement, and, of course, student involvement. They have an objective to meet the needs of every learner and create skilled, responsible and knowledgeable adults in our global society. The Nebraska State Department of Education developed the standards of learning for the school system, which focuses on the common core curriculum of Science, Mathematics, History, and Language Arts.

We currently cover the following Schuyler-area school district: Schuyler Community Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Schuyler District Curriculum

Within the Math learning strands, the material covered includes the demonstration of operations. Operations include those with fractions, integers, and decimals, and the students are instructed to use words, symbols, and illustrations to explain a variety of these operations. The multiplication and division of fractions, for example, are to be shown in these three ways by the students, as well as the multiplication and division of fractions and integers.

Consisting of a broad Language Arts curriculum, the objectives comprise the skills of communication. Students will learn to apply their writing abilities to communicate with others their purpose of their text through the complete writing process. The demonstration of writing techniques is increased by grade level as the students impart research skills, such as gathering primary and secondary sources using online means, by books and interviewing, and through media sources.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Schuyler Educational News

  • Successful Read Across America Week! - Schuyler Elementary School had a fun-filled week celebrating Read across America. They had Spirit Days in which the students were able to dress up according to the day’s theme, such as “Team Up with a Book” (dress up in team and sports apparel), “The Sleep Book” (pajama day), and many more. Classrooms also celebrated this national week by having a variety of guests from the community come and read to their classes.
  • Superintendent Search - Schuyler Community Schools is conducting a Superintendent Search and wants your input! Surveys have gone out and all community members are able to fill them out and write about what they would like to see in the new Superintendent. Good luck to the past Superintendent, Mr. Stevens, and Schuyler Community Schools gives best wishes to your future endeavors!
  • SchuyPad Initiative - The Technology Committee of the school system has been, since 2010, working towards a goal of having each student receive an iPAD to use for the school year. They are coming closer to this goal! This year the middle school and high school students each have their own SchuyPad (pronounced Sky-Pad), and have been using them in school and at home. The students who checked out an iPAD attended an inservice on how to use the technology, along with do’s and don’ts. The students are really enjoying their new “free” technology!

Schuyler 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: The Search for a Superintendent

When a school system has a Superintendent that resigns, there are various phases that are taken before a new one is hired. Each school system does it differently, but the main steps are: the public becomes aware that the system is searching for a superintendent, surveys go out and are available to all community members, the pool of entrants is analyzed and the pool is slimmed down after looking at all of the input from the community, and eventually, after many interviews, the hiring. There are several interviews with the top numbered candidates, and the interviews take place with an interview committee.