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Seabrook District and Curriculum

The Seabrook School District curriculum is based on the New Hampshire College & Career Ready Standards (NH CCRS), as well as the New Hampshire and the Common Core State Standards. The goal of the NH CCRS is to promote learning and knowledge that students can eventually use beyond the classroom. Hence, the skills taught throughout the students’ secondary education is designed to prepare them for future careers and higher education. To that end, there are also many extracurricular activities within the school and community for students to participate in.

We currently cover the following Seabrook-area school district: School Administrative Unit 21.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Seabrook District Curriculum

Several years ago the State of New Hampshire decided to adopt the Common Core Standards as guidelines for teaching English language arts and mathematics. These standards addressed a critical need to create a student body capable of competing in an international arena and the need for a cohesive set of educational goals across the United States that had not existed before.

As it is the goal of the district to ensure student-centered learning, teachers and administrators have focused on creating learning environments where students can use their newly developing skills across subjects, instead of solely applying their skills to math or language. Accordingly, teachers have pointed out that this shift in learning not only means that teachers will have to find new approaches to instruction to help their students meet grade level expectations, but also students will need to be open to new approaches to learning. Thus student success is not only the responsibility of the instructor, but the responsibility of the learner as well.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Seabrook Educational News

  • Changes in Leadership - In August, the principal of Seabrook Elementary School will resign and the district is conducting a search for the next principal. There will be an interim principal in place until applicants for the principal position are interviewed.
  • Annual Father Daughter Dance - The district newsletter features common school events and news stories. A story that stands out is the 2014 Father Daughter Sweetheart Dance.
  • Wars of the Cupcakes - Two members of the Seabrook School Nutrition Culinary Team placed in the annual Cupcake Wars baking competition of New Hampshire. One team member won first place and the other received honorable mention.

Seabrook 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: Going Away to College

Leaving for college is an important decision that is normally viewed with excitement: Starting college is like starting a new phase of one’s life. However, it’s important to realize that after the initial excitement diminishes, you may feel the beginning nudges of homesickness. Sometimes leaving for college means leaving friends and family behind. Although you will most likely meet new friends, you’ll still miss your old ones. Keep in mind that missing the familiar is normal. As you adapt to college life, your emotional state will fluctuate, as is expected. Take time before you leave to spend meaningful moments with friends and family that have been your support system and instrumental to your success. Knowing that you have the support of friends and family, even if from afar, makes the transition to life away from home easier.

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