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Sherwood District and Curriculum
The Sherwood School District helps each student feel like they have a safe, but challenging environment for their educational purposes. The schools use the Common Core State Standards in Math and Language Arts to help students become educated citizens. Science is taught according to the Next Generation Science Standards. As part of the technology curriculum, students learn about Internet safety and ethics in order to be responsible digital citizens. Students also identify the ways in which technology improves communication and the ability to collaborate with others.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Sherwood District Curriculum
Reading is seen as a subject that reaches across the curriculum at Sherwood School district. Students use literature to help them learn concepts from exploring the school with “Pete the Cat Rocking My School,” to learning irony with “The Open window,” or conflict with “Two Kinds.” Students learn that each book is not only a doorway to reading but also a portal to information of all kinds.
Mathematics begins with allowing the students to study the materials that are used throughout the year. As they look into the blocks, beans and other materials, their minds begin to see what happens when you join sets together or when sets are taken away. This leads them to the basics of adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. From here they expand their horizons in many ways from geometry, and algebra, to probability and calculus. These student at Sherwood School District learn to become problem-solvers by the time they graduate high school.
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- BRIDGE - BRIDGE club has been organized to help incoming freshmen to Sherwood High School in their transition. Upperclassmen meet with students before the beginning of the school year to assist these students with any questions or fears they may have before starting high school. The upperclassmen become demonstrators of expectations from all students at this school.
- Chess Club - For students that enjoy strategic games of chess, the Chess Club is available. These students share knowledge on the game of chess and then they compete at PIL/Metro Chess League and the Oregon High School Chess Team Association sanctioned events.
- Model UN - Model United Nations invites members to take on roles of United Nation members by researching, writing up resolutions and then debating on a position. The students of this organization travel to the University of Oregon to attend delegate meetings. One of the sessions at the University allows students time to look into life at college.
Sherwood 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: Routines for Kindergarteners
Children who have not had to hurry to meet a deadline, do not often see the need to be in a hurry to go to school. With a few subtle ideas, parents can help these children be ready, on-time, for their school day. Begin with bedtime by making sure that the child receives enough rest so that they can wake up on-time and ready to go. Generally, children of this age need between 10 to 12 hours of sleep a night. Next, help them choose the clothes for the next day before they go to bed. This makes one less last-minute decision that needs to be made in the morning. Other things to do to help them prepare are to prepare their lunch the night before and place in the refrigerator, plus do not allow them to turn on the television in the morning, this seems to slow them down and makes it harder to get them out the door. With these few suggestions, it may be easier to stay on time, without feeling rushed or out-of-sorts.