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Shiprock District and Curriculum

The public schools located in Shiprock, New Mexico are part of the Central Consolidated School District. The district is dedicated to providing a rigorous academic curriculum to prepare students for further education and for the workforce. The Central Consolidated School District has recently rewritten the school curriculum for all grades to meet the required Common Core Curriculum Standards.

We currently cover the following Shiprock-area school district: Central Consolidated School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Shiprock District Curriculum

This new curriculum which includes English Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science has been implemented district wide. Common Core focuses on helping students to be career and college ready. In Mathematics, students concentrate on core mathematical subjects including computational skills, algebra, geometry, statistics, probability and measurement. The program starts at the kindergarten level and progresses through high school with students building on their math skills year by year.

In English and Language Arts, students learn to read, write, listen and speak using correct grammatical English. The program includes reading both informational text and literature so that students become familiar with different types of reading material. The skills of critical analysis and the evaluation of written material are emphasized. Writing is also a key part of the ELA program; students are taught to write using a process which includes skills to help them develop well-organized writing.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Shiprock Educational News

  • CCSD Receives High Marks - The New Mexico Public Education Department has released the state School Grade Report Cards and the Central Consolidated School District earned the highest overall grade point average for all the other school districts in San Juan County including Farmington, Aztec and Bloomfield. The principal credits the new rewritten curriculum which is now based on the Common Core with the improvement in scores.
  • Principal of the Year - Donald Hornbecker, who is the Principal for the Kirtland Elementary School in the Central Consolidated School District, has been named the New Mexico 2013 National Distinguished Principal, an honor provided by the New Mexico Association of Elementary School Principals. The award was presented at a black tie awards ceremony held in Washington, DC, where winners from states across the country were represented.
  • Energy Week in Farmington - A select group of Middle School students from both the Tse’ Bit Ai and the Kirtland schools recently attended Energy Week events held by the San Juan Basin Oil and Gas Industry and held in Farmington, New Mexico. Energy Week included both indoor and outdoor classes and exhibits which were held at the Farmington Museum Convention and Visitors Bureau. Students were able to attend classes in earth science with a focus on oil and gas, and visit exhibits on oil equipment.

Shiprock 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: Franklin Institute: The Human Heart

Students now have access to an online resource where they can learn all about the workings of the human heart. The Franklin Institute located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania offer a variety of educational resources for students, teachers and parents including a resource section on the human heart. The site provides detailed information about how the heart works including a variety of images of the heart, activities for the classroom all centered on the heart, sections on the development of the heart, the structure, the vessels, blood and the circulatory system and other body systems, how the heart is monitored, and a history of heart disease in the United States. Students can also learn how to keep their hearts healthy with diet and exercise.