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Sidney District and Curriculum

The Sidney Public School District is an accredited school system near the Nebraska Panhandle. Grades K-12 students are instructed using the Nebraska State Standards in the core subjects of Mathematics, Reading, Science, and History. The curriculum design calls for students to study major topics within each over the years to develop a comprehensive, critical awareness of their subjects.

We currently cover the following Sidney-area school district: Sidney Public School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Sidney District Curriculum

The Mathematics curriculum relies upon learning objectives such as the communication of the algebraic conceptions using a variety of representations to problem solve, increase reasoning abilities, and make real-world connections. The learning of relationships among numeric and linear patterns, such as in geometry, and analyzing these patterns by using graphs, tables, and data sets is also mastered within the K-12 standards of this subject.

The Reading curriculum in grades K-12 covers material which includes new vocabulary acquisition and using knowledge of the structure of words and word patterns. In Reading, the students become more familiar with root words and word origins to figure out the meanings of confusing words. The use of context clues to help discover new words within a wide variety of text is also taught to aid in the comprehension of the text. These build towards deeper analytic skills and students are able to independently evaluate various text sources.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Sidney Educational News

  • Online Grade Access - An effective way for parents to closely monitor a child’s progress in their classes is to look online! Sidney Public Schools offers this service at no charge to parents. Registration is easy, and you will receive a password and the login information they need. Parents will get email notification once registered. This is a great way to see how your student is doing in his classes!
  • Concussion Awareness - Knowing about concussions makes everyone safer. The law (LB 260) states that all schools are to have information available to parents and students that are involved in sports. Being more aware of the signs and what to do in case of a concussion will keep everyone safer! There is a video offered on the website for people involved in sports to watch and to become more informed.
  • City-Link - Sidney Public Schools offers City-Link TV, an efficient way to watch schools’ local sporting events as well as those around the country. This live event broadcast channel covers events from high school sporting events to extreme sport coverage around the country! There is a wide variety of channels and live sporting broadcasts for everyone to enjoy!

Sidney 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: Using Context Clues in Reading Instruction

Context clues help ensure the students understand what they are reading. Once students master the beginning sound and word syllables, they are able to begin using context clues. When a word is unknown at first, the student can think about what has been read, look at the surrounding text of the word, and look at the beginning sounds to figure out what the word says. Also, when a student does not know what a word means, instead of looking up the definition, the reader can look ahead at the text and read on. By using the future text and the past knowledge of what has been read, along with looking at any illustrations on the page, the student is able to figure out the meaning of the word.