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Spring Hill District and Curriculum
Students are held to a high standard not only for learning but for behavior. The district also believes in promoting ideas of responsibility, respect, and safety. The curriculum used is the Kansas College and Career Ready Standards which provide high quality and comprehensive learning objectives in each subject. Spring Hill Unified School District has a rigorous curriculum that challenges students to achieve their best. All students are given opportunities to succeed. Student expectations are clearly defined, and teachers have opportunities to tailor their lessons to fit the individual needs of students.
We currently cover the following Spring Hill-area school district: Spring Hill Unified School District 230.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Spring Hill District Curriculum
The Kansas College and Career Ready Standards contains frameworks for each subject that detail what students will learn and become able to do through each subject. In Math, the learning is broken down into key topics within the subject such as operational sense, algebraic patterns and relationships, geometry and measurement, and probability and statistics. Students are introduced to problem-solving methods in these areas and then have full year courses that delve deeper into each topic in high school.
In each subject, student literacy and communication skills are worked on. The value of diversity is also recognized, and students are taught to be respectful of other cultures. Students are given access to a wide range of academic and extracurricular opportunities, ranging from club and varsity sports for men’s and women’s teams to performing arts and band, visual arts and choir, to academic clubs. Community service is also promoted so that students might become involved in their community and remain so after graduation.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Spring Hill Educational News
- Spring Hill Education Foundation - The Spring Hill Education Foundation has been working as a group for years to raise funds that support district students goals for their education and to provide grants to teachers who wish to start a new learning initiative in their class. The Foundation hosts an annual golf tournament and many other events throughout the year.
- YMCA School Age Program - The YMCA School Age Program is available at district schools and provides students with a variety of social and academic after school activities. The program is designed to help working families get longer hours that their child is safely engaged in learning at school.
- Advocacy for Every Student - The district recognizes that the first advocate for every child is their parents, and to assist parents with stepping into this role, the district provides a few useful pointers and a series of resources that parents can turn to. The resources can help parents advocate for children who need additional resources as well as those who are not being challenged enough by the curriculum.
Spring Hill 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: Resume Tips for High School Students
Naturally, the resumes for high school students won't be as jam-packed as those seeking jobs out of college or with more experience, but they are still important for teens applying for jobs. It is not expected that teens have much work history, if at all, but they should describe the experience they do have, including the locations they worked, the approximate dates they worked there, and the duties they performed at the job. It is okay for high school students to list jobs such as baby-sitting, landscaping, and self-created businesses (e.g.: making and selling cupcakes); these show the teen has had some responsibilities. Since high school students likely have little work experience, it is important for him/her to also list volunteer and community services they have had while including the same information they did for their work history; employers like to see well-rounded teens.