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Sweet Home District and Curriculum
The Sweet Home School District uses a curricular framework that institutes clear standards for learning in all subjects that are attainable for all students. The objectives are written broadly so that teachers can determine the best way to get across the lessons to their students, and for students who require additional supports, accommodations can be made to the learning and testing environment, as needed. The schools offer many programs for their students to choose from in the arts, technology, environmental learning, and other areas of high interest.
We currently cover the following Sweet Home-area school district: Sweet Home School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Sweet Home District Curriculum
The Math curriculum is developed around the areas of numeracy and operational ability, algebraic thinking, geometry and measurement, and data analysis and statistics. The foundation is laid in elementary school and in middle school, students are working with geometric proofs and theorems in preparation for more advanced work. In high school, students are introduced to topics such as working with matrices and creating mathematic models to solve spatial problems.
The Science curriculum follows a similar structure in that it begins by introducing elementary students to topics in biology, earth science, and physical science which are then honed during middle school. In high school, the sciences offer courses ranging from environmental studies to technology courses and offer students practical courses that can help them understand how science impacts the world around them and how to use their scientific understanding to create innovative solutions.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Sweet Home Educational News
- Accessing College Today - Students who are interested in participating in early college learning experiences can join the Accessing College Today program. The high school assists in all facets of a students co-educational experience between the high school and a local college, and the student receives credits for work conducted in both institutions.
- Sweet Home Charter School - The community now has a new charter school that has been brought about by work of school and community members who had a vision of providing an additional learning environment that would offer a smaller, non-traditional and academically rigorous learning environment to interested students in the district.
- ASPIRE Program - ASPIRE, or Access to Student assistance Programs In Reach of Everyone, is an outreach program to older students to make sure they have all necessary resources to plan for their post-secondary goals. Volunteer advisors help students with scholarship searching, finding programs that fit their goals, and other transitional concerns of the post-graduate.
Sweet Home 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: Common Core Standards & Technology Education
The Common Core State Standards have been adopted by almost every state in the nation and are both widely regarded as comprehensive and rigorous and are questioned for their efficacy. The Common Core Standards intertwine other subjects into the English language arts and math standards, showing how different content areas are interconnected. Although the structure of elementary classrooms has been this way for over a decade, some change may be on the way—especially in the case of science. Science is slowly appearing on many state standardized tests. Also, science often connects with technology, which is growing more and more rapidly in schools. Many schools partner with STEM—an initiative that strives to make science and technology high priorities in the curriculum and works to improve females’ performance in and attitudes toward science. Overall, the goal is to provide both a core of knowledge and the adaptive skills necessary for work and learning in today's environment.