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Tewksbury District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Tewksbury Public Schools consist of seven schools and 4,127 students. There are five elementary schools—two with grades K-2, two containing grades 3-4, and one with fifth and sixth graders, a middle school, and a high school. The district’s mission is to challenge students and prepare them for success in a global society. District goals include providing a rigorous curriculum with high expectations for students, cultivating a nurturing educational environment that requires respect for everyone, embracing the diversity among students, and teaching students the importance of social responsibility and community service.
We currently cover the following Tewksbury-area school district: Tewksbury Public Schools.
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Tewksbury 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.
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Our educators have graduated from top academic institutions, and many of them have achieved in the 90th percentile or higher on standardized tests. Equally importantly, they enjoy coaching students across a variety of subject areas and standardized tests
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Tewksbury District Curriculum
It has established a set of core values that help drive the mission and everything else that is done in the district. The mission of literacy instruction in the Tewksbury district is to provide all students with the literacy skills they need for success in the 21st century. It has established the district-wide goal of 95 percent of its students reading at or above grade level by the year 2017. There is also a “literacy toolbox” used which consists of word lists, a literacy checklist, “keys to literacy” templates, and six traits of writing - ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions.
The checklist contains the top 10 English language arts Common Core Standards for each grade level. These standards were turned into ten objectives for each grade level (“students should be able to….”). The district uses Pearson’s Reading Level indicator, assessing students in grades K-8 twice a year. Additionally, the DIBELS assessment is conducted for students in the primary grades, while Story Town Benchmarking is used during the elementary grades.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Tewksbury Educational News
- Tewksbury Hosts Spelling Bee - The Tewksbury Education Foundation (TEF) recently hosted its first ever spelling bee at Tewksbury Memorial High School. The foundation aims to enhance the experiences of Tewksbury students. Students in grades four, six, and eight participated in the spelling bee.
- Tewksbury High Students Graduate - About 200 Tewksbury students made up the Class of 2014 and graduated from Tewksbury Memorial High School. The class salutatorian talked of the interesting experience of the class spending half of their time at their older high school and the other half at the new Tewksbury Memorial High. The class valedictorian discussed the importance of embracing change.
- Tewksbury Students, Parents, Teachers Walk for Education - Recently, chairwoman Leah Abrams hosted the fourth annual Walk for Education in support of Dewing and North Street Elementary schools. While the first three years were dedicated to supplying classrooms with SMART Boards, the fourth walk focused on renovating the schools’ libraries, funding arts and enrichment programs, and raising money to pay for school field trips. Students who completed the required amount of laps were able to have lunch with the principal.
Chalk Talk: Educational Jargon: Ability Grouping
Ability grouping is exactly what it sounds like. It refers to grouping students by their ability level in different content areas—especially math and reading. Students’ “abilities” are often determined from their scores on standardized assessments. The goal of the No Child Left Behind Act is for all students to reach proficiency in math and reading, so those who are not proficient in these subjects may be grouped together. Additionally, there are many other assessments—particularly in reading—that can portray students’ abilities. By the upper elementary grades, most classrooms contain some level of ability grouping. Some schools build entire classes based on students’ levels in reading and math. Other schools have heterogeneous classrooms but often form reading groups based on students’ abilities. It may seem easier for teachers to instruct students who are all on a similar level, but there is some controversy over ability grouping. Students usually figure out they are in the “low” group and lack confidence.