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The Village of Indian Hill District and Curriculum
Indian Hill Exempted Village School District is responsible for the K-12 education of students in The Village of Indian Hill. The district is committed to providing outstanding educational experiences to each and every student. Viewing the student body as a community of learners, the district seeks to utilize the close connections students have with one another and with their teachers as a vehicle by which to improve educational achievement. Teachers take a vested interest in the growth, development, and success of every child. Lessons are unique, engaging, and foster curiosity about learning. Students learn about important changes in the modern world, including those regarding technology, multiculturalism, and global interdependence.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the The Village of Indian Hill District Curriculum
Students in The Village of Indian Hill are introduced to the life and physical sciences as part of the elementary science curriculum. In addition to learning to how observe and record data, students become well versed in posing and testing various hypotheses and performing other essential duties that are part of scientific exploration. An examination of the interdependence of species is undertaken, with students gaining an appreciation for how animals, plants, and humans all depend on one another to maintain balance.
The high school social studies curriculum helps students develop a clearer picture of geography and its important influence on human-environment interaction. Students learn how to use diagrams, maps, charts, graphs, and other geographic tools. Using these tools, students analyze questions regarding geography’s influence on human life, such as how ancient and modern peoples built cities near major sources of water. The manner in which humans have manipulated the environment to meet their needs is examined as well.
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Keeping Informed: Recent The Village of Indian Hill Educational News
- Students Explore Italy - Students studying Latin at Indian Hill High School spent their spring break exploring Italy and Sicily. The students visited many historical sites, including the Colosseum and the Forum. This trip was an incredible way to bridge history into its present form and see them coexist.
- Students Win Music Awards - Forty-three Indian Hill musicians recently participated in the annual Ohio Music Educators Association District 14 Contest. Twenty-one musicians received a Superior Rating, the highest possible. This is an excellent achievement for the students and the faculty who work with them.
- Student Wins Huge Scholarship - A sophomore at Indian Hill High School, was recently awarded a $20,000 scholarship from H&R Block. The student won the scholarship after his performance in the H&R Block Budget Challenge, a financial literacy competition for teens.
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Chalk Talk: Why Students Still Need Grammar
Students today are more plugged in that ever. The manner in which they communicate has changed as well, with texting, tweeting, and other short-form communications becoming ever more popular. Because writing well and using proper grammar isn’t part of the texting and tweeting world, some educational experts are concerned that children will lose their ability to read, write, and speak well. Using poor grammar may negatively impact a child’s ability to perform well on class assignments, exams, and standardized tests. Furthermore, college and job applications written using poor grammar may prevent a student from getting into the college they want or getting a job that they need. As a result, using poor grammar can give others the impression that children are not well educated. Conversely, using proper grammar can teach students important life skills such as logic, critical thinking, and effective communication.