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Tonganoxie District and Curriculum
Tonganoxie Unified School District provides a respectful atmosphere for students in which to learn. The school holds clear, consistent, and fair expectations from its students, including the idea of discipline with dignity and respect for diversity. The curriculum is researched and competitive and offer challenges while maintaining support. Students strive to individualize educational experiences and to raise awareness and utilize alternate pathways while also intervening when necessary to ensure success. Students are asked and encouraged to take control of their own learning so that they might develop a lifelong love of learning which will serve them well after graduation.
We currently cover the following Tonganoxie-area school district: Tonganoxie Unified School District 464.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Tonganoxie District Curriculum
Tonganoxie Unified School District uses the Kansas College and Career Standards which promote critical thinking, critical reading, and analytical writing skills in its curriculum as well as encouraging science literacy and problem solving skills. Students read complex, challenging texts in a variety of formats. They read for understanding but also to look at the nuts and bolts of how the piece was assembled. Students develop theses based on their reading and do research to gather evidence to support these ideas in well-reasoned essays.
The district also offers extracurricular opportunities, from sports to arts, music, and clubs. The hope is that students develop personal responsibility and leadership skills through these extracurricular opportunities. Many of them also connect to fields students may want to pursue professionally. Students are also encouraged to pursue community service, both for the school and in the wider community. Students who become engaged in their school and with their peers are more likely to be engaged and active in their community after graduation.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Tonganoxie Educational News
- Student Clubs - Among the student clubs available at the high school are options like FCCLA, FFA, Science Club & Eco Team, Student Council, and Vocal Music. The goal is to provide various outlets for students interested in community outreach, academic competition, the arts, agriculture, and the environment so that they can participate in activities which are meaningful to them.
- Digital Stories for Change - The high school FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) group is participating in a Digital Stories for Change project which is aimed at raising awareness about important issues and showing how individuals contribute to their community to make a positive impact.
- Curriculum and Program Resources - The district provides links to a number of local and statewide resources that parents can use to help navigate their child's educational opportunities and requirements. There is information about the curriculum and assessments, and also about the grant opportunities and learning initiatives that the district is taking part in.
Tonganoxie 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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