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Topsfield District and Curriculum
The Tri-Town School Union and Masconomet Regional High School follows the rigorous Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks and Common Core Standards and believes it will produce students who are ready to face the academic and professional challenges of their future. Students are given opportunities for success and offered support to help them achieve it. In addition to academic success, students are encouraged to take part in extracurricular activities so that they can become well-rounded and explore diverse interests. Students are also taught to value and respect diversity, which will be of great use to them in their future endeavors.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Topsfield District Curriculum
The Language Arts curriculum lays out standards in reading, writing and communicating that develop strong language skills and the ability to read, write and speak critically. Critical reading skills such as recognizing intent and bias, asking questions about the text, and formulating one’s own opinion are much emphasized. In writing, students are asked to write for various purposes such as to analyze a text, persuade an audience, explain a concept, or for creative purposes. They are expected to take a process approach to writing and also incorporate that way of approaching an assignment to their presentations.
The steps involved in presentations are planning what needs to be done and how the information will be found (the beginning), doing the actual research and using the information (the middle), and reviewing the finished product to make sure the student did everything he or she was supposed to (the end). Students are taught how to use library resources, and the proper ways to footnote and cite references. There will be times throughout their education when these skills will be needed to give presentations in all of their subjects.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Topsfield Educational News
- Global Education Program - The Global Education program at Masconomet Regional High School offers students a rigorous, internationally-focused learning experience. Students are immersed in language, cultural studies, multicultural and international issues, and develop interpersonal skills that will serve them well once they are in college and professional life.
- Community Service Learning - All graduates from Masconomet Regional High School are required to complete at least ten hours of community service each year. The school works with the community to provide meaningful opportunities such as working at the Community Giving Tree, Samaritans Teen Crisis Help Line, or the local library. Students who have other ideas about service work they can do are welcome to bring in new suggestions.
- Elementary Curriculum Resources - In order to help parents understand what their children are required to learn, the Tri-Town School Union provides curriculum guides that describe the grade level expectations in each subject. There are also resources to help parents find ways to reinforce their child's learning at home.
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Chalk Talk: Liquid Volume and Mass
Third graders will acquire an early learning of measurements of liquid volume and mass. They will be exposed to measurements of both the metric system and customary system (used in the U.S.). They may be given specific examples of items and be asked which unit of measurement it would make sense to measure that object with. For example, if measuring the amount of water in a bowl, it may be best to use cups—a unit of liquid volume. When finding the mass of a large piece of furniture, it would make most sense to measure it in pounds. Students must understand the amounts different units take up. For example, gallons represent a greater amount of liquids than pints, cups, and quarts. They should have an understanding of what everyday items and animals may weigh; for instance, a house cat might weigh about 12 pounds. They also should know how different measurements are represented in units; for example, volume is measured in cubic units.