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Tyngsborough District and Curriculum

Tyngsborough High serves three schools and approximately 2,300 students. The school district is highly successful, with one of the lowest dropout rates in Massachusetts and with over 90 percent of graduates going on to attend college. The district offers students and parents with choices that help them individualize their education as well as implements education that is relevant to students’ lives. Core values include collaboration, honesty, engagement, perseverance, and respect. Tyngsborough Public Schools utilize the Common Core Standards and are investigating using the PARCC assessment, which will better assess students’ achievement in relation to these standards, in the future.

We currently cover the following Tyngsborough-area school district: Tyngsborough Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Tyngsborough District Curriculum

A large part of the English language arts standards involves measuring text complexity, and the district goes into great detail breaking this down. This involves three factors: qualitatively evaluating texts through levels of meaning, structure, and language and quantitatively evaluating selections based on readability measures and scores; and matching readers to texts based on reader variables such as motivation and experiences and task variables such as purpose and the complexity of the task.

The range of text types includes three types of literature—stories, drama, and poetry—as well as informational texts. At the elementary level, students may read stories such as children’s adventure stories, fables, and folktales; dramas with staged dialogue; poetry such as nursery rhymes and limericks; and informational texts that include literary nonfiction as well as historical, scientific, and technical texts (biographies, digital sources, information displayed in graphs, etc.). At the secondary level, students may read stories such as historical fiction, mysteries, science fiction, and graphic novels.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Tyngsborough Educational News

  • Tyngsborough High Celebrates ‘Students of the Month’ - Tyngsborough High recently announced its four Students of the Month. The students include a talented golfer, and church volunteer, a yearbook editor and tennis captain, a volunteer soccer and track-and-field coach who wants to become an X-ray technician, and a Student Senate member and future Penn State student. All students are members of the National Honor Society and have received Principal’s Awards.
  • Parents' Guides To Student Success - The National Parent Teacher Association has put together a Guide to Student Success to help parents support their child's learning at home. The guide is broken down by grade level and gives emphasis to the expectations of high school math and language arts. They are in line with Common Core goals and help families understand the learning standards.
  • Tyngsborough High to Get Repairs - Tyngsborough High was invited into the MSBA’s Accelerated Repair Program. The MSBA will fund part of the school’s project of a new roof and boiler. The new equipment will also be energy efficient and save the district money in the long run.

Tyngsborough 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: Transitioning to College

The transition from high school to college is a very difficult one. Although students are excited about their newfound freedom and independence, they will have to be much more self-responsible and recognize that there will be no more "hand-holding" for them to be successful. They will have many decisions to make, such as whether or not to attend class, how much they need to study, whether or not to attend that campus party, etc. Generally, they will not have the opportunity to reverse poor grades they earn. Students will have to take solid notes and use their own study strategies, as they typically won't get study guides. They will need to manage their time and decide how much to devote to each class, test, and paper as well as how far in advance to start preparing for exams and assignments. They will be responsible for seeking help from their professors if they need it; they will not be approached by their instructors. It is essential that college students know how to write well and read actively and critically