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Umatilla District and Curriculum

The Umatilla School District uses Common Core and state developed standards for learning in all subjects students take. The Common Core is used for Math and Language Arts, and other subjects use similarly structured frameworks so that students comprehensive education is aligned. The curriculum breaks down each subject into its major topics and then details the skills and knowledge which students should acquire yearly. There are also College and Career Readiness Standards in place to ensure that students have the critical thinking and technical abilities to perform well in their post-secondary pursuits.

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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Umatilla District Curriculum

In elementary school, students gain decoding skills and build up their reading speed (fluency) in ELA. With that knowledge, they frequently retell stories they read and hear. Teachers check their comprehension of what they read by having them answer questions that ask What, When, Where, How, Why, and Who. Students practice writing stories using proper grammar at the beginning of sentences, the proper end punctuation marks, and with a clear main idea. They later learn how to organize main ideas and supporting details in analytic writing.

In elementary math, skills include the review of multiplication and division facts. Students learn what a decimal is and the relationship between them, fractions, and whole numbers. Students also learn how to find the area of shapes. Later, students analyze how fractions are divided, learn to explain fractions that contain variables and recognize that variability explains how different sets of data have the same mean and median.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Umatilla Educational News

  • Eastern Promise - Eastern Promise is an initiative between Eastern Oregon's high schools and local colleges to help students who are ready to learn at a college level achieve their goals. The program allows for students to earn dual credits, enabling them to earn credits before they formally go to college.
  • Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test - The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, or PSAT, is taken by students who want to gauge how they will do on the SAT's and also serves as a qualification for earning a National Merit Scholarship
  • Oregon Career Information System - The Oregon Career Information System is an online resource to help students in both high school and college to think through their career options and learn more about the types of requirements they will need to meet. It also connects people with training programs and local job opportunities.

Umatilla 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: Writing Workshops for Students

A common approach to teaching writing is by using the workshop model. There are many reasons for this approach, not least the process-oriented approach to writing that students are presented with. They learn how to take an idea and turn it into a full length essay or story within a class publication. The publishing of students’ writing gives them a greater motivation to perfect their work, as they know their friends, family, and maybe even the world will be reading it. It also gives them a sense of accomplishment and the ability to reflect on their past pieces. Lastly, students often use authors’ writing styles as inspirations for their own writing. How great would it be for children to use themselves as such inspiration by referring to previous stories they have written?