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Union District and Curriculum

Northmont City Schools meets the educational needs of K-12 students in the town of Union. The mission of the district is to provide each student with an exceptional education with varied and relevant learning opportunities that prepare them to be productive citizens. All students are held to a high standard of excellence both in and out of the classroom. Learning experiences offer students unique opportunities to hone their academic skills while also facilitating the development of practical knowledge and skills that will help them be more successful in life. Students acquire the ability to solve complex problems, analyze information, and problem solve. Regardless of their pathway, students in Union will have the tools they need to make positive contributions to the world in which they live.

We currently cover the following Union-area school district: Northmont City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Union District Curriculum

Union’s students have the opportunity to participate in a world languages curriculum that facilitates the development of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in another language. To improve reading abilities, students work on the interpretive level. Learners work with various types of texts to develop a deeper understanding of words and phrases, including informational texts and literature. Students acquire the ability to interpret information, determine the main ideas of a reading, and identify relevant details as well.

The high school technology curriculum in Union helps students develop an understanding of how technology has developed and continues to develop in order to meet our current and future needs. Students pay particular attention to the development of computers, the Internet, mobile phones, and other modern technologies. Learners identify the ways in which these technologies can be used to further their education, as well as improve business practices. There is an exploration of the social implications of these technologies as well.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Union Educational News

  • Annual Senior Recognition Night - Northmont City Schools will soon recognize its seniors for their academic achievements. The night is open to students and their families and is a great opportunity to support the academic achievement of the students.
  • Kindergarten Age Changes - In years past, students in Northmont City Schools had to be five years of age by September 30th in order to enroll in kindergarten. The age cutoff has now changed to August 1st and so parents should be prepared for the enrollment process if their children fall within those dates.
  • Online Career Information - Northmont City Schools provides high school students and their families with information about careers on the high school counseling center’s webpage. These resources help students to understand the educational requirements for various careers and the local opportunities that are available.

Union 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: No More Grade Levels?

Some school districts have adopted a new approach to education and done away with traditional grade levels. Rather than basing education on a child’s age, these new approaches, most of which are competency-based, instead structure courses on each individual child’s proficiency. The result is that classes are much more homogeneous in terms of student ability. Although there may be greater diversity in terms of kids’ ages, they are much more similar concerning what they know and what they can do academically. This type of set up is much more concerned with the actual outcome of learning, rather than the time put into learning, as is the case in a more traditional system of education. Competency-based systems allow advanced students to accelerate their learning, while also giving struggling students the time they need to catch up. Additionally, this type of educational system allows for movement in subjects independent of others, so a student who is good in math can move through the curriculum quickly, while taking his or her time in a subject in which they struggle.