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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Universal City District Curriculum
Reading is a large part of every child's life at Randolph Field Independent School District. The curriculum aims at providing students every opportunity to use these reading skills throughout their day. In reading, students are presented a variety of genres, time periods, disciplines and rhetoric to show how reading can enrich each student in every area. They also look at how a work of literature uses language to present the author's purpose to the reader. These students are prepared to look at books as partners throughout their lives.
Science allows students the opportunity to discover new worlds in their everyday lives. Students learn how molecules and atoms help make items the way they are. They go on field trips and investigate in the classroom different aspects of science so they learn how to make informed decisions while build critical thinking and problem solving skills. The study of matter, the Periodic Table, bonding, and nuclear chemistry so they can then look at their world more closely with scientific eyes.
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Universal City District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Randolph Field Independent School District provides a student-centered curriculum which helps students succeed in their education and in life. This curriculum, based on the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, helps prepare students for life on a global level. Beyond core academic classes, students also have a great many career-related electives to choose from, as well as work learning and internship experiences through local partnerships. Graduates must not only complete their classes, but also have a career portfolio completed which will help them transition into work or career.
We currently cover the following Universal City-area school district: Randolph Field Independent School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Universal City Educational News
- Band Program - The band program at Randolph Field Independent School District can aid students in many ways. The students are given the opportunity to learn discipline, and creativity, while learning or improving instrumental skills. The members of the band perform at many athletic and community events plus they compete against other schools in their district and across the state.
- Performing Arts - Theatre allows students the opportunity to take a concept and turn it into a production that is ready for an audience. Members of the theatre participate in classes, and in One Act Play competitions through UIL and can become a member of the Thespian Society. Some of their productions have included 'New Kids at Vampire High' and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
- University Interscholastic League - University Interscholastic League offers students extracurricular academic, athletic and music contests while presenting quality educational opportunities for the students. This group helps students grow in teamwork, school pride, motivation and curiosity. Through competition schools and students may earn rewards or even scholarship money.
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Chalk Talk: Middle School Writing
By the time a teen has reached middle school, they will have learned many of the basics needed to be a good writer. These skills, are honed in middle school, as many teenagers struggle with this subject. Each state varies in their standards for writing but overall when a student leaves middle school they will have learned a bit more about writing to make a point, researching and then writing on the research. Their grammar and spelling skills also grow during these years. Many teachers now grade with a rubric which allows the teen and the parent to see what the expectations of assignments and what makes for an excellent, good, fair or poor score. Be prepared for editing and re-writing as part of a teen's life at this time also. Overall, what the teen learns this year will prepare them for high school and college and perhaps show them a love for writing.