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Yorkton District and Curriculum

SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Yorkton students start with a ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Call us now for a personalized quote! Our services include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-weekly progress reports, learning profiles and parental conference calls.

Yorkton District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

Good Spirit School Division 204 serves a large swath of 18 communities in East Central Saskatchewan. The district consists of 6,000 students in 29 schools. The district follows the Saskatchewan Curriculum which provides a rigorous and comprehensive series of learning standards in each subject. Students are supported in the goal of being able to tackle increasingly complex topics based on the foundation that has been established. The goal of the curriculum is to prepare students for their future by providing them with a variety of academic, career-related, and engaging opportunities.

We currently cover the following Yorkton-area school district: Good Spirit School Division 204.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Yorkton District Curriculum

The district's Deputy Director and Superintendents of Education work with all of the district’s coaches for digital learning, distributed learning, literacy, math, and English as an Additional Language in the areas of curriculum, assessment, and instruction. The district has developed a 5-Year Professional Development Continuum, which demonstrates how the initiatives being done for students complement and connect to one another.

Beginning in year three of the five-year continuum, the plan is divided into modules, showing the work being done in the areas of Response to Intervention (RTI), curriculum, assessment, instruction, and leadership and collaboration. The curriculum will be renewed using an outcomes-based approach in order to reflect how student progress and feedback is being reported much more specifically, catering to each student as an individual. The Good Spirit School Division, like all districts in the province, use the Saskatchewan Curriculum.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Yorkton Educational News

  • Yorkton Regional HS Extracurricular Activities - Students who attend Yorkton Regional HS are able to choose from a variety of groups and clubs that tie into interests such as academic competition, the arts, community service, and personal interests. Some of the options include Debate, Mock Trial, Raiders Write, WE Day, Drama, Culture Club, Photography, Yearbook, and Robotics.
  • Yorkton Regional High Students Win Robot Competition - Each year, students from across Saskatchewan compete in the SaskPolytech myRobotRumble SUMObot Challenge. In the eighth annual contest, two students from Yorkton Regional High won with their robot “Blew.” For months prior to the competition, the 120 teams of students had been building their autonomous robots. These robots, which didn't need to be controlled by remotes, were able to sense where the edges of the ring and the other robots were, and the goal was to knock the other robots over the edge of the ring and out.
  • Norquay School Drama Club Takes Home Several Awards at Regional Festival - The Norquay School senior drama club received several honors at the Saskatchewan Drama Association’s Region 4 Drama Festival in Yorkton. Their performance of the production Superheroes by Ian McWethy earned them the runner-up award for Best Visual Production. Several of the students were awarded acting plaques for their roles in the production, while one student was recognized for the festival’s Most Promising Performance.

Yorkton 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: Short vs. Long OO Sound

Besides the traditional short and long sounds made by the vowels A, E, I, O, and U, the variant vowel pattern “oo” makes its own short and long sounds. Unfortunately, there is no clear-cut pattern that determines which words with “oo” will have a short vowel sound and which has a long vowel. For example, the words wood and mood both have “ood,” but if you pronounce these words, you will realize that that the “oo” sounds differ in each one. The word wood makes a short vowel sound. Other words that contains a short “oo” are book, foot, and good. In contrast, words such as mood, bloom, scoop, and cool have a long “oo” sound. Additionally, the “u” in certain words makes neither a short or long ‘U’ sound but a short “oo” sound; examples include bush and put. Certain words with “ou”—as in should—make this sound as well.