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- Listening and Learning: comprised of teacher read-alouds, class discussions, vocabulary work, and extension activities.
- Skills: Addressing the fundamentals and core concepts to reading and writing.
- Guided Reading Accountable Independent Reading: Small group reading circles and teaching comprehension and fluency strategies.
In 3rd-8th grades, students will learn from the Expeditionary Learning curriculum. This curriculum builds on students’ literacy skills as they develop knowledge about the world. Students will read novels in the classroom, and teachers will provide work templates and strategies to test the students’ understanding.
The Social Studies curriculum for kindergarten-5th grades is developed from Kent County Curriculum, Curriculum Crafter. The lessons teach the history of our country, geography, communities, and more. Curriculum Crafter allows time to incorporate real world current events into daily instruction.
6th-8th grade students use the History Alive! curriculum, which allows social studies to come to life through activities and in depth discussions that taps a variety of learning styles, allowing students of all abilities to learn and succeed.