Research-based. Data Driven.
The academic foundation in phonics, reading, writing, and grammar is formed during the primary years. Response to Intervention continues through the fourth grade. This research based, data driven method of instruction and assessment allows the teacher to direct instruction towards the levels and needs of the individual. Primary grade students learn a love of reading through exposure to various genres of literature and gain self-confidence in their reading ability.
Learning concepts, computation, and problem solving are all part of the math curriculum. Students are active during their lessons as they use manipulatives, games, and technology. Science and social studies are introduced in first grade as themes and later as subject areas often integrated with religion, language arts and math. Primary grade students also attend physical education, library, computer, art and music classes. The kindergarten curriculum centers around three main disciplines, religion, language arts, and math. Science, social studies and art are incorporated within these subjects. Kindergarteners take part in music, physical education, library, and computer classes. Field trips and guest speakers expose the children to different topics and experiences.
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