As Connecticut’s students attending Portland schools go through school-life, there are lots of lessons that must be learned. They must learn to add and subtract, multiply and divide. They must learn letter recognition and the sounds of the letters and blended letters. Mapping skills, chemistry, biology, geography, and civics and economics are all part of the subjects taught and (hopefully!) learned and retained by Connecticut students enrolled in Portland schools.
Schools have been including another type of curriculum in the past several years, called “Character Counts”; a lesson-based approach to help kids learn about being well-rounded human beings. Students attending Portland schools receive these lessons all throughout the year, with each month focusing on a different 글자수세기.
Even in elementary Portland public schools, it is important for children to learn about and demonstrate an understanding of the importance of trustworthiness. Teachers rely on children to be honest; they cannot be making stories up about something that didn’t happen. They must be open about something they may have witnessed concerning a conflict between other Portland schools’ students, or even with themselves and others.
Portland schools teach lessons about fairness. Students learn about the importance of treating everyone fairly; if one student gets homework, everyone gets homework. If one student in Portland schools must follow the “no running in the halls” or “no gum in school” rules, everyone must follow them. Students may also learn that fairness does not always mean equality; it could be considered to be unfair to hand out hair bows to every student in the classes of Portland schools, regardless of gender. The guys would certainly not wish to receive those!