Del Mar Hills Academy to hold ‘21st Century Learning Night and the Common Core’ March 26

• Parents and students encouraged to attend event •

Del Mar Hills Academy will present “21st Century Learning Night and the Common Core at the Hills for Pre-K – 6th Grade Students and Their Parents” on Tuesday, March 26, from 6-7:30 p.m.

Find out what your student is learning at Del Mar Hills — way beyond just reading, writing and arithmetic.  Join Principal Gammel and Ms. Farricker for an overview of Common Core and the social curriculum — Quantum Learning and the 8 Keys of Excellence —the only one of its kind in the DMUSD.

Then, attend two 30-minute information sessions about how the Hills
is preparing your child for the future.  Information sessions include the opportunity to explore hands-on Science, CGI Math, Math Games, Chrome Books, Narrative Chains and P.E.  All current, new and prospective families are welcome.

Del Mar Hills Academy is located at 14085 Mango Drive in Del Mar.

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar school district to hold Common Core information nights for parents
  2. Community invited to explore Quantum Learning at Del Mar Hills
  3. Common Core State Standards start in Del Mar school district 2014-15 school year
  4. Del Mar Hills’ Learning Garden blooms for students
  5. Del Mar Hills Academy Quantum Learning Training

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