Proctor Public Schools strive to educate learners by engaging with authentic learning experiences and inspiring students to gain of life long love of learning.
Learning targets provide a shared understanding of a lesson’s essential outcomes. Targets give students tools to become more engaged, reflective and empowered. Each classroom provides an "I can" statement sharing today's learning expectations with the students.
RAIL Time is a time within the school day to provide all learners the opportunity to receive intentional instruction. During RAIL Time, students may be working independently, with an adult or in a small group led by a teacher.
Through science, technology, engineering and math, students experience hands-on activities.
At the secondary, students can to experience historical sites, museums, and hundreds of field trips through virtual reality glasses. This is a great way to interact with the environments that are learning about!
Small Group Instruction
In the elementary classrooms, small-group reading lessons provide targeted, differentiated reading instruction. Being a Reader provides the teacher a guide to instruct readers in phonological awareness, concepts of print, phonics, decoding, high-frequency word recognition, and comprehension.