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Ada District and Curriculum
Students in Ada attend public school in the Ada Exempted Village School District. The district’s motto is “aspiring to excel in all areas of the school experience.” To fulfill this motto, Ada’s schools have demonstrated a commitment to academic excellence. Students participate in a curriculum that is rigorous and relevant to the needs of life and work in the 21st century. Technology is an important part of Ada’s mission as well. Students take part in learning experiences in schools that are state-of-the-art and feature the latest educational technology. This brings learning to life for students, resulting in children that are far more engaged in their learning.
We currently cover the following Ada-area school district: Ada Exempted Village School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Ada District Curriculum
The elementary level math curriculum promotes the acquisition of essential knowledge and skills that students need to be successful both in and out of the classroom. Children explore numbers, measurement, and basic operations. Place value is discussed, as is the operation of numbers in base ten. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are essential concepts of the elementary math curriculum as well. Students learn how to properly complete these operations in order to solve a wide variety of problems.
Students are also introduced to fractions, with students learning how to use whole numbers to build fractions. Units of measurement are learned as well, and students develop the ability to convert from smaller to larger units of measurement. Students later use polynomial identities to solve problems and learn how to rewrite rational expressions as well. Expressions are also mastered, with students learning how to write expressions in equivalent forms in order to solve problems. Learners also gain the ability to interpret the structure of expressions.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Ada Educational News
- Students Able to Access Assignments Anytime, Anywhere - In the event of inclement weather, Ada Schools will provide blizzard bag assignments to students. These assignments are accessible online on the district’s website. This is a great way for students and teachers to keep up with the flow of learning when weather disrupts school.
- Food and Nutrition Services - Parents of children in Ada Schools who are interested in learning more about the district’s food services can access lots of valuable information on the food and nutrition services website. Suggestions and feedback are also welcome so that the nutrition services provide students with healthy foods that they enjoy.
- District Report Card Issued - Ada Exempted Village Schools has received a number of A’s on its district report card from the Ohio Department of Education. Among the highest ratings were in the overall progress of student achievement. Other categories include graduation rate and college attendance rates.
Ada Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: How to Pick the Right College
When college selection times rolls around each year, thousands of kids – and parents – have tough decisions to make. There are obvious factors to take into account when selecting the right college. Cost looms large, particularly today, as cost of attendance continues to rise. There is also the size of the school, it’s course offerings, and it’s distance from home to consider. Additionally, there are some less obvious factors your child must consider. The “feel” of campus is an important aspect of choosing a college. Some campuses seem far too big and overwhelming, while others seem far too small and quaint. A campus visit can help immensely in picking the right college because your child has the opportunity to tour the dorms, classrooms, and other campus facilities. They will also get to meet students and faculty members and get a feel for what the campus is like. Oftentimes the campus visit is what will seal the deal when choosing the right college to attend.