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Albertville, Alabama Tutoring Programs

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Albertville District and Curriculum

Albertville City Schools is located in Albertville, AL and has a superior school system consisting of five schools. There is a Kindergarten school, which specializes in early education to give the young children a solid foundation in reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies. In addition to the Kindergarten school, there is a primary school, two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. There is also an early learning center for four year olds in the Community Learning Center.

We currently cover the following Albertville-area school district: Albertville City School System.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Albertville District Curriculum

Albertville focuses on the early academic development and the fostering of thinking skills at an early age, as they have the pre-Kindergarten program and a school just specifically for Kindergarteners. Research shows that engrossing children in reading, writing, and early work habits can help the child become more successful in school at an earlier age.

Albertville High School houses a contemporary Fine Arts Center, and this addition is shared by the schools of the district. Plays, concerts, and
performances are attended and enjoyed by the students and community members throughout the year. There is a schedule for all to view within the
school and the community, and the students are allowed to attend the performances. Tickets can be purchased by members of the school community on the school’s website.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Albertville Educational News

  • Albertville City Schools Foundation - The foundation of this school system gives financially to the schools through businesses and individuals. The funding goes towards classroom technology, classroom teaching materials, teacher resources, staff development, and community participation activities. The foundation also gives to the Fine Arts Center for various performance resources. The Albertville Schools Foundation has a solid focus on the community of Albertville and its future.
  • Top 50 Alabama Sports Programs - Albertville High School has made it onto Niche's 2019 top 50 Alabama sports programs. They come in at 23rd based on factors such as: student and parent reviews, student participation and number of sports offered.
  • Summer Feeding Program - The USDA and Albertville City Schools has teamed up for a summer feeding program! This program will provide free breakfast and lunch Mon-Thurs during the summer months. Any child 18 and under is eligible. Adult meals can also be purchased.

Albertville 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: The Importance of Preparing for Kindergarten

Times have changed, and Kindergarten is not like it was when you were younger. When children go to school for the first time, they are expected to know the basics so they can be apt to learning much easier. Children nowadays are expected to know their alphabet; both letters and sound relations (phonemic awareness), how to write their full name, their numbers, shapes, and colors. They should demonstrate that they know the parts of a book and the familiarity of reading books.

Parents can easily prepare their children for Kindergarten by reading to their children daily, and incorporating sounds, letters, numbers, and writing into their daily routine. Coloring and using their hands for fine motor skills (such as playing with Legos or Playdough) is also very important, as are gross motor skills (being able to balance on one foot, skip, hop, and jump). Practicing one or two step directions with children is also very helpful.