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Ansonia, Connecticut Tutoring Programs
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Ansonia District and Curriculum
Ansonia Public Schools have joined together with community members to create a curriculum and district improvement plan that will enhance the entire school district. In order to aid in this, the district has provided new software for administrators and teachers to analyze data to better serve their students. In place of time consuming spreadsheets, the software allows large amount of data to be complied and analyzed creating an invaluable tool for monitoring the progress of all students and allowing the district to tailor a plan to meet their needs.
We currently cover the following Ansonia-area school district: Ansonia Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Ansonia District Curriculum
The district follows the Connecticut Common Core State Standards in English language arts, history, social studies, science, and mathematics. The Core standards are designed to increase literacy in reading and writing starting in kindergarten and continuing through to graduation. In Reading, students should be able to read and understand complex text aimed at readying students for college level curriculum. This is coupled with competent writing skills that are essential not only in college but in the workforce as well.
The same fundamental skills apply to the curriculum in Math and Science. Having literacy in the scientific thought process builds a foundation for complex analytical skills in high-level learning. In Math, the emphasis is on truly allowing students to have a strong understanding of math skills by covering fewer topics in each grade level so that each topic may be discussed in depth. With all subjects, each year is built upon the previous year.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Ansonia Educational News
- School Readiness Program - Children’s love of play is used as a tool for learning in this after school program for grades 3-5. The program provides social, intellectual, and emotional development and helps promote self-esteem and a well rounded young learner.
- Charger Club - Students with high achieving grades on the 2012 Connecticut Mastery Test in Reading and Math were invited to join the Charger Club. With activities for both parents and students, the program is a reward for those students who worked hard and earned great grades.
- Family Resource Fair - The annual fair provides a wealth of information for families from kindergarten registration and educational materials to free snacks, gifts, and activities. There are also exciting tours of real fire trucks, ambulances, and bus tours.
Ansonia 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 SAT's and ACT's
Juniors and senior in high school have typically been programmed that the SAT’s are the sole college admissions test needed for the vast majority of universities. However, the ACT is just as widely excepted by colleges and universities but often over looked by most students. Students who are strong in math and science find they often score much higher on the ACT than on the SAT and can get accepted into their first choice university based on their ACT scores. Students who are stronger in English and history tend to score higher on the SAT however. The best bet though, take both exams and see which one you score higher on, it could make the difference between your first choice college and your second choice.