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Antwerp Township District and Curriculum
The three school districts that serve students from Antwerp Township follow the expectations set by the Michigan Department of Education. The curriculum is comprehensive and describes the targets for learning in broad terms so teachers can create their own lesson plans. Also, the schools are able to offer programs that will allow the students to be prepared for the ever-changing global community while ensuring their are instructing students in all the standards. There is an emphasis on critical thinking, being able to locate and evaluate information, communicating ideas, and working with others to prepare students for 21st century college and career expectations.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Antwerp Township District Curriculum
Antwerp Township schools includes the Social Studies curriculum into each student's life from their first year at school. Part of this curriculum includes the study of Geography. Students begin by becoming familiar with their own community and state. After this they discover information about other states in the United States, plus countries that border the U.S. Soon, they find out about other countries, including their topography and the influence that it had in settlements and trade.
The writing curriculum is used every day with students at Antwerp Township schools. They begin by placing ideas upon paper by drawing pictures, then they learn to replace these pictures with words and sentences. By middle school, they have learned some of the genres that they will continue to use such as informational, essays, short stories, poetry, drama and more. In high school, this foundation is expanded upon by showing students how to use them in their lives, such as in college or job applications.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Antwerp Township Educational News
- National Honor Society - National Honor Society honors students who have shown excellence in scholarship, character, service and leadership. Each member must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5, show care for others, have high levels of honesty and volunteer to help others. They also should try to show ways to stop wrong behaviors while inspiring others. Some of the activities this group participate in in the winter wear drive and blood drives.
- Student Council - The Student Council is a bridge between the student body and the administration. It consists of Executive Board Officers, Representatives from the grade levels and Class Officers. Each member is expected to demonstrate leadership and citizenship. Some of the activities they take part in include Spirit Week, Pep Assemblies, Snowfest and Adopt-a-Family.
- Key Club - Key Club is a student-run service organization. Club members create projects from which the members decide the projects they will participate in. Some of the projects they participated in the past include UNICEF, and community dinners. All students are welcome to participate with this group.
Antwerp Township 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: Scientific Method
Whether for a science class or science fair project, students will be more confident in completing it if they understand the steps in the scientific method. The first step that the student needs to consider is the problem that they would like to study. Then they need to break that down more by forming a hypothesis they can complete research for. Then come the time they gather material. This includes magazines, books, materials for the experiment or whatever else they may need. They need to create a procedure that they will be able to collect observations or data from. Finally, they need to come to a conclusion, including if the procedure answered their hypothesis and the steps they went through to complete this project. With these steps in mind, the student and the parents, can help to keep the project going in the correct direction.