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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Arlington District Curriculum
Geometry is a part of the mathematics curriculum at Arlington Community Schools. This course concentrates on the math that is involved with shapes. The students begin by learning the basic characteristics of simple shapes like triangles, squares and circles. As the students progress, the shapes become more complex, as does the math surrounding these shapes. The students discover how to find the perimeter, and area of shapes and how to find the diameter and radius of circles. They also study angles and how to use this to solve other equations.
The English curriculum at Arlington Community Schools includes a wide variety of literature. Included are short stories, poetry, novels, and nonfiction. The students also read books from many different time periods. This education begins at the elementary level, so that by the time they graduate the students will have developed an appreciation for many different types of books. In English language arts, the goals are in the areas of comprehending and responding to text, composing and creating texts, and assessing and reflecting on their and others works.
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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Arlington students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
Arlington District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Arlington Community Schools curriculum is based on the educational standards set by the Tennessee Department of Education. The academic standards set the expectations for the skills, knowledge, and critical thinking skills that students will develop as they move through their years in school. The English language arts curriculum focuses on developing analytic reading and writing skills and introduces students to ways to comprehend both fiction and non-fiction. The Math and Science curriculum are increasing their focus on STEM learning areas with an emphasis on concepts in engineering.
We currently cover the following Arlington-area school district: Arlington Community Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Arlington Educational News
- Arlington Scholars Program - The Arlington Scholars Program was developed for highly-motivated students who want to increase the rigor and challenge of their high school experience. The program allows students to learn and work in a supportive environment with peers who have similar attitudes and goals.
- Student Organizations - Arlington High School offers a wide variety of extracurricular groups designed for all types of student interests. Some of the groups include Art Club, Best Buddies, Creative Writing Club, Future Business Leaders of America , Knowledge Bowl, Model UN and many more.
- Arlington High School PTSA - The Arlington High School PTSA is organized to support the goals of the students and teachers at the high school. Through various fund-raising activities, the group helps provide funds for scholarships, classroom grants, and other resources used at the high school.
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Chalk Talk: Teaching Children About Money
Children do not have a natural-born sense about money. They need a little guidance from their parents to learn about it. Parents need to begin teaching them about it when they are young. When shopping, talk with the children the difference about looking and buying. When looking, a child can get an idea of something they may like, then they have a goal to save for. They can earn money by earning stickers for doing jobs without complaining. At the end of the week, they can get a so much for each sticker. Children can also learn how to divide their money by having a place to put money to save, give and spend. By following these hints, parents are helping their children to begin to be responsible money managers.