Auburn, Massachusetts Tutoring Programs
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Auburn District and Curriculum
The Auburn Public Schools serves students through a number of educational choices. At the high school level, students can choose to attend Auburn High School for grades 9 through 12, or they may choose to enroll in Bay Pat Regional Vocational Technical High School. The district focuses on facilitating the education of each student through the use of curriculum that provides rigor and skills instruction required for success in college and career. The knowledge base that students form spans across the curriculum to include a variety of subjects.
We currently cover the following Auburn-area school district: Auburn Public School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Auburn District Curriculum
The Auburn Public School District supports Massachusetts’s adoption of the Common Core State Standards, and continues to update and implement the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. These frameworks have been developed to maximize the benefits of the Common Core State Standards for educators, students, and parents. Engaging in hands-on learning, students create proficiency in many subject areas.
In Language Arts, students learn not only to read a write well, but also to listen and to speak articulately. Students learn how to communicate differently in different situations, for different audiences, for different purposes, and for different disciplines. The Mathematics curriculum begins students with the fundamentals of math operations and begins to introduce them to topics like probability, fractions and decimals, algebraic patterning, and shape and spatial awareness. This lays the foundation for the problem-solving skills inherent to algebra, geometry and statistics which they will take in high school.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Auburn Educational News
- "Unsung Hero" Program - Daniel Creamer, a Spanish teacher at Auburn High School and Auburn Middle School, was named an “Unsung Hero” by a former student. Creamer was given the award through the Saint Michael’s College teacher recognition program.
- Virtual High School - Following the example of Auburn High School, Auburn Middle School is implementing the Virtual High School for the district’s younger students. Though only five students will be allowed to access the online courses at first, the program will expand, and allow many more students to correspond with peers from across the globe, such as China or India.
- STEM Academy News - Superintendent Maryellen Brunelle announced a $25,000 grant being awarded the the Auburn Middle School. The Innovation School Implementation Grant was given by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to fund STEM Academy.
Auburn 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: Public Speaking with Ease
If you ask many people what their number one fear is, many will respond, “public speaking.” Public speaking, however, is required in some form or another in various aspects of life, including school. In order to overcome the fear of public speaking, there are a few tips that your student can follow. Practice speaking publicly whenever possible. Just as with any sport, practice makes perfect. If your child is struggling with anxiety over speaking in front of a class or other group of people, the best way to work through that anxiety is to practice dealing with it before the big day. Always be prepared. Though public speaking causes even the most seasoned professional to have a few butterflies in the tummy, knowing exactly what your student wants to say will go a long way to reduce stress.