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Bangor Charter Township District and Curriculum
The Bangor Township Schools follows the Michigan Merit Curriculum to ensure that all students have a rigorous and coherent learning experience. The curriculum consists of frameworks for each subject and the frameworks lay out the year-by-year progression of learning that students will undertake. The academic standards represent the skills and knowledge, as well as critical thinking abilities, which students will develop in each subject. When students are in high school, they have greater choice for choosing their course of study and may be able to test out of certain courses upon demonstration of their ability in the subject.
We currently cover the following Bangor Charter Township-area school district: Bangor Township Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bangor Charter Township District Curriculum
One part of the curriculum at Bangor Township Schools is history. History comes to life for the students by using a many different resources. Included in this curriculum is information from literature, newspapers, photographs and primary sources, The students become aware of the people and events that make up this subject through the use of each of these items. When finished, they are so familiar with their topic, they can share an event of history or a person’s life with ease.
The English language arts curriculum seeks to improve the literacy rate and better prepare the students for success in college, career, and daily life. The curriculum integrates the skills of reading, writing, and verbal communication so that students develop each using the books and themes and ideas they discuss in class. The writing curriculum requires that students learn to write analytically, and students often reflect on their interpretation of texts through writing.
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- Speech and Debate Team - Speech and Debate introduces students to the world of public speaking. Students participate in competitions, either as a team or alone. They have several areas of which to choose, such as Informative Speaking, U.S. Extemporaneous Speaking, and Impromptu. Scholarships are available for those who wish to continue Speech and Debate in college.
- Family Career and Community Leaders of America - Family Career and Community Leaders of America is a national organization that works with students enrolled in Family and Consumer Science classes. FCCLA is a Career and Technical Student organization that connects students with many local and national opportunities. Members see personal growth along with advancement in leadership and preparation for a career.
- DECA Club - DECA is organized to help students in the area of marketing, finance, hospitality and management. The students that join this group grow their skills so they can be successful in their futures. They participate in meetings and in conventions and competitions. Through these meetings students are able to meet others with their goals. They are also eligible to apply for scholarships.
Bangor Charter 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: Preparing for Back-To-School
When getting children for the next year is school, parents need to check to make sure that everything is actually prepared. First, parents should check to see if there are any vaccinations or check-ups that are needed. Depending on a child's activities, schools may require a doctor's visit before the beginning of school. This information can be obtained from the school or the physician. If a child is going to attend a new school, check with the school office to see the child can have a tour of the school, so on the first day, they will be comfortable in navigating the hallways. Another way to help the child with the new year is to meet the teacher and find out what the expectation may be and if there is a way to volunteer in the classroom or the school. With these steps covered, parents will have taken the first steps to provide a successful year for the child.