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Bellfontaine Neighbors, Missouri Tutoring Programs
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Bellfontaine Neighbors District and Curriculum
The Riverview Gardens School District promotes excellence in academics and a supportive learning environment for students by building its curriculum upon the Missouri Learning standards. With clearly defined expectations, students are given opportunities to succeed, no matter what their background, learning style, or other differences. Elective courses and extracurricular opportunities are also offered to inspire engaged, driven students who are more likely to be successful in their own lives and careers.
We currently cover the following Bellfontaine Neighbors-area school district: Riverview Gardens School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bellfontaine Neighbors District Curriculum
Teachers have the autonomy to tailor their lessons to the needs of individual students, whether that means students who’ve fallen behind grade or students who need more challenging assignments to remain interested. Critical thinking and writing skills as well as problem solving and science literacy is stressed. Students are taught to be good communicators and good listeners. Students are also offered a variety of extracurricular opportunities from sport teams to play on, music groups to perform with, and an assortment of academic and art clubs.
Students are encouraged to become active in their school community. It is hoped that they will develop habits which will lead to them becoming involved in their community after they graduate. Students are held to high expectations in the hopes that they will take advantage of their own education and become lifelong learners.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bellfontaine Neighbors Educational News
- Model UN Club - The Model United Nations Group offers students who are interested in politics and world affairs the opportunity to participate in a UN supported extracurricular. The students take on the role of different countries, and gather with other students representing other nations and discuss issues as the UN does.
- Speech and Debate Club - The Speech and Debate Club gives students the chance to develop their public speaking skills through many different events. From Mock Trial to Extemporaneous Speaking and Dramatic Interpretation, there are many different avenues for students to pursue.
- RGHS Film Club - The RGHS Film Club is a popular extracurricular that gives students the chance to collaborate on independent film-making. Students are able to use the school's equipment and learn valuable skills that will transfer into their post-secondary life.
Bellfontaine Neighbors 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: Early Action
Early Action (EA) applications are early, non-binding applications. This means that the student applies usually by November 15th, but they are free to apply elsewhere. Because the application is early, these students are looked upon favorably, and acceptance rates are higher for EA applications, though not as high as Early Decision applicants. Even though it might seem stress-inducing to have to apply early, this can also mean students receive a decision much earlier, often in January. If this is the student’s top choice college, this means the student might be done with applications and ready to move on to financial aid and even housing. Many colleges offer EA applications, and not Early Decision applications, because they feel that the binding nature of Early Decision is unfair; EA solves this problem while giving many of the same, or similar benefits.