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Broussard City, Louisiana Tutoring Programs
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Broussard City District and Curriculum
Broussard City public schools are part of the Lafayette Parish School System (LPSS). The district is dedicated to providing an excellent education system that prepares students to be productive citizens and successful in advanced learning and in the workforce. The goal for the district is to have 100% of students’ successfully complete high school and there is an ongoing mission which involves the local community in the effort to achieve this reality.
We currently cover the following Broussard City-area school district: Lafayette Parish School System.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Broussard City District Curriculum
The Lafayette Parish School System has implemented the state approved Common Core Curriculum which provides educational standards in Mathematics and English and Language Arts. In English and Language Arts students are expected to learn how to read, write, speak and listen in English. The literacy standards set out in Common Core are also applied across all academic courses including technology courses. English skills include learning how to read for information and conduct research for use in writing assignments.
In Mathematics, students learn basic math subjects at an intensive level. These core math subjects include basic computation, algebra, geometry, statistics, proportional reasoning, and measurement. The focus in on students becoming math literate with the ability to take what they have learned and apply it to higher math and to work related problems. Math instruction includes learning how to solve math problems quickly, and apply learned math skills with confidence.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Broussard City Educational News
- Mock Trial - The Young Lawyers Association recently held their yearly Mock Trial Tournament in Louisiana at the United States District Court Western District of Louisiana. Of the six competing teams, two teams were from Northside and they took top honors winning the tournament in first and second place. The winning best attorney was also from a Northside team.
- Online Technology Challenge - The 8th annual Louisiana High School Online Technology Challenge was held recently and students from the Carencro High AOIT achieved a first place finish. The event was held at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Team coach for the AOIT team is Donna Denny.
- Education Closet - The Education Closet educator showcase recently featured Visual Arts Instructional Coach Pammy Pry from the Lafayette Parish School System. As part of the course requirements with the Education Closet, Coach Pry developed a set of curriculum maps integrating teaching about the arts and Common Core Standards.
Broussard City 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: Nashville Symphony Orchestra
A great way to get young kids interested in music is to introduce them to the Nashville Symphony Orchestra website SFKIDS.org. The website provides educational games where kids can discover music, listen to all kinds of music, play and compose music, and try their hand at conducting. With Symphony Hall kids get handed the baton and have the opportunity to see what it is like to keep an orchestra performing learning simple rhythms and what each hand does to keep the orchestra in harmony. Once students have gone through trying out right hand beat patterns and left hand volume gestures, they can try out conducting Stravinsky's Lullaby from Firebird, Ravel's Bolero, or Debussy's Festivals. If the conducting is in error, the online orchestra stops playing. In another educational game, students can learn the basics of composing in Music Mountain. In this game kids learn about musical notation, notes, tempos, musical signatures and orchestral sounds.