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Byron Township District and Curriculum

Byron Township, Michigan is served by three public school districts that include Byron Center Public Schools, Grandville Public Schools, and Kentwood Public Schools. The largest of these districts is Kentwood Public Schools which is comprised of ten elementary schools, three middle schools, one freshman campus, one high school, one alternative school, and a virtual academy. This school system has a “no-excuses” policy in which they promise to do whatever it takes for each child to be successful. Kentwood Public Schools uses a curriculum based on the national Common Core standards and the Michigan Grade Level Expectations.

We currently cover the following Byron Township-area school districts: Byron Center Public Schools, Grandville Public Schools, and Kentwood Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Byron Township District Curriculum

The elementary Mathematics curriculum uses Everyday Math as its main resource for teachers and students. The program is based on the spiraling theory in which students are exposed to different Mathematical concepts repeatedly until mastery is reached. A large part of the spiraling curriculum comes in the form of the student journal which is used daily in class. This journal contains Math Boxes which are a series of problems from key concepts.

The Language Arts curriculum has several components in place to help students who are having difficulties reading. One of the biggest components is the READ180 program, which uses technology to help students. READ180 is a program that measures Lexile Reading scores and works to improve those scores for low performing students. Students will go to the READ180 room where they will work with a teacher and other students on specific skills. Next, they will listen to pieces of literature on the computer and answer comprehension questions.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Byron Township Educational News

  • Administrator Wins State Award - Kentwood Public School’s Director of Elementary Education won a State Leadership Award. Mike Pikard, who has worked in the school system for twenty four years, was nominated by his peers for the honor. The award is given out annually by the Michigan Association of State and Federal Program Specialists.
  • All-State Orchestra - Three Kentwood Public School’s students were chosen to be a part of the All-State Orchestra. The two high school students and one middle school student were chosen out of a pool of thousands. The All-State Orchestra performed at the Michigan Music Conference.
  • Students Help the Community - Crossroads Alternative High School students recently compiled over 300 bags of supplies for the homeless. The students collected necessities such as toothpaste, soap, deodorant, and socks. The bags were then delivered to local charities and distributed to those in need of these personal items.

Byron 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: Remediation Options for Schools

It has long been known that not all students will learn at the same speed or master every objective equally. However, what are the options for those students that have fallen behind? Many school districts have several choices to remediate students. For students who are having trouble with a particular skill, it may help to offer individual tutoring with the teacher or resource personnel. Students who have fallen behind substantially in a subject will need more intense remediation. One option for these students is for them to be enrolled in one of the many remediation programs that school districts can purchase. One good example is the READ180 program which helps students raise their reading level until they are back on track. It is important for schools to evaluate each student and determine the best course of remediation in order for that student to be successful.

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