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Caledonia Township District and Curriculum

Caledonia Community Schools follows a curriculum with academic standards set by the Michigan Department of Education. In Math and Language Arts, the standards incorporate the Common Core expectations that call on students to focus on the key topics of each subject and develop their knowledge further each year. The expectations also call on students to be able to think analytically and gain problem-solving skills, and to be able to communicate their thoughts clearly. The formal assessments given by the state serve as measures of proficiency and provide data on areas of strength and weakness.

We currently cover the following Caledonia Township-area school district: Caledonia Community Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Caledonia Township District Curriculum

Students at Caledonia Community Schools are exposed to the world of literature through the English curriculum. From elementary through high school, students learn how to create plot diagrams, to find the themes, location and characters by reading works such as Lord of the Flies, or A Raisin in the Sun. They also learn how to find information in their reading of non-fiction texts. Each of these skill will help them after graduation in whatever area of the world they decide to live.

Geometry is a part of the mathematics curriculum at Caledonia Community Schools. This course concentrates on the math that is involved with shapes. The students begin by learning the basic characteristics of simple shapes like triangles, squares and circles. As the students progress, the shapes become more complex, as does the math surrounding them. The students discover how to find the perimeter, and area of shapes and how to find the diameter and radius of circles. This study allows students to learn the problem-solving skills needed throughout their lives.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Caledonia Township Educational News

  • MyLead - MyLead helps build leadership skills in students by motivating and enabling them to make positive impressions on the community. This is done through a variety of service projects. This group shows the importance of helping other to encourage these students to become leaders that will have a positive effect on the future.
  • FFA Organization - FFA, formerly known as Future Farmers of America, welcomes students that are enrolled in Agriculture. Through this organization students are given support in their choice for a future career whether in biology, farming, horticulture or other areas. Students acquire skills in leadership and teamwork as they compete in competitions in their area of agriculture.
  • Speech and Debate - 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 World Schools Debate, Expository, poetry, and many more rhetorical forms.

Caledonia 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: Transitions in High School

High School is filled with transitions. Teens can find challenges in these changes, but with a little awareness, parents can help their children through these times. In high school, many teens need to face moving to a larger school, new teachers, expectations and discipline. They also are learning how to develop independence at home, yet still stay connected to parents and family members. Socially, new connections are being made and at time they need to find a balance between work and social life. Finally, these young people are expected to have good study skills and the expectations are they can shoulder the responsibility of deciding classes to take and what type of future they want. Parents can help by talking with their child about the changes that are going to be faced. Also contact should be maintained between the parents and the teachers.