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Canfield, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Canfield District and Curriculum
Canfield Local Schools is responsible for educating Canfield’s K-12 public school students. The district offers a wide variety of programs that facilitate the development of critical intellectual, social, and emotional skills. The needs of the whole student are addressed in a number of venues in order to ensure children have the knowledge and tools they need to be successful in college, career, and life in general. Canfield Local Schools takes particular pride in their dedication to providing rigorous learning experiences for all students. Advanced Placement offerings and College in High School programs are just two examples of the challenging academic experiences available to students.
We currently cover the following Canfield-area school district: Canfield Local Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Canfield District Curriculum
In Math, skills are made up of knowledge (adaptive and perceptive), showing proficiency in a multitude of ways to solve difficult problems, understanding various theories (concepts, processes, and associations), showing fluency in measured procedures (skills in the transmission of knowledge through certain mathematical procedures), and life-long thinking habits (the way of seeing math as being purposeful and worthwhile in life). These skills provide the range of problem-solving methods a student needs to approach the various topics they learn in mathematics.
The technology curriculum introduces students to many technologies they will use in daily life. Technology’s role in communication is also explored, allowing students to harness the power of social media and other emerging technologies to learn from and interact with diverse peoples from around the globe. Safely using technology is an important topic of study as well. Students learn about digital ethics and become aware of strategies they can use to protect their privacy while using technology.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Canfield Educational News
- Students Receive Academic Accolades - Canfield High School’s Academic Challenge teams recently competed in a quiz bowl tournament. The varsity team placed third and the junior varsity team took second place. This competition covers many academic subjects and requires that students work together to master various thinking challenges.
- Kids Demonstrate Math Skills at MathCounts Competition - Students at Canfield Village Middle School took home several prizes at a recent MathCounts competition. The team placed fourth overall, and two members of the team performed well enough to earn a spot at the state competition.
- Band, Choir Students Awarded - Canfield High School’s band and choir students recently competed at the District 8 Large Group Adjudicated Event. Both band and choir students received superior ratings for their performances and made the district, and their families, very proud of their accomplishments.
Canfield 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: Talking with the Teacher
Whether it is parent-teacher conference time or there is a need to see the teacher for concerns knowing how to approach and guide the conversation is beneficial. When discussing the concern make sure that it is in a private setting, away from staff, parents and kids. Instead, ask for a conference or the opportunity to exchange emails. During the meeting, keep a positive outlook. This makes it easier for the teacher to be willing to hear the parents’ thoughts. To go along with this, parents need to avoid “you” statements which can sound combative. Parents should also state the facts, even if this means writing notes with dates and times. Parents should avoid using labels, such a bully or worse. Instead it is more helpful if behaviors are addressed. Finally, try to sandwich the matter with positives to help make it easy to maintain a relationship with the teacher.