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Cape Coral District and Curriculum

Cape Coral’s curriculum offers a variety of subjects for each grade level. Students take a mixture of academic and enrichment subjects so that they have a broad learning experience. The expectations for students’ Math education are based upon the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards and the Common Core State Standards. During elementary school, students are expected to learn addition, subtraction, measurement, estimation, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, time, simple geometry, equations, and graphs. In middle school, students begin studying algebra, statistics, exponents, graphs, plane geometry, and more. In high school, students begin to take classes in algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, and advanced mathematics.

We currently cover the following Cape Coral-area school districts: Lee County Public Schools.

Schools in Cape Coral include:

Skyline Elementary School is located on 620 SW 19th Street, Cape Coral, FL 33991, Skyline Elementary School covers grades PreK-5 and can be contacted at 239-772-3223. Skyline Elementary school is committed to making every school year productive and enjoyable. The school offers a strong academic program for all its students through their dedicated and caring teaching staff. Like other students in Florida, the curriculum designed taught by the school is based around the state of Florida’s Next Generation Sunshine State Standards. These standards describe the knowledge a student should be able to demonstrate at the end of each grade level from grade 1 through 12 in the areas of English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Physical Education, World Languages, Fine Arts, and Health Education. These standards are then subdivided into standards which further outline the specific content, knowledge, and skills students are expected to learn in school. In language arts, students learn read literary texts and examine the main idea, plot development, author’s purpose and more. In mathematics, students are able to gain a solid foundation in problem solving. To learn more about the math tutoring we offer, contact SchoolTutoring Academy.

Gulf Middle School is located on 1809 SW 36th Terrace, Cape Coral, FL 33914, Gulf Middle School covers grades 6-8 and can be contacted at 239-549-0606.  The mission of Gulf Middle school is to prepare all students for success by nurturing, and well managed environment. Like other schools in Florida, middle school students at Gulf Middle School take classes in Mathematics, English/Language Arts, Science, and social studies. SchoolTutoring Academy provides tutoring for all subject areas, contact us to learn more.

Island Coast High School is located on 2125 De Navarra Parkway, Cape Coral, FL 33909, Island Coast High School covers grades 9-12 and can be contacted at 904-630-6760.  Island Coast High School serves over 1600 students and is the newest high school in Cape Coral, opening in 2008. The mission of the school is to provide world-class education in an environment that encourages students to be lifelong learners and responsible citizens. The school offers various academies allowing students to specialize in particular fields. These academies include The Academy of Information Technology, The Academy of Natural Resources, and The Academy of Engineering. Island Coast High School also offers elective courses in art, world languages and physical education. In order to graduate, student must pass the Florida State Assessment for English Language Arts and Reading, and in Algebra. To learn more about the English and Math tutoring we offer, contact SchoolTutoring Academy.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cape Coral District Curriculum

The elementary Science curriculum covers environments, habitats, seasons, plants, animals, space, life cycles, earth, matter, weather, energy, the scientific method, and more. Once students are in middle school, they will learn about nutrition, safety, substance abuse, exercise, disease, mental health, emotional changes, and more. In high school, students are able to choose from the following science classes: anatomy and physiology, biology, chemistry, environmental science, health science, integrated science, marine science, nursing assistance, health and physical science.

Lastly, Standards for Reading/Language Arts are based upon the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards and the Common Core State Standards. Elementary learning covers phonics, grammar, story structure, punctuation, vocabulary, writing, and reading comprehension. Students then increase knowledge of language arts through story analysis, composition, vocabulary, spelling, and grammar and in high school, students move on to reading, literature studies, and analytic writing.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Cape Coral Educational News

  • Math Initiative - The Lee County Schools are undertaking a comprehensie plan to increase teaching and learning in Math. This focus will take into account all areas of the instructional process and seek feedback from community members as to best practices in math education.
  • Creative Fundraising - The Ida S. Baker High School Football team is hosting the second annual "Tackling the Cure" fundraiser. In honor of breast cancer awareness month, players will be sporting pink jerseys; they hope to raise more than $1,000 to help breast cancer research. These efforts offer one of the great learning experiences from high school extracurriculars.
  • School Grades - The Lee County District provides families with a resource to understand the grade ranking that area schools receive. This resource can help parents plan for the educational opportunities and provides insight into the additional programs offered in the area schools.

Cape Coral 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.

About Cape Coral, Florida

Cape Coral is located in Lee County in Florida on the Gulf of Mexico near Fort Myers. The city was founded in 1957 and has since grown to a population of 154305 in 2010. In 2017, the population of Cape Coral reached 183 365. The city covers an area of 120 square miles, making it the largest city between Tampa and Miami. Cape Coral is nicknamed “Waterfront Wonderland” due to it having over 400 miles of navigable waterways, which is even more than Venice Italy! The community in Cape Coral is vibrant and friendly, and because there are so many waterways, there is ample opportunity for boating, fishing and other water sports. For those who would prefer to stay on land, the city offers multiple golf courses, tennis court, athletic parks and nature preserves.

The economy in Cape Coral is based around Health Care, retail, construction, and real estate. The city is popular destination for people who want to get away from the cold, with one in five people in Cape Coral only living there seasonally.

The population in Cape Coral is well spread out with 20.5% of the population being under 18, 17.7% of the population being between 18-34, 27.1% being 35-54, 14.5% being 55-64 and 20.2% being over the age of 65. The median household income in the city was 52 000 in 2017.

Cape Coral Farmers Market

The Cape Coral Farmers Market is open every Saturday in Club Square. Found at the Farmer’s market are fresh, local, and healthy fruit and vegetables from more than 125 vendors and farmers. Vendors also sell freshly baked breads and pastries, jams and jellies, fresh seafood, fresh meat, and more. There’s something for everyone at the market – some vendors even sell dog treats.The Market has been opening every Saturday morning for the last 24 years.

Sun Splash Family Waterpark

Sunsplash family waterpark is the largest water park in Southwest Florida! The park takes up an area of 14 acres, and there are a variety of attractions including a lazy river and multiple water slides for visitors to enjoy. The park is operated by the City of Cape Coral Parks & Recreation Department who also offer aquatics classes. For younger audiences, there’s a pirate’s cove where they can play in the water and escape from the Florida heat. There’s fun for everyone at the Sun Splash Family Waterpark.

Cape Coral Yacht Club Community Park

The Cape Coral Yacht Club was built in 1958 directly on the Caloosahatchee River and remains as a landmark in the city. The Community park offers a wide range facilities and amenities for visitors to try out. There’s a public beach, fishing pier, and community pool. The Yacht Club and community park also includes a ballroom that is popular for renting as a spot for wedding, private parties, and business meetings. For outdoor events, there is even an enclosed beach pavillion. On the first Wednesday of every Month from October to April, people gather at the club for the popular “Sunset Celebration”, where people can shop for items by local arts and crafts vendors, enjoy live music, eat food from food trucks, and enjoy beautiful views of the Florida sunset over the water.

Interesting Facts

  • Cape Coral was the first municipality in the United States to use Reverse Osmosis Water Purification on a large scale for their water. The initial operating capacity of the purification process was 3 000 000 gallons per day.
  • The city is the home to the largest population of burrowing owls in Florida with about 1000 nesting pairs. Every year, the Annual Burrowing Owl Festival is held in the city.
  • In the early years of the city, Cape Coral wa known as a community with many retired residents.
  • Surrounding Cape Coral are a variety of Gulf Beaches such as Sanibel Island and Fort Myers beach.
  • Bankrate.com put Cape Coral on its Top 10 List of Places to Retire in 2015.
  • Honeywell ranked Cape Coral #2 on its list of U.S. cities with the cleanest air in 2014.
  • In 2014, The Business Insider named Cape Coral as one of the top 10 best cities to start a new business in.

Chalk Talk: Playing by the Rules

The biggest mistake students make when writing essays for tests (standardized or in a class) is this: Failing to answer the question. Whether the essay topic is, “Who is your hero? Why?” or “Explain the effects of the Hickey Treason on George Washington’s leadership and presidency,” the important thing is to do answer the question as thoroughly as possible. Go with the standard format of an introduction, at least three body paragraphs (with topic sentences featuring your main points), and a conclusion. Don’t be ashamed to doodle out a little prewriting if you need to—it will keep you from meandering away from your subject. Finally, be sure to read your work when you’re finish. Catch errors in wording, grammar, or punctuation, and be sure it makes sense and fulfills the requirements.

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