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Cedar Lake, Indiana Tutoring Programs
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Cedar Lake District and Curriculum
Hanover Community Schools offer a curriculum that provides a well-rounded education for K-12 students. General education begins with mathematics, science, language arts, and social studies classes that give students opportunities to develop abstract reasoning and critical thinking skills. Students can earn college credits in dual credit courses that include medical terminology, biomedical interventions, and the dental field. Health science classes also allow students to gain entry-level skills in a variety of careers, such as the dental, veterinary, pharmacy, and physical therapy fields.
We currently cover the following Cedar Lake-area school district: Hanover Community School Corporation.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cedar Lake District Curriculum
Language Arts instruction includes the primary topics of writing, reading, language, speaking, listening, and college and career readiness anchor standards and is developmentally appropriate with increasing calls for analytic thinking for secondary students. The Common Core Standards also requires training in reading and writing for history/social studies, science, and technical subjects, as well as college and career readiness. Likewise, the Math curriculum which also follows Common Core Standards focuses on progressing students to advanced work by high school.
Elective courses are also available to students in many areas in middle and high school. Computer illustration, commercial photography, and radio television are offered in the area of communications. Aerospace engineering, civil and architectural engineering, and digital electronics are some of the classes available for those interested in exploring engineering.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Cedar Lake Educational News
- Hanover Breaks Records - Hancock Central High School’s boys’ track and field team competed at the Greater South Shore Conference championships recently and showed that they’re not a team to be messed with! The team broke two records in the areas of the 800 and the hurdles events and will compete at a conference championship next.
- Jane Ball's Students Know How Important Math Is - Jane Ball Elementary students showed off their smarts when they participated in the Indiana Academic Math Bowl at Boone Grove Elementary. Students competed against eight other schools in the area in tasks that included converting liquid measurements and reading a protractor to determine the measure of an angle.
- Students Honored For Perfect Scores - Jane Ball Elementary was proud to report a 97.4 % pass rate on the IREAD-3 test in 2013. The school was even prouder to honor several third-grade students who received perfect scores on the test at a Hanover Community School Board meeting! Way to go!
Cedar Lake 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: What Will A Speech-Language Pathologist Work On?
If a student is having issues with pronunciation or stuttering, a referral to a speech-language pathologist (SLP) may be necessary. A speech-language pathologist will have the tools to test a student to find out what they need help with specifically and the knowledge to plan therapy sessions to help them improve. An SLP may join a student in class to work on certain concepts or take them to a different room so that they can concentrate more. When working with a student, an SLP may ask them to exaggerate the sounds they make or speak slower or faster. They may also play games with children or sing songs designed to help students better understand concepts. It is important to take an active role in any tasks the SLP may ask you to complete at home. These tasks are often very helpful in bringing elements of therapy sessions into situations a student may not experience in school.