Cherryville, North Carolina Tutoring Programs
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Cherryville District and Curriculum
The district course curriculum entails all subjects at primary and higher levels. Those courses include English, Math, Science and Technology, History and many career-oriented electives. The entire curriculum is set according to national standards by highly educated and experienced staff members who are regularly update the current content as per the requirements of the times. Technology integration into all areas of teaching and learning is also underway and students are able to use technology for learning and take courses in topics that can prepare them for careers.
We currently cover the following Cherryville-area school district: Gaston County Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cherryville District Curriculum
In English, students start off with alphabets and three letter small words, introduce colors and shapes and then go on forward with sentence building, punctuation and grammar skills. Teachers introduce each new topic gradually according to the age and grade level appropriate to each child. Skills in both reading and writing become increasingly complex and emphasize analysis and interpretation over simple comprehension. Students are also expected to be able to evaluate the quality of texts and information they find during research.
In Math, learning beings with numbers and basic mathematical operations and then similarly we start advanced concepts gradually, like those of fractions, decimal numbers and ratios. Teachers have the child perform calculations on his/her own confidently without assistance. Students are also introduced to different computational tools, however, with the goal of developing their ability to choose the correct mathematical tools to solve any problem they may encounter.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Cherryville Educational News
- New Athletic Director Chosen - The next Athletic Director for Cherryville High School has been chosen and is no other than Harrill, 42. He will take over his position and work to develop a top-notch athletics department while also helping to connect students to goals of playing college sports.
- Spanish Classes to Start at Cherryville Library - There’s a good news for all at Cherryville. The Cherryville branch Library is to begin very soon classes for Spanish language, so all those interested, can visit the site for more details. Students will be able to gain a range of conversational and literacy skills in the language.
- Cherryville High School Education Foundation Fund - Alumni students raised thousands of dollars on behalf of Cherryville High School and donated it wisely for the purpose of spreading education. Grants and awards are provided to teachers with plans for new learning initiatives and student scholarships.
Cherryville 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: Memorization
Ever felt the need to have your child memorize something? Some paragraph from a book or a poem, let’s say, for a school presentation? Have you found it difficult? Well, it may take time depending upon the length, but it’s quite easy. A child has a very sharp mind that is ready to receive whatever information is given to it. So make your child sits in front of you, keep the written text in front and read it out aloud to him. Ask him to repeat several times the same line to retain it. Do the next line, then ask him to repeat two lines together. Then go on to the next one. If s/he makes a mistake, make him repeat until s/he is perfect with it. Lastly make him read out the whole thing without looking. Doing this will accomplish several goals – a child who knows they have the ability to memorize something complex will develop confidence in their ability. They will develop a sense of focus and concentration and a frame of reference for long tasks that involve concentration and use of memory.