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Cheverly District and Curriculum
The Prince George’s County Public Schools provides a comprehensive academic experience designed to also engage student learning by providing interesting and relevant courses. Students learn strong procedural skills within the Common Core Initiative and apply these skills toward later assessment and real world applications. The school district also provides special education programs and services for those eligible students. Instructors monitor student progress and adjust the program if necessary and the duration of the service depending on the level of language proficiency.
We currently cover the following Cheverly-area school district: Prince George’s County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cheverly District Curriculum
By the end of elementary school, students are expected to read grade level material with fluency while comprehending the plot of the story as well. Students also spend time working with words to discover the many spelling patterns of the English language as well as composing pieces of writing for different audiences. Teachers will also have students work with the vocabulary found in the book as well as look at the author’s word choice and how it relates to the theme. Once students have completed a novel, they typically will have to do some sort of culminating project that might include an essay.
In math, by high school students have the basis to work with complex equations within areas of study like Algebra and Trigonometry. Incoming high school students are expected to learn what will become the foundation of their high school math education through problem solving skills and by building on the basic concepts that they have already learned.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Cheverly Educational News
- Education Insight Newsletter - To help keep families up-to-date on events and programs in the district, Prince George's County Public Schools publishes a regular newsletter. Not only does it highlight special accomplishments by students and educators, but also reveals the different types of activities in which students participate in the classroom.
- Scholarship Opportunities - As new scholarships become available, the district lists them on their website. There are academic and athletic scholarships, as well as scholarships for students interested in specific fields such as STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programs.
- Internship Opportunities - Students in the district who are interested in gaining work experience during high school, can apply for a local internship. There are available internships in fields such as cybersecurity and other high tech fields.
Cheverly 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: The Value of District Websites
All school districts now have a website to help promote better communication between the district, families and students. The websites, often, are also a valuable resource to be tapped into throughout the year and for different reasons. There is also schedule information about upcoming events from sports to assessments, but there is also information about different programs and courses available to students. Some websites also highlight community partners, which helps others in the community see ways in which the district can be helped. School districts also offer resources for understanding which site or portal may be most beneficial or appropriate for you and your child, at the school level they may be at. Make that one email or attend that one open house to get all the information you need for the whole school year. Look on the school district website for resources in learning how to set it up or how to use it based on your needs.