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Cheviot District and Curriculum
K-12 students in Cheviot are served by the Cincinnati Public Schools. The district is among the largest in Ohio, with 55 schools and over 33,000 students. However, despite its large size, Cincinnati Public Schools is dedicated to meeting the individual needs of every student. Quality educational programming challenges students to achieve their highest possible potential. Along the way, dedicated and highly trained teachers push students to expand their boundaries and acquire the knowledge and skills they need to be successful. Cincinnati Public Schools has been recognized for this commitment to educational excellence over and over again. Several schools in the district are among the best in the nation according to various national magazines. Other schools in the district have been awarded the prestigious National Blue Ribbon Award.
We currently cover the following Cheviot-area school district: Cincinnati Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cheviot District Curriculum
A central component of the English language arts curriculum is acquiring effective writing skills. In middle school, students examine the various types of writing and their purpose. Learners explore persuasive writing, gaining the ability to write arguments with well supported claims. Students work on introducing topics effectively, with clear organization of ideas and evidence to support those ideas. A distinction is drawn between reliable sources and those that should not be used, with students learning how to incorporate information from a variety of reliable sources in order to devise strong support for their position.
The financial literacy curriculum includes a discussion of entrepreneurship. Students discuss the scope of entrepreneurship, identifying the long-term impacts it has on the economies of Ohio and the United States. Learners identify factors that promote entrepreneurship, and contrast those with factors that lead to the demise of small businesses. Entrepreneurial skills are identified and students explain how these skills are needed for success. Students compare these skills with their own interests and aptitudes, and evaluate their ability to become an entrepreneur.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Cheviot Educational News
- Chase School Recognized as School of Honor - Cincinnati Public Schools has announced that Chase School has been recognized as a High Progress School of Honor by the Ohio Department of Education. The honor is based on improvements in students’ reading and math scores.
- Western Hills Gets Health Center - Western Hills High School is now home to a school-based health center. Students and community members can take advantage of primary and dental health care at the center. This is one of the many school community partnerships that are aimed at helping all members of the community.
- GE and CPS Team Up - GE has entered into a partnership with Cincinnati Public Schools to bring STEM studies to several district schools. The partnership will last throughout the year and involve 7th and 8th grade students. New equipment, updated curriculum, and a range of hands-on learning opportunities will all be available to the students.
Cheviot 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: Value of Work-Based Learning
Many high schools offer career and technical programs so that students can learn in a work-based environment. These types of programs offer students a variety of benefits. Students are able to apply what they learn in the classroom in a real world environment. This helps learners connect abstract ideas and processes to actual application. These programs also facilitate a better understanding of careers that are available, as well as the skills and knowledge required to enter those careers. The development of positive work habits, such as timeliness, meeting deadlines, and effective communication and collaboration skills are a positive as well. Refinement of highly technical skills cannot be overlooked either. Upon completion of a high school work-based learning program, students have skills that make them immediately employable. Employment is much more likely as students often make connections with professionals in their area of interest.