Clarksville, Indiana Tutoring Programs
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Clarksville District and Curriculum
The Clarksville Community School Corporation follows standards set forth by the Indiana Department of Education. These standards help students prepare to contribute to society. From pre-kindergarten through high school, students gain both general and specific knowledge in areas such as mathematics, social studies, art, language art, and science. Classes in agriculture, business, and marketing provide opportunities for personal enrichment. Physical education and health and wellness are also emphasized in Clarksville schools.
We currently cover the following Clarksville-area school district: Clarksville Community School Corporation.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Clarksville District Curriculum
Elementary school students are taught a curriculum that focuses of the four main subjects of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. The Mathematics portion of this curriculum uses the Everyday Math program as its main resource. All students also complete relevant homework that is provided in the curriculum’s resources and take assessments developed especially for each unit. In Language Arts, students are equally exposed to fiction and non-fiction and taught how to write for a range of different purposes and audiences.
The district curriculum also provides standards for college preparation and students will receive instruction in topics included on the SAT and ACT. Advanced Placements classes and classes for dual credit are provided for students who wish to get a head start on college. There is also a career-technical curriculum that emphasizes 21st century skills like creativity and innovation.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Clarksville Educational News
- Clarksville Choir Sings Its Heart Out - The Clarksville Choir Department competed at the ISSMA Vocal Contest this year. Both middle and high school singers took home gold and silver medals, along with 3 state qualifying positions!
- Surrounded by Bugs - Students in Mrs. Inman’s first-grade class at Clarksville Elementary School had bugs on their minds during writing time! They got the opportunity to examine some dead bugs, which definitely helped them come up with some interesting bug facts.
- An Educational Field Trip - Eighth-graders from Clarksville Middle School visited Washington, DC for a very exciting field trip! The students met Congressman Todd Young and set about visiting places like the Lincoln Memorial and Ford’s Theater.
Clarksville 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: How to Learn a Foreign Language
We live in a multicultural and multilingual world that is more connected than ever. Being bilingual can be extremely helpful; however, learning another language doesn’t happen overnight. The first step you should take is to decide which language you want to learn; finding classes is the second. You can probably find classes at your school but you can also try looking for some at your library or local community center. Increasing your vocabulary is essential to learning a foreign language. Flashcards can be helpful for this task, as can writing sentences with the words you want to learn in them. If you can find TV shows or movies that you enjoy in your native language, try watching them in the language that you’re trying to learn. Also, if any of your friends speak Spanish, try speaking with them in that language. Finally, immersion is very helpful when learning a foreign language. Going to a country where that language is the native one can help you improve rapidly. Learning a foreign language requires time, patience, and lots of studying. However, once you’ve accomplished this task, you’ll find your world will expand in ways you hadn’t even imagined.