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Clawson District and Curriculum
Clawson Public Schools uses a curriculum that is based on state and national standards in all academic subjects. Math and Language Arts instruction follows the expectations in the Common Core Standards which call for teachers to focus in a more in-depth manner on the major topics of the subject. The Common Core Standards also contain many expectations that help develop critical thinking skills and is in line with the goal of providing college and career ready standards for the students. High school options allow students to make choices about the level of rigor they want to take on and provides various college-level learning opportunities.
We currently cover the following Clawson-area school district: Clawson Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Clawson District Curriculum
The English curriculum at Clawson Public Schools helps students learn how to make proper presentations, both written and oral. Students begin by learning the skills needed to share topics that are important to them. From finding a topic which is relevant to the assignment and to themselves through the actual presentation, the students discover tools that will be useful. They discover how to summarize material in written and oral forms. Students continue on to discover how to carry out research on a topic and then to translate it into a form that would interest an audience.
The science curriculum at Clawson Public Schools includes the subjects of biology, physics and chemistry. The students begin by looking at the physical attributes of items, such as color and external parts, and little by little, they look at the items closer, until they look at the cells or atoms with microscopes. In chemistry, students learn about lab safety, atomic structure and chemical equations. By the time they graduate, students will have discovered the molecules and atoms that are found in each item and the purpose of these to help the item to live.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Clawson Educational News
- Claw TV - Claw TV is the schools very own TV channel which broadcasts educational events as well as performances and news about what is happening in the schools. Any student who is interested in learning more about television production is invited to join.
- FCCLA - Family Career and Community Leaders of America is a national organization that works with students enrolled in Family and Consumer Science classes. FCCLA is a Career and Technical Student organization. Members see personal growth along with advancement in leadership and preparation for a career. The members learn from their instructors and from mentors, then they can take their skills and attend conferences where they can compete and meet with others that share their dreams.
- National Honor Society - National Honor Society honors students who have shown excellence in academics, character, leadership and in their everyday lives. Students are nominated for this honor by their peers or faculty. After being accepted they are inducted into the society. They are then expected to demonstrate each of the traits, which helped them become accepted, throughout their lives in school and in life.
Clawson 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: Studying Abroad
When students enter junior high and high school, they begin to receive information on studying abroad. This can increase curiosity, and nervousness in parents. Many of these programs encourage students to learn foreign language skills and knowledge of a different culture. Students come away from these programs with different views about themselves, their own culture and their country. Students are boarded at host families, in most of the cases. To find reputable programs parents should ask teachers and friends for their viewpoint. The programs under consideration should offer details on what's included, have staff with first-hand experience, and references from recent students. Generally expenses are for transportation and spending money. English-speaking countries are some of the most expensive ad South America and South Africa are most affordable.