Clayton, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Clayton District and Curriculum
K-12 students in Clayton attend the Northmont City Schools. There are nine schools in the district, each of which offers a safe and secure place for children to learn. The mission of Northmont City Schools is to provide children with opportunities to explore academic interests, build skills, and acquire knowledge they will need to be successful in college or a career. The district offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities as well, which helps students develop personal and social skills.
We currently cover the following Clayton-area school district: Northmont City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Clayton District Curriculum
The math curriculum in Clayton starts with very basic knowledge, such as identifying whole numbers and repeating numbers in the proper sequence. Children learn to represent numbers, as well as relate and work with numbers as well. Basic geometry is covered, with learners developing an understanding of simple shapes. As students progress through elementary school, they learn foundational operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Students devise an understanding of standard units of measurement as well.
The Clayton physical education curriculum helps children acquire both fine and gross motor skills. Taking part in individual and team activities, including games and athletic events, develops these skills. Muscle control, balance, and hand-eye coordination is developed through activities such as flexibility and strength training, dribbling and kicking a ball, and walking a balance beam. Kids acquire analytical, communication, and teamwork skills as well through their interactions.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Clayton Educational News
- Benefactors of Education Recognized - The Roll of Recognition program at Northmont City Schools honors local educators and community members for their contributions to local education. Alumni of the district who have made positive contributions in other career areas are also eligible for the Roll of Recognition.
- Northmont Hosts Science Mania - To boost student interest in science, Northmont City Schools recently hosted the Science Mania science fair. Students and parents from Northmont Middle School were given the chance to attend and interact with a number of hands-on exhibits.
- Financial Aid Information Available - Northmont High School offers financial aid workshops for families of students who will soon graduate. Parents and students can attend one of these workshops to learn more about the processes involved in acquiring funding for college.
Clayton 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: Great Uses of Technology for Learning
Today’s classrooms are more plugged-in than ever. Having technology so fully integrated into their daily lives means that children have the capabilities to greatly expand their learning space by using technology. No longer are kids bound by their time in the classroom to learn. Students can use their tablets, laptops, and other devices to access information any time of day. The depth of knowledge a student can acquire by conducting independent research on the Internet is far greater than what they can achieve in a 45-minute classroom session. And because so many of today’s jobs require technological literacy, every time your child uses technology to complete their schoolwork, they are building critical job skills as well. By giving students the opportunity to explore on their own, they become much more engaged in the educational process and take on more responsibility for determining what information is relevant.