Coffeyville, Kansas Tutoring Programs
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Coffeyville District and Curriculum
Students in Coffeyville attend the Coffeyville Unified School District 445. The district operates one early learning center, one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school. The curriculum followed is comprehensive and integrated so that what students learn in one subject can be applied to their learning process in other subjects. Opportunities to explore concepts in hands-on ways is emphasized and students are encouraged to develop a sense of innovation, creativity and collaboration.
We currently cover the following Coffeyville-area school district: Coffeyville Unified School District 445.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Coffeyville District Curriculum
Coffeyville schools’ English Language Arts curriculum is based on standards that assist students in developing literacy skills that they can apply across all subject areas. After elementary school, the curriculum shifts to more of an application approach. Students must demonstrate that they can apply the foundational skills acquired in elementary school to a more advanced curriculum. Essential questions are the basis of each unit of study which gives teachers and students an idea of the end result and expectations of each of these units. Among these skills are reading a wide range of texts closely and attentively, creating physical and digital texts, and building vocabulary skills.
Coffeyville schools’ math curriculum is based on national Common Core Standards that require students to construct viable arguments, recognize patterns, and use existing structures to solve math problems. The standards encourage students who master the skills to utilize them in class assignments and in relevant applications.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Coffeyville Educational News
- District Partnership Award - Coffeyville Unified School District recently presented Coffeyville Regional Medical Center with the districts’ Partnership Award. The award was given in recognition of the work the Coffeyville Regional Medical Center has done for the district.
- DECA Club News - Field Kindley Memorial High School’s DECA Club wants to help students better understand how to use their computers. DECA Club members learn how to design websites; create online content; and use technology for communication, research, and entertainment. They help other students learn these skills, too.
- Parent Survey - The Coffeyville Unified School District is getting bigger. Its early grades are growing each year, and it will need to maintain and develop new facilities that will house today’s early grades students when they get into the higher grades. That is why Coffeyville is asking parent to fill out a survey that deals with the district’s future. School leaders want to know what parents think they should do to make sure that Coffeyville is prepared for the future.
Coffeyville 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: Parent-Teacher Conferences
Few parents feel okay about missing their children’s Parent-Teacher Night meeting. However, many parents are okay with seeing their children’s teacher only on that night. Needless to say, this is a problem. Parents and teachers are partners in education. Both want the best for children. Both want to create ideal learning environments in which children can grow. In order for that to happen parents need to put more effort into working with teachers. They need to send the occasional email to see how their children’s day-to-day classroom lives are going. They need to show up at the school to talk to teachers. Parents need to remember that teacher’s cannot do everything on their own. Parental involvement in the classroom is highly beneficial to everyone involved; parents do not need to work with their own child, they can participate as a volunteer and work with other students in small groups or one-on-one. It is a type of civic participation that parents model to children while also supporting the teachers and school.