Conyers, Georgia Tutoring Programs
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Conyers District and Curriculum
The Conyers city students attend Rockdale County Public Schools. Students follow the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards. The standards are set of expectations within core subjects at each grade level of what students should be learning and need to know for college and career. There are also College and Career Readiness Standards as well as expectations that students participate in community service, character education, and other school events.
We currently cover the following Conyers-area school district: Rockdale County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Conyers District Curriculum
The Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) are used in K-12 language arts, with literacy standards integrated into science, social studies and technical education in the middle and high school grades, and in K-10 mathematics. For instance, by eighth grade, students apply their understanding of linear equations to analyze and solve more complex linear equations and systems of linear equations. They solve problems involving line configurations and similar triangles.
The standards, implemented in many school districts across the nation, have been developed by education experts, teachers and parents. The intention of the CCGPS is to make learning rigorous and relevant, applicable through problem-based teaching. Students are provided with the skills, content and knowledge to be college and career ready, using informational technical texts and increasing text complexity in core subjects to do so. Parent resources are available at the district site with links to help in further understanding what your child is learning at every grade level.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Conyers Educational News
- Georgia International Horse Park - Georgia International Horse Park is a venue for numerous festivals, events, tours and equestrian competitions that take place year round. Over 1,000 acres of land give visitors the opportunity to be a part of the activity but also choose their own to do as well. There are mountain bike and nature trails, a golf course and nature center and of course trails for horseback riding. Home of the 1996 Olympic equestrian competition, you and your family will enjoy taking in all that the Georgia International Horse Park.
- North Georgia Live Steamers - Hop on mini railroad cars as the North Georgia Live Steamers share their passion, mission and steamers with you and your family on your way to your destination. In preserving the idea of scale railroads, the non-profit organization provides the community with a way to continue the building, maintenance and operation of scale construction, such as bridges, buildings and tracks needed to run a railroad. If you or your child is fascinated at the “how” of what makes something work, this is place you need to visit.
- Big Haynes Creek Nature Center - Big Haynes Creek Nature Center gives families many options to appreciate the outdoors. Across from the Georgia International Horse Park, you will find a sanctuary where you can canoe, picnic, view and observe wildlife and wander around the wetlands on true boardwalk. Different interactive stations within the Nature Center and along the nature walk give visitors the chance to look, listen and feel for the wildlife and plant life in the area. Check out the nature of Conyers – you’ll be fascinated at what you’ll find.
Conyers 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: Summer Camp
The summer is a great time to have your child or teen be just that. It’s a time to take a break from the days of school work and daily expectations of knowing what they need to know for a test, quiz or project. The options to maintain that “break” from school for your child are endless – play dates, short or long trips and a number of camps offered by schools, the YMCA and other local organizations. Your child can go to camps specific to their hobbies – art, music, legos, photography; favorite sports – tennis, baseball, swimming, football, dance; adventure-related – rock-climbing, kayaking, hiking; as well as academic enrichment camps that maintain, improve or even challenge your child’s academic ability if needed or of interest. You can find a camp for a week long, session of certain weeks or even day camps. If new to the camp experience or trying a new camp, your child may be hesitant or shy at first. Give your child time to adjust once he or she becomes familiar with other campers and the routine, summer camp will be something they’ll look forward to every year.