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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Culpepper District Curriculum
The Math curriculum encourages their students to use the internet to help re-enforce all the topics that they learn in school, including Rainforest Math, Decimal Switch and Measuring Angles. These websites assist students from kindergarten through middle school as they face new and challenging subjects. In high school, students can take all the knowledge they have built and focus on classes in algebra, geometry, discrete math, calculus or statistics.
The school district also use the resources that they have to help children understand science. Teachers use computers, smart boards, lab equipment and the outdoors to help all the students understand the science that is all around them. These student may begin by studying the basics of weather, plants, or energy, however, when they enter high school they focus on one area, either for a semester or a year, in areas like Biology, Ecology, Chemistry and Physics.
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Culpepper District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Culpepper County Public Schools use all of their resources to make sure that students receive the best education to face the ever-changing world. The curriculum is standards-based which means that it states the learning objectives for each subject with the expectation that all students meet these standards proficiently.
We currently cover the following Culpepper-area school district: Culpepper County Public Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Culpepper Educational News
- Culpepper High School Choirs - The choir department encourages all students who enjoy vocal music to take part in one of their choices for singing. Students can choose from women’s or men’s a capella, madrigals, the musical, troubadours or the mixed choir. These groups perform both at the school and at various functions and competitions throughout the state.
- National Honor Society - The National Honor Society is an academic group that annually initiates students. The students that are chosen show excellent educational and leadership skills, as well as the characteristics of service and character. Once chosen, these students perform service projects throughout the school and the community.
- Virginia High School League Theatre - Culpepper County High Schools are a part of the Virginia High School League Theatre program. As a part of this group these performers, or behind the scene workers, perform at festivals and high school plays. They can also take part in competitions, both locally and statewide.
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SchoolTutoring has played an important role in improving our son’s confidence and attitude towards school. His grades have also improved steadily throughout the school year.
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Chalk Talk: How To Teach A Child About Time
For a child, learning that the day is broken into segments called hours, minutes or seconds can be confusion. To help make it a little clearer, there are ways to make it fun, while they are learning. One idea is to have a child list all of their favorite things to do. Take these ideas and group them together under different headings, for example snapping the fingers takes a second, going to a movie takes about two hours. This will help the child relate these unusual words with things they are familiar with. Another list that can be used to help children understand time is to create a schedule with the daily activities and the time that they occur. Beside each item place a picture of a clock. Instead of asking if it is time to do something; the child can see what the clock should look like and compare it with the picture. With a little thought, parents can help children understand a topic that will become of their life.