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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cutlerville District Curriculum
The English curriculum at Kentwood Public Schools helps students learn read and write critically and how to make proper oral and written presentations. Students start off by discovering how to find topics that are of interest to them. They are encouraged to read independently and use the books they have chosen as the basis for written analysis. Students are instructed in both literary and informational texts so that they are able to deconstruct meaning in both forms and are able to recognize an author's purpose for writing a text.
In Science, students are introduced to the topics of earth and life science, chemistry, physics, environmental science, and engineering. They are also introduced to the process of scientific inquiry and develop their scientific literacy. They begin by looking at things from a general point-of-view then each year their view becomes more specific. Some of the things they look at include the cycle of life, water and rocks. Included in their studies are dissection, and the use of microscopes and other times this includes lab or field work.
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Cutlerville District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Kentwood Public Schools follows the educational standards set by the Michigan Department of Education for its elementary and secondary curriculum. The Michigan Merit Curriculum consists of subject-area frameworks that detail the expectations for the skills, knowledge, and critical thinking abilities that students should develop each year. Each framework also infuses college and career-ready standards within instruction so that students are well-prepared for their future. The college and career-ready standards include being able to communicate effectively, collaborate with others, using tools and technology strategically, and using reasoning in problem-solving.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Cutlerville Educational News
- DECA Club - DECA is open to all students that are interested in futures in the entrepreneurial, marketing or management fields. Students learn from others and hone up on skills needed. They also participate in conferences where they can meet with other students with similar goals.
- National Honor Society - The National Honor Society, NHS, encourages students to demonstrate exemplary traits to others in the school and in the community. These traits are character, service, leadership and academics. They are nominated for membership by other in the school. Once they are inducted into the society they may participate in service projects either by themselves or with others in the society.
- FFA Organization - FFA helps students that are seeking lives centered around agriculture. Through participation in meetings and competitions students develop skills in leadership, personal growth and in their career choices. Competitions allow students to demonstrate their skills and gives them the opportunity to earn rewards. Some of the competitions include leadership contests, calf scramble, and livestock shows, as well as many others.
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Chalk Talk: Family-Paired Reading
One way that a parent can help a child to increase their fluency in reading is to take part in family-paired reading. This method calls for the child to choose a book that they are comfortable reading. They then sit down with the parent and begin reading until they make a mistake. At this point the parent joins in reading until the child signals that they are ready to take over again. This continues for about 15 minutes. After they finish reading, the parent and the child talk about what they read, then the parent needs to praise the child for any improvements that have been made or for letting the parent know when they wanted to take over again. By doing this nightly, the child will improve in fluency and comprehension skills.