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Davison Township District and Curriculum
The Davison Community Schools follow the standards laid out in the Michigan Department of Education curricular guidelines. The progression of learning in all academic subjects are detailed within the frameworks, and broken down according to the subject’s major topics. The goals within each subject become more challenging each year and require that students have a specific base of knowledge in order to be able to master the topic. Statewide assessments are aligned to the goals in each framework and classroom teachers are able to use periodic assessments to determine how well students are meeting the goals.
We currently cover the following Davison Township-area school district: Davison Community Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Davison Township District Curriculum
The study of biology is included in the science curriculum. Students at Davison Community Schools study life through this subject. In this area, the students become familiar with zoology, botany, taxonomy, genetics, ecosystems, human body systems and how organisms change over time. They learn about how different ecosystems are independent and interdependent and what this means to each over long periods of time. They also discover and study cells, classification and dissection.
The Language Arts curriculum at Davison Community Schools emphasizes research, writing, literary analysis and presentation skills. While the students master each of these they also become independent learners while improving personal accountability and personal work ethic. They learn how to write their opinions in a well-supported, cohesive manner. Each of the students that graduate from this school, whether they continue their education or they pursue their careers, will use each of these skills throughout their lives.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Davison Township Educational News
- Interact Club - Rotary Club International sponsors Interact, a service organization. Each group is self-governing and self-supporting. The members take part in at least 2 service project each year. These service project help to develop leadership and teamwork as they learn how to build connections with the community. Some of the projects involve an international touch.
- FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes aims at challenging athletes and coaches to accept and show their faith in athletic and community events. The members also work to help the community through service projects and they enjoy taking time to participate in fun activities throughout the year.
- FCCLA - Students that are enrolled in family and consumer science will be interested in what FCCLA has to offer them. Through this organization students will develop leadership skills and will learn to see how each member of a family fulfill many roles. While in this field they will also grow in character skills, creative and critical thinking and communication skills, practical and vocational knowledge. Current issues will also be discussed to help each member see how it affects them personally in the family, at work and in society.
Davison Township 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: Making College Affordable
The expense of college education can be daunting to many parents. There are ways, however, that schooling can become more affordable. Community colleges are one way. These are schools which have smaller campuses which help to lower their expenses. These schools include smaller classes for the student to attend and they can earn basic educational credits which are often transferable to four-year colleges. Another way to lessen the expenses is to help the child establish residency if the college they are interested in is out-of-state. Gap years are also popular ways to help students earn money before they begin their college education. Many who take a gap year are often more mature and prepared to shoulder the responsibility of a college education when the time comes. Parents can also talk to other parents or guidance counselors for further idea.