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Daytona Beach District and Curriculum

The schools in Daytona Beach follow the Next Generation Sunshine State and Common Core Standards. Both curricula provide a clear outline for learning in core subjects and detailed grade-level expectations for what student should learn. This model of curriculum relies on focusing in upon specific, major areas of learning such as reading and writing in English, and follows the strands through the elementary to high school grade span.

We currently cover the following Daytona Beach-area school district: Volusia County Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Daytona Beach District Curriculum

In Language Arts, students learn how to read complex text, write to text, use phonics, read out loud, and recognize words. Middle school students learn to read literary and informational text, write, research information, apply grammar, study vocabulary, discuss, and present knowledge. By the time students graduate, they should have a wider vocabulary, use information from print and electronic media, respond to different types of text, and produce well-written pieces for different audiences and purposes.

The Math curriculum helps students to solve problems, reason, think critically, use mathematical tools, be precise, and be structured. Middle school students acquire knowledge of operations with integers, rational numbers and equations, proportionality, percents, surface area, volumes of solids, data analysis and samples, and algebra. In high school, students are offered the following math classes: algebra, geometry, liberal arts math, pre-calculus, and statistics.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Daytona Beach Educational News

  • Visual Art Demonstration School Award - The Department of Education has recognized Seabreeze High School with the 2011-2014 Visual Art Demonstration School Award. This distinguished award is determined by the art instruction, exhibition opportunities and examples of student work.
  • Principal of the Year - Mainland High School’s Principal has been named one of the Principal’s of the Year in Florida. Dr. Cheryl Salerno was recognized for her devotion to and leadership of the school.
  • Regional Science and Engineering Fair - Students from Volusia County Schools recently participated in the Regional Science and Engineering Fair, showcasing their scientific and technical abilities. Students competed in three categories; Medical Science, Aeronautic Science, and Engineering.

Daytona Beach 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: Teaching Your Child to Resolve Conflicts

Resolving conflicts is a skill that everyone needs, and your student can begin practicing this while still in school. When your child has a conflict with someone else at school, encourage him or her to talk about it. Validate the emotions that are expressed. Help him or her to see things from the other person’s perspective. If your child needs to improve in a certain area, guide him or her in finding ways to make positive changes. Role-play what he or she should say to the other person. Let the child know that a teacher should be notified immediately if the other person becomes verbally abusive or combative. Lastly, be sure to follow up with the conflict to be sure that it was resolved.