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DeLand District and Curriculum
Volusia County Schools provide an education that produces knowledgeable and capable individuals. Students are required to take core courses in several areas that include social studies, language arts, and the sciences. Each course builds upon previously learned knowledge as students advance in grade level. While the district receives many honors for its academic work, students also enjoy a wide array of co-curricular activities that allow them to develop skills in the areas of communication, leadership, teamwork, time management, and goal setting.
We currently cover the following DeLand-area school district: Volusia County Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the DeLand District Curriculum
Students can take courses in anatomy, astrology, physics, and a wide variety of scientific areas. Many courses have a laboratory component that give students hands-on experiences with the opportunity to apply classroom knowledge in the field. Coursework focuses on identifying problems, investigating, and analyzing data. For instance, children learn how the traits of animals allow them to live in highly disparate environments. Mathematics, engineering, and computer technology are included components of science courses.
Electives give students the opportunity to develop their own interests, with some courses including internships in specific fields. Health science, human services, and hospitality and tourism courses are among the electives provided to students that can help them to further their potential careers. Electives in art, creative writing and journalism, computer technology, culinary arts, and foreign languages can be taken for college credit as well.
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Keeping Informed: Recent DeLand Educational News
- DeLand High School's Band Has Many Accomplishments - DeLand High School recently performed alongside 18 high school bands at the Florida Bandmasters Association’s Marching Band Festival. DeLand was rated as a superior performing ensemble and was also recognized as a school with exemplary musical performance and artistry. The school was named a semifinalist for the Grammy Signature School award for the latter accomplishment.
- Students Show Their Gratitude For Veterans - Students at Southwestern Middle School celebrated Veterans Day with veterans from the community. During the celebration, a “Meet and Greet” occurred and students shared their thoughts by reading aloud essays about the meaning of patriotism. Sounds like fun!
- There Are Plenty of Opportunities at DeLand - Volusia County students will now have the opportunity to get a head start on entering the workforce. DeLand High School will be among the schools that offer opportunities to participate in paid internships in the construction industry. The program will start at DHS before expanding to other schools.
DeLand 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: Learning Styles
The three main types of learning styles were discussed previously. Auditory, visual, and tactile learners all have different methods of absorbing information and some people can be more than one type of learner. These categories can be divided into smaller methods as well. For example, verbal learners are a combination of all three styles of learning. They may find it easier to memorize information if they can talk themselves through a process or write scripts that they can then act out. Logical learners need to understand the reasons behind the content they absorb. Creating lists with key points that help them understand how systems and topics are linked can be very helpful for them. Two other styles are social and solitary. These styles are already defined by their names; social learners prefer to work in groups and may enjoy role-playing and sharing what they’ve learned. On the other hand, solitary learners prefer to study alone and may need to have a personal interest in the topic.