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DeWitt Charter Township, Michigan Tutoring Programs
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DeWitt Charter Township District and Curriculum
DeWitt Public Schools follows the Michigan Merit Curriculum which was designed so that all students in the state would receive a comprehensive educational experience. The curriculum breaks each subject down into frameworks, and the frameworks detail the yearly expectations for the skills, knowledge, and concepts that students will learn in each subject. The subjects are further broken down according to strands, or topics, so that students are continually developing their skills in each topic, such as algebraic relations or geometry in math, as they progress from elementary through high school.
We currently cover the following DeWitt Charter Township-area school district: DeWitt Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the DeWitt Charter Township District Curriculum
DeWitt Public Schools include the subjects of biology and chemistry in the science curriculum. Both of these begin the student’s’ education by studying living systems and elements from ta general point of view to the most specific parts of each. Included in biology is the study of DNA, Darwin’s Theory, Evolution of populations and bacteria. Then chemistry includes studying counting calories, calculating energy and solubility. Each of these show students to look beyond the surface of things to find more things of interest underneath.
The math curriculum introduces students to increasingly complex problem-solving skills involving number systems, algebraic relations, geometry, and data analysis. By high school, the goal of the math curriculum is for students to be able to explain and apply mathematical concepts and perform mathematical procedures precisely. They also need to be able to understand what the best method of solving a problem is and be able to communicate and support their reasoning.
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Keeping Informed: Recent DeWitt Charter Township Educational News
- FCCLA Group - Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a Career and Technical Student Organization. It helps students to grow personally, in leadership skills and in preparation for a career. The students learn about multiple roles of family members, wage earners, and community leaders.
- DECA Club - DECA is organized to help students develop their knowledge in the areas of marketing, finance, hospitality and management. The have opportunities such as attending workshops and participating in competitions that help them hone their skills is these areas. They are also eligible to apply for scholarships from the organization.
- Student Council - The students who run for student council become a voice for the class they represent. Through the student council, these students work to build excitement about school activities. They also encourage the student body to come together to bring equality, fairness and respect throughout the school and beyond.
DeWitt Charter 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: College Applications
One of the decisions that many students will make when applying to college is which mode of application they will use. For some students and some colleges, applying in an Early Decision application is the right decision. Because of the due date, applicants compete against fewer other applicants, and receive a response usually before the end of the calendar year. Early Action applications have a higher acceptance rate than Regular decision, and students are free to refuse to attend if accepted. Restricted Early Action, on the other hand, doesn’t allow applicants to apply to other colleges until they’ve received a decision. Once they’ve received a decision, they’re free to attend whichever college they’d like. Rolling applications are an antidote for these things. They lack restrictions and obligations, and also tend to have a quick turnaround time.