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Diamondhead, Mississippi Tutoring Programs
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Diamondhead District and Curriculum
Students from Diamondhead attend Hancock Schools. These schools have received high ratings by state and national committees and follow the Common Core State Standards to guide instruction and learning. There are also a wide range of electives and extracurriculars which students can use to connect their classroom learning to their personal interests.
We currently cover the following Diamondhead-area school district: Hancock County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Diamondhead District Curriculum
Reading is shown to be an important subject area from the time the children enter kindergarten. At that age, they participate in Interactive Reading to show how the writing skills progress. They also take part in Literacy Work Stations. This sets them up to begin Accelerated Reading and then books such as “The Westing Game,” “A Raisin in the Sun” and “Canterbury Tales” before they complete their education. This progression aims at creating an appreciation for literature in each graduate from the school.
The Science curriculum starts by showing young children the wonders of the world around them and how each of the items are filled with science. This subject is broken down so students can study the topic in-depth. They are encouraged to use FOSSweb and Study Island to re-enforce topics they learn in class. When they advance to high school they will learn about biology, anatomy, chemistry and more, allowing the graduates to see beyond the surface of the entire world.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Diamondhead Educational News
- JROTC - The Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps teaches students the importance of citizenship, leadership, service, responsibility and accomplishment. While a part of the Corps they will also build their self-esteem, self-discipline and learn how to work as a team. There are many rewards throughout the training which will help the student, the area they live and the nation.
- Hall of Fame - Students have an opportunity to become a member of the Hall of Fame. This is awarded to students who have achieved well academically, in leadership, show good character and citizenship, plus have served their community. These students will be recognized for their service and for representing their graduating class.
- Beta Club - Beta Clubs are organized to provide students who have high academic skills to share service opportunities to others while demonstrating leadership skills. The local club has recently won awards at the Mississippi Convention. The areas of the award were banner, scrapbook and t-shirt design as well as individual awards in several areas.
Diamondhead 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: How a Third Grade Student Thinks
When a child hits third grade, it may seem that they are given more work than they can possibly complete. However, as these children have matured their ability to process mentally has also matured. By this age most students have the ability to face an equation with multiplication and addition and solve it. They also have developed logic, even though they can still be quite imaginative. When faced with a mistake, these students are able to work backwards to find where they made the error. These children can also look at two different objects and tell which is longer, or heavier. All in all these children are now able to see the world from other’s eyes, they realize that not everybody sees the world the way they do.