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Dublin, Georgia Tutoring Programs
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Dublin District and Curriculum
Students of Dublin attend Laurens County School System. Teaching and learning follow a set of student performance standards, Common Core Georgia Performance Standards, at every grade level that prepare students for what they need to know and be prepared for in the future. Problem solving and reasoning skills are emphasized as students make connections between concepts and real-world application. Students are further encouraged to participate in electives and extracurriculars of interest.
We currently cover the following Dublin-area school district: Laurens County School System.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dublin District Curriculum
The Common Core Standards were implement to ensure that all students receive a standards-based education that prepares them for college and career. The goals of the Language Arts program is to make sure students have strong critical reading comprehension skills in fiction and non-fiction, the ability to write for multiple purposes and different audiences, the development of language and vocabulary skills, and the ability to conduct research, evaluate and synthesize ideas into students own work.
The Mathematics curriculum builds student knowledge in the areas of number sense, computation, measurement and spatial recognition. These skills are introduced during elementary school and during the later years students develop a broad range of problem-solving skills in algebra, geometry and data analysis. They are expected to understand how to use different computational tools and how to communicate their work process.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Dublin Educational News
- Annual Events - The Dublin-Laurens County annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival celebrates the tradition of the city and of course, the Irish! For over 30 years, the entire month of March gives the community and visitors a reason to be a little Irish. There is at least one event held every weekend, such as the Little Leprechaun Contest, band festivals, pageants, parades, Irish breakfasts, and carnivals. Adults can join in for card and domino games while kids can play or watch different sporting events.
- Dublin-Laurens County Museum - Wander into the Dublin-Laurens County Museum and your family will see the true history of the area. Housed in an old library, visitors will see a number of exhibits on Native Americans, early settlers, Civil War artifacts and learn of area Confederate soldiers involved in the war. There is even information on the history of the library itself. Make it a point to bring your family to learn of how the city of Dublin came to be. Everyone will appreciate the experience.
- Hugh Gillis Fishing Area - Head to Hugh Gillis Fishing Area for fishing, boating, a picnic and more. Over 100 acres of lake hold numerous types of fish swim, including largemouth bass, bluegill and channel catfish. A boat ramp, pavilion and fishing pier are available, making it easy for visitors to spend the day on the lake. Families can also wander around the area to enjoy the nature and wildlife surrounding the water. Children will be so excited when they catch their first fish at Hugh Gillis Fishing Area.
Dublin 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: Study Buddies
During the early grades, students are partnered during class time to read, work on assignments and “study” for a test or upcoming activity. Students can rely on this practice outside of the classroom as they get older. Your child can meet with a classmate or someone in the same grade to study for an upcoming test or read through an assignment. Having a “study buddy” not only helps your child in their learning but also gives them another opportunity to develop social skills in a non-recreational activity. Students work together to study together. They develop teamwork skills while learning what they need to know. They talk through a problem or situation that will be on a test. Your child’s study buddy has had the same instruction, similar notes and material as your child so they can compare notes and learn from each other in a non-competitive situation.