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Dunedin, Florida Tutoring Programs

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Dunedin District and Curriculum

The Pinellas County Schools provide a rigorous curriculum for their students that follow a series of standards which detail what students need to learn and be able to do in their coursework. These objectives are tied to the benchmarks which are assessed on statewide tests in core subjects. Beyond the classroom, the district seeks to provide the types of programs that interest students and connect them with their goals.

We currently cover the following Dunedin-area school district: Pinellas County Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dunedin District Curriculum

The Language Arts curriculum for Pinellas County Schools teaches students the basics of reading and writing through phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. Middle school students learn reading, listening, capitalization, study skills, speaking, spelling, punctuation, and thinking skills. In high school, students explore literary analysis, persuasive essays, research papers, speaking, listening, study skills, vocabulary development, and reference skills.

Science class teaches students how to explore the physical world through observation, questioning, experimentation, data collection, predictions, explanations, and communication. In middle school, students learn about scientific inquiry, measurement, laboratory technology, safety procedures, research, problem solving, and experimental procedures. High school students are offered classes in earth/space science, biology, anatomy/physiology, ecology, marine science, physical science, environmental science, astronomy, physics, chemistry, and zoology.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Dunedin Educational News

  • Partnerships for Youth - Pinellas County School Board, Pinellas County Commissioners, and the Juvenile Welfare Board will begin working together to bring a brighter future to students. These organizations currently work together to provide health clinics and extra learning opportunities. Future efforts could be focused on homeless children and early learning. Working together will bring about a stellar community.
  • Learning Resources - Pinellas County Schools offers links to help students with at-home learning. Here students will find a phone number to call for homework help. Other links include Insync Education and Khan Academy. Furthermore, this site also offers tips for time management and other study skills. Students who know where to get assistance have better success.
  • Family Engagement Site - Visit the Family Engagement site to develop strong ties with your students and help them achieve academic success. This site offers parenting tips, FCAT information, and ways to stay involved in your student’s education. Become informed and better equipped to help your student through school.

Dunedin 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: The Importance of Early Childhood Education

Early childhood education is extremely important because it sets the patterns for further education. In fact, early childhood education actually influences the physical structure and workings of the brain. Therefore, it is imperative that parents begin to educate their children in early childhood. First, interact with your child by singing, playing, and reading. Check the local library for learning opportunities and resources. If you choose to place your child in preschool, find the best ones available. If there are financial barriers, ask about scholarships or financial aid. It is never too early to become involved in your child’s education.