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Eagan District and Curriculum
Do you think your child might benefit from extra help at school and with his or her studies, but you are not sure where to turn? Does your child attend school in the Rosemount, Apple Valley or Eagan School Districts? We can help! We are familiar with these schools, their focuses and curriculum. We can offer experienced professionals with extensive knowledge of your child’s specific school and the standards of the State of Minnesota in general. We offer tutoring in the curricula of Rosemount, Apple Valley and Eagan, as well as big-picture tutoring and helping students to succeed beyond K-12.
Independent School District #196 (Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan) focuses on learning checkpoints to help your child to succeed. These checkpoints keep students motivated and help educators to hold themselves accountable in helping students to be college and career ready upon graduation. We know these checkpoints and understand what is expected of your child so that we can help him or her efficiently and effectively.
We currently cover the following Eagan-area school district: Independent School District #196.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Eagan District Curriculum
This district also focuses on a well-rounded education, citing academics, the arts and athletics as equally important for any student.
We back up this notion of the well-rounded education as well as the idea that all students should be prepared for college and
career after graduation.
In addition to the traditional areas focused on by most public schools, District #196 also has curriculum that focuses on American
Indian Education, English Language Learners, Gifted and Talented Learners and even Math and Reading Recovery. It is clear that this
district goes above and beyond to help its students succeed and we can be the perfect supplement to that learning.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Eagan Educational News
- District #196 Celebrates 20 Years of Reading Initiative - In November, District #196 celebrated 20 years since Julie Olson brought Reading Recovery services to first grade students who were not reaching their age benchmarks for reading. Since its inception, more than 75% of students have improved their reading to reach their own grade levels and the majority of those students maintain this success over the course of their academic careers. This is an accelerated program that students are not meant to stay in forever but one that is best utilized in early years of learning.
- Band Selected for Rose Parade - The Rosemount High School Marching Band has been chosen to march and perform in the 2014 Rose Parade in California. They were selected based on their own submitted video application. They were one of possibly only 25 bands to be selected from throughout the country, a very high honor. The district is proud of this accomplishment!
- Runners Qualify for State Race - Members of both the Eagan girls' cross country team and the Rosemount boys' cross country team qualified to race in the state meet. They represent the very best long distance runners in the district when they travel to compete against others at the state level.
Eagan 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 to Communicate Effectively Via Email
In this world of rapidly changing technology, communicating through email has become commonplace. The problem is, communication through the written word can often be misconstrued. So, in this world of fast-paced written communication, how can we best educate our children about ways they can communicate effectively?
First, ask them to read their work out loud. This will often show them if a tone is conveyed that they did not mean. Second, ask children to use the spell checker and grammar checker on their email communications, to increase credibility. Finally, teach children to speak in a respectful manner and to use that same manner in email communications to avoid conflict.