Eagle Point, Oregon Tutoring Programs
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Eagle Point District and Curriculum
The schools in Eagle Point adhere to a curriculum that is comprehensive and based on standards adopted across the state to ensure educational equity and a curriculum that looked toward the next generation for the students. In addition to the learning standards in each subject, students are expected to meet College and Career Readiness Standards that incorporate both critical thinking skills and essential practical abilities. Students are also required to participate in community service and develop areas of themselves through the projects and outreach they work on.
We currently cover the following Eagle Point-area school district: Jackson County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Eagle Point District Curriculum
The schools require that students meet the core academic standards laid out in the curriculum and assessed through statewide tests. The academic standards consist of the skills and knowledge that students need to attain in each course from reading comprehension to the ability to work with algebraic equations. Beyond the core academics, there is also an extensive character education initiative with topics ranging from expressing feelings in a respectful and effective way to keeping oneself and others safe in dangerous situations.
Students are assisted in achieving the learning goals through a range of support services. Interventions include Read 180 (for struggling older readers; individualized software is used, and instruction is adjusted based on student data and progress) and English Language Learners receive small class sizes and reading and writing workshops designed for English Language Learners at the appropriate grade level.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Eagle Point Educational News
- Design Grant Team - The Design Grant Team is a group of educators and Board members who are working on implementing a system for educator improvement that can serve all the teachers in the district. The district received a $30,000 grant with which they are studying ways to improve professional development, performance evaluation and ways to create new career pathways within the district offerings.
- D9 Online School - The D9 Online School is a new initiative the district is rolling out and offers students the chance to take literally hundreds of courses they otherwise would not have access to in their brick and mortar school. The courses can be accessed from the school library, or any location, so that students can maximize their school day and the credits they are earning toward graduation.
- School & Community Resources for Parents - Recognizing how busy parents are, the district has accumulated a number of school and community related links to help students maximize their years in school. Everything from in-school support services to enrichment programs outside of the district can be found using the resources provided.
Eagle Point 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: Parental Involvement
Parental involvement in a child's education is always one of the factors attributed to a child's academic success, but the involvement beyond talking about school, helping with homework, and attending events is an area that a parent needs to show real commitment to in order for it to be effective. Parents can volunteer in classrooms, participate in education foundation events, fundraising, or policy-making areas of the school, but the activities chosen must fit into the parents schedule and be enjoyable. Community service should be an extension of natural talents so whatever areas that you choose to become involved in should fit your interests, which ultimately will benefit the organization and its goals. Also, modeling involvement to a child can help them learn valuable lessons about civic engagement and how to participate in community efforts.