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Elk River, Minnesota Tutoring Programs
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Elk River District and Curriculum
The Elk River Area School District has a district-wide curriculum, which offers all students the same basic learning skills. Students will foster a strong understanding of math, reading, writing, and science through technology integration, online learning options and learning via Wikis. Through a variety of assessments, students will show a proficiency in literacy skills such as effective communication, engaging in independent reading, and expanded vocabulary.
We currently cover the following Elk River-area school district: Elk River Area School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Elk River District Curriculum
The district offers a plethora of areas for students to explore ranging from business and marketing to world languages and industrial technology. High-performing students demonstrating achievement in the areas of general intellectual, specific academic subjects, creativity, leadership and visual/performing arts are able to take part in the Gifted and Talented Department. Students are eligible to earn college credits by enrolling in Advance Placement classes as well.
Elk River Area School District also offers an English Language Learning Program, which supports the development of English language competence. Students K to 12th grade will receive support and specialized instruction to master academic fluency and literacy in the English language as well as academic contact areas, while improving communication about all school events between the district and families.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Elk River Educational News
- Health Services - Everything a parent needs to know about the health and welfare of their child. Know when you need to keep your children at home, the necessary immunizations, medical laws, food allergy guidelines at more.
- Kindergarten Enrollment - Know the state minimum age requirement for enrolling your child in kindergarten. Additionally, find out if your child is showing signs of kindergarten readiness via a checklist which includes Emotional and Social Skills, Cognitive Skills and Work Skills.
- Elk River Listens - Listen to Elk River meetings and learn more about areas that interest you such as economic development, planning, parks and recreations and more. Residents also have access to School Board meetings, and may listen in and learn about events and changes pertaining to your child’s education.
Elk River 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 Earn College Credit in High School
Students have a few ways of earning college credits, which can actually save time and money before starting their freshman year. When students opt for Advanced Placement courses, they can earn credits in a variety of classes such as English, history, psychology, science and math, and experience the workload expected at a college level. Students may also opt for College in the Schools, which offers juniors and seniors free college-level courses via partnerships with their high schools and local colleges and universities. Another avenue that earns college credits is the International Baccalaureate Programme, which is a two-year program in which students can select from six IB subject areas: the student’s primary language, a second language, mathematics, experimental sciences, the arts and humanities Finally, students may take college courses at a college which requires them to attend the same classes required from regular college students.