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Emmett Charter Township District and Curriculum
Harper Creek Community Schools follows the comprehensive curriculum laid out by the Michigan Department of Education. The elementary curriculum focuses on literacy and numeracy and all schools are encouraged to meet the goal of having all students reading proficiently by third grade. The middle school curriculum begins focusing on more in-depth and analytic topics in each subject. In high school, students have a range of options including many that allow them to begin earning college credit, such as Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment programs, and others that help them to prepare for a career of their choice.
We currently cover the following Emmett Charter Township-area school district: Harper Creek Community Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Emmett Charter Township District Curriculum
Science is included in the curriculum at Harper Creek Community Schools. This includes the study of biology, ecology and environmental science, physics, chemistry and STEM fields. Students learn how science has surrounded them from the beginning of time and surrounds every second of every day. They discover the difference between qualitative and quantitative studies and how science can be included throughout the curriculum of the school. Science is taught using discussion, laboratory and field time.
The study of U.S. history is included in the social studies curriculum at Harper Creek Community Schools. Through this study, students learn about the major events and themes that have been involved in the development of this country and may conduct in-depth study in these topics. Included in this are the time periods from the early European colonization through the 21st century. They also find out about the importance of trade in founding the country and the cause and effects of war on the people and the land.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Emmett Charter Township Educational News
- Mu Alpha Theta - Mu Alpha Theta is a mathematics group that honors students who have the desire to further their math skills. Each member shares their love for this topic with others in the school and in the community. They also have opportunities to compete in contests such as Log 1 and mathematics Minutes Video Contests.
- Speech and Debate - Speech and Debate builds upon each student’s skills in public speaking to help build confidence. Student prepare to take part in competitions as a team or solo. Each event is centered around a theme or current event. Some of the areas of competition include Congressional Debate, Public Forum Debate and Duo Interpretation.
- National FFA Organization - At one time only farmers and ranchers could be seen in a group of FFA students. Today there are students interested in art, biology, marketing and more. Each student receives support in whichever career they choose for their own. Each one acquires leadership and team skills as they take the knowledge acquired and compete or judge events.
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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: Relaxation Ideas
When working on homework it is easy for children to become overwhelmed and stressed. When this occurs they should be encouraged to step away from their work for ten minutes and go for a walk. The fresh air will allow them to clear their thoughts and when they return they can face their work refreshed. Another idea is to breathe deeply for a few minutes. This also works in the classroom when a child becomes nervous before a test. Spending a few minutes petting or playing with a pet or reading a book are also ways to help the child to relax before they sit down to finish their work for the night. Finally, if the child has a hobby that they enjoy working on, allow them 10-15 minutes to work on this. The main idea is to take a break from what they are working on so they can come back to it afterwards with a new outlook.