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Escanaba District and Curriculum
The Michigan Department of Education has established standards for all students to meet, and the Escanaba Area Public Schools follows the guidelines in the Michigan Merit Curriculum. The curriculum is rigorous and aligned to the statewide assessments in core subjects. The curriculum calls on all students to be career and college-ready and recognize that many students will be ready to begin the transition to college level work during high school. To that end, students can enroll in Advanced Placement courses or Dual/Concurrent Enrollment programs with local colleges in which they can begin earning college credits.
We currently cover the following Escanaba-area school district: Escanaba Area Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Escanaba District Curriculum
Escanaba Area Public Schools include World History in their Social Studies curriculum. Through this class, students are shown how to take their place in a society that is becoming more global. They look at the migration of peoples, inventions and ideas, world religions and the impact of these cultures and people. They also have the opportunity to conduct independent research on topics of interest. They also learn about the cause and effect of the rise and fall of civilizations and man on the environment.
The English curriculum at Escanaba Area Public Schools include reading of a wide variety of literary genre, both fiction and informational texts. Each work is studied thematically and students learn how to construct meaning from the text. The students are assisted in recognizing and using literary terms as they discuss a writing. They also use the correct terms when analyzing, writing or speaking about any of the works. Some of the works they study in this class include To Kill A Mockingbird, and Romeo and Juliet.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Escanaba Educational News
- Beta Club - Beta Club is an honor and service organization which stresses character, service, and leadership. The students grow as they are given opportunities to extend each of these traits globally. To become members students must have and maintain a 90% overall GPA, show leadership characteristics and be involved in club or community activities.
- Robotics Club - Robotics helps to provide a positive experience for each student as they grow in skills and knowledge. Students that take part become the problem solvers needed in the future, as they weave science, technology, engineering and mathematics together to find solutions.
- National Honor Society - National Honor Society, or NHS, is designed to honor students that demonstrate character, leadership and academics in their everyday lives. It also aims to build enthusiasm for each of these traits. Students that are chosen by their peers or faculty, are expected to continue showing these traits in the school and community as the take part in service projects.
Escanaba 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: Social and Emotional Problems Development
Some children, almost instinctively, know how to greet others or how to have empathy, but there are some children with social or emotional problems do not understand these characteristics. These children usually do not have the ability to read social skills or they may misinterpret the feeling of others. At times, these children are not aware that they are bothering others. One way to help children in this area is to model the desired behavior while verbally giving an accounting of the actions. If there is concern that a child may have difficulties in these areas parents may want to contact teachers to see if there are insights of other ways to help the child.