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Fenton Charter Township District and Curriculum
The Fenton Area Public Schools follows the educational standards set by the Michigan Department of Education. The learning objectives contained in the curriculum incorporate Common Core Standards for Math and Language Arts, and Next Generation Science Standards for the sciences. Both of these provide broad objectives that include the skills, concepts, and knowledge that students need to develop, but allows teacher to determine the best way to instruct their students in each objective. The Michigan assessments in Math and Language Arts are aligned to the goals set out in the curriculum.
We currently cover the following Fenton Charter Township-area school district: Fenton Area Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fenton Charter Township District Curriculum
Mathematics, at Fenton Area Public Schools, includes the discovery of formulas and when and how to use them. Formulas are discovered whether the students are learning basic addition and subtraction or if they are taking advanced mathematics, such as calculus and trigonometry. Included are the study of graphs, angles and measurements. Each of these can find use throughout the student’s life. They also help students understand logical reasoning and order of operations in solving problems.
Fenton Area Public Schools include American and World History in their Social Studies curriculum. Through the study of each of these subjects the students become aware of the people, events and actions which made the world today and how past events effect the world today. They also learn about various movements like the Civil Rights movement. The students learn about the leaders, The Renaissance, the Cold War and more. Included are many hands-on learning opportunities, project-based inquiry, and field trips.
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- Key Club - Key Club is a student-led organization with international ties. This organization is sponsored by Kiwanis International. The members participate in service projects which build character and leadership skills. Through these projects the students are able to create connections with those in their schools and communities. In the past Key Club has served through Holiday Grams, Penny Wars and more.
- FFA Organization - FFA offers students the opportunity to build skills to help them succeed in their future careers in agriculture. These careers can include horticulture, veterinary medicine, biology, chemistry and more. Students are also offered the chance to demonstrate these skills in competition throughout the state and learn from mentors in the area they are interested in
- Speech and Debate - Speech and Debate is a competitive group of students which builds confidence in their ability with public speaking. Speech can involve 1, 2, or a small group who compete against another. The events they can choose can either require a small amount of preparation to those that allow them to draw on their knowledge of current events to those in humorous interpretation.
Fenton Charter Township 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: The Role of the Substitute Teacher
It's important for students to help their substitute teachers accomplish the goal of learning on days they are needed. Perhaps the greatest issue for substitute teachers is the classroom management aspect. Subs do not know the personalities of the students ahead of time (unless they have subbed for the class often) and may not know the best way to keep them on task. Plus, students are notorious for acting up around substitute teachers. Lastly, subs may not be as familiar with classroom routines and the disciplinary methods that are typically used in the classroom. Substitute teachers face extreme uncertainty in all respects each day on the job, so they should be heralded for keeping classes at bay when the teachers are absent.