Finneytown, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Finneytown District and Curriculum
Children in preschool through the twelfth grade in Finneytown attend the Finneytown Local School District. Students in the district take part in a comprehensive educational experience that pairs rigorous classroom learning with exciting out-of-class academic and extracurricular activities. District faculty and staff members maintain high expectations for all students, and offer their assistance in helping children develop the social, emotional, and intellectual skills they need to achieve their highest potential. The district’s mission is to take an innovative approach to teaching and learning. As a result, creative lesson plans keep students interested in learning and promote a lifelong love of education.
We currently cover the following Finneytown-area school district: Finneytown Local School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Finneytown District Curriculum
As part of the Finneytown English language arts standards, children in kindergarten through the fifth grade acquire the skills they need to effectively read literature. Children learn how to critically read texts and gain the ability to pick out important information and details from their readings. Students acquire the skills needed to identify the theme, plot, and setting of a story as well. Students also learn how to use context to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words and phrases. The difference between first and third person narratives is explored, as is the relationship between illustrations and the text in which they appear.
Finneytown’s math students have the opportunity to study geometry when they are in high school. Geometry students learn about circles, including developing an understanding of circular theorems and their application. Learners acquire the ability to express geometric properties with equations as well. Geometric measurement and dimension are also explored. Students learn how to explain volume formulas and use them to solve problems. Students work with right triangles, and use trigonometric ratios to solve problems that include right triangles.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Finneytown Educational News
- Finneytown Schools Featured on Local News - The efforts of Finneytown Local Schools to cut air pollution have been featured on the Local 12 news. The district is encouraging parents to turn their engines off when waiting for their children to reduce the amount of pollution released into the atmosphere.
- Head Start Program Offered - Families in Finneytown can now take part in an early learning program offered by the Hamilton County Educational Service Center. The program is open for children 3-4 years of age and offers a school-ready curriculum.
- Fill The Bus Toy Drive - Students in Finneytown have begun preparations for their annual fill the bus toy drive. The toys collected during the event will be distributed to children at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Throughout the year, students participate in many charitable events, check the district website for details.
Finneytown 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: Writing an Effective College Essay
Each year, thousands of high school students write their college admissions essay. Yet many students don’t seize the opportunity and end up writing an essay that gets lost in the pile. To help your child write an impactful essay that will impress admissions officers, follow these steps. First encourage your child to be concise. With so many essays to read, admissions officers will not want to read a long-winded essay. Sticking to the point and demonstrating the ability to be concise will be much appreciated. Second, remind your child that the essay needs to be well written. This goes beyond using spell check. Students need to ensure they have used proper grammar, sentence structure, and attended to other aspects of mechanics as well. Lastly, your child’s essay needs to be vivid, exciting, or use humor. Many students fall into the trap of writing an essay that is completely serious. While that’s okay, a light-hearted or funny essay will stand out from the crowd.