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Florence, Kentucky Tutoring Programs
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Florence District and Curriculum
Florence schools follow the curriculum established by The Kentucky Department of Education. Curriculum maps are used by teachers in the schools to show the plan for how to guide student learning in each subject and to look for intersections where subjects can meet so they may be successfully integrated into classroom projects.
We currently cover the following Florence-area school district: Boone County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Florence District Curriculum
In English, the students learn reading, writing, speaking and listening as well as how to use technology to better communicate. In Mathematics, Boone County schools also follow the Kentucky Department of Education curriculum. A program called PERKS is in effect and is a checklist for the mathematics practices that work the best. KCAS (Kentucky Core Academic Standards) details the content that students are to learn.
Smaller schools like the ones in Florence use technology more and more often to achieve goals in Language Arts. At Ockerman Middle School in Florence the curriculum is laid out with curriculum maps for English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Practical Living and Vocational Studies. Literacy, communication, problem-solving and scientific inquiry are developed at grade-appropriate levels and students continually build a knowledge base.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Florence Educational News
- National AP Honor Roll - The High Schools in Boone County, including Boone County High School in Florence were named to the National AP Honor Roll. AP is an Advanced Placement Program followed in many Kentucky Schools. Only nine districts achieved this honor in Kentucky.
- Student Council Activities - The Student Council at Boone County High School in Florence have been busy. They have held a Homecoming Tea, a Canned food drive and a benefit dinner. They are planning a Hawaiian Dance and many more events to follow
- Education Foundation - The Boone County Education Foundation supports initiatives by students in Florence with grants and scholarships. Businesses and community members help to make this a successful initiative.
- Move to Improve - At Ockerman Middle School a ‘Move to Improve’ group counts their steps, tries to run for an hour and generally meets to create more movement in its students.
Florence 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: Making the Most of High School
High school is a time to make lifelong friends, to develop skills in activities, to discover interests and, of course, to study and get into post-secondary institutes of learning. Get involved and sign up for lots of activities outside the school curriculum. If drama has always interested you, now is the time to try it out. If you are interested in sports, go ahead and try out for them. Everyone is like you, just do it. If you are nervous share your concerns with a teacher, counselor or your parents. Friends can help too. Just get out there and try lots of things. You will not be sorry. Study hard and make the most of your academics, but get involved with other things too.