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Forest Park, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Forest Park District and Curriculum
Students in Forest Park attend school in one of two local districts. The Winton Woods City School District includes seven schools for over 4,500 children in kindergarten through the twelfth grade. Students living on the western side of the city attend the smaller Northwest Local School District, which includes one elementary, one middle, and one high school. Although both districts operate separately, they share a common mission to engage all learners in an education that is relevant to the demands of living in the modern world.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Forest Park District Curriculum
Students in Forest Park take part in an in-depth study of mathematical concepts. In both school districts, high school students have the chance to study statistics and probability. Learners work with categorical and quantitative data and develop an understanding of how to effectively interpret that data. Students evaluate processes involved in statistical experiments and make inferences from data as well.
The science curriculum in Forest Park begins with the acquisition of basic scientific skills in elementary school. Students learn about the importance of accurate observations in scientific study, and hone those skills by observing changes in the seasons or changes in daily weather. Students learn about the order and organization of structures, including on the cellular level. Learners examine cycles and patterns in our solar system, including the cycles of the moon and the movement of the earth around the sun.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Forest Park Educational News
- Parents Can View District Quality Profile - The Quality Profile for the Northwest Local School District has been released. The profile provides parents and community members information about the district’s efforts to offer the highest possible quality in education.
- Winton Student Joins Cincinnati Orchestra - A sophomore violist from Winton Woods High School will soon be playing with the Cincinnati Symphony Youth Concert Orchestra. The student also received a substantial scholarship to fund his future musical studies.
- New Administrators in Northwest Local Schools - Dr. Kristilynn Turney and Mr. Mike Holbrook have joined the Northwest Local Schools. Turney is the new principal at Colerain High School, and Holbrook is the new assistant director of curriculum and intervention services.
Forest Park 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: How to Choose a College Major
Deciding what to be when they grow up might not be a clear-cut process for your child. When it comes time for them to head to college, not having made a decision on an area of study can cause some concern for them and for you. But there are several ways your child can work to better inform him or herself about possible college majors. First, encourage your child to take a few college level courses while still in high school. Whether the courses are AP or IB, or online coursework through a local college or university, it could help them gain insight into the type of major they would be interested in. Second, have your child take an interest inventory. These are often available at the guidance department at their school, or if not, certainly at a local college. Lastly, it’s okay if they wait until they get to college to decide on a major. Spending the first semester or two taking various classes may help them zero in on a preferred major.