Fort Royal, Virginia Tutoring Programs
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Fort Royal District and Curriculum
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Fort Royal students start with a ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Call us now for a personalized quote! Our services include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-weekly progress reports, learning profiles and parental conference calls.
Fort Royal District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Warren County Public Schools prepare students for the future through skilled educators and a curriculum that is based on the State of Virginia’s Standards of Education. The Standards were created to provide rigorous objectives for learning that teachers can plan their classroom instruction upon.
We currently cover the following Fort Royal-area school district: Warren County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fort Royal District Curriculum
The History section of the curriculum of Warren County Public Schools begins with the children learning about their surroundings through the use of cross-curriculum study. They use themes, such as famous scientists, to not only learn about each theme but also to see how social studies can be found and applied to other subject areas. As they mature students begin to learn about how citizens can play a role in political, governmental and economic systems.
Themes are used in early education in Science for students in Warren County Public Schools. They learn about amazing animals, rocks and soil, and the environment while making connections between science, reading and mathematics. This allows the transition to individual studies of topics to become more natural, as they have formed a foundation that they are able to build on throughout the rest of their schooling. In high school, they can focus on topic areas that have excited them in the early years and learn about ways to continue their science education.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Fort Royal Educational News
- Academic Quiz Bowl - Academic Quiz Bowl offers ways for students to increase their knowledge in the areas of science, mathematics, history, and other areas, while also allowing an outlet for the competitive side of the students. These students review and learn material, and then they compete against other schools. These competitions also allow an opportunity to meet other students which share a common interest.
- National Honor Society - The National Honor Society honors students who show skills in leadership, academics, character, and service. After being inducted into this society, students are able to participate in service projects in their schools and around their community.
- FCCLA - The Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is designed for students that involved in Family and Consumer Sciences. Through this group, these students learn about the many roles of family members, wage earners and leaders. They also learn how to grow in the areas of character development, creative and critical thinking, communication, practical knowledge and preparation in their careers.
Fort Royal 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: Summer Internships
With the focus on college application being a large part of each student’s life, the summer time also becomes a time to look to the future. This can be accomplished through summer internships. To help students find a good fit, parents should try to talk about all the job opportunities they had, even babysitting or paper routes. This helps open a broad pathway of opportunities that the student didn’t think of before. For example, if the parent babysat, the student may want to look into helping out at a daycare or preschool. After this wide path has been laid, discuss what type of job the student is looking for. Do they want a part-time or full-time position, volunteer or paid, the length of time, etc. This helps the student to narrow their options and can aim them toward the people they need to talk with to find the position.