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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Franklin Park District Curriculum
Besides these core requirements in Math, reading, writing, and science, students are taught many other classes. They are exposed to the arts including dance, theater, music, and visual arts. They are also required to take Technology Education classes to bring them up to speed on the technology they may need for years to come. Students are given classes on how to use the library resources and how to use electronic databases to find scholarly information.
Besides the above mentioned courses, students take many others such as health, social studies, and physical education classes. Students are also provided with helps and supports as necessary for them to learn in their most effective way. Not only is tactile learning utilized in many classrooms, but there are programs for students who need an extra challenge as well as those for students who have special needs. Career and technial learning is also emphasized at the high school level and students have a number of high tech courses from which to choose.
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Franklin Park students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
Franklin Park District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
It is important to the North Allegheny School District that its students receive an education that will adequately prepare them for the world beyond twelfth grade. With this in mind, students from Kindergarten all the way through twelfth grade are taught core academic subjects according to the rigorous state standards. Students are tested on these core subjects at appropriate grade levels to determine if they are proficient.
We currently cover the following Franklin Park-area school district: North Allegheny School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Franklin Park Educational News
- Middle School Pianists Selected as Finalists for Classical WQED 89.3 Music Kids - A total of six North Allegheny Middle School students were selected among twelve total to be video recorded and then voted upon for the best finalist. Winners were announced in early May and recognized at their schools.
- Raising Funds for North Allegheny School District Through Amazon.com - People can support North Allegheny School District by shopping on Amazon.com through the link provided on the district website. By doing so, funds will be directed toward the school so that they may increase their material resources for the students.
- North Allegheny School District Wins Safe Schools Initiative Targeted Grant - Congratulations to North Allegheny School District. To help with their $368,845 project to improve security in their schools, they have received this Safe Schools Initiative Targeted Grant of $25,000.
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Chalk Talk: How to Help Your Child Learn to Read
When your child is just learning to read, you can have a huge impact on how well and how fast they learn this skill. Here are a few tips that may help you in this task. Read with your child often. Ask them to identify letters and words depending on how much they know so far. Make learning a game. Have your child identify familiar words while you’re running errands. They might say, “Mom, this says ketchup,” to which you can praise them and then ask more questions. “Yes! And what is the first letter called in ‘ketchup?’” and so on. Help your child connect letters to sounds so that they can practice sounding out words with you. Soon they will be able to recognize them on sight. Practice the alphabet with your child as well so that they become very familiar with it. Talk to your child’s teacher so that you can stay current on what they are learning. Your child’s teacher should have ideas on how to help your children in the home as well. These will all assist in helping your child become proficient in reading.