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Fraser, Michigan Tutoring Programs
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Fraser District and Curriculum
Fraser Public Schools (FPS) serves students from preschool to grade twelve. FPS offers developmentally appropriate education to all learners, preparing students to excel in subsequent grade levels and post-secondary settings. In accordance with the Michigan Department of Education’s (MDE) benchmarks, as well as the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), FPS offers its students foundational, rigorous, and exploratory opportunities. Beginning with kindergarten, students at the primary schools receive general core instruction in English language arts, science, social studies, mathematics, physical education, art, and music (vocal and instrumental).
We currently cover the following Fraser-area school district: Fraser Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fraser District Curriculum
When students enter the middle and high schools, they will have more opportunities to learn specialized curricula. The middle school curriculum is designed to foster student exploration, while increasing the rigor of academic studies. Students have access to courses in English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, art, computer literacy and career exploration, drafting and applied technology, foreign language, life skills, performing arts, and physical education.
Starting with the ninth grade, students at Fraser High School create plans to prepare for post-secondary life. Students have many career resources, and FHS courses are designed to prepare students for whatever paths they choose. Besides core subjects, students may take courses in the following departments: art; business, management marketing, and technology; culinary and personal services; family and consumer sciences; health sciences; industrial technology; performing arts; and world languages.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Fraser Educational News
- Various Celebrities Visit Richards Middle School - To demonstrate their support for bullying prevention, members of World Wrestling Entertainment, a former Michigan State University basketball player, and the current Miss Michigan visited Richards High School. The visit was a part of WWE’s Be a STAR campaign, an anti-bullying initiative.
- Sixty-year-old Fraser Alumnus Graduates from University of Alabama - Former Army medic, Timothy Michael Dempsey, recently graduated from the University of Alabama with a history degree. The 60-year-old credits his teachers at Fraser High School, in Michigan, for helping him graduate high school and inspiring him to join the Army.
- Fraser Welding Students Earn Professional Qualification - Fifty-four Fraser High School welding students completed assessments, this past Spring, to receive American Welding Society qualifications. This program, supported by I.F. Metalworks, uses authentic welding assessments, in which students demonstrate their skills.
Fraser 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: The Importance of Authentic Assessments
High-stakes testing has become a staple in America’s public schools. Federal and state standards mandate that districts assess students’ knowledge at certain benchmarks, in particular subjects. The tests determine grade level advancement, graduation, and even school funding. While these tests are important tools to identify schools’ strengths and weaknesses, they don’t always assess higher-functioning skills, like application, evaluation, and creation. Students will need these skills when they are trying to solve problems at home or work. Practical, real-world experiences will demand doing, not just knowing. Authentic assessments are as important as authentic learning. Authentic assessments could include acting a part in a Shakespeare play, building a motorized vehicle, baking a cake, or organizing a political campaign. Each of these assessments demonstrates more than the knowledge of procedures; they ensure that students can perform what they have learned.