Fulton, Missouri Tutoring Programs
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Fulton District and Curriculum
The district is implementing the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Unlike other districts which simply published the CCSS, Fulton made public its concerns, questions, and difficulties with implementation. Most important, teachers now have to attend and participate in weekly instruction in the use of CCSS; and, all stakeholders must understand the basic premises of CCSS. These standards do not supplant, but supplement, existing state requirements. Preparing students for higher education and the skilled labor force in a global economy are the ultimate goals of CCSS.
We currently cover the following Fulton-area school district: Fulton 58 School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fulton District Curriculum
Right from the beginning of the Reading/Language Arts curriculum, comprehensive listening, writing, the inclusion of non-fiction material and other readings are required teaching. Starting in Grade 6, subjects such as history/social studies, science, and technical education are all, in part, taught to augment the basic English literacy skills. Research and providing bases for arguments become increasingly sophisticated between 6th and 12th grade.
In Mathematics, an early focus on whole numbers, arithmetic operations, and spatial relations give way in later grades to algebraic expressions and their meanings, advanced geometric principles, and higher-level math reasoning. Of course, college preparatory trigonometry, math analysis, and a full spectrum of AP courses are taught as well. Math is also increasingly integrated into science, technology and engineering courses and students are called upon to use their math skills in many career-driven programs.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Fulton Educational News
- Literacy Grant - The Dollar General Corporation presented a $40,000 check to Fulton Middle School to be used to improve literacy on campus. The money will go towards books as well as developing engaging literacy programs for the students.
- Student Video Contest - Teams of 1-3 students can create 30-second to 2-minute videos about what they are learning about college preparation. The contest is sponsored by the Missouri Association of Student Councils and winners will receive $500 or $750 for their efforts and all students gain invaluable learning opportunities working with new media on public service announcements.
- Parent Advocacy Groups - Missouri Parent is an organization that helps keep families updated on what is going on in the districts and with state level educational policy. They can also help connect parents to locally-based groups which they may be interested in joining.
Fulton 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: Fulton District Has A+ Schools
The Missouri legislature has funded tuition and fees (including computer, health, and recreation) for Fulton District Seniors to attend either a community college in the state or a vocational/technical school following graduation. Applicants do not need an A+ average to win one of these scholarships. A C+ or 2.5 GPA with 95% attendance, no serious discipline trouble, and 50 hours of tutoring are the scholarship requirements. And no one is in competition for these awards. All who meet eligibility requirements can earn a scholarship in an A+School in the Fulton District.