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Gardendale, Alabama Tutoring Programs
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Gardendale District and Curriculum
Jefferson County Schools has a large span of science electives to choose from. The core classes of science that go from grades K-8 are very structured and follow the Standards of Learning in Alabama. The science courses in grades 9-12 become more elective-based, and still must adhere to the State Standards; however the students choose what they want to take, depending on their interests and college preparatory goals. Some of the courses offered in Jefferson County Schools are Earth and Space, Environmental, Genetics, Marine Biology, Physics, Zoology, and many more. Jefferson County Schools is accredited and has highly-qualified instructors to give the students the best education possible and to prepare them for college, or any other future the student desires.
We currently cover the following Gardendale-area school district: Jefferson County Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Gardendale District Curriculum
All of Jefferson County Schools are accredited by the state of Alabama, and all subject areas taught make the testing benchmarks from year to year. Jefferson County Schools’ goal is to have every student follow their dreams and to have a successful future ahead of them, either by going to college, joining the military (Jefferson County also has an outstanding JROTC program), or going to a
technical school. If a student chooses to enter the workforce, this school system has a goal of establishing the work ethic and skills needed for any source of employment.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Gardendale Educational News
- Stuffed Animals for a Cause - Students at Pinson Elementary did more than just a food drive this year; they incorporated stuffed animals into the mix! Not only will families receive food items for their holidays, but the children will be gifted with a stuffed toy, all to bring joy to the holiday season. Pinson collected over 1,000 cans of food for their local food bank.
- MacArthur Fellow Honor - S. Patel, a computer scientist and a graduate of Jefferson County Schools has invented a very low cost and effective sensor system used to track energy consumption in residences. He has been honored with the MacArthur Fellow award and was given a whopping $500,000 for a grant! What a huge accomplishment from this 29 year old!
- College Goal Sunday - Attend a College Sunday Goal event to get no cost assistance from an expert on filling out the FAFSA form. This is the student financial aid form, and can be quite complicated to fill out. Attending this event will also grant access to free advice for aid, admission, college tips, and more! A list of quality online resources will also be given to help students getting ready to choose their college or university.
Gardendale 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 Role of an Education Foundation
The Jefferson County Foundation has several goals for the school system. Many foundations that help school systems have objectives and adhere to these objectives in order to communicate to everyone involved. Foundation goals include building effective community partnerships, business relationships, increase awareness of school system needs, showcase opportunities and achievements, and award outstanding educators. These goals are very similar to many school systems' foundational goals, and they are developed solely to make the school system the best it can be!