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Garfield Charter Township District and Curriculum
The Traverse City Area Public Schools use the state-adopted curriculum frameworks for Math, Science, English language arts, Social Studies, and other non-academic core subjects. The frameworks give a detailed plan for learning from elementary school through graduation and contains key learning objectives for students to achieve each year. The learning objectives are written broadly so that teachers can bring their own ideas into how to instruct children in them and also include many opportunities for critical and creative thinking. Teachers also work together on developing projects that use multiple disciplines in the scope of the project.
We currently cover the following Garfield Charter Township-area school district: Traverse City Area Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Garfield Charter Township District Curriculum
The English curriculum at Traverse City Area Public Schools helps students learn how to create written and oral presentations based on texts they have been studying. To begin, students learn to define what topics to share with the audience, generally topics that have a special meaning to them. They then discover the different sources they can use to find information to support their view. After summarizing the material they place it in the form that is needed and one that will appeal to the audience.
One part of the curriculum at Traverse City Area Public Schools is history. Many different resources are used to help make history personal for each student. The students use literature, newspapers, films, technology and special speakers to help students become aware of the connection of one person or one event in the history of the world. They also learn how to locate and evaluate information. Students also learn to take the information they have gathered and present the information in a personal style.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Garfield Charter Township Educational News
- Key Club - Key Club is a student-led service organization. The members find ways to help their communities and schools. Through service to others, the members build character and leadership skills. They also have an international impact by working with Kiwanis International and UNICEF to make a difference in a world-wide mission.
- Mu Alpha Theta - Mu Alpha Theta is an honorary mathematical organization. This group helps develop students interest in mathematics, instill mathematical scholarship and spread the enjoyment of math throughout their community and school. Through national activities, students can interact with other students from across the country. There are also competitions that the students can participate in.
- FFA Organization - FFA, formerly known as Future Farmers of America, welcomes students that are enrolled in Agriculture classes. Whether these students have a goal of a career in biology, farming, agricultural business, art or other fields that include an agricultural thread, they will find assistance toward this goal through FFA. Students acquire skills in leadership and teamwork as they compete in competitions in their area of agriculture and attend conferences
Garfield Charter Township 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: Volunteering in the Classroom
By volunteering in the classroom, parents demonstrate to children that education is important. There are a variety of ways to volunteer. First, many teachers have wish lists for their classrooms. Check the list and purchase one or more of the items for the teacher. Another way to volunteer is to help the teacher with their web page. This is the way that many educators communicate with the families, however, finding the time to work on the site can be difficult for many teachers. If this is something that interests a parent, they should present their idea to the teacher. Another way to give is to share with the class a skill. Perhaps a parent likes working with plants, so they may help with a classroom garden or perhaps they can use a parent's skill will posting classwork or assembling a bulletin board. Any of these areas, and more, are ways that a parent can help the teacher with a skill, or time, while showing a child that the parent see education as important.