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Garner District and Curriculum

The districts in Garner follow along with the nationally recognized Common Core Standards and focus on the development of literacy and mathematic problem-solving skills in relation to learning in all content areas. These standards provide the classroom objectives which teachers follow and are the basis for statewide assessments in core subjects.

We currently cover the following Garner-area school districts: Johnston County Public Schools and Wake County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Garner District Curriculum

The school districts in Garner have something for everyone beyond the core academics; at the secondary schools, that “something” could be in the Career and Technical Education (CTE) realm. Programs offered will cater to the needs, hopes, dreams, and abilities of students looking for employment, advanced education, or “real-life” applications. Some of these classes even offer college credit, career certifications, and dual enrollment, creating a “fast-track” to an associate’s degree or employment upon graduation.

Middle school students can take classes to help them explore information technologies, career awareness, life skills, and business technologies. At high school in 9th and 10th grades, introductory courses are taken; 11th and 12th grades provide specialized and advanced classes. Areas within the Career and Technical Education area include health occupations, marketing, technology, industry and trade, agriculture, family and consumer sciences, and business and information technology.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Garner Educational News

  • WCPSS Magnet Schools Honored - Twenty-five magnet schools in WCPSS, including East Garner Magnet Middle School, were recently honored by The Magnet Schools of America. Never before have this many Wake County schools been recognized by this organization, which is a testament to the increasing quality of the schools in this system.
  • Parental Involvement in Student Success - Workshop topics including “life in the digital world,” “support for teen literacy,” and “planning for college” are part of the WCPSS Parent Academy initiative to aid in student success. These on-going workshops are offered free of charge to parents who are interested in taking the next step in helping their children throughout their educational careers.
  • Polenta Elementary Pilots Chromebooks - Google’s Chromebooks have found their way into four Johnston County Schools, including Polenta Elementary. One classroom in each school was chosen to pilot the devices, which enable students to collaborate on assignments and teachers to grade and deliver feedback via Google Drive. Johnston County Schools became a “Google Apps for Education” county recently, giving teachers free access to Google tools and applications…and they’re being put to good use, especially in the Chromebook classrooms.

Garner 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: Decoding Essay Questions

The most-dreaded style of exam question—the essay—doesn’t have to be so dreadful. Look for key words/phrases that will clue you in to what the grader wants. “List” means to put on paper as many things as possible that fit the prompt, without going into a lot of detail about each. “Describe” is asking for lots of details about the topic. “Outline” means to give an overview of the whole topic—usually a beginning, middle, and end—but again, without nitty-gritty detail. “Compare and contrast” means to tell both the similarities AND the differences between topics. Using these to tips to help formulate your plan for writing an essay can save a lot of time and will demonstrate an awareness of how to write a successful essay.