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Genesee Township District and Curriculum

Genesee Township, Michigan is served by the Genesee School District. The school system is comprised of one elementary school, which houses Kindergarten through sixth grade, and a junior/senior high school. The curriculum used in this district follows the national Common Core standards as well as the Michigan Curriculum Framework. The district touts its small size and highly qualified teachers as being a leading factors in student success. The elementary school curriculum is based on the four core subjects of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.

We currently cover the following Genesee Township-area school district: Genesee School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Genesee Township District Curriculum

Students spend their Language Arts time exploring different pieces of literature, writing, and word structures. In Mathematics, students learn how to manipulate numbers and equations, measure common objects, and count money. The Science portion of the curriculum deals with teaching students about nature and the effects humans can have on the environment. Some common themes include the Earth, habitats, and plant structures. In Social Studies, students learn about the state of Michigan including its resources.

High school students have the opportunity to use the curriculum to earn college credit through the Dual Enrollment program. In order to take part in this program, students must be a junior or senior, be enrolled in both the school system and the college, and be taking a high level academic course. The school system will pay for the student’s tuition in the college course. Each three credit college class will count as a half semester credit in the high school.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Genesee Township Educational News

  • Navy Father Surprises Children - Two Haas Elementary students got a huge surprise while at school. Their father, who had been deployed for six months with the Navy, was secretly waiting in the school building. He surprised his daughter in the library and then went to his son’s classroom.
  • Standardized Test Scores on the Rise- - Genesee School District saw significant increases in their Michigan Merit Exam scores. The test is administered to 11th graders each Spring and includes all subject areas. The highest increases were seen in the Reading assessments with a 21% increase in scores from last year.
  • Former Employee Leaves Inheritance to School - Genesee School District received a $10,000 inheritance from a former employee after her passing. Mary VanWormer worked for the school system for 32 years as both a teacher and principal. The money was specifically given to be used for the district’s central library.

Genesee 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: Parent and Teacher Communication

Whether your student is excelling or having difficulties, communicating with their teacher is one of the most important things a parent can do for their student. Some parents may find speaking to a teacher intimidating, as it can bring back memories of their own days in school. It is critical for parents to see their student’s teacher as a partner in their educational journey. Teachers need to know about their students outside of the classroom as much as parents need to know how they are doing in the classroom. This communication can take the form of a written note, email, or phone call. It is also important for parents to remember that teachers have many students and may not respond immediately during the school day. Most communication between parents and teachers is best done when they both put their best efforts together for the success of the student.