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Genoa Township District and Curriculum

The curriculum at the Genoa Township school districts is based on the learning objectives established by the Michigan Department of Education. This allows the school to create a college and career ready learning experience that recognizes the globalized economy that students will graduate into. The objectives contained in each subject area framework provides a grade-by-grade progression for learning that calls on students to use prior knowledge to understand increasingly complex topics. This also helps them to think critically and reflectively about what their learning and how it relates to the world.

We currently cover the following Genoa Township-area school districts: Brighton Area Schools, Hartland Consolidated Schools, Howell Public School District, and Pinckney Community Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Genoa Township District Curriculum

Included in the study of Social Studies is geography. At Genoa Township Schools, the students begin by learning directional words such as here, near, far. They then expand upon this by adding north, southeast and so on. They discover how to use this knowledge and apply it to the state, country and the world. They also are able to find what led settlers of this area to decide to live here. The students are then able to compare this settlement pattern with those in other parts of the world.

American Literature is one part of the Language Arts curriculum. At Genoa Township Schools the students use the writings of American authors to open up their eyes to social and cultural events throughout history. This supports the goal of connecting texts to the world around them. Some of the books they read include The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Great Gatsby and Of Mice and Men. This study allows the students to see life from others’ eyes and connect their own experiences to those they find in books.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Genoa Township Educational News

  • FCCLA - FCCLA is a student organization for those who are in family and consumer sciences and want to grow in leadership skills. Members learn how to see each family member by the many roles they fulfill. Students develop character skills, creative and critical thinking, communication skills, practical and vocational knowledge. They will also discuss issues which affect them personally, as a family member, at workplace and in society.
  • FCA Organization - FCA challenges the athletes and coaches at the school to follow their religious teachings in their sportsmanship and to show this relationship in their daily activities. This group also serves the community. Throughout the year the students have times of fellowship and Bible studies.
  • Interact Club - Interact is a service organization and is sponsored by the Rotary Club. This self-governing and self-supporting group provides many ways to the students to develop leadership and teamwork skills. Some of the projects helped in the past include Habitat for Humanity, support soldiers overseas, and more.

Genoa 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: Making College Affordable

Paying for a child’s college education is one of the most expensive times in a parent’s life. There are ways to make it more affordable. First, parents and teens should look into community colleges. These are campuses that are less expensive than larger, four-year colleges. At these colleges students can attend smaller classes and obtain the basic education credits that are acquired at most schools. After completing their education here, they can then transfer to the four-year campuses. Establishing residency is also an option if a student is interested in attending an out-of-state college. Or the child may benefit by working for a year or two after high school to help save for college. Many that choose this path are then prepared to settle down to the work required to obtain a degree as they already have experience in hard work. Any one of these, or a combination, will help to reduce the expenses that come with a college or university education.