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Grand Haven Charter Township District and Curriculum
Grand Haven Area Public Schools committed to the education of the students and uses a series of high-quality standards to guide teaching and learning in all subject areas. The fundamentals of mathematical problem-solving, reading and writing, scientific inquiry, and learning about history and current events are woven throughout the elementary curriculum. In middle and high school, each of these areas are expanded upon and students have the chance to go deeper in each. They are expected to think critically about what they are learning, and objectives that foster critical thought are within the curriculum objectives.
We currently cover the following Grand Haven Charter Township-area school district: Grand Haven Area Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Grand Haven Charter Township District Curriculum
Grand Haven Area Public Schools include the study of astronomy in the science curriculum. This subject introduces the students to the concepts of space by using handouts, the Internet and other resources. The students study about the birth and structure of the universe, galaxies, stellar evolution, and so much more. Students also study Ecology in the science curriculum which helps them understand the connectedness of natural ecosystems. Ecology deals with relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings.
Algebra is included in the mathematics curriculum at Grand Haven Area Public Schools. Through this subject the students learn how to recognize and solve mathematics calculations. They also learn to understand graphs, numeric, symbolic and verbal representations. Each of these are built upon knowledge gained in middle school. Included in algebra are piecework functions, linear regressions and correlation and more. The mathematics curriculum that concentrates on using critical thinking and reasoning skills to solve problems that are applicable to real situations.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Grand Haven Charter Township Educational News
- FIRST Robotics - Robotics aims to inspire students to become leaders in science and technology. The students work with mentors which build their skills in science, engineering, technology and math. Given an assignment, the students then design, create and compete with their robots at various competitions.
- International Thespian Society - The International Thespian Society (Thespians) is an honor society for theatre- and performance-minded students. In order to become official members, students must earn points in different areas. However, all students are welcome to attend meetings until they have acquired enough points to become members.
- FFA Activities - FFA works with the curriculum to help improve students’ knowledge to help them succeed in the careers of their choice. At one time FFA stood for Future Farmers of America, today it is open to much more than production farmers and ranchers. There are members who wish to become teachers, scientists, business owners and more. Each member come away from FFA seeing growth in leadership, personal growth and career success.
Grand Haven 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: Culture and Education
Culture has a meaningful impact on the ways in which children learn. The background culture can affect the manner in which they learn. There are some cultures which believe that working with other students is cheating while others see it as a way to give or receive assistance. There are other cultures who believe that children should be quiet during the school day and eye contact should be avoided. One more culture teach that all material should be considered communal while others believe that items belong to the individual. The differences in cultural history and ideologies need to be considered in the classroom and if children get together to study at home so they can obtain knowledge in a way that is suitable to them.