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Green Oak Township District and Curriculum

The South Lyon Community School District uses an instructional model that incorporates the standards set by the Michigan Department of Education. A significant aim of the curriculum is for the students to be prepared for their post-graduate experience whether it is in college or career. Programs have been developed within the Career Technical department that allows students to prepare for a high-demand, high-skill job and also instills important career and employability skills. Other programs offer students the chance to begin earning college credit in high school through dual enrollment opportunities.

We currently cover the following Green Oak Township-area school district: South Lyon Community School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Green Oak Township District Curriculum

Literature is one part of the Language Arts curriculum. Within this subject, the students discover United States and world literature. This introduces the students to multicultural literature from around the world throughout history and helps them understand the perspectives of different people. The students learn how to study and examine each of the works as they also learn how to read for a specific purpose. They also are able to develop their reading stamina, fluency and their vocabulary by independent and in-class reading.

U. S. History is a part of the Social Studies curriculum, at Green Oak Township schools. This subject covers the political, diplomatic, intellectual, cultural, social and economic history of the United States. The students also learn about the time periods from the first colonists to present day and how events like the Industrial Revolution led to changes in our society. To help the students discover the relevance of this subject to their lives, educators use primary and secondary sources as well as technological resources.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Green Oak Township Educational News

  • Student Council - Student Council is made up of officers and representatives who are elected by students of the school. This organization helps to run many activities such as fund-raisers, service projects, half-time activities, Spirit Week and more throughout the year.
  • National Honor Society - National Honor Society is a premier honor organization. It recognizes students that demonstrate excellence, especially in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character. Nationally, there are over one million students involved with NHS. Each of these students are presented the challenge of continuing with the traits which helped them to be inducted but also to participate in activities in the school and the community.
  • Robotics Club - Robotics Club is a nonprofit organization which involves the students in science, technology, engineering and math. Each group participates in a competition where they can acquire points in many different ways. Points help them increase their ranks so they have a better chance of proceeding to an elimination round and going to state. They receive awards in areas such as graphic design, professionalism, creative engineering and so much more.

Green Oak 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: Overcoming Test Anxiety

Many are familiar with the feeling of fear that can come when facing tests, from increased heart rate, perspiration and the feeling of going blank. To help overcome this anxiety, parents can help by helping the child attend school regularly and creating a restful place at home the weeks of testing. Parents also need to keep track of a child's progress over time, not just on one test. Communication with the child while giving encouragement will also help. Finally, talk with school officials if there are any questions or concerns about a test result. Often schools will be able to provide testing accommodations that may allow the student to test in a smaller environment, receive cueing, or have a school staff member administer the test.