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Hamburg Township District and Curriculum

Students living in Hamburg Township, Michigan attend school in one of five school districts that include Brighton Area Schools, Dexter Community Schools, Howell Public School District, Pinckney Community Schools, and Whitmore Lake Public Schools. Of these five school systems; Howell Public School District is the largest with seven elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, and one virtual academy. The curriculum used in all of these school districts is aligned to the national Common Core standards as well as the Michigan Grade Level Expectations.

We currently cover the following Hamburg Township-area school districts: Brighton Area Schools, Dexter Community Schools, Howell Public School District, Pinckney Community Schools, and Whitmore Lake Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hamburg Township District Curriculum

One of the most important aspects of the elementary Language Arts curriculum is the use of the Guided Reading program. Guided Reading involves meeting with small groups of students who read on similar levels to work on strategies and skills. Students are given a Developmental Reading Assessment, or DRA, to determine their reading level. Students are then grouped together based on this level and other assessment data. Students meet daily with the teacher where they read a common book and work together to analyze the plot.

As students enter middle school, these Guided Reading groups become more of a student-led literature circle. Student reading levels will continue to be assessed by the teacher and students will be grouped based on this and other assessment data. However, students will do much more individual reading in order to prepare for their meetings with the other students in their group.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Hamburg Township Educational News

  • 3rd Grader Helps Fellow Students - A third grade student at Challenger Elementary has started a fundraising effort to benefit students who cannot afford school lunch. Not wanting to see his friends only get a cold sandwich for lunch, the student has raised over $14,000 by using an online fundraising site. That is enough money to pay for 4,000 meals.
  • Graduate Takes on National Competition - A 2014 graduate of Howell High School recently placed fourth in a national medical spelling bee. The Health Occupation Students of America National Leadership Conference was held at Disney World. The association has over 160,000 members and promotes careers in the health field.
  • Civics Team Places 4th in State - Howell High School’s “We the People” team took fourth place in the state competition. The event included mock congressional hearings in which students demonstrated their knowledge of the Constitution. “We the People” is a program offered to students in elementary through high school and promotes literacy of the American Constitution and government.

Hamburg 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: How to Encourage a Positive School Attitude

It has been scientifically proven through observation and factual data that students who have a positive attitude about school perform better academically. One of the best ways to promote a positive attitude towards school is to start early when students are at a young age. This involves activities that will create an inquisitive mind and get students excited about learning. Once your child is in the public school system, it will really help for the family to be involved in extracurricular activities at the school. If a student sees that school is fun for his or her parents, the same attitude will pass on to them. As students continue along their educational journey, parents should remain involved throughout all school grades in order to show students the importance of education.