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Hartselle, Alabama Tutoring Programs
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Hartselle District and Curriculum
Hartselle City Schools is a fully accredited school system that meets the needs of all learners. Hartselle City Schools has a Language Arts program modeled after the Alabama State Standards. Beginning with phonemic awareness in Kindergarten, and having the students being surrounded by print and conceptual texts, they receive a strong foundation in the early grades to make it easy to build upon. If the five and six year olds gain a strong apprehension for letters, sounds, listening for the cues, meaning, beginning, medial, and ending sounds, and many more of the beginning stages of print and reading, the students’ reading becomes more of a natural progression that is fundamentally supported by the educator.
We currently cover the following Hartselle-area school districts: Hartselle Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hartselle District Curriculum
The educator must teach many building skills of Language Arts, but the students’ can acquire the skill of reading more efficiently
if they have a solid beginning foundation in the very primary grades. Over time the reading levels go up in progression as more
words and less predictable text are on the pages of the books. The children learn a multitude of strategies to help them with their
reading as they go. This also helps with the acquisition of knowledge in the other subjects, and prepares them for learning a Foreign
Language if they desire to do so.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hartselle Educational News
- Day of Caring Food Drive - The Day of Caring Food Collection Drive collected over 1,100 cans of food for those in need within the community. Crestline Elementary teamed up to accumulate the good, nourishing vegetables and soups for people during the holiday season. Food drives happen several times a year to help families, but this food drive acquired the most cans in many years, and the students were pleased with their accomplishment.
- Creative Learning - Crestline Elementary fifth grade students created a sculpture to enter into the Wet and Wild Festival contest. This contest has a purpose to encourage creative thinking skills, and to educate them on protecting the local environment. They built the sculptures from recycled materials, such as tires, bottles, glass items, wood, and much more.
- NASA Experiments - The Engineering III class at Hartselle actively participated in an experiment with NASA. The experiment was conducted on anti-gravity, and the University of Alabama at Huntsville hosted the event. Junior High School students were also in attendance. The university has a NASA grant and consortium and readily conducts various experiments with the NASA program.
Hartselle 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: Learning Outside of the School Classroom
Taking education to the next level is an exciting, rewarding, and effective way for students to learn. When students are engaged in learning with other outside resources, such as NASA, programs from the local University, festivals and learning contests, the planetarium, the zoo, and other field trips, and even doing projects at home, only enhance the learning process for the students. The students have so much fun; they don't even realize that they are learning such valuable information that can be used for a lifetime. School systems that arrange and facilitate this type of learning outside of the classroom are going the extra mile to be sure that the students are becoming well-rounded, academic individuals.