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Haslett District and Curriculum
Haslett Public Schools uses the educational standards set by the Michigan Department of Education to create lessons that will allow the students to be prepared for the ever-changing global community. The learning objectives are described according to the major topics in each subject, for instance in Math the topics of numbers and operations, algebra, geometry, functions, and modeling, and contain key goals for student learning. They are not prescriptive in how teachers need to teach these lessons, but provide the overarching goals for learning with awareness of the increasingly complex topics students will face.
We currently cover the following Haslett-area school district: Haslett Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Haslett District Curriculum
British Literature is included in the Language Arts curriculum at Haslett Public Schools. In this topic of study, students take a chronological look at literature from the time of the Anglo-Saxons to the present. The students look at writing as a process as they are exposed to, analyze and learn to appreciate this type of literature. They also use it as a basis for vocabulary development and awareness of literary techniques. Students learn to use their own personal experience to explore works of others as well.
Algebra, a portion of the mathematics curriculum, is a continuation of math skills that the students have developed since they learned to assign numbers to items when counting. By the time they take this class in high school they will be prepared to continue their development as they become literate in mathematics vocabulary. They will learn about functions, equations in notation, linear, quadratic and polynomial forms. They will also discover some new mathematics knowledge, skills and learn to use creativity in this study.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Haslett Educational News
- Spanish Club - The Spanish Club helps its members develop a cultural understanding of others who speak Spanish. They also further their own Spanish skills. The club participates in a number or activities each year. The outings are discussed as a group in one of the two meetings they have each month.
- Quiz Bowl - Quiz Bowl is for students that enjoy competing at an academic level. The group consists of JV and Varsity competition teams. There are at least five tournaments that the team take part in each year. They also take part in one that is broadcast which awards one-year tuition scholarships to the winning team members.
- Theatre Tech Club - Theatre Tech club helps students discover what is needed to run the lights, sound, construct sets and more in a stage production. The students then use these skills as they work on the school’s musical, plays or other events. This club meets almost every day after school and are very active in the Performing Arts Center.
Haslett Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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Chalk Talk: Preparing for Back-To-School
Parents need to check to make sure that everything is actually prepared for children to go back to school each year. First, parents should check to see if there are any vaccinations or check-ups that are needed. Depending on a child's activities, schools may require a doctor's visit before the beginning of school. This information can be obtained from the school or the physician. If a child is going to attend a new school, parents should check with the school office to see the child can have a tour of the school. This helps the student feel more comfortable on the first day, they will be comfortable in navigating the hallways. Another way to help the child with the new year is to meet the teacher and find out what the expectation may be for the parents and the students. This is also a good time to see if there is a way to volunteer in the classroom or the school. With these steps covered, parents will have taken the first steps to provide a successful year for the child.