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Heath District and Curriculum

Heath City Schools provides a comprehensive public education to students in kindergarten through high school. The educational programming devised by Heath City Schools facilitates the growth and development of students in a number of areas. Academic achievement is a central focus, along with the social and emotional development of each child. To attend to each student’s individual interests and needs, teachers and support staff encourage each child to explore academic areas of interest. Classroom activities combine these interests with learning knowledge and skills related to math, science, social studies, and language arts, such that students graduate from high school with a well-rounded knowledge of the world in which they live.

We currently cover the following Heath-area school district: Heath City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Heath District Curriculum

Heath’s middle school math curriculum covers a number of common mathematical topics. Geometry is a central component of the math curriculum. Students work with various geometric figures to determine area, volume, and surface area. Students also learn how to compare geometric figures using real-life story problems. Ratios and proportional relationships are also studied. Learners explore proportional relationships, using them to solve mathematical problems. Students also devise an understanding of how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and decimals.

The physical education curriculum focuses on helping students develop the knowledge and skills they need to be physically fit and lead a healthy life. Students take part in games, sports, and other physical activities in order to acquire the skills they need to be active and do so in a safe manner. Students learn how to properly stretch, warm up, and cool down in order to prevent injury. Learners are also apprised of common sports-related injuries and how to take measures to treat them until proper medical attention can be obtained.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Heath Educational News

  • Gifted Program Available for Students - Heath City Schools offers a gifted program for students that demonstrate exceptional academic abilities. Called PAT – Programs for Advanced Training – the program offers learning opportunities for children in kindergarten through the twelfth grade.
  • District Adopts New Graduation Requirements - Beginning with the class of 2018, Heath City Schools has adopted new requirements for graduation that include new testing requirements and opportunities to take college entrance exams for free.
  • Elementary Students Start New Recycling Program - Students at Stevenson Elementary School are getting a lesson in going green. A giant recycling bin in the school’s parking lot allows community members to drop off recyclable paper, with money donated to the school for every pound of paper received.

Heath 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: Value of Mentoring Programs

Mentoring programs are becoming increasingly popular in public schools. Sometimes these programs involve older students, such as high schoolers, mentoring younger students, such as elementary school kids. Other times mentoring occurs within a school such as seniors mentoring freshmen in high school. These programs share a number of features in common, including a variety of benefits for the students involved. Mentor programs have been proven to keep children in school. In fact, students that have a mentor are half as likely to skip a day of school. Students also see academic benefits. Mentored students complete their homework more frequently than non-mentored students, and also see gains in academic skills such as problem solving and critical thinking. Mentoring programs also produce social and emotional benefits. Students feel more connected to their peers and have a more positive opinion of the school environment. Mentored children report fewer depressive symptoms as well.