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Holland Township, Michigan Tutoring Programs

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Holland Township District and Curriculum

Holland Township is served by three school districts that include Holland Public Schools, West Ottawa Public Schools, and Zeeland Public Schools. The school districts follow the Michigan Department of Education’s framework and have recently aligned their objectives to match that of the national Common Core standards. Higher order thinking and 21st Century skills drive the strategies used to teach students these objectives. Preschool education is the cornerstone that Holland Township school districts use to build a successful academic career. Early Education Centers offer students a strong beginning with literacy based activities rooted in play.

We currently cover the following Holland Township-area school districts: Holland Public Schools, West Ottawa Public Schools, and Zeeland Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Holland Township District Curriculum

Students are exposed to the core subjects at an early age in order to foster a love of learning and an inquisitive mind. Alternative options to traditional classroom learning are available to students in the Holland Township school districts. ZQuest is a multi-age project based program for students in grades K-8 that offers a year round calendar. This program allows students to base their studies on their own interests through collaboration with both teachers and parents. Virtual classes are also an option for students that cannot attend school on a regular basis.

Older students are able to take a multitude of career and technical classes in order to explore future career options. Some of the courses available include mechanics, health sciences, and culinary arts. High school sports and extracurricular activities such as community service groups are also options for students who would like to expand their interests beyond academics.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Holland Township Educational News

  • West Ottawa Band Earns Top Honors - The Jazz Band at West Ottawa High School was named as Outstanding Ensemble during a recent competition. Students beat out more than 50 other jazz bands who took part in the festival at Central Michigan University.
  • Robotics Team Wins World Championship - Holland High School’s robotics team has been partnering with a local corporation for over 20 years. That partnership paid off this year with a world championship win at the FIRST competition in St. Louis. Teams competed by building robots that could perform movements similar to those used in the sport of field hockey.
  • West Ottawa Public Schools Give Back to Community - West Ottawa students and staff volunteered their time recently to help out a local food bank. The Stuff-the-Bus event was held to collect donations of food and hygiene items. Even though the event was held on a bitter cold day, students collected over 6,000 pounds of food and products for the local charity.

Holland 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: The Importance of Functional Reading

Functional reading is the reading of everyday items that help us navigate our world. Some examples of functional reading include street signs, prices, restaurant logos, and menus. This type of reading is especially important because without the ability to read functionally, one may be hindered in many aspects of his or her life. There are steps you can take to help your student become a better functional reader and the number one tip is to start early! Take your student to the grocery store and restaurants as often as possible and read everything you can to them. This early exposure is invaluable. Another great idea is to take a drive or walk around town and read all the signs you come across. Be sure to explain what the signs and symbols mean as well. A few extra minutes a day spent on functional reading can make a huge difference in a student’s success.