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Hugo, Oklahoma Tutoring Programs
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Hugo District and Curriculum
Hugo Public Schools strives to produce students who are leaders, who are engaged in their communities, and who are life-long learners. The school provides a safe, respectful environment in which to learn. The curriculum follows the Oklahoma state mandated learning standards and is rigorous while also providing support and interventions for students. To this end, faculty are given the ability to design lesson plans that serve their students’ needs, even if that means that some students might work at different paces.
We currently cover the following Hugo-area school district: Hugo Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hugo District Curriculum
In accordance with the Common Core Standards, elementary students are involved in accountable talk, critical thinking, and responding to texts in writing. Students are engaged in daily guided reading, shared reading, independent reading, writing, and word study. Offering students clear expectations for what they should learn each year, as well as real-world applications of the lessons, is one way the schools attempt to instill a thirst for success in its students.
Hugo High School encourages students to make good life choices, whether this include academic issues such as honesty and work ethic, or social choices, and health choices. Healthy students are more likely to become engaged in their own learning. Students who take the helm of their own learning are more successful not only in high school and college, but as citizens and in their future career pursuits.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hugo Educational News
- Hugo High School Activities - Hugo High School offers many activities for students, from quiz bowl to choir. Creative ventures such as drama and journalism are options, and for students who are musically inclined there is both a band and a choir to join.
- Community Participation - Hugo Middle School aims to have strong partnerships with parents and other community members. They have an active Parent Teacher Organization which meets regularly and holds events throughout the year. This is a great opportunity to get to know the teachers and support their mission.
- Academic Counseling - The Academic Counselors at Hugo High School help connect students with organizations such as the Oklahoma Honor Society and provide a range of college planning resources. They have regularly updated information about available scholarships, not just for college but also for students who are interested in enrichment opportunities.
Hugo 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: Fast Apps
Waiting is the hardest part about college applications. Students work, often for months or even years, preparing, writing, editing, and completing their applications, and then they have to wait months to hear a response. Some colleges have responded to this by creating Fast Apps. This is a generic name—many colleges will call them similar things—but all of these applications share similar traits: they promise to respond quickly and they usually don’t require as detailed of an application. Some Fast Apps don’t require essays; some don’t even require recommendations. They might even say that if you send essays, it will slow down the process. This can be appealing, of course, because it’s less work for the student, but it can also be dangerous; if a student is a slam-dunk at this college, then sure, a Fast Ap is a great idea because it gets the application done and the decision made. But a borderline student really needs essays and recommendations to help push him/her over that border, so Fast Aps might not be the best choice.