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Huntington, Indiana Tutoring Programs
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Huntington District and Curriculum
The Huntington County Community School Corporation follows the Indiana state curriculum as well as Common Core State Standards in Math and Language Arts. The aim is to produce a well-rounded and college prepared individual. Classes in language arts, foreign languages, and history/social studies utilize working with a variety of resources to support classwork and homework. Mathematics and science courses allow student to make educated guesses and analyze relationships.
We currently cover the following Huntington-area school district: Huntington County Community School Corporation.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Huntington District Curriculum
The curriculum offers a comprehensive college and career preparatory curriculum. Students have the opportunity to learn how to solve complex equations in accounting classes. Other elective courses study economic systems, marketing, and radio and television production. Students can also develop artistic skills in the areas of dance, visual arts, music, and theatre. School clubs relating to these courses, as well as to community service, are also available to students.
For second-language English learners, students’ home, community, and school experiences are all considered in developing language proficiency. Speaking, writing, listening, and reading skills are stressed and students receive assistance in the form of charts, photographs, partners, and a variety of other aids. Those students who are academically-talented will benefit from high potential programming, flexible instructional groups and enrichment the district has to offer.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Huntington Educational News
- Second-Graders Donate Food - At Andrews Elementary School, second-graders visited Aldi to buy canned goods and other food for the Love in the Name of Christ food pantry. They also visited the food pantry to help organize the items.
- Middle School Teacher Builds Library For Students - The Ecolab Foundation Visions for Learning program gave a $2,900 grant to Denise King’s sixth-period class at Riverview Middle School. King used the grant to build a library with two bookshelves and several dozen books.
- Huntington North Students Perform the Play 'Murder Inn' - Huntington North High School students visited the ‘Murder Inn’ in their play. The story is about a group of paranormal tourists who stop at the Barnsley Inn after a storm.
Huntington 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: How Parents Can Help Students Succeed
Although teachers play an integral part in children’s learning, it is very important for parents to be active in their education as well. Reading as much as possible at home can be very beneficial for students. You can read to your child, have them read to you, or have siblings read with them. Parents can also practice writing at home with their child. Have them write letters or grocery lists. Students can also practice math skills by making it a part of their everyday life. Cooking and shopping are both opportunities to practice reading, writing, and math abilities. Having your child study with friends can also make this time enjoyable. Study groups can be formed outside of the home, in places such as church or community centers. Finally, treat the world as an extended classroom. Visits to the farmer’s market or grocery stores can be opportunities to teach your child about the variety of food available and its impact on health. Using these strategies, along with others can enhance your child’s education.