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Huron Charter Township, Michigan Tutoring Programs
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Huron Charter Township District and Curriculum
The Huron School District creates lessons that will allow the students to be prepared for the ever-changing global community. The lessons are based on the learning objectives set forth by the Michigan Department of Education and provide a rigorous, college and career ready series of standards that form a continuum from elementary through secondary school. The Michigan Merit Curriculum incorporates Common Core Standards in Math and Language Arts, which are designed to support learning in all subjects. The schools may also use curriculum provided by programs such as International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement.
We currently cover the following Huron Charter Township-area school district: Huron School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Huron Charter Township District Curriculum
The teachers at Huron School District use resources to bring a creative twist to the study of history. Students have access to literature, newspapers, magazines, films and learn how to evaluate the information they read. These sources allow the students to study the individual people and events that have had roles in the history we study today and the impact they may have had on a country or the world. Students also discover political, social, economic and cultural issues which impacted an area or time period.
While studying literature, the students at Huron School District incorporate other subjects and helps students learn about different times, people, places, and historical events. For example, they find out how literature was influenced or had an influence on an area or on history itself. They find that from the time of the Ancient Greeks and Romans, through the Middle Ages, to today different perspectives can be gained through literary works and literature can be used to back-up what they are learning in science and math.
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- National Honor Society - National Honor Society is more than an organization that honors students for their achievements. It also encourages students to live each of the traits they were chosen for in their everyday life. These traits include character, leadership, academics and service. The area of service is demonstrated by continuing serving the community and the school even after being chosen by NHS.
- Interact Club - Interact is a service organization that aims at creating a positive impact in their communities. This organization is sponsored by The Rotary Club International. The students are able to make connections with other locally and internationally through their hands-on activities. These projects also promote leadership skills and friendships wherever the students may be.
- Speech and Debate Team - Speech and Debate is one way for students to become comfortable with public speaking. The students choose a type of speech or debate they may want to participate in and then, either alone or as a small team, they present their project in front of others. The types of debate vary from poetry to extemporaneous speaking to Lincoln-Douglas Debates and more.
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Chalk Talk: Preparing for Back-To-School
When getting children for the next year is school, parents need to check to make sure that everything is actually prepared. 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, check with the school office to see the child can have a tour of the school, so 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 and 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.