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Ironton District and Curriculum
Students in Ironton attend public school in the Ironton City School District. The district’s three schools – one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school – provide a safe learning environment in which all students can learn. Children participate in a curriculum that helps them develop essential skills for success in the modern world. Many programs of study are available that focus on technology, science, and career-based learning that are in high demand in today’s workforce. Because the district is relatively small, students receive the individual attention they need in order to continue to hone their strengths and improve upon their weaknesses.
We currently cover the following Ironton-area school district: Ironton City School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Ironton District Curriculum
The financial literacy curriculum in Ironton provides students with insights into the practices that make businesses successful. Students survey business law, learning how government regulations oversee business and commercial transactions and protect consumers from illegal business activities. Students explore various laws that pertain to business practices, including tort law. Learners identify the four elements of a tort, including causation, injury recognized by law, breach of duty, and duty to do or not do something
Students in Ironton have the chance to acquire artistic skills as part of the district’s fine arts curriculum. The middle school visual arts curriculum helps students develop the ability to produce artwork in a variety of mediums. Students acquire an appreciation for the work and craftsmanship involved in creating visual art. Learners experiment with various techniques, tools, and mediums in order to generate original and captivating ideas. Students use their personal experiences and perceptions to further build upon their artistic point of view. view all ironton tutors
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Keeping Informed: Recent Ironton Educational News
- Social Safety Tips - To ensure its students know how to protect themselves online, Ironton City Schools provides a Protect Yourself Safety Guide for all children in the district. Age appropriate suggestions for technology use are offered for all students.
- Foundation Supports District Programs - The Ironton City School Foundation provides financial assistance for district programs. College scholarships for students, grants for teacher professional development, and funding for classroom materials are just a few ways in which the Foundation offers its support.
- Ironton High Schools Wins National Blue Ribbon - Ironton High School has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a Blue Ribbon School. IHS is one of just 336 schools nationwide to receive the award.
Ironton 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: Character Ed Becomes an Integral Part of Curriculum
To improve the culture within their schools, districts have made a move in recent years to integrate character education programs into their overall curriculum. These programs can take many different forms, from assemblies in elementary school to teach kindness to middle school classroom activities that revolve around multiculturalism. There are also many programs for high schoolers. One popular activity is known as a challenge day. These highly intense daylong meetings bring kids from all walks of life together to talk about their struggles and successes. Children work together to build rapport, support one another, and to learn how they can be more accepting of others. Teachers often participate in these activities as well, demonstrating their support for their students while also building strong relationships with the participating students. Oftentimes, just beginning the discussion of how to be nice to one another is enough to get the ball rolling towards an improved school culture that is welcoming and accepting to all.