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Jerome, Idaho Tutoring Programs
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Jerome District and Curriculum
The Jerome School District rovides educational opportunities that will meet the intellectual needs of all students, allowing them to become lifetime learners and productive citizens in an ever changing world. The curriculum standards are rigorous but supportive. Teachers take the standards as a starting place and refine their lesson plans to fit the needs of students, whether that be above or below class goals. To complete the student experience, the district has a number of extracurricular activities which help students connect with personal and future professional goals.
We currently cover the following Jerome-area school district: Jerome School District #262.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Jerome District Curriculum
With clear expectations, students are afforded opportunities to succeed, not only in the classroom, but in the school community. By offering extracurricular activities to enrich students’ lives with arts, music, and athletics, the school hopes to foster a sense of intellectual curiosity as well as healthy social and living choices.
Jerome High School maintains high expectations for students, and the hope is that students will internalize these and maintain high expectations for themselves. The school believes that regardless of learning style, or perceived differences, all students should be given a quality, equal education which will prepare them for the challenges of our increasingly global world, whether students choose to enter college, the military, or directly enter the workforce. Additionally, students who are engaged in their own education are also more likely to be engaged in their communities.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Jerome Educational News
- Senior Project - All graduating students are expected to complete a senior project of their own design, and are required to follow the rules and expectations laid out in the senior project handbook. Beyond developing a strong handle on the chosen topic, students are also gaining valuable project planning, time management, and research skills.
- District Restructuring Plan - Jerome School District has been developing a long-range Restructuring Plan and seeks feedback from the community on the goals and proposals associated with these plans. Ultimately, the goal is to ensure adequate yearly progress at all schools and a thoroughly reviewed curriculum, which can be revised as needed.
- Parent Information - The district has set up a page for parents on their website that covers all types of information from information on developing strong literacy skills for children, to district-wide programs that parents can get involved with. There is also information about the curriculum and the precise learning expectations that students need to reach at each grade level.
Jerome 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: Public vs. Private Colleges
There are several possible differences between public and private colleges, though the only real difference is the way they’re funded; public colleges are funded through the state, and private colleges are tuition-driven. This can affect the way they treat students. Public colleges are mandated to admit a certain percentage of students who live in the state, which can mean that they’re easier to get into. Curricula and graduation requirements are also overseen by the state and the university’s board of directors, so some options might be limited with public colleges. On the flipside, this also means that public colleges tend to have strong math and science programs, whereas private colleges might be more humanities focused. Private colleges are more focused on the student experience, so they tend to be more competitive. Private colleges tend to be smaller and to offer smaller class sizes, which can help some students succeed.