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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Johns Creek District Curriculum
All Fulton County Schools have the STEM Program. STEM refers to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. This program targets multiple disciplinary concepts and ideas in the STEM areas and then develops students' ability to apply cross-related STEM principals and problem solving skills in multiple settings. Throughout all grade levels and subject matter the STEM Program focuses on practical applications.
Beginning in elementary school the curriculum builds upon a Continuous Achievement Model, the use of this model affords teachers the ability to challenge students to their reach their highest possible level of achievement before they leave elementary school. The middle schools use the thematic approach to classroom instruction which creates joint collaboration among teachers and students alike. This approach offers all involved a chance to learn to work as a team in the exploration of skill development across all curriculum areas. The high school curriculum focuses on preparing the students for either college or a career while encouraging them to explore wide and diverse areas of academics.
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Johns Creek District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Johns Creek Schools are part of the rather large Fulton County School System. The curriculum the schools use in all classroom instruction focuses on the development, application, and attainment of mandated skills and knowledge that is set in place by the state department of education in Georgia. The core curriculum is made up of Language Arts, Science, Mathematics, and Social Studies. The school system offers magnet programs for students with unique interests and skills, a gifted and talented program, English for students of another Language, Fine Arts programs covering multiple disciplines, after school programs to assist in students achieving academic goals, and a fantastic Career and Technical Education program that offers college credit or certifications across many career pathways.
We currently cover the following Johns Creek-area school district: Fulton County Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Johns Creek Educational News
- Transition Conference - Fulton County parents have a new tool at their disposal. At graduation time, many parents with special needs students are left wondering what now? A conference has been created to answer that specific question. This conference is designed to help both the students and the parents deal with the stress created by leaving high school. Professionals will be discussing various issues, concerns, and options. There will also be several agencies present throughout the community to offer services in various areas such as employment, secondary education, and housing. The goal of this conference is to allow parents to feel empowered to guide their children to make the appropriate decisions and reach their highest potential.
- National Achievement Semifinalists Announced - Fulton County is always proud of their students but right now they are extra proud of 14 students who have been named as semifinalists in the National Achievement Scholarship Program. The program is part of the National Merit Corporation that recognizes students who are gifted academically. This achievement also will help the students gain significant scholarships towards college.
- Walk in My Shoes - Fulton County Schools are about to try out that old adage about walking in another's shoes. During American Education Week 82 schools will be replacing their principal for a new one. What fun they will have! Throughout the week business and community leaders will have the opportunity to go back to school as the Principal and walk a mile in their shoes learning the demands, rewards, and stresses that are all a part of the school system. The purpose of this exercise now in its fifth year is to create community awareness about school related issues and concerns. Through this awareness often times community members step up to help fill the needs of the schools either through time, money, or both.
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Chalk Talk: The Importance of Reading
It is an understatement to say that reading is important. Reading is crucial to every aspect of our lives. Many children refuse to read because they complain that it is boring and they have more fun things to do with their time. The problem may lie in two areas. Either they are lacking literacy skills due to a gap in their education or due to a learning problem or they simply have not found a genre of reading that excites their imagination and grabs their attention. If you are certain that the problem is not related to learning gaps or problems then try taking them to a bookstore and letting them peruse the aisles until they find a subject that interests them. Ask them questions about what they like before you go. Then steer them in that direction. Once they pick a book out ask them questions related to comprehension such as; What are the main characters like? What do you think will happen at the end of the book? Can you explain why that is happening? Pushing your child to read something they are not interested in will not improve their reading skills it will only cause then to further hate reading and view it as a chore.