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Kearney, Nebraska Tutoring Programs
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Kearney District and Curriculum
Kearney Public Schools is focused on students fulfilling their true academic potential. In the core classes of Reading, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science, learning follows a curricular framework set forth by the Nebraska State Department of Education. Students are exposed to a wide variety of learning strategies, skills and conceptual knowledge in order for them to succeed.
We currently cover the following Kearney-area school district: Kearney Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Kearney District Curriculum
In grades K-12, the all-encompassing subject area standards include many learning strands. In Reading, these strands include the use of phonetic skills to read and comprehend a variety of text genres. Learning new vocabulary, improving spelling skills, reflecting on what has been read through writing and discussion with peers are all included in the reading standards. Reading for meaning, using expression and an appropriate pace, and using past knowledge to deeply understand the meaning of the texts are also emphasized.
In K-12 Mathematics, standards include representing and communicating the relationships among a variety of numbers (base-ten numbers, integers, fractions, and decimals). Using appropriate mathematical tools and strategies and demonstrating the ability to solve problems at grade level. Students are expected to make sense out of the complex topics in quantitative data and abstract reasoning and are encouraged to reflect on the answers and determine if they make sense.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Kearney Educational News
- Music Education Soars - The Young Americans, an internationally renowned music group, have come to Kearney High! They chose Kearney as one of the stops on their musical outreach tour, and definitely have inspired the young musicians at KSHS. For over 50 years, this advocacy group for music education has been sharing the joy and inspirations of the world of music with many young adults all over the world. The young professionals range in age from 18-24, and they go on tour each year (worldwide) and perform for audiences. They usually stay at each stop for 3 days, and for that amount of time, give enlightening workshops filled with lessons in singing, drama, and dancing.
- KPS Make the Honor Roll - The school system of Kearney has made the “Advanced Placement Honor Roll” for their district in the state of Nebraska. This school system has increased the success for the students, and the students showed this by performing very well on testing, and for earning college credits on the Advanced Placement examinations! Congratulations to the Kearney Public School District for this impressive feat!
- Debate Team Success - Great job, Kearney High School Debate Team! Recently the Debate Team competed at Lincoln High School, and came home with high achieving awards. Many of the team members placed anywhere from fifth to first, and the school’s hard work and dedication really reflected the placements. The students and staff of KHS are very proud of this organization!
Kearney 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: The Benefits of Enrolling in AP Courses
If a student shows the learning ability, enrolling in AP, or Advanced Placement, courses can earn more than a high grade point average. Many students who do well in these courses can get college credit to be applied to the college or university they plan to attend. Advanced Placement courses are taught on a college level, and include courses in the core areas of learning. In addition, the elective courses, such as foreign languages and fine arts, are also taught on the AP level. If a high school student shows the inclination for academic rigor, he or she can truly benefit from these courses.