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Kennett, Missouri Tutoring Programs

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Kennett District and Curriculum

The Kennett School District strives to mold students into lifelong learners and responsible members of society. The faculty and staff believe that all students can learn, regardless of socioeconomic differences or learning style, and that the learning experience exists outside the classroom. Students are pushed to strive to not only meet high educational standards but also to participate in extra-curricular activities and community service. These pursuits all contribute to the development of students prepared for post-secondary life.

We currently cover the following Kennett-area school district: Kennett School District #39.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Kennett District Curriculum

The curriculum of Kennett School District follows the Missouri Learning Standards for math, science, and humanties. Teachers are given the freedom to focus their lessons in order to help individual students succeed, regardless of whether they’ve fallen behind grade level or are working above it. Following the fundamentals taught in elementary school, the mission of the middle school staff is to help students complete academic requirements, plan for future college/career options, and focus on intrapersonal development.

Critical thinking, analytical writing, science literacy, and problem solving skills are emphasized in all subjects. Students also learn the language and vocabulary of all subjects. The school believes that literacy and strong communication skills are necessary for students to become adaptable, highly-functioning adults who have the tools to compete and succeed in our ever-changing global economy.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Kennett Educational News

  • Career and Technology Center - Kennett High School has a career and technology center to help students pursue their post-graduation plans. Students can take career inventories that help them understand what careers might be well-suited for them, and use the resources to learn more about educational requirements for intended careers.
  • KHS Online Calendar - To keep current on happenings at Kennett High School, stay tuned to the school calendar. Everything to student performances to athletic practice and games schedules can be found here; also, parents can stay on top of information on test dates, college fairs, and other events throughout the school.
  • Healthy Communities Launch - The school district is participating in the Healthy Communities campaign and will implement the goals of the initiative in areas such as school nutrition, sports and activity opportunities, and awareness of health issues.

Kennett 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: Early Decision

Early Decision (ED) applications are early, binding applications. This means that the student signs a contract agreeing to attend the college, if accepted. They are free to apply elsewhere, but if they’re accepted at this school, they must attend. The deadline for ED applications is often November 1st, which can be stressful because it’s so early, but it also means the student might be done sooner. Decisions usually go out by Christmas, so the student can know by the holidays whether they need to apply to any other schools. Of course, if they’re applying to a Reach school, it might be a good idea to have other applications ready to be sent, in case the student is rejected. Because they student has applied early and committed to the college, they tend to look favorably upon EA applications, and acceptance rates can be much higher.

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