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La Porte District and Curriculum

SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for La Porte students start with a ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Call us now for a personalized quote! Our services include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-weekly progress reports, learning profiles and parental conference calls.

La Porte District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

La Porte Schools have based their curriculum upon the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills to help prepare their students for the ever-changing world. The curriculum guides learning from elementary to advanced levels in all core subjects and is supplemented with goals at the high school level designed to prepare students for college and career. Beyond the core skills, knowledge and concepts which students should acquire, there is also an emphasis on critical thinking skills like analysis, interpretation, logical reasoning, and problem solving.

We currently cover the following La Porte-area school district: La Porte Independent School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the La Porte District Curriculum

The Reading curriculum takes students from the basics to reading novels by the time they graduate. Kindergarten students learn that by blending the sounds together, they are able to read words and make sense from the books that they read. They also learn about the different genres and some strategies to help them decode words they do not understand. In high school they can complete novel studies as they learn about literature from around the world and that was created within different cultural atmospheres.

The Social Studies curriculum at La Porte Schools covers a many different areas. Students learn about the cultures and histories of different civilization. They learn what factors helped people decide to settle in the area and the steps that led to these cultures developing the governments they did. Students take the knowledge that they gain and make displays to educate the community as to the information that they have gained. This gives student a sense of how to use their voice within the community and how to craft and disseminate ideas.

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Keeping Informed: Recent La Porte Educational News

  • HOPE Group - High School’s Outreach to People Everywhere is a service group. They try to help people that are in need. Some of the people that they have helped in the past include children through Children’s International. They also take part in local charities such as Relay for Life.
  • LPHS Discovery Dawgs Science Club - The Discovery Dawgs is for students that enjoy scientific fun. There are different experiments or activity each time they meet. Many of these help students discover new aspects of science.
  • Orienteering - This group has brought this sport to the students at La Porte. Members learn, or improve, skills in navigation. They use a compass, plus and orienteering map to get from one area to another. They have added variations, including chases, relays and bikes, and are looking for new ideas for their adventures all the time.

La Porte 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: Signs of Bullying

Generally, bullying is seen as any type of imbalance of power. This can take physical, verbal or non-verbal form. Regardless of the form, there is a victim. There are signs if a child is being bullied. If they come home with tears, or damage to some of their possessions, or if they have cuts or bruises that they did not have earlier, they may have become a victim. This can also be the case if they do not have very many, or any friends, or if they take a long path to or from school, or if they seem fearful. They may also seem moody, depressed or cry unrepentantly. They also may have physical ailments. If they appear with any of these talk with them to see what the cause may be. After it has been confirmed, the school needs to be notified. This allows them to give other steps that may need to be taken, if bullying has occurred.