Private, In-Home Tutoring in Laconia, New Hampshire
Bi-weekly Progress Reports
Laconia, New Hampshire Tutoring Programs
Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Laconia, New Hampshire students. Start with a FREE ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Our flagship programs are available at $156/month.
Laconia District and Curriculum
The curriculum of Laconia School District was developed to challenge students and prepare them to be conscientious, knowledgeable contributors to their community. With rigorous standards across all of the core subjects, Laconia School District scaffolds its education in such a way that all students have the opportunity to be successful. The curriculum emphasizes depth of knowledge and the development of critical thinking skills as essential to academic and professional success.
We currently cover the following Laconia-area school district: Laconia School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Laconia District Curriculum
Within Language Arts, students learn reading fluency and writing strategies from an early age. Comprehension is emphasized, and students are expected to identify and explain the basic elements of both fiction and nonfiction prose. Effective communication via the written word is expected and as students move from elementary to secondary school they should demonstrate an understanding of grammar, syntax, diction, and the various modes of writing. Similarly, students should be able to effectively integrate research into their writing.
In Math, students develop a fluency in numerics, learning arithmetic skills including addition, subtraction and eventually multiplication and division. As elementary students progress they will also be expected to learn basic algebraic concepts and measurement systems. In secondary school, students progress to advanced algebra and incorporate statistics, probability, geometry and trigonometry into their learning.
Our Laconia, New Hampshire tutoring programs are personalized just for you
Our instructors hail from Harvard, Stanford, Duke and other top institutions
Keeping Informed: Recent Laconia Educational News
- School Renovations - Portions of the Laconia High School campus have been renovated, updating the automotive and technical education areas. The renovations include an addition that will facilitate the culinary arts program, the multimedia program, and the health science program. Future plans also include renovations to the athletic facilities.
- City-Wide Chess Tournament - Laconia High School is hosting a chess tournament that is open to the entire city. Students between grades three and twelve are able to compete, and each campus will end up with four finalists. There are three different divisions of play, based on grade level.
- Laconia Adult Education - Adults enrolling in Laconia’s adult education classes will be able to take advantage of new computer classes. These classes will help students become more adept at Microsoft Office programs. The courses are geared towards adults who use the programs, but feel as though they do not have a full grasp of all they have to offer.
Laconia 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: Avoiding Fallacies - Guilty by Association
When writing persuasively it is often easy to lump large groups together. It is easier to say “all democrats think this,” or “all republicans believe that,” than it is to explain the positions of each individual democrat and republican. The problem with this, in a persuasive context, is that it makes someone seem guilty of holding an opinion that they may not. Not all democrats, or all republicans, agree on every single issue. If, in your persuasive text, you try and make it appear as though they do, then you are committing a fallacy known as Guilty by Association. It weakens your overall argument because it fails to look into the specifics of an argument, instead painting with a broad brush that may contain half-truths.