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LaGrange District and Curriculum

LaGrange is part of the Troup County School System. The elementary program course work is intended to meet the distinct needs of each student by using a mixture of strategies and resources that enhance the curriculum. Troup County School’s primary goal is to produce a supportive and nurturing environment, which promotes creativity and excitement in achieving success in academics, athletics, and fine arts.

We currently cover the following LaGrange-area school district: Troup County School System.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the LaGrange District Curriculum

In Prekindergarten continuing through Second Grade, the instructional emphasis is for students to learn the basic tools required to read, write, and compute successfully. In the areas of reading and writing, this entails attaining mastery of phonics, sight words, increasing levels of vocabulary knowledge and comprehension. Students are also expected to be able to express ideas through well organized writing.

In Mathematics, students will be developing an understanding of numbers, their properties, how they operate, in addition to an introduction to measurement, money, and data. In third grade through fifth grade, students will continue to build upon these fundamental skills and are assisted in developing math literacy and communication skills. Computers and other technologies assist in aiding students in connecting abstract ideas to real world experiences; while preparing students for success in secondary and college course work.

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Keeping Informed: Recent LaGrange Educational News

  • Schools Show Continued Gains - The Georgia Department of Education has released Troup County School System’s official scores on the Criterion Reference Competency Tests (CRCT). The numbers show the school system continues to meet or exceed the state of Georgia in the majority of the tested categories. The school system aims to begin the next school year with even more school improvement plans, aimed at identifying new goals and designing new strategies centered on these results. The Georgia Department of Education report also notes special areas that the school administrators and faculty plan to offer further supportive services based on student need.
  • Georgia School Of Excellence - The State School Superintendent has named Rosemont Elementary a Georgia Schools of Excellence in Student Achievement, honoring 26 schools that have demonstrated the greatest improvement in academic excellence or highest achievement levels across the state. Rosemont Elementary was chosen as one of only 13 schools, in the Georgia Schools of Excellence category of Greatest Gains. This school has also earned the Gold Award for Greatest Gains; as well as, Bronze Award for Highest Performance meaning that the majority of students are either meeting or exceeding state required standards.
  • Assessment Scores Show Improvement - The Georgia Department of Education has recently released state writing assessment scores. The writing assessment is a mandatory assessment of writing skills taken in middle school. Troup County School System continues showing vast improvement. Eighth grade students in each of the districts middle schools were required to take the writing assessment this past January. According to the Georgia Department of Education results are showing that 73% of all students met or exceeded testing standards, gaining an enormous two percentage points over last year’s average score.

LaGrange 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: Learning About Commitment

Many times our children want to try something only to decide that they wish to give up and quit. Many times their complaints are so heartbreaking that we surrender, and allow them to in fact quit. This is not a healthy pattern to allow our children to fall into. Whether it is a sports team, a club, or learning something new; if your child commits to participate you should force them to see it through. Explain that since they have committed people rely upon them and to quit would be selfish and unfair. Let them know that if they choose not to participate next year or whatever date is realistic that they will not be forced to recommit. You may be saying isn’t that mean? No, it is called seeing a commitment through and being a dependable person. Both lessons will improve their ability to function as an adult.