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Land O'Lakes District and Curriculum
Pasco County Public Schools strive to provide a well-rounded education in areas that include Math, Language Arts, Science, and many others. Knowledge of other cultures is also emphasized through required foreign language courses. Students can choose from over 15 different languages, depending on the specific school. Many schools offer French, Spanish, Italian, and German and emphasize speaking, writing, and listening skills through group and individual activities.
We currently cover the following Land O’Lakes-area school district: Pasco County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Land O’Lakes District Curriculum
Language Arts courses utilize a variety of complex texts of varying lengths to support the provided curriculum in Pasco County Public Schools. Teachers require students to use independent thinking in required assignments that involve gather and analyzing material from given texts as well. The structure of writing is also reviewed. Students learn how to write an impactful introduction, a well-supported body section, and a conclusion that ties the text’s ideas together. Students of all ages are also given many opportunities to individually, as well as with others on tasks involving research.
In social studies courses, kindergarten students will learn about their community through reading assignments and opportunities that allow them to recreate historical events. As they progress through the curriculum, the scope of classes expands to include American and World History, Sociology, Economics, Geography, and many other advanced topics. The study of these concepts produces individuals who are ready to make meaningful contributions to society.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Land O'Lakes Educational News
- Land O'Lakes Students Head to California - Land O’Lakes High School students on the Special Olympics soccer team will represent Florida in the 2015 Special Olympics World Games. More than 7,000 athletes from around the world will gather in Los Angeles next summer for the games.
- Connerton Elementary Girls Go on the Run - The Girls on the Run program has continued to help Connerton Elementary girls empower themselves through lessons provided by the program. Connerton students also learned how to help others in the community when they made door hangers with uplifting messages for hospital patients.
- Pine View Students Compete In Cooking Competition - Two siblings have been chosen to compete against 23 other finalists in a national cooking competition. One dish consisted of teriyaki salmon with rice foil packets, while the other was fiesta rice. The competition is sponsored by Uncle Ben’s Rice and will give prizes of $15,000 in cash and a $30,000 school cafeteria makeover to grand-prize winners.
Land O'Lakes 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: How to Write the Body of an Essay
Many essay templates have three paragraphs for the body of an essay. Most of these templates suggest that you state one of your arguments or examples at the beginning of each paragraph. Make sure that you put your strongest argument in the first paragraph, the next strongest argument in the second, and so on. The first sentence should also tie in with the transitional sentence at the end of the paragraph before it and your thesis statement, if possible. You should also be specific when explaining any examples of your main points but try to keep each paragraph within five to seven sentences long. This means that you will need to avoid using unnecessary words or including irrelevant points. When including information about your examples, it is often helpful to the reader if you explain why they are essential to proving your point. Finally, make your last sentence a concluding and/or transition sentence. Tie up any loose ends or give the reader a glimpse into what they will be reading in the next paragraph. Following these tips can help you to write a body of an essay that effectively communicates your point(s) to your reader.