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Lebanon, Missouri Tutoring Programs
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Lebanon District and Curriculum
Lebanon R-III School District’s curriculum has clear guidelines for what students should have learned at the end of each year. Students are given a firm foundation on which to understand more complex ideas. These ideas are related to practically based problems and lessons whenever possible so that they are relevant to students’ lives. The curriculum stresses reasoning, problem solving, and collaboration skills that are required for success in all aspects of life.
We currently cover the following Lebanon-area school district: Lebanon R-III School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lebanon District Curriculum
The curriculum expects students to read short stories, novels, and poetry, as well as nonfiction texts that provide facts and background knowledge in science and social studies. Mathematics is taught in such a way that students learn the reason and ways that formulas work, rather than just memorizing. Students read for comprehension as well as to evaluate the author’s intent, structure, and approach.
Students are challenged with questions that push them to refer back to what they’ve read. They also are expected to come up with their own questions which they must explore. Students gather evidence and write about their reading thoughtfully and clearly. They also discuss their reading and may do oral presentations, which are researched and backed-up just like essays. Vocabulary acquisition and a study of grammar rules is also stressed so that students can communicate effectively.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Lebanon Educational News
- Scholarship Opportunities - For college bound students who want to plan their scholarship search, the district offers an overview of both national resources as well as locally established scholarships. Students can research thousands of available funding opportunities through the databases provided.
- Community Education Courses - For adult learners in the district, the Community Education Courses provides a variety of classes in areas of high interest or skill-based classes that support many career goals. There is also the opportunity for community members who have expertise in a particular area to suggest and teach a new course.
- All-Sports Boosters Club - For parents and community members who want to support the athletic programs in the district, the All-Sports Boosters Club offers a variety of ways to help out. From organizing fundraisers to planning for the disbursement of funds within the teams, the Boosters group stays very busy!
Lebanon 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: Seeking Out Help in College
College can be a real culture shock for students. Classes are often larger than they’re used to. They’re surrounded by strangers. And the autonomy can be frightening. Add to this the difficult coursework, and students might struggle. But there are many sources of help in college; students simply have to seek them out. The syllabus is the first place to look. College instructors tend to put everything important on the syllabus. They lay out the whole term. They also include contact information, and it’s a good idea to seek them out proactively instead of waiting till the last minute. Colleges tend to have some sort of Writing Center, to which students can go for help with papers. There is often a similar option for math. Guidance is also often available, sometimes through the writing center and can refer students to the library for additional resources.