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Lebanon District and Curriculum

Lebanon Community Schools’ students discover ways to learn, think and lead through the education provided by the schools and community. The educators are well-trained and use their training, creativity and the state’s standards to lead the way in education. These standards are also tied to the nationally recognized Common Core Standards which is a framework intended to prepare students for college and career.

We currently cover the following Lebanon-area school district: Lebanon Community Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lebanon District Curriculum

The students at Lebanon Community Schools are shown the importance of writing from the beginning of their education. These students begin by learning how to hold a writing implement and then form letters and words. Before long, these same students learn what is needed to produce good writing. Through their years at school they will be exposed to a variety of writing and, through trial-and-error, they will grow into their own style.

The Mathematics curriculum at Lebanon Community Schools begins with students gaining knowledge of number sense. Children begin mathematics by learning how to assign a number to each object being counted. Soon they learn how to add numbers together, and then they subtract, multiply and divide. This basis leads them to be able to comprehend more advanced mathematics such as algebra, calculus and trigonometry which leads these problem-solvers to have the confidence to face whatever the world may have for them.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Lebanon Educational News

  • Choir - The students that have a love of vocal music can take part in one of the Lebanon High School choirs. For those students that have some skill with singing in groups there is a chamber choir to audition for. The concert choir is for the intermediate singer while the mixed choir is great for those at the beginning level. Each choir is given the opportunity to compete at competitions and participate in programs in and out of the school.
  • Band - The band program allows students that have a love of instrumental music an outlet for this talent. The marching band performs at football games and competes in various events around the state. In addition, there is a jazz band, a concert band and a woodwind ensemble.
  • FEA - Future Educators of America is an organization for students that have the desire to work in the field of education after their schooling. This group offers students the chance to listen to speakers in various areas of education, in addition to building a respect for those in this field. Students are given the opportunity to participate in conferences and to have achievements recognized at the national level.

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: Emotional Development in First-Grade Children

Children in first grade try to work for independence however; all the changes that they face in first grade can be overwhelming. Hobbies and activities help children develop a sense of identity and friends. Failure is difficult for them to accept which can lead to them lashing out if they face something they cannot solve or if others in their grade perform better than they do. Parents need to show patience and recognize that this is normal. Point out the advances they have made in the past year and praise these accomplishments. Along with this, first grade students have a difficult time admitting when they are doing something wrong or when they are blamed. Rules and consistency are important but so is sensitivity to what they are feeling. By keeping in mind the sensitivities and insecurities that first-graders feel, parents can help them make it through this difficult stage.