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Lewiston, Maine Tutoring Programs

Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Lewiston, Maine students. Start with a FREE ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available starting at $199.99/month (about $25/hour)

Lewiston District and Curriculum

The curriculum at Lewiston Schools is student centered, and educators are encouraged to plan lesson plans with that in mind. An atmosphere of trust and caring is promoted to encourage healthy social skills and a deeper ability to learn. The district strives for high standards in learning and partners with family and businesses to support the schools.

We currently cover the following Lewiston-area school district: Lewiston Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lewiston District Curriculum

At the elementary level, Lewiston School implement a standards based curriculum that focuses on reading, vocabulary, comprehension, phonic awareness and assessment. This is accomplished through sight words, teacher made tests, phonic awareness programs, writing prompts, and math concept activities and games.

The curriculum continues through middle school where students are taught the foundations of writing and research, leading them to the rigors of high school. The schools offer the core curriculum of Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science. They also focus on academic competitions such a speech, debate and mock trials. Music, Theater and Health are also important to the development of a well rounded student and are offered with a wide range of different subjects and classes for students to take.



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Keeping Informed: Recent Lewiston Educational News

  • Lewiston Principal Medical Award Winner - Lewiston Principal, Gus LeBlanc, wins Center for Disease Control's award for a job well done. LeBlanc and his staff were praised for the education provided to students and families regarding tuberculosis, communicable diseases and how to handle and react to them Prevention is the key. LeBlanc encouraged students to get tested and worked with the CDC to ensure an outbreak did and does not occur.
  • Lewiston High School Gets to Finals of State Mock Trial Competition - In an event Sponsored by the Maine State Bar Association, Lewiston High School was one of two schools competing in the Mock Trial Finals in Portland, ME. Working on a fictional criminal case, students had to work together to sort out the legal issues, develop a sound argument and present in an actual courtroom. Lewiston has competed in the competition for over 15 years, making it to the semi-finals and finals several times.
  • Lewiston Principal Prepares for Afghanistan - Sometimes the best leaders are best serving elsewhere. This is the case for Lewiston Middle School Principal, Shawn Chabot as he prepares to leave for Afghanistan in the fall of 2013. As a Medic in the Maine Army National Guard, Chabot will serve our country and sees this deployment as am example of service the kids can take with them. His plan is to return to Lewiston Middle School after his tour.

Lewiston 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 Teach Academic Responsibility

As children go through their primary and secondary years in school, one goal all parents and teachers should share is to teach each child how to be responsible for their own academic success and downfalls. Part of that should be an ongoing expectation of organization and good study habits. Many schools utilize agendas that are basically day timers, with subjects listed and room for writing assignments. It is crucial that parents look at that daily and hold the student accountable for writing assignments and tests and then following through on what is due. Not only will this small task help the student get his homework done timely, it will ultimately improve tests grades and form a valuable habit that will serve students well in life.

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