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Lexington District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Lexington Public Schools are committed to giving each student a high-quality educational experience. Lexington Public Schools has a population growing in diversity, and this school system respects and recognizes each student for their uniqueness. In curriculum and instructional development in this school system, four core areas are focused on: Mathematics, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. The rigorous standards followed have been set by the Nebraska State Department of Education.
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Lexington 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.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lexington District Curriculum
In Mathematics, the learning strands of this school district contain a wide variety of geometric standards. These standards include the acquisition of coordinate geometry through the specifications of locations and relationships, the ability to perform plotting on a coordinate plane, identifying quadrants in the planes, and finding the distance between points on a coordinate plane.
Comprising the Reading curriculum, the K-12 goals include the writing standards, which are very beneficial to the students’ reading development, as well as the development of their personal expression. The writing standard teaches students about the writing process, from brainstorming to the polished end-result of the writing. It also focuses on sentence structure, grammar, punctuation and spelling. Students are given many opportunities to explore and think for themselves while developing their own content for their writing. Research skills are also taught within this learning objective.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Lexington Educational News
- State Journalism Contest - Good luck to all who enter the Nebraska State Journalism Contest! The season has begun for all high school students. If you are on the yearbook committee, you are urged to enter in one of the many categories. The categories range from essay themes to photography. For more information, click on the link or see the yearbook advisor and she will give you any suggestions or information you may need.
- Destiny Quest - Destiny Quest is a great way to categorize your future books and keep tabs on the ones you have read. Students can create lists on their Destiny Quest accounts for the categories of Books Read, Books Now Reading, and Books To Be Read. Begin building your summertime reading goals with Destiny Quest through the Lexington High School library. Create your very own account through the LHS system, and personalize it just for you!
- Iditarod Trail Dog Race - The Endeavor Math Course students are hard at work following the Alaskan Dog Sled Race! The Iditarod Race goes from Anchorage to Nome, and the dogs travel rough conditions across the “wild frontier.” The students in the LHS course chose 3 of the dogs from the entries (out of 66), and they are to keep track of their dogs and the checkpoint status of each one. Good Luck to the Lexington Math students and may the best come to your favorite dogs!
Chalk Talk: Language Arts vs. Reading: What’s the Difference?
Many times, Language Arts and Reading are used interchangeably within the school systems. When a teacher teaches reading, usually it is known that the teacher does, in fact, teach more than reading. In order for the children to learn how to read, they also must acquire the ability to write and use speaking and listening skills. Language Arts is a more broad term for the teaching of reading, as it encompasses all areas of our language: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Usually, Language Arts refers to teachers that teach middle school or secondary school where the courses are more challenging. This is not always the case, but many times it rings true. In the elementary grades, the class is usually called reading, rather than Language Arts. Either way, the two titles are used to mean basically the same thing: the teaching of all aspects of our language: reading, writing, listening, and speaking.