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Lincoln Charter Township District and Curriculum

All the school districts attended by Lincoln Charter Township students follow the Michigan Academic Standards set by the Michigan Department of Education. The Michigan Merit Curriculum outlines these standards for Arts, English language arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and World Languages and also provides Career and College Readiness Standards that detail the skills students should have to be prepared for post-secondary life. The standards are written broadly, allowing teachers to use their judgement as to how best to instruct their students in the goals.

We currently cover the following Lincoln Charter Township-area school districts: Berrien County Intermediate School District, Bridgman Public Schools, Lakeshore Public Schools, and St. Joseph Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lincoln Charter Township District Curriculum

The Math curriculum focuses on the areas of numeracy and operational sense, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. Students learn to perform basic operations, recognize patterns, recognize shape and learn how to measure, and learn about proportions and ratios during their elementary years, preparing them for more complex work in middle and high school. To the greatest extent possible, these topics are related to their real world applications and increasingly integrated into science, technology and engineering courses.

The English curriculum includes skills in reading, writing, listening and sharing orally. At times these sections work together so the students and teachers can see how they have progressed. While studying classic works, the students may be asked to read a book alone or in a small group, then create a poster or a presentation on one specific section of the book. This presentation can be made in the form of a speech or even a debate where others will need to listen to important points. There will be times when these skills will be needed to give formal presentations.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Lincoln Charter Township Educational News

  • Model U.N. - Model U.N. helps students build their knowledge of local and global issues. This is accomplished through debate and discussions of issues. The students learn how to draft resolutions and use teamwork to solve problems. This group then attend a conference where they take the roles of a country and debate issues that are currently before the United Nations.
  • Average Joes - Average Joes is the school’s FIRST Robotics team. This is a worldwide competition which helps students interested in science, technology, engineering and math work together to create a robot that meet the criteria set for competition. The students design, build, test and then compete with this robot as they listen to mentors.
  • Academic Challenge - Academic Challenge is also known as Quiz Bowl. This competition is broadcast by the local radio station. The students work together to learn material that are above what they have learned in the classroom. This knowledge is then used in competition against other schools in the area. The winners locally then compete at the state level.

Lincoln Charter Township 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: Test Terminology

Test terminology can be difficult to understand. There may be a number of scores listed but it may be difficult to understand the differences. A raw score tells the number of questions that had correct answers on the test and does not tell any true information. Standard scores take into consideration other students of the same age and grade. These are represented as a part of a normal curve. When test results talk about grade or age equivalent scores they look at the way a student answers the questions and then tell what level the student is at, according to this test. For these results a third grade student may be given a score of 6.3 in reading. This means that when the student reads, they are reading the material the way a sixth grade student would read it. The percentile rank compares this student with others that took the test while a stanine rates a student on a scale from 1 to 9, where 1,2,3 are below average and 7,8,9 are above.