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Lincoln, Nebraska Tutoring Programs
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Lincoln District and Curriculum
Taking pride in their role of the second largest school system in Nebraska, Lincoln Public Schools, located in the plains, has a renowned reputation for educational excellence. Each day, over 35,000 students attend the Lincoln Public School district and are offered extensive learning opportunities. The core curriculum focuses on the development of fundamental skills which develop into more abstract and complex understandings in each subject area.
We currently cover the following Lincoln-area school district: Lincoln Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lincoln District Curriculum
The core curriculum of History, Science, Language Arts, and Mathematics is taught through rigorous standards. In Reading, as the student show progress from the primary grades to the usage of structural analysis to read, comprehend and spell, they are also taught how to read fluently with appropriate pacing and expression. In Mathematics, as the students get older, they begin to work with more complex problem solving, such as integers and graphing, as well as beginning algebraic problems, geometry, and data analysis.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) Program is offered by the Lincoln School District, as well as a variety of career programs that can be attained while in school and many focus programs in different content areas. Lincoln Public Schools have a top priority to be focused on the future of the children and young adults, and to provide them with the utmost quality in all aspects of their education.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Lincoln Educational News
- Thank You, Teacher - Each year, there are a variety of activities that go with the Thank You, Teacher contest. This contest shows the teachers how much the students appreciate all that they do each day. Paying tribute to a teacher that has made a true and lasting difference in their lives, students, is something the students enjoy doing. Each year, students can nominate their favorite, and five will be chosen and given a special breakfast! Once more, the ones that nominated them will get to share their letters with everyone!
- New Native American Program - The Lincoln school system is a very diverse system. Native Americans will soon receive a little extra attention with fresh and new initiatives from Lincoln Public Schools. A new program dedicated to Native American students will be soon launched with several initiatives. This HOPE program – Have Our Plan Established – is a learning program that assists students from ages 14 to 19. The Ponca Tribe members will now have an opportunity to meet with others from their tribe, identify their cultural strength, and look at various career paths.
- LPS Theater and Music Calendar - Lincoln High Schools entertain the audiences every school year with fun and exciting performances. There are choir concerts, plays, orchestra concerts, band concerts, recitals, jazz performances and much more for the community members, students, parents, and teachers to enjoy. If you have a question about an event, just call the school! The community of Lincoln is proud of their local talents!
Lincoln 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: The Importance of Diversity in School Districts
Diversity within the schools is very important. This teaches the children that everyone has differences, in color, beliefs, learning abilities, and culture. A well-rounded school system not only provides the best in education and other extracurricular activities, but also is rich in diversity of all, and is aware and proud of that diversity. Children should be surrounded by other peers and teachers to engross them in the belief that people are not all the same, and that the differences should be respected. This will have them grow and prosper around all people, and eventually make them successful in their future careers, as collaborating with many must be done in college and in the workforce.