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Mableton District and Curriculum
The Mableton School District is located in the Cobb County School System. Cobb County School Systems English/Language Arts program is intended to cultivate advanced literacy skills by implementing a performance-based curriculum that is ever changing. The main directive of each and every Cobb County School is to empower all students to achieve their individual goals allowing them productive functioning in our continually changing culture.
We currently cover the following Mableton-area school district: Cobb County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mableton District Curriculum
The Cobb County School District strives to provide experience-based curriculum that will challenging their students to develop proficiency in skills and ideas across all subject areas by emphasizing problem solving strategies. Cobb County boasts an elite mathematics program as well as excellent programs in science and technology.
Cobb Counties Social Studies program is dedicated to assuring that each student possesses literacy skills in History, Geography, Politics, and Economics. Foundations are laid in Kindergarten by learning about patriotism and holidays that we as a society celebrate each year followed by both local and global current issues. Additionally, students study their influence on the future world the students will live in as adults. Continuing through high school, Social Studies classes require that students assess multidimensional social, cultural, and ethical issues that exist in our world. Cobb County believes that students need to possess a strong understanding of our past and be able to react with knowledge to current events.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Mableton Educational News
- Teacher of the Year - Dr. Richard Kaht, science teacher at Dickerson Middle School, is the 2012-2013 District Teacher of the Year! Dr. Kaht was astonished by the honor bestowed upon him by Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa. Dr. Kaht's eighth grader students have earned national acknowledgement for their entry in a political platform competition. Dr. Kaht joined the Cobb County School District in 1997, teaching history and science at Campbell Middle before arriving at Dickerson Middle in 1999. During the 2011-2012 school year, Dr. Kaht started Dickerson's FTC Robotics Club. The club is designed as a fun, extracurricular exploration of science curriculum covered during class. The Cobb County School District identifies a Teacher of the Year from each of the elementary, middle, and high school in the district.
- Writing Score Success - Cobb County School Districts eighth grader students have increased the district-wide average score on the 2012 Eighth Grade Writing Assessment. Students with limited English proficiency (English Language Learners) posted a fifth consecutive year of gains on the Eighth Grade Writing Test. The majority of Cobb middle schools performed above the state average score of 216. The Eighth Grade Writing Assessment is a section of the statewide testing program that provides a measured guide for writing skills. Results are based on the eighth grader student performance in preparing written compositions when given an assigned topic. Results are used help students, teachers, and parents identify skill areas where improvements may be needed prior to the Georgia High School Graduation Test that occurs in the student's junior year.
- ACT Top Performers - Cobb County School District is graduating the prepared class of students in the country. According to their ACT scores; students from Cobb County are better prepared for the challenges that they will face in college than any other students in the United States. These graduates outperformed national averages in English, Math, Reading, and Science. Students taking more demanding classes in science or math tend to have higher ACT scores, further emphasizing the value of enrollment in advanced coursework.
Mableton 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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Sweaty Palms, Thrumming heart, rapid breathing... Yep, your child might have a case of test anxiety. That's okay, many test takers get nervous, some even get sick. Here are some steps to help overcome this common problem. Step one; calm down. Instruct your child to begin by taking some deep breaths. Tell them to center their thoughts. Tell them to follow the steps. Now, read a question. What two answers make no sense at all? Those we now know are completely wrong so we can ignore them. What answer do you feel is correct? Can you think of a reason why? Then chances are that is the right answer. Try not to second guess yourself. Simply take it one question at a time and narrow down the choices. In no time at all your child will be a test taking professional.