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Mack District and Curriculum
The city of Mack is served by Oak Hills School District. As the only public school district in the city, Oak Hills is responsible for providing educational programming for all of the city’s students in kindergarten through the twelfth grade. The district’s curriculum has been devised such that there is a strong focus on technology and future learning. As a result, educational experiences revolve around rigorous learning that is relevant to life and work in the 21st century.
We currently cover the following Mack-area school district: Oak Hills School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mack District Curriculum
After acquiring foundational mathematical skills in elementary school, Mack’s mathematics students go on to more advanced studies in middle school. There, students work with the number system, learning how find common factors, work with multiples, and how to compute multi-digits numbers. Functions are introduced as well, with students using functions to model relationships between quantities. Learners also develop the ability to compare and evaluate functions. An introduction to geometry and dimensions is also provided as part of the middle school math curriculum.
Students participate in a comprehensive study of physical education. As part of the curriculum, students develop the skills that promote physical health, fitness, and wellness. Various motor skills are learned, including fine motor movements required for manipulating objects such as balls and other toys. Gross motor skills are acquired as well. This includes sequences of movements necessary to participate in individual and group sports.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Mack Educational News
- International Teachers Visit District - Oak Hills High School recently played host to a number of educators from around the world. The international teachers were in town for an education conference.
- Students Participate in Fund Drive - Children at J.F. Dulles Elementary School spent time last fall collecting items for the Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly. The students collected socks and made cards for area seniors.
- Local Choirs Perform in Cincinnati - Three choirs from Oak Hills High School have been selected to participate in a concert at Cincinnati Southern. The Men’s Ensemble, Varsity Singers, and Lady Scots will be a featured part of the show.
Mack 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: Tips for Improved Performance on the SAT Subject Tests
With the weight that the SAT carries for college admissions and financial aid, it is important that your child be fully prepared to take the exam. With so much at stake, however, it can be difficult for your child to focus on the strategies that will most help them achieve a score of which they are capable. To improve their chances, your child should take the SAT subject tests when the content is fresh in their minds. If it is foreign language, the SAT should be taken after the conclusion of the highest course available at their school. For the sciences or social studies, the subject test should be taken at the conclusion of each individual course. When taking the tests, it’s important for your child not to get bogged down in a difficult question. Instead, they should skip more difficult questions in favor of answering the ones that they know. If time remains, they can revisit the more difficult questions.