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Martinez District and Curriculum
The Martinez School District is part of the Columbia County Georgia School System. This district uses the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS). The Georgia Performance Standards provide clear expectations for instruction, assessment, and student work.
We currently cover the following Martinez-area school district: Columbia County Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Martinez District Curriculum
The Common Core Georgia Performance Standards defines the level of work that students are responsible for completing in order to demonstrate successful achievement of the CCGPS, enabling a teacher to know each student is succeeding. Each year students are expected to learn content that future years teaching will build upon. The progressive curriculum enables students to complete higher-order work.
The areas of focus are reading, English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Technology, Social Studies, History, and Career and Technical Education. Additionally there are Fine Arts and Modern Languages. Through the use of the CCGPS and a variety of curriculum options students are given the best possible education that allows them to not only learn the required material but also explore their own interests.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Martinez Educational News
- Superintendent Wins - Columbia County Schools Superintendent has won the Bill Barr Leadership award. This award is given to those superintendents that demonstrate an ability to counsel and lead their schools and staff to ever greater levels of success. This award is all about those individuals who have demonstrated the ability to successfully mentor others. This award was initiated in 2000 and has been a huge success. The award is named for the Georgia School Superintendents Association's executive director Dr. Bill Barr. This is the most coveted award issued in the State of Georgia.
- Teacher of the Year - Elementary school teacher Katie Holmes has been named Columbia County Teacher of the Year. This honor was given to Ms. Holmes due to her devotion and enthusiasm for teaching she works hard to assist each child in reaching their goals. She is a remarkable educator who focuses on being student centered in her teaching approach. Ms. Holmes is an inclusion instructor for students with special needs.
- Night at the Museum - Columbia County Elementary School has started a new tradition. They plan to hold a night at the museum event covering different areas of history in their elementary social studies classes. This idea came to them when they were fortunate enough to receive a civil war trunk from a museum and set up a thematic teaching unit around the items including teachers from all curriculum areas including English, Literature, Music, and Media. Furthermore, the school received 120 copies of a book about Abraham Lincoln and even had a video conference with the author and all the children in the fifth grade. The event included the children and their families and was a roaring success.
Martinez 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: Homework Helper
If your child is lackadaisical about completing homework here are a few strategies to try. First of all make it a habit to come in and immediately begin homework completion. If that is not working try making it a rule that no television is turned on until homework is complete. This one is a bit uncomfortable for you as well as your child however, it really works well. Finally, as a last resort take all video games and electronic devises away until they capitulate and do their homework. The key to these being successful is that you follow through with the consequences.