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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Maumee District Curriculum
The high school world languages curriculum in Maumee is designed to prepare students to communicate effectively in a world in which languages are becoming increasingly global. To be prepared to socialize and work in the 21st century, having proficiency in multiple languages is required. Students in Maumee learn how to comprehend, interpret, and convey messages in a second language both verbally and in written form. Students also learn how to listen critically and glean information from others.
Students in Maumee take part in a comprehensive social studies curriculum as well. Students in elementary and middle school gain insight into various forms of government, particularly the federal system of democracy found in the United States. Students examine the Constitution, Bill of Rights, and other key documents that frame the structure of our nation’s government. Students also learn about separation of powers and acquire an understanding of the duties of each of the three branches of the federal government.
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Maumee District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Maumee City Schools is responsible for educating the city’s K-12 public school students. The district’s mission is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all students in which they can learn, grow, and meet their potential. Students take part in rigorous learning activities that are also relevant to the needs of growing up and living in the 21st century. All courses focus on college and career readiness, so students are prepared to tackle the challenges they encounter after they graduate from high school.
We currently cover the following Maumee-area school district: Maumee City Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Maumee Educational News
- District Offers Programs for Gifted Students - Maumee City Schools offers various programs to meet the unique learning needs of gifted students. Among these is the Bridge 4-5 program, which offers advanced studies in English language arts and math.
- Extracurricular Activities Offered at Gateway Middle School - Students at Gateway Middle School can participate in a number of after-school activities. Among the most popular offerings are flag football, basketball, and bowling club.
- Foundation Supports Maumee Schools - The Maumee Schools Foundation offers support to local students and educational programs by providing grants to teachers. In all, more than 100 grants have been given to teachers by the foundation to extend learning opportunities for students.
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Chalk Talk: Phrases To Ban From Writing
Students sometimes come to rely on overused phrases when they reach a point in their writing in which they are stuck. Using phrases like, “The reason why is because…” shows a lack of creativity and is grammatically incorrect to boot. Another phrase students should avoid is, “It’s just my opinion, but…” The purpose of writing an essay is to provide one’s point of view, so students need to eliminate such phrases and instead offer their opinion in an unapologetic manner. There are also many words students should avoid using in their writings. “Like” is far too overused in daily conversation and is beginning to appear in students’ essays. “Things” and “stuff” are two more words that are unnecessary. They are also extremely vague. If your child struggles to avoid these common phrases and words, help them out by proofreading their work before they submit it. Getting feedback will help them develop better writing skills and will ensure a better grade.